The short answer is: it varies. 🙂 Fortunately this post by Brian Krogsgard offers some guidelines to help you ballpark what you should expect to pay. There is some truth in that you get what you pay for, but of course there are other costs, such as agency overhead, that will tip the scales a … Continue reading How Much Should a Custom WordPress Website Cost?
This post, featuring an interview with Otto (Samuel Wood), offers some interesting advice and information on using WordPress in general, but a few points resonate in particular with me regarding content. In my former role at an ad agency and in my current role as a Happiness Engineer at Automattic, I've come to believe that … Continue reading Website Content vs Theme: Make Sure You Have Them in the Right Order
Hey All! If you plan to be at the annual BlogHer conference in San Jose this week, I wanted to invite you to stop by the WordPress/Automattic booth and say hello! We're happy to chat with folks about WordPress of course as well as any related topics and just blogging in general. If you need … Continue reading Come See Some of the Automattic Crew at BlogHer 2014
WordPress 4.0 is scheduled to launch next month. Now's the time to kick the tires and check it out pre-launch by testing the beta. Details here if you're interested.
Check out this pretty comprehensive write-up on the history of WordPress, along with some info on the ecosystem and community that has sprouted up around it. Good stuff!