Beaver Builder Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This Beaver Builder review is not paid or commissioned by Beaver Builder or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
Elementor Review: A WordPress Developer’s Perspective
This Elementor review is not paid or commissioned by Elementor or any other company. This is my honest opinion as a professional WordPress developer, who builds and manages WordPress websites for a living.
WordPress Page Builders, Reviewed: Beaver Builder, Divi Builder, WPBakery Page Builder, Elementor
This article reviews the four biggest WordPress page builders: WPBakery Page Builder, Divi Builder, Beaver Builder, and Elementor.
ReviewSignal Publishes its 2018 Hosting Benchmarks
Kevin Ohashi of Review Signal is a singular voice in hosting reviews. His annual Hosting Benchmarks is an immense resource of real data on how hosts actually perform, opinions and brand names aside. His just-published 2018 results are a treasure trove, with dozens of hosts analyzed by pricing tier and all kinds of load testing benchmarks. Highly recommended for data heads.
Codegrade: A Project to Code Review All WordPress Plugins
A few weeks ago, I heard from Luke Gedeon, who has a very good and very ambitious goal:
WordPress Hosting Review 2017: The Results
We’re super-excited to present the results of the 2017 WPShout Hosting Review!
Review Signal’s 2016 Hosting Benchmarks
Review Signal is the online resource for hosting performance. The 2016 edition of their annual Hosting Benchmarks review breaks down hosts into six pricing categories, with absolutely outstanding load testing data on each host in each category. If you care about hosting (which you should), and care about hosting performance (which you should), this is required reading.
Pippin Williamson Reviews WordPress Page Builders
Pippin Williamson is the Thomas Edison of WordPress. And this article, in which he reviews WordPress page builders, is a bit like Thomas Edison rolling up his sleeves and reviewing a bunch of $1 Christmas lights to see which ones are most burnout-resistant.
Book Review: Duct Tape Marketing
If you’re a freelancer or small business owner who feels a little lost when it comes to how you should be promoting yourself online, check out Genesis expert Carrie Dils’ recent review of Duct Tape Marketing by John Jantsch. Carrie’s book club for her OfficeHours.fm podcast is a great resource for finding new material that’s related to the world of WordPress. I really appreciated her key takeaway on the importance of creating a complete marketing funnel with something for every kind of visitor who lands on your site. Check it out!
WordCamp Miami 2016: The Mega-Review
If you’re thinking about getting involved in organizing a WordCamp this year, check out this great post from long time WordCamp Miami organizer David Bisset. Over the years, WordCamp has come to stand out as one of the biggest and most successful WordCamps out there. We spoke with David ourselves a while back when we were determining how to get involved with WordCamps, and it was an invaluable conversation. His recap is a complete look at what it took to pull this event off, and is bound to lend you some inspiration for making your own WordCamp great!