Become a Freelance WordPress Developer: How to Make a Career of It
This article explains what I’ve needed to know to work as a freelance WordPress developer.
Kinsta Review 2021: The Best Managed WordPress Hosting (Learn Why)
If you’re searching for the best managed WordPress hosting, Kinsta is probably a name you’ve come across.
WP Engine Review 2021: Great WordPress Hosting, But Not the Best
Debating whether WP Engine is the best hosting solution for your WordPress site(s)? When it comes to managed WordPress hosting, WP Engine is undeniably the biggest name in the space.
SiteGround Review 2021: Still the Best Shared WordPress Host
Trying to decide whether SiteGround is the right place to host your WordPress site? We’ve had this SiteGround review published for over five years now, updating it as needed. Currently, this review was completely rewritten in February 2021 to cover recent feature and pricing changes.
Cloudways vs Runcloud: An Honest Review
Black Friday/Cyber Monday Roundup 2020: Deals on WordPress’s Best Products
This Cyber Monday deal roundup includes only WordPress products that we like, use, and recommend.
The 6 Best Managed WordPress Hosting Companies: An Honest Review
Searching for the best managed WordPress hosting providers?
It’s Never Been Easier to Build a WordPress Site: On The Future of WordPress Freelancing
WPShout has covered the future of creating websites for a number of years: page builders are better than ever, and Squarespace makes it easy for non-tech-oriented users to design impressive professional websites. Now, with Gutenberg, there’s the ability to create reusable blocks with all sorts of content and visual editors that appeal to every type of designer. That’s great news for business owners who need a website, but it’s mixed news for freelance WordPress developers.
Should You Use a Gutenberg-Optimized Theme?
The Gutenberg block editor has done more to turn the WordPress ecosystem on its head than anything in recent memory. And it has required both web designers and website owners to do some soul-searching.
A Time to Learn WordPress: Two Free Open Webinars and More
These are weird times. Like most people, David and I are at home, spending time with our spouses, reworking travel plans, and wondering how the rest of this spring and summer will play out.