I’m very involved in the WordPress community: both online and offline.
It’s really been the driver behind my ability and confidence to build my own successful online business—it’s even one of the services I offer. I owe a lot to WordPress, so I’m really happy to have found my happy place in the WordPress community.
Offline, I get involved with the WordPress community by attending and speaking at WordCamp events. I helped organize WordCamp Denver once and have confirmed my involvement again this year (2018)! Previously, I’ve also spoken at WordCamp Chicago.
My specialty is SEO content for blogs and websites. Although this has spanned a wide range of topic areas (from carpet cleaning to SaaS software tools and everything in between), in 2017, I wrote primarily about WordPress topics for popular WordPress blogs.
Feedspot put together a list of the most popular WordPress blogs to follow, based on a mix of their Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and the website’s Alexa rank.
Going through the list, I noticed that I had a connection as a writer or contributor for many of them—including a regular gig with #2 on the list—WPMU DEV!
Here’s how my relationships with these popular WordPress blogs to follow all sorts out: