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How To Combine Two Articles Into One And Improve SEO The Smart Way

In this post you will learn some simple steps to combine two blog articles into one big article. You will also learn the benefits of doing this, and some important things you need to keep in mind to make the process simple.

How To Combine Two Articles Into One And Improve SEO The Smart Way

In this post, you will learn some simple steps to combine two blog articles into one big article. You will also learn the benefits of doing this, and some important things you need to keep in mind to make the process simple. So, your website revolves around articles and you've been publishing decent content for some time.
The chances that you will eventually publish two articles concerning the same (or at least a similar) topic increase over time, especially if you're dealing with a very specific niche.
When this happens, you may want to combine the two articles into one single article in order to improve SEO and generally provide a better experience for your visitors.
Essentially, you'll be putting all the information they need in one place and so they won't have to waste time searching your site for that other piece of content.
How can this be done properly?
Well, we are going to discuss that in the rest of this article, so stick around.
Why Combine Articles Into One?
First of all, for clarification: The same principle can be used if you want to combine three or more articles into one. We are using two in this case for simplicity's sake.
Now, how does combining multiple articles into

Community | blakesmithy.com | 3 hours ago

How to regain lost visitors by redirecting properly in WordPress

So, you have decided on changing up your site’s structure, probably in the hopes that it will help you gain more visitors, SEO performance, lower your bounce rate, increase your revenue.

How to regain lost visitors by redirecting properly in WordPress

Community | blakesmithy.com | 3 hours ago

So you have decided on changing up your site’s structure, probably in the hopes that it will help you gain more visitors, SEO performance, lower your bounce rate, increase your revenue. One, two, or more pages were removed, merged, had their URL changed. Whatever you did it was probably with the best intention in mind.
But for some reason, things didn’t go to plan.
Instead of gaining visitors, you lost them, a quite significant portion of them.
Where did you go wrong?
One common thing that you might have overlooked is making the proper redirects. Every time the URL of a post/page changes, it has to be followed up by redirecting. Not just any type of redirecting, but proper redirects that will help your visitors get to the post/page they wanted to see.
You really don’t want your visitors or Google’s bots intended for checking your site to end up on a 404 page or one that wasn’t supposed to be there, otherwise you can say goodbye to your traffic and revenue.
What are redirects?
All this talk about the importance of redirecting might be a bit confusing for those of you not familiar with redirects. To make sure we all have an understanding of this subject matter,

6 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | 22 days ago

Tips for Organizing a WordPress Meetup

Don't be bummed if there isn't a WordPress Meetup group in your area. Start one! Use these tips to help you out.

Tips for Organizing a WordPress Meetup

Community | webdevstudios.com | 22 days ago

There are currently over 1600 WordPress Meetups, and that number continues to grow. Attending a Meetup event is a good way to become involved with your local WordPress community. An even better way is to start organizing a WordPress Meetup! When you are an organizer, people automatically engage with you more and you learn so much. What Is a WordPress Meetup?
A WordPress Meetup event can take on a variety of forms, from casual coffee to a formal presentation and everything in between. At its heart, though, a WordPress meetup is a gathering of people interested in WordPress who want to meet others in their local community. There is no experience required and members include developers, designers, marketers, content creators, end-users, professionals, hobbyists, etc.
Like WordPress, meetups are open-source, too, in that anyone can organize an event. You don’t have to be listed as the official meetup organizer.
My Story
I have been organizing my local WordPress Meetup Group in Calgary (YYCWPMUG) for a few years now. I had become one of the regular attendees at our monthly events. At the time, there was only one organizer, and he was doing everything. When he asked if I would be interested

24 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Community | kinsta.com | 22 days ago

WordPress 5.3 and PHP 7.4 - Kinsta's Annual PHP Benchmarks (2020)

How fast is WordPress 5.3 running on PHP 7.4 compared to the previous versions?

WordPress 5.3 and PHP 7.4 - Kinsta's Annual PHP Benchmarks (2020)

Community | kinsta.com | 22 days ago

Each year we release our in-depth performance benchmarks across various platforms to see how different versions of PHP stack up against each other. This time we again went all out and benchmarked six different PHP versions across 22 different platforms/configurations; including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!, Laravel, Symfony, and many more. We also tested popular ecommerce solutions such as WooCommerce, Easy Digital Downloads, Magento, Grav CMS, and October CMS. We are always encouraging WordPress users to take advantage of the latest supported versions of PHP. Not only are they more secure, but they offer additional performance improvements. We aren’t talking just about WordPress either, this true for the most part across all platforms. We’ll show you today how PHP 7.4 knocks the socks off of everything we put it against!

3 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | Dec. 12, 2019

A Better, Cleaner Way to Render HTML with JavaScript

Need a better, cleaner way to render HTML with JavaScript? This backend engineer has some insight and guidance to offer.

A Better, Cleaner Way to Render HTML with JavaScript

Community | webdevstudios.com | Dec. 12, 2019

As a team of WordPress developers, we often stumble upon a task where we need to request a set of data using AJAX and render it to the browser. Most of the the time we do it like this:
It works. However, it’s difficult to maintain this code, and most of the time, the HTML markup we need to use is much more complex than the example above. As more updates and changes occur in the markup, we find it increasingly difficult to work with this code.
Enter wp.template
If you are familiar with Underscore.js or {{ mustache }}, wp.template is an underscore-based JavaScript templating helper shipped with WordPress.
So, how do we use it?
Create and render your HTML markup template
<# _.forEach( data, function ( post ) { #>
Just with this, we can immediately see how easy it is to maintain our HTML markup.
1. It is important that the HTML markup template is wrapped with <script type=“text/html” id=“tmpl-[TEMPLATE-NAME]”></script>.
2. The id needs to be prefixed with tmpl-.
3. data is the variable passed to the template from the JavaScript. You’ll see this shortly.
4. JavaScript logic goes inside <# #>.
5. <# _.forEach() #> is an Underscore

12 min read robert Abela

Ever wondered how you can evaluate WordPress activity log plugins?

There are many WordPress activity log plugins available. But, which one best fits your business and websites requirements? We have written about 6 key criteria you should consider when evaluating activity logs plugin.

Ever wondered how you can evaluate WordPress activity log plugins?

A WordPress activity log is a must have tool in every website’s security suite. However, determining which plugin is best for incorporating this feature can be tricky, given the large volume of available tools. In order to make an informed decision, there are a few key features to look for when evaluating WordPress activity log plugins. With a bit of research, you can pin down the option that is most suited to your site’s needs.
This post will provide a brief introduction to activity log plugins. It will also discuss why it’s important to evaluate them before installing one on your WordPress website. Then we’ll share five key areas to consider when assessing these tools. Let’s get to it!
An introduction to activity log plugins (and why your choice matters)
In a nutshell, an activity log is a record of everything that happens on your website. This typically includes information about login attempts, post publications, platform updates, and more. Activity logs are useful for security, administration and general troubleshooting purposes. However, it isn’t a native feature in WordPress.
This means that, in order to take advantage of the benefits of activity

12 min read Danial Wilson
Community | solwininfotech.com | 6 days ago

Off Page SEO Techniques To Double Your Search Traffic

Struggling to rank high on Google? Build more high-quality backlinks with these actionable Off-Page SEO Techniques and gain more audience. Follow it now.

Off Page SEO Techniques To Double Your Search Traffic

Community | solwininfotech.com | 6 days ago

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is critical for developing an online presence. There is a lot of emphasis on using your content to increase your visibility on the search rankings. You must have the right keywords, whether long or short tail and have the proper tags to your images, videos, among others. The benefits of on-page optimization are clear for everyone to see. However, you cannot ignore off-page SEO. When you do, your search ranking will suffer, and you will lose out on critical traffic to your website. The most essential components are backlinks because it is a good indicator of the kind of value your content provides. Unfortunately, whether other sites link to yours or not may be outside your control, so you must also ensure that whatever you generate is reliable and authoritative. We will focus on off-page SEO in our article below and how you can maximize it for Greater success.
1. Maximize The Use Of Social Media
The social media space is awash with all types of brands shouting their messaging to their audiences. When you maximize social media, you get to engage with your followers and begin to build an organic audience. However, many people have a challenge creating that

Community | enstinemuki.com | 22 hours ago

How to Get Rid of 404s on Your Site with 301 Redirection

Lets start by setting the scene right: You are in a bit of a time-pinch to find the information you desperately need at the moment.

12 min read Danial Wilson

Web Design Mistakes [What To Avoid]

Doing web design mistakes can hugely impact on your site. Think about your site's look and feel and put these at the top of your list of things to avoid.

