20+ Blogs About WordPress to Read in 2019: Check ‘Em Out!
Looking for the best blogs about WordPress to help expand your knowledge of the world’s most popular content management system?
2. WordPress Tavern
They publish four new posts every week ranging from WordPress tutorials to posts about applying marketing and SEO principles to your WordPress site.
4. WP Explorer
5. WPMU DEV
WP Shout also puts a large emphasis on trust and authenticity, which you’ll see if you check out their best hosting provider roundup.
7. Elegant Themes
They also have a popular blog about WordPress that shares tons of tips, tricks, and plugin/theme roundups.
One nice thing about the Elegant Themes blog is that their posts usually have a very active comments section, which can expose you to some interesting viewpoints beyond the author’s ideas.
8. WP Mayor
One nice thing about Kinsta is that they get into more technical subjects as well, so it’s a great spot to enhance your WordPress knowledge once you’ve got the basics down.
10. Delicious Brains
It’s not a good spot for beginners (that’s not their focus), but if you want to dig deep into the WordPress platform, this is definitely one to pay attention to.
13. WP Superstars
14. WP Buffs
Long story short, add this one to your rotation if you run a WooCommerce store.
18. Create and Code
19. Tom McFarlin
Your Turn – Any We Missed?
There are definitely more than ~20 quality blogs about WordPress, so if we missed a great one, let us know in the comments so that everyone can check it out!
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