Following on from our previous post about those people who are really worth taking note of and keeping an eye on when it comes to keeping up to date with all things WordPress, here are some more!
One of the incredible submitters to the WordPress Codex with hundreds of articles as well as numerous visits to WordCamps, Lorelle shares hints, tips and advice about blogging, WordPress and WordPress.com.
A WordPress superstar – the founder of WPBeginner, List25, SoliloquyWP, EnviraGallery, OptinMonster, and more. One of the top 100 entrepreneurs under 30 as recognised by the United Nations. Over 400 million people visit his websites a year; make sure you’re one of them.
Rebecca is a founder of WebSavvyMrkting, providing WordPress services. You should follow her because she’s really got some knowhow when it comes to the platform – writing books, articles, and blogs.
The CEO of 10up, here’s one for the more advanced WordPress aficionados. Working with some top flight designers, engineers and strategists mean that he delivers some key insights into some of the more technical aspects of WordPress.
WordPress developer and blogger at DavidWells.tv, David has the knowledge on all things WordPress. He also owns inboundnow.com.
BK Macdaddy Designs
If you want someone who knows their stuff when it comes to WordPress design, then BK is your guy. He does everything from WordPress sites through to social media pages and backgrounds as well as SEO.
Ayla is one of the cofounders of the ThemeBoy WordPress theme shop that rolled out the incredibly popular Football Club WordPress theme which is used around the world for over 1000 team sites. She started out at a web dev agency in Japan before she was turned onto the awesomeness that is WordPress.
This guy is a one man encyclopaedia. If you want info on SEO, hosting, social media, web design or social media then Berris is your guy.
The Director of User Interface Engineering over at 10up and also one of the contributors to the WordPress Core – Helen is one of the top women in the world of WordPress.
Once a nurse, Lisa decided to change careers and became a web designer. She’s a published author with WordPress Design for Dummies and other titles under her belt. With her own design company and a partner at WebDevStudios, you should definitely keep an eye out on what she has to say about WordPress design, developments and news.
Since 2004, Christine Rondeau has been working with the WordPress platform as a frontend developer. She shares her knowledge as WP Yogi and has a design studio called Blue Lime Media. She’s big news in the WordPress community, designing themes, speaking at various WordCamps and also helping users get to grips with the platform by helping out in the community hub.