Our WordPress Product Launch Had Unusual Results! Here’s How to Replicate It (freemius.com) It goes without saying that to have a successful product launch you are going to need to have a product, preferably a good one :)
This article is going to focus on techniques that will help you stir an interest and get your product launch noticed in the ecosystem. That said, if you manage to get people absorbed and sign up – you want to be sure that your product delivers value and that they are actually happy using it. Otherwise, all of your marketing work will have been in vain.
Introducing "Press Ahead" (wpengine.com) Here at WP Engine, we recently launched a new corporate brand platform called Press Ahead. The campaign emphasizes our focus to deliver solutions that improve your digital experience on WordPress, keeping you a step ahead of the rapidly changing digital landscape.
Top WordPress Plugins to Share Your Posts Automatically on Social Media (www.getmotopress.com) There are so many professional WordPress plugins for sharing your website posts automatically on social media. So, we’ve done some research for you and collected free and premium WordPress plugins for social media auto sharing.
What is the main purpose of them, by the way? They help you save lots of your precious time and make your social media marketing workflow much more effective and less time-consuming. Sounds good to give it a whirl, agree?
The Events Calendar + WordPress REST API (theeventscalendar.com) Extensibility is a key feature of The Events Calendar and Events Calendar PRO. That’s why we’re excited to announce event data is now accessible through the WordPress REST API.
Version 4.5 of The Events Calendar introduces new REST API endpoints, making it easier than ever to integrate your event data with mobile or web-based applications. Though currently read-only, this update paves the way for us to continue moving forward towards full REST API object support.
'Developing an App Using the REST API and WordPress' Now Available [Free Ebook] (torquemag.io) It’s widely-known that the REST API will truly help shape the future of WordPress, but the functionality can feel a bit advanced for someone relatively new to the CMS. We believe anyone can and should utilize the REST API.
Introducing Developing an App Using the REST API and WordPress, a free ebook written by John Hughes explaining how to make your own app from start to finish using the REST API and WordPress.