Web Design Mistakes [What To Avoid]

The most crucial website design tip a web designer can give anyone, whether a beginner or a more experienced person, is that it should be useful to the users. Yes, it is vital to have an attractive website because most people are very visual, and that is the first thing that would attract them to your site. But you must also pay attention to the functionality, page loading speed, ease of navigation, among other factors when designing a website. If you do not pay attention to such factors, it will have an impact on your website. Web design mistakes will determine your ranking on the search engines and how mobile-friendly the site is. You must, therefore, strive for a fantastic user experience, which will result in more traffic to your site. You also get the opportunity to capture leads so that you convert them into sales. It is very easy to know a website with a poor design. There are certain web design principles you need to look out for to achieve a good web design. If not, you will notice that its performance on Google analytics will be very poor. The number of people visiting your website will be low, and most of all, the conversion rate will be absolutely dismal.
However, getting

12 min read Web News Insider
Community | gmapswidget.com | 1 day ago

How to Start Showing Ads on your WordPress Blog - Google Maps Widget

This article will discuss the various ad placement methods and how you can start showing ads on your WordPress blog.

How to Start Showing Ads on your WordPress Blog - Google Maps Widget

Community | gmapswidget.com | 1 day ago

Website monetization is literarily one of the most common passive income ideas of the century. It’s an income stream that allows almost anyone to earn, regardless of their lifestyle, profession, knowledge about the internet, etc. All you need is to build sustainable web traffic and activate your monetization scheme, such as showing ads on your WordPress blog. Making unique and engaging content takes a lot of time. It begins with properly designing your blog and extends to consistency in the quality of your entire blog’s message. Hence, publishers may deserve some rewards for putting in their resources. And the only viable means of earning passively through free content-making is by monetizing the websites they are published.
Website monetization could be in the form of donations, affiliate marketing, request for membership, content sponsorship, and adverts placement.
Let’s first consider what makes a website eligible to run ads.
Requirements for showing ads on your WordPress blog
Depending on your preferred method of placing ads on your website (to be discussed in detail later), your WordPress blog may be required to meet the following criteria or more to become eligible

15 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | freemius.com | Nov. 20, 2019

Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019 is Coming! Are You Ready?

Are you maximizing sales for your plugins or themes this Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019? We’ve compiled data-backed analysis and tips from experts in the ecosystem.

Black Friday + Cyber Monday 2019 is Coming! Are You Ready?

Community | freemius.com | Nov. 20, 2019

Black Friday is almost here and we’re getting ready at Freemius! Is it the best day of the year? It definitely could be if you have your marketing strategy planned properly! We have experience working with our plugin and theme selling partners over the years and analyzing many BFCM promotions, which puts us in a great position to talk about what strategies work better than others across a network of hundreds of WordPress products.
Even though you may have had successful Black Friday + Cyber Monday sales in the past, it’s important to refresh your strategies every year, stay up to date on what major industry players are doing, and optimize the promotions that work best for your business. So, let’s plug into the latest updates about BFCM!
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7 Actionable Tips & Tricks for Optimizing Your 2019 BFCM Sales
This year, I’m seeing more and more plugin and theme businesses applying promotional strategies that are used by professional marketers and known to maximize sales. With this increased competition during Black Friday, differentiating your promotion has become more important than ever.
1. Limiting the # of coupon redemptions
While adding something like a countdown

Community | wpnewsify.com | 4 days ago

6 Grammar Checker Tools Every Tech User Needs

Like in the past using pens and papers was used to write things. Due to the evolution of smartphones and technology, now we spend most of our time and do our work on keyboards. Although depending most on keyboards and for proofreading, we rely on automatic tools like Grammar checkers.

6 Grammar Checker Tools Every Tech User Needs

Community | wpnewsify.com | 4 days ago

Like in the past, using pens and papers was used to write things. Due to the evolution of smartphones and technology, now we spend most of our time and do our work on keyboards. Although depending most on keyboards and for proofreading, we rely on automatic tools like Grammar checkers. Tech users know what grammar checkers do and what they are capable of. There is a number of websites and applications that offer services of correcting mistakes. Choosing the best is tough if compared with one another. Some are free, and some require a subscription at some points.
Here are some famous and effective tools that can be used by Tech users:
Grammarly
Not just famous. Grammarly is one of the best grammar checkers in the online and offline world. Millions of users worldwide use this efficient tool to polish their text by removing every mistake occurring in a text. Grammarly, with increased precision, ensure that everything you write looks effective without any mistake.
Grammarly offers two phases for the users. The basic version of Grammarly is for new users so that they can learn and get to know how to use it, and the basic version is free of cost. Moreover, the second version requires money

