14 WordPress Experts to Follow

14 WordPress Experts to Follow

If you want to be the best at WordPress, you need to make sure that you are following the conversations around it. One great way to do this is by following those in the know. Here is a list of people you should be connected with.

Matt Mullenweg

His website // Twitter // Facebook

One of the founders of WordPress.org – a definite when it comes to people you need to connect with if you want to know about WordPress.

Joost De Valk

His website//Twitter//Facebook// Google+

The creator of the WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast is definitely someone you should be following. He regularly posts about SEO and this is a field which everyone needs to keep up to date with.

Chris Lema

His website//Twitter//Google+// Facebook

Chris is a big WordPress influencer and a daily blogger who writes about WordPress, with an original outlook on the platform.

Mark Jaquith

His website//Twitter

Mark is one of the leading devs on WordPreses.org as well as a web publishing guru in his own right. He provides links to his own WordPress lessons and is a pretty funny guy too.

Nathan Rice

His website//Twitter//Google+

A writer of a number of WordPress plugins and themes as well as the lead developer over at Copyblogger media. Not as prolific a poster as some of the other recommendations but when he posts, it’s very good.

Mike Little

His website // Twitter

Another founder of WordPress, always helpful to keep you in the know, and the director of Zed1.com.

Brian Gardner

His website // Google+//Twitter//Facebook

An expert on WordPress and definitely someone you should be following. He’s one of the guys the experts themselves follow.

Justin Tadlock

His website//Twitter

Best known for all the wonderful work he does with WordPress, his website is a goldmine of information, full of advice, articles and tutorials for everyone from beginner to master.

Tom McFarlin

His website//Twitter//Google+

Tom writes lots about WordPress on his site and you are sure to pick up a few hints and tips if you follow him.

Angela Bowman

Her website // Twitter//Facebook

If you are looking for a bit of help with WordPress or want some training, Angela is your woman. There are lots of helpful bits of into on her website and she is always happy to answer questions if you have them.

Peter Westwood

His website//Twitter

A lead UK-based WordPress developer who posts a lot of good content on his Twitter feed. If Twitter is your thing, you really should be following him.

Bob Dunn

His website//Twitter//Facebook//Google+// YouTube

An active WordPress teacher could be just the thing you need to set you ahead of the competition. If you haven’t heard of BobWP, you should have and here is the man behind it. His website is a treasure trove of valuable information.

Zac Gordon

His website//Twitter// Facebook

A WordPress expert at Treehouse and another teacher. Follow him for hints, tips and tricks.

Raelene Wilson


A writer who writes about everything WordPress, she’s eloquent, easy to understand and one of the bloggers over at wpmudev.

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