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Last week I wrote a post listing some of the best year-end reviews from the WordPress community. I found them very inspirational and the perfect way to start the new year full of motivation to reach new heights in my own business.
However after we published that post we also had some people comment and say that these posts are basically an ego-booster for the people who wrote them, and can also promote envy.
This week I was a guest on the WPCast.fm podcast with Douglas Yuen. I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Doug about WP Mayor, WP RSS Aggregator, and the WordPress community. I also took the opportunity to ask him a few questions about getting started with podcasting, as we plan to start our own podcast here on WP Mayor.
The WP RSS Aggregator project is looking for translators to translate the core plugin and add-ons into several languages.
If you’re interested in doing a translation, a copy of all premium add-ons is on offer per language translated.
As many of you know, one of my plugin projects is WP RSS Aggregator, a plugin designed to facilitate the importing of RSS content into WordPress blogs.
Knowing how people are using RSS will help us know how we can improve the plugin and its add-ons, so my question for you today is:
“How are you using RSS on your WordPress websites?”
I’ll be giving a 20% discount on all WP RSS Aggregator add-ons for those who leave a comment with their use case. It could be a website you have already implemented or your idea for a new project.
The end of December usually means we’re going to see many blog posts about New Year’s resolutions and year reviews all around the web. Of particular interest to me are the reviews pertaining to people in the WordPress community.
Thankfully, we are blessed with being part of a a very open and transparent community. A good number of developers not only tell us how their business has fared but some of them even share their numbers for full disclosure. These posts are hugely inspirational for those who are just starting off or thinking about starting a WordPress business.