Finding the Best WordPress Hosting of 2019: An Honest Guide
There are thousands of sources out there telling you who offers the best WordPress hosting. This article’s different, because it tells the truth.
Six Ways to Start 2019 Off Right in WordPress
Happy New Year! 2019 is brand new, and it’s a time of promise and opportunity. Whether you do WordPress development for clients, manage one or more personal WordPress projects, or other, here are six ways you can make 2019 your best year in WordPress yet.
We’re Hosting a Live Q&A TOMORROW
Happy Thanksgiving week to our USA readers! We’re trying something new this week. We want to hear your real questions for us, and we want to answer them in an accessible format.
Free Webinar: Understanding Today’s CSS with Algorithms, With Lara Schenck
Join Our Free, Live Webinar This Thursday: Why Gutenberg Doesn’t Kill Page Builders (Yet)
A key feature we plan to offer in the WPShout Pro Community (currently available for pre-order!) is biweekly live, technical Deep Dive webinars.
The WPShout Pro Community Is Here: The Developer Community You’ve Always Wanted
Take The Next Step In Your WordPress Career: Announcing the WPShout Pro Community
Does any of this sound familiar in your WordPress work?
Choosing the Right Hosting for You: Honest WordPress Hosting Recommendations
In WordPress hosting, there are definitely right choices—and wrong ones. This article is a quick-but-thorough guide on how to choose the right WordPress hosting for your project. Here’s how it’s structured:
The Secret to Learning WordPress Development Is People
We’ve been thinking a lot about how people learn WordPress, and what drives success in WordPress development learning.
WordPress Freelancing Can Be Lonely: Nine Strategies to Cope
People get into WordPress freelancing for lots of reasons. Some that come quickly to mind: for fun, for a career, to learn, to help out, or to make a little extra cash. All of these are great things. One common reality that doesn’t come up as much around WordPress freelancing: loneliness. It’s bound to come up, even though it’s an affliction that many people dare not speak of.