Popular WordPress Optimization Advice Sites

Popular WordPress Optimization How To & Advice Sites

On this post I share WordPress optimization guide sites you should follow. Have a question for me? Ask it! Its one of the perks of being my follower.

WordPress How To & Advice Sites You Should Follow

Curated below is a list of 15 WordPress support sites I suggest you follow for performance optimizing tips and tutorials:


  1. Tips and Tricks HQ

Tips and Tricks HQ is a site built by a team that builds WordPress Plugins for WordPress websites and publishes useful articles for web designers. They share tech, blogging and online shop administration tips.


  1. WP Beginner

WP Beginner shares WordPress tutorials, showcases, and guides. WPB also shares WordPress themes and plugins.


  1. Moz Blog

Moz Blog shares search engine optimization, analytics, branding, business practice, and community management tips.


  1. Blogging Basics 101

Blogging Basics 101 shares guides about Blogging and Social Media. Jessica Knapp, the editor of BloggingBasics101.com has been helping businesses get online since 2006.


The topics discussed on Blogging Basics 101 are WordPress site monetization, marketing, branding, and design.


  1. Blog Tyrant

Blog Tyrant shares tips that help bloggers to dominate their niche. BT also WordPress Steps by Step Instructions.


  1. WordPress.org

WordPress.org helps bloggers download and install the WordPress CMS. To download and install users need a web host who meets the least requirements. WordPress is completely customizable for almost anything.

The WordPress.org site also shares WordPress user testimonials, themes, and plugins


  1. ChrisLema.com

Chris Lema provides advice on strategy. Chris’s main topics include WordPress themes and plugins reviews, and e-commerce tips.


  1. MH Themes

MH Themes develops feature rich Premium Magazine WordPress Themes. MHT’s main topics blogging tips and tutorials.


  1. Yoast WordPress SEO Blog

Yoast WordPress SEO Blog is all about customizing WordPress and SEO because good SEO on a blog brings lots of visitors, which is exactly what everyone wants. The Yoast WordPress SEO Blog also shares WordPress Optimization tips.


  1. WPExplorer.com

WPExplorer shares WordPress Themes & Plugins. WPE also shares WordPress tutorials, news, and giveaways.


  1. WPLift

Oliver Dale founded WPLift in September 2010 to help people with WordPress by providing WordPress support, theme roundups, plugin guides and general WordPress news.

The main topics of WPLift include WordPress guides, tips, and interviews.


  1. SitePoint

SitePoint is a hub for web developers to share their passion for building incredible Internet things using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and Ruby. Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz founded SP in 1999, SitePoint is for web professionals, developers, designers, programmers, product creators and entrepreneurs alike.


  1. BobWP

BobWP shares WordPress tutorials and tips. BW also shares e-commerce howto’s, themes and plugins.


  1. WPMayor

Jean Galea founded WPMayor in 2010 by , a WordPress developer, and digital nomad. Since then, the site has grown and so has the team. Wife Alyona and Cousin Mark joined Jean in running the site.

The WP Mayor team specializes in WordPress plugin, theme and service reviews, but you’ll also see them contributing tutorials, news and opinion pieces from time to time.


  1. WordPress Tavern

WordPress Tavern is a site focused on all things WordPress. They cover BuddyPress, bbPress, and any project under the Automattic umbrella. WT is a warm and inviting community where those interested in the software can hang out with fellow WordPress users to engage in enlightening discussions.

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