Community | bit.ly | 19 days ago

Finding product-market fit w/ Vova Feldman

Every WordPress plugin or theme developer needs to find the right market fit to create a sustainable business - Vova Feldman shares his two cents to the best way to do it.

bit.ly |
10 min read Augustin Prot
Community | blog.weglot.com | Dec. 18, 2019

How to translate your Elementor website

Learn how to translate your Elementor WordPress created site using the Weglot multilingual solution. A no-code tool that translates all your WordPress content

How to translate your Elementor website

Community | blog.weglot.com | Dec. 18, 2019

Building a website from scratch is naturally not something everyone can do. The rise of no-code website building platforms has however changed the way people can and do build websites. No longer do you have to rely on a developer (although it’s never a bad thing to have the input of an expert) or know how to code to make an engaging website. For those that want to ‘go it alone’ there are a number of options out there that make building a website effortless.
WordPress makes up a huge 34% of the web so it’s no surprise that this website building platform might be one of the first that springs to mind. Creating a website on WordPress is made even easier by site building platforms that offer pre made themes and drag and drop capabilities.
One of those site builders is Elementor which takes the hard work out of WordPress. Currently used on more than 3 million websites, this website builder effortlessly helps you make really impressive WordPress sites.
Let’s take a closer look at this leading page builder, its benefits and why a translated Elementor built WordPress site helps you grow your markets.
Why Elementor?
We should know! Weglot actually uses Elementor

48 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | freemius.com | Sep. 12, 2019

How to Have a $100k+ WordPress Product Launch

Here’s a deep-dive into the hugely successful strategy behind WP FeedBack’s $100k+ plugin launch!

How to Have a $100k+ WordPress Product Launch

Community | freemius.com | Sep. 12, 2019

Have you ever heard of a WordPress plugin (or theme) that made over $100,000 in its first 30 days after launch? After spending hours Googling for successful plugins in the WordPress space that we could learn from, I couldn’t find any. As a big believer in transparency and knowledge sharing, I promised myself that if we met our goal of making $100k+ during our launch, I would share everything that we learned so other plugin and theme developers would be able to replicate the “recipe” we used to bootstrap our business.
Spoiler alert – we ended up making over $100,000 during the launch

8 min read Danial Wilson
Community | solwininfotech.com | 4 days ago

Best WordPress Video Plugins [Keep Website Visitors engaged]

Having trouble embedding video content or sharing it on your website? Let's take a look at these best WordPress video plugins and grab visitor attention.

Best WordPress Video Plugins [Keep Website Visitors engaged]

Community | solwininfotech.com | 4 days ago

People all around the globe upload millions of videos online and it’s seen by the people on YouTube, Vimeo, and other video players with high demand. Many businesses or media brands are hiring professionals to create astounding videos. As a matter of fact, Users click on video 27 more times than the simple banner image. According to Hubspot, Approx 81% of businesses use video as a marketing tool.
So, get the advantage of videos on your website while embedding it through Video WordPress plugins.
We have curated some of the best plugins that help you to improve your website performance. These video plugins include several features like presenting your video blog, showcase your videos with an engaging layout, background video support on the slider, video playlist, and many more.
Let’s choose the most desirable video plugins and enhance your user experience now.
1. Portfolio Designer Lite
As its name suggests, the Portfolio Designer plugin helps you to design your portfolio in an elegant layout. This plugin also helps you to add video galleries with lots of hover effects. It has a Grid and Masonry layout with 18+ predefined effects. Using this plugin, you can also create new

Community | tidyrepo.com | 4 days ago

How to assign multiple bylines to posts, pages, and CPT

Each individual who significantly contributed to the creation of the final project should be credited for their work unless they explicitly say otherwise.

