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WP RSS Aggregator Breaks the 500,000 Download Mark

WP RSS Aggregator Breaks the 500,000 Download Mark

WP RSS Aggregator, the RSS feed importer popular we launched way back in 2012, has broken the 500,000 download mark just a few days ago.

When I first released this plugin on the WordPress.org repository I could never have imagined that in just a few years it would have reached this important milestone and enabled me to run a product business based on its premium extensions.

WordCamp Europe – Need a Ticket?

WordCamp Europe - Need a Ticket?

WordCamp Europe has been sold out for some time, however there are still tickets being donated or sold, mostly from those who unfortunately cannot make it. A few people who are looking for a ticket have contacted me so I am publishing this post to help them out. If you or anyone you know need a ticket please post in the comments section below. Likewise, those who have extra tickets can jump in and contact those looking for a ticket.

Good luck and see you in Vienna!

Automattic Going After Sites with Woo in Their Domain Name

Automattic Going After Sites with Woo in Their Domain Name

Through a discussion in our comments section for the GPL post we recently got to know that Automattic is actively asking businesses having the word ‘woo’ in their domain name to change the domain name. This will no doubt affect GPL plugin resellers as many do have woo in their domain name. The first known site to bow to the pressure is WooGPL. The owner of that site, Billy Ablett, has in fact announced the closure of WooGPL and its reopening as GPLKit.

Looking for a Part-time WordPress Developer

Looking for a Part-time WordPress Developer

We’re looking for a talented freelance WordPress plugin developer to work on our plugins, such as WP RSS Aggregator.

As a developer here, you’ll create kick ass products and help improve existing code. You’ll also create fanatic users by providing stellar high level support and writing easy to follow documentation.

The opportunity calls for a mixed set of skills. We need someone with expert level PHP / MYSQL skills, impeccable WordPress experience, and basic system administration experience (Apache/Nginx).

Key Takeaways from Pressnomics 2016

Key Takeaways from Pressnomics 2016

This month myself and Alyona attended Pressnomics 2016 in Tempe, Arizona. Pressnomics is the number one conference dealing with the business of WordPress. What this means is that you will find all the best business people in the WordPress community; owners of the big plugins as well as top agencies.