Over the past 5 years, I’ve looked at a ton of affiliate programs and sign up pages for WordPress products. Let me tell you something: most of them suck.
Do you want to introduce an affiliate program for your plugin that doesn’t suck? I can’t do better than point you to the Ninja Forms affiliate program, which is awesome in multiple ways. Lets dig deeper.
Think about how you chose your life partner, or your friends. You most likely chose them because you liked a number of things in them. Choosing based on looks, wealth or social standing alone would probably make a very poor decision.
The same goes with choosing plugins from your WordPress site. With the WordPress.org plugin repository hosting thousands of plugins it can sometimes be a bit overwhelming. How do you choose a contact form plugin when there are 10 potential candidates? Or an SEO or Backups plugin? Well, you could check our plugin roundups here on WP Mayor, but today my aim is to teach you how you can evaluate plugins yourself based on a few criteria.
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is one of the most popular forms of media delivery in the 21stcentury. Today, RSS is used to consume media in an organised and unimaginably large quantity. Starting from breaking news, to award ceremonies to natural disaster updates – the applications of RSS are only limited by the user.
Are you a budding WordPress developer or designer and want to grow your standing within the WordPress community? There is no better way to become known than by contributing to a community. You help other people and share your knowledge, in return you will be regarded as a WordPress expert and possibly get contacted for paid gigs. Here’s your opportunity to write for WPMayor.com!
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.