Category: Essays

Who We Are

This week’s essay is by Ramya Pandyan, someone I’ve had the great pleasure to get to know over the last several weeks.  Her story of growing into a professional writer is a fascinating one, and she’s a really fun storyteller, so it’s a great read. As always we have a place over at WPChat for …

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Passports!

This week’s essay from Aditya Kane is particularly interesting for me because he’s not a developer.  As a developer myself it’s very easy for me to find other developers to contribute, but harder to find people who do other things. I tend to think of “making a living with WordPress” as only coming from development, …

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Isolation

I completely forgot to post last week about Sean Davis’ post called Isolated and Intrigued.  Despite that fact it was a VERY popular post, and even had some really excellent feedback on WPChat. I’m most excited about that feedback because it greatly expanded the amount of wisdom being shared.  I highly recommend you check it …

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Momentum

Today I’m excited to show you our latest essay from Saurabh Shukla entitled “I’ll keep looking for a CMS, unless I find WordPress“.  From the first time he heard about HeroPress Saurabh has been a support and a friend.  I hope his essay is as uplifting for you as it was for me. “I’ll keep …

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A New Beginning

At long last it’s time to release our first essay.  I’d like to thank Rarst for the time and energy he’s spent on this.  He’s been involved with HeroPress almost since the beginning and has provided valuable advice and insight.  So grab a cup of something and enjoy. “Finding Your Place” by Andrey “Rarst” Savchenko.

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