20. Winning WP
Over the last several years, I have consulted many video blog posts on Winning WP. Sometimes, written content can’t be replaced, but there are many situations in which a video is more relevant. Showing how to fix the white screen of death, how to choose the best plugins, and how to set user roles are topics suitable for video presentations.
The Guides section on this blog is gold for beginners. It features a plethora of complete guides, such as ‘WordPress.com vs WordPress.org’, ‘Recommended WordPress Plugins’, and ‘How to Monitor a WordPress Site’.
21. Chris Lema
Chris Lema is a talented speaker and a nice person. Clearly, he knows a thing or two about WordPress, and his insights could be useful for the average WordPress user. If you can’t participate in WordPress Meetups to listen to his keynote speeches, visit his blog. You will find short and concise blog posts jam-packed with useful information.
Perhaps he should add more content on a regular basis—his writing style is relaxed and engaging so you will digest the blog archives in no time.
22. Theme Isle
Theme Isle is my first recommendation for anyone wanting to learn WordPress. It’s an established resource and home to a lot of valuable content. The majority of the posts are focused on “how-to” guides. Every issue is presented wholly and meticulously, and beginners will appreciate this approach.
23. WP 101
WP 101 is a hub of WordPress tutorials and courses, and the blog is targeted at beginners. The posts cover many topics, but they are written primarily for those new to the CMS. Check out WP 101 to learn how to configure complex plugins or how to choose the best theme for your site. While the quality of the posts is undeniable, the quantity is lacking. Let’s hope that the WP 101 content production team will be more productive in the future.
Layout is a WordPress-focused publication that impresses with its top-notch quality posts. Genuine experts share their experiences and insights, so read each article attentively. By checking out Layout, you will get your daily dose of inspiration and information to become a better WordPress user.
25. Kinsta Blog
Initially, I was sceptical about adding blogs belonging to theme and plugin sellers or hosting companies. However, my primary purpose is to give you a comprehensive list of good sources of information. Kinsta is a top hosting company, and the blog respects the same standards. Subscribe to the newsletter or bookmark this blog because top content creators contribute to it. Plenty of useful information is a click away.
26. WordPress TV
WordPress TV is an excellent resource for users and developers interested in finding out what’s hot in the industry. Plenty of videos from WordCamps and related events are featured. If you missed your favourite events, chances are that you will find recordings of them on WordPress TV. You won’t get too many practical pieces of advice from this site, but the keynote speeches of Matt Mullenweg and other WordPress gurus deserve your attention.
27. WP Arena
WP Arena is a blog specialised in WordPress product reviews and showcases. Of course, complex articles and guides are also published to help readers. The Comparisons section is captivating, featuring various shoulder-to-shoulder reviews of various products like WooCommerce vs Cart66 or WordPress vs Magento.
Woorkup is a blog focused on the needs of designers, bloggers, and WordPress users. It’s not strictly related to WordPress, but all the articles are interesting and can bring value to the readers. Currently, two brothers run the blog: Brian and Brett Jackson. Brian is the Director of Inbound Marketing at Kinsta, so his expert insights might be useful for you.
Which Popular WordPress Blogs Will You Read?
We’ve reached the end of our collection of the most thought-provoking and popular WordPress blogs. We tried to find the most valuable blogs and we hope they’ll serve you well. Which do you read the most often? Did we miss your favorite? Be sure to share your thoughts!
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