While conversation continues around the WordPress’ full site editing project and the collection of features it brings, I’m increasingly getting questions around adoption. When should we adopt featu…
Last week, under its news section, The Next Web published what could only be described as a hit piece: Developers hate WordPress — and so should marketers. The claim was[…]
WordPress isn’t any one community but four different communities each with their own motivations and experiences.
WordPress powers 42 percent of the web because of contributions from around the community. Find out how you can help here.
Lacey Ellis started with an app for the iPhone and Android. Next came a plugin for WooCommerce. Hear her journey as a product builder.
Join us in celebrating the 10th anniversary of WooCommerce, as we take a trip down memory lane and look at the pivotal moments in our journey.
We’re excited to announce that we have acquired WP Landing Kit, a popular plugin that lets you map domains to individual WordPress pages.
One of the main reasons for the remarkable popularity of WordPress was the high level of adaptability that could be achieved via plugins. The CMS design allowed
WordPress developer Keanan Koppenhaver announced today that he has acquired WP Pusher and Branch from Peter Suhm. WP Pusher, a product we have covered for the past six years, allows[…]
Liquid Web is acquiring again, this time in the popular WordPress LMS plugin space. Justin Ferriman, Founder of LearnDash, penned the acquisition statement on the company blog. I invited him[…]
Is there a future for smaller WordPress businesses with all this consolidation happening around us in the form of product acquisitions?
Has your WordPress company been acquired? You’re not alone. WordPress is experiencing a change in the ecosystem.
Today’s a bittersweet moment in WordPress business land with the announcement of Awesome Motive acquiring Sandhills Development suite of plugins including Easy Digital Downloads, AffiliateWP, and more. I’m honored to[…]