Lessons Learned: Standing Up for My Work

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When I received advance notice that my How to Enable Classic Editor in WordPress.com was going to be included in a popular WordPress email newsletter, I was surprised and excited.

I’ve published over 1,900 posts in 12 years of blogging.

It’s not often my posts capture the attention of a news site devoted to covering the WordPress ecosystem for WordPress professionals and enthusiasts.

No information was provided to me about what would be said about my post.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t the good experience I expected. And likely has resulted in a loss of my reputation in the WordPress community. Continue reading Lessons Learned: Standing Up for My Work

Making the Move From Self-Hosted WordPress to WordPress.com

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Like many prospective clients, Lee contacted me about troubleshooting issues on her self-hosted WordPress site.

Her consulting website was set up years ago by a designer who was no longer involved with the site.

Lee paid the monthly hosting and annual domain registration fees for her site.

But she hadn’t added new content to the site in over a year. Continue reading Making the Move From Self-Hosted WordPress to WordPress.com