WordPressers Assemble! WordPress Help Is Accessible

I love content management systems, they make it simple for any individual to create and customize websites. There are free and paid versions of CMS sites which are able to do similar functions but it all depends on the individual’s preferences and goals. Of course there’s Joomla, Drupal and WordPress, the three most widely used CMS because of their open source availability but I prefer WordPress.

WordPress was considered solely for producing blogs but now it has evolved into being able to build websites. Some of the many benefits is that it’s not only free but a large library of plugins is available for any kind of functionality from video to seo. The best part of using WordPress is that if you run into any technical problems there are hundreds of forums available online with issues that have already been solved. There are also experts in WordPress that are available that can help you if you need tips or services, below are some individuals and organizations that you can connect with on Twitter. The good thing is that you can also add their followers to your list since they’re also involved with WordPress or check out my list of followers at @franklogic. If you or anyone else you know has considerable knowledge in WordPress development and design please contribute by posting a comment.

@wpblackbelt. Everything WordPress. Best WordPress themes, plugins, and tips.

@roger_wordpress love to do niche blogging using WordPress somewhere near the earth.

@wpprobusiness Teaching individuals and businesses how to use WordPress and take control of their presence online by creating and managing their own websites or blogs.

@ocholabs WordPress Themes Development & More! I’m sharing useful links for developers & designers.

@ButlerPress Your faithful Butler for all your WordPress needs!

@wpmuorg WordPress, Multisite & BuddyPress plugins, themes, news and reviews and special offers from the team at WPMU.org

@Wordpressthings Talking about WordPress plugins. How to install them and how to maximize profits from it.

@themefm Welcome to Theme.fm! We’re here to help you fine tune your WordPress themes with our great design and development tutorials, screencasts, freebies and more.

@paintermommy  Graphic & Web Designer for DPK Graphic Design, Busy Mother of 4, NY Muralist, Blogger, Social Media Enthusiast, and Entrepreneur. Love meeting new people!

@WPHelpOnline  WordPress, WordPress Help Online, Free Themes, Premium Themes, Free Plugins, Premium Plugins, Tips, Tricks.

@WPForce ‘Much WordPress to learn you still have…my old padawan.’

@tweeterwax Creator: WordPress Dev/signer, Wordcamp Organizer, Social Media Strategist & Musician.

@PattyJAyers Independent web developer for over 12 years, specializing in WordPress.

@rodneykarns67 Web programmer, designer and WordPress expert – as well as contributor to Webdesign Resource. I have programmed in PHP, ASP.NET, Java and SQL for over 7 years.

@randyhoyt I have been building web sites for twelve years.

@bobWP WordPress trainer, blogger, speaker, social media fanatic.

@amberweinberg  Freelance web developer in love with pretty HTML, CSS & WordPress.

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I 'mFrankie De Sotoand I was born on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. I graduated at the top of my class from the University of North Texas with a BA in Art and 2 minors in Marketing and Radio, Television, and Film. I have been doing graphic design for the past couple of years creating graphics for advertising, signs, brochures , and flyers but I decided to return to school to expand my knowledge into more new media applications such as web design, human /computer interaction, Flash animation and marketing communications. I graduated with an MFA in Arts & Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas. My current studies are focusing on social media and marketing communications which in part encouraged me to begin this blog as well as my love for Hispanic culture and online media practices.

2 Responses to "WordPressers Assemble! WordPress Help Is Accessible"

  1. Angel Rodriguez says:

    I’m a huge wordpress fan. I must confess that though I’ve developed several sites, some personal, some for businesses using wordpress, I am probably still an infant in the overall scheme of what wordpress can do, always learning and evolving.

    I agree the addins are amazing and the support community is great. Nearly every issue (with the exception of a few) has an answer out there, or at least a direction in which you can take to ultimately resolve the tech issue yourself. I love it.

    I came upon your post on the Latino blog circle and I will be giving you a follow on twitter. Good to meet you and thanks for sharing!

  2. Frankie De Soto says:

    Hi Angel, thanks for reading the blog. WordPress is definitely evolving to become a more user friendly website builder and on top of that the plugins allow it to have more functionality whatever website you make of from it. Of course, coding is still important and WordPress allows you to make customizable coding if need be.

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