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Do You Want to Share Your WordPress Story With Us?

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I’m getting very close to sharing some very exciting news with you regarding the ManageWP blog.

But where would be the fun if I didn’t tease you a little first? Let me just say this: we’ve got some very exciting changes coming up for all the WordPress enthusiasts and developers out there.

And that is in part why I am writing this post, because those changes will involve you in more ways than one.

In short, I want you to become an intrinsic part of what will soon be a completely new ManageWP blog. If you’re passionate about and deeply involved in WordPress, I want you to write for us. I want you to share your WordPress stories and experiences and trials and tribulations here on the ManageWP blog. I am looking for unique, well-written articles that can inspire and educate the WordPress community.

What do you get in return? Simple: meaningful exposure on one of the biggest WordPress blogs on the web. I use the world “meaningful” deliberately, because the new ManageWP blog will be about people and personalities as much as anything. If your writing is worthy of being published on this blog, I’ll do my very best to ensure that people know who you are and why they should find out more about you and what you do.

What kind of articles am I looking for? You could share your own WordPress story and the lessons learned. Perhaps you have launched a successful WordPress business and want to share the trial and tribulations you went through. Maybe you have in-depth experience using a particular theme framework or plugin and feel you can help fellow WordPress enthusiasts make the most of it. The key is that it must be inspiring and/or actionable in some way. It should help other people in the WordPress community in reaching their own goals.

Here’s what I don’t want: people writing thinly veiled promotional messages contained within cookie cutter posts just so they can get a link back to their site or business. I’m looking for people who care about WordPress, their own personal brand and the ManageWP blog.

If you fit the bill, please head over to our shiny new guest post submissions page, read through the instructions carefully and contact me with your idea.

I am seriously excited about the up-and-coming new phase in the ManageWP blog’s life and I can’t wait for you to be involved in the ride! If you have any questions or comments, please fire away below.

Photo Credit: Walt Stoneburner

Tom Ewer

Tom Ewer is the founder of WordCandy.co. He has been a huge fan of WordPress since he first laid eyes on it, and has been writing educational and informative content for WordPress users since 2011. When he's not working, you're likely to find him outdoors somewhere – as far away from a screen as possible!

11 Comments

  1. Samuel Dawson

    Hi,

    I want to write a top quality content for your awesome website.

    1. Nemanja Aleksic

      Hi Samuel,

      Unfortunately we don’t accept articles published under aliases.

      Nemanja

  2. Melanie Shebel

    This sounds like a fun opportunity. Too bad I would have no idea what to write about!

    1. Tom Ewer

      Hey Melanie,

      I went to check out your blog to see if I could think of anything, and you have no about page! What’s that all about?! 😉

      Cheers,

      Tom

  3. Afzal

    Tom Ewer thanks for this Article…

    1. Tom

      You’re welcome Afzal!

  4. Rene Remington

    Hi Tom,

    I am a novice with wordpress. But I can see it’s potential to fill my life with creative ease. Not being the most patient person, can you give me the best tip for training?

    I’d like my site to get out their as I have an great trip coming following the path the Knights of Templar through Spain, France and Scotland.

    I have some great plug ins, started.

    Thanks much,

    1. Tom Ewer

      Hi Rene,

      I’d recommend that you decide what you want to achieve, then use the power of Google to figure it out :-)

      If you ever hit a road block, you’ve got the WordPress.org forums and many other places for help.

      Cheers,

      Tom

  5. Tom

    That’s great Taneya! Thanks!

  6. Taneya

    Idea submitted! Looking forward to see if you’ll choose me :-)

    1. Tom

      That’s great Taneya! Thanks!

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