Over on my personal blog I’ve shared some strategies that have worked for us when selling WordPress plugins. I invite you to check out that post (which I’ll be updating regularly with new strategies) and share what worked for you too.
Did you know that content marketing is one of the most effective and cheapest ways to promote your business and garner more sales and profits?
Secondly, have you ever considered using RSS feeds to boost your content marketing strategy?
If not, read the guide to supercharging your content marketing strategy on the WP RSS Aggregator blog. Then let us know what you think.
We’re looking to hire a WordPress Plugin Developer for our WP RSS Aggregator plugin and other projects. If you’re interested, head over to the job description, details for applying are within that announcement.
A bit over four years ago, I launched WP Mayor as a way of recording what I’d been learning and also listing some of my favourite WordPress products.
I’m very thankful of how the site has grown during the past four years, we continue to experience growth year after year and the site is now run by three people rather than just myself. During the past months, you’ve been seeing a lot of content from Alyona and Mark, so I’m glad to officially introduce them here and thank them for all the work they’ve been doing.
WordPress might be easy to setup and use but maintaining it and ensuring its security is another story. We’ve decided to play our part in making things easier, and the result of that is the new WP Security Bloggers website and RSS feed.
Custom Post Types were one of the important innovations in WordPress 3.0. They really launched WordPress on the main stage when it comes to usage as a Content Management System (CMS). WordPress is very intuitive in the area of RSS, however it still does not generate automatic feeds for custom post types.
So how can we add Custom Post Types to our main WordPress RSS feeds?