If you read this blog, you know how much time I spend with WordPress. Both my wife and I contribute to the WordPress Core.
Being involved with WordPress so deep makes us better at one thing. That’s keeping up with what’s happening in the WordPress community.
If you know what’s happening in the WordPress community, you can make intelligent business decisions, or you can be ready for a major update, acquisition, or who knows what.
To that end, I have been writing so many newsletters through more than ten different blogs, sites, local meetups, etc. There came a time when it stopped making any sense.
Long story short, I have started removing all the subscription widgets throughout my portfolio. There is going to be a single newsletter, that I will be sending to all of my subscribers — (about ten different sites, I haven’t yet counted the total subscription count, but my guesstimate is more than 50k audience).
Soon (read as, in July) — I will be releasing this premium newsletter club called The WordPress Takeaway. This post serves as a way to let you folks know what I am up to as well as to hold myself accountable!
More on that soon!
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