How to assign multiple bylines to posts, pages, and CPT

Community | tidyrepo.com | 4 days ago

Any type of creative work is demanding, it demands time, effort and of course creativity to complete. It’s not rare that multiple people have to get involved in the creative process due to the nature, size or level of difficulty of a project. At the end of the day, what they created is their intellectual property and they should receive recognition for it.
If you don’t do so, you risk upsetting them and even all the people involved in the project. To most people, this is common knowledge but where a lot of people fail is the technical aspect of putting the names of multiple authors alongside one piece of work. Natively, WordPress can’t display more one author name, especially if the authors don’t have a WordPress account for your site. This problem is in the past for people using the plugin we will be reviewing in this article, the Co-Authors Plus plugin.
What it does
This plugin has roots in two older plugins intended for similar use, “Multiple authors” from 2005 and “Co-Authors” from 2007. The main function of the Co-Author Plus plugin is to assign multiple writers as authors in the bylines without having to create dedicated WordPress

1 min read Leo Fajardo
Community | youtube.com | 19 days ago

SaaS as a Business-Model for Selling WordPress Plugins and Themes With Subscriptions

Did you know that leveraging the advantages of SaaS for your WordPress plugin or theme can increase your profits by 50% or more? Freemius’ latest video is now released with all the details!

SaaS as a Business-Model for Selling WordPress Plugins and Themes With Subscriptions

Community | youtube.com | 19 days ago

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How do redirects affect SEO?

If you're reorganizing or redesigning your website, or if you are simply producing content that becomes obsolete after a certain amount of time, redirects can help you a whole lot. They will make sure your visitors always reach the page they are looking for and prevent them from seeing that horrible error 404 sign if they come to a page that has expired.

How do redirects affect SEO?

If you are reorganizing or redesigning your website, or if you are simply producing content that becomes obsolete after a certain amount of time, redirects can help you a whole lot. They will make sure your visitors always reach the page they are looking for and prevent them from seeing that horrible error 404 sign if they come to a page that has expired. However, redirects need to be implemented carefully in order to reap maximum benefits and to make sure there are no mistakes. In both cases, redirects can have an impact on your SEO, so let’s dive a bit deeper and discuss this topic a bit more.
What are redirects?
First and foremost, let’s cover the basics. Redirects are essentially orders to your website to redirect (obviously) a visitor automatically from a page they are trying access to the page you want them to visit. In other words, if page A has expired and you want your guests to go to page B, then you will put a redirect on page A so that its URL automatically sends people to page B.
Now, redirects should always be used to point people to the page/content they are looking for. If you’re for example running a blog and have written a new post, an updated version

5 min read WebDevStudios
Community | webdevstudios.com | Nov. 19, 2019

Get the 411 on WordCamp Contributor Day

Support Technician, Christina Workman, demystifies WordCamp Contributor Day and reports on the success of WordCamp US 2019 Contributor Day.

Get the 411 on WordCamp Contributor Day

Community | webdevstudios.com | Nov. 19, 2019

My first WordCamp Contributor Day experience was at WordCamp US (WCUS) 2018. I had no clue what to expect, or if I even had any right to be there. I’ve since learned this is a common feeling among first-timers. I showed up anyway, had a great time working with the Community Team, and somehow ended up being the co-organizer for the next WordCamp Contributor Day at WCUS 2019! WCUS’ Contributor Day was held on the third day of this national WordPress conference, which took place in St. Louis, Missouri this year. In an effort to recruit more people to participate in WordCamp Contributor Day, we worked hard on education and awareness. This included publishing blog posts about the different teams and running workshops, which took place on the first two days of WCUS. These workshops were designed to demystify Contributor Day. You can watch videos from the workshops at WordPress.tv. We even had buttons made that say, “I make WordPress. Ask me how,” which experienced contributors wore throughout the weekend.
Want to know more about Contributing to #WordPress @WordCampUS ? Ask anyone wearing this button. #WCUS pic.twitter.com/hsOeLyySBa
— WordCamp US (@WordCampUS)

Community | wptavern.com | Dec. 6, 2019

Gutenberg: One Year Later

As we quickly head into the final weeks of 2019, we also pass the first anniversary of WordPress 5.0 and, subsequently, Gutenberg coming headlong into our lives. Here we are, twelve months later, and you know what? I LOVE IT. And, I am not alone.

Gutenberg: One Year Later

Community | wptavern.com | Dec. 6, 2019

As we quickly head into the final weeks of 2019, we also pass the first anniversary of WordPress 5.0 and, subsequently, Gutenberg coming headlong into our lives. Love it or hate it, Gutenberg is here to stay. If you had asked my thoughts on it last December, I would have probably sided with a large portion of other WordPress users.
What are you doing?
WordPress is fine, leave it alone!
Stop forcing me to use this!
Here we are, twelve months later, and you know what? I LOVE IT. And, I am not alone.
When it comes to writing content, I cannot imagine using the Classic Editor anymore. Sure, for a few paragraphs, the Classic Editor is fine. However, when you need to make a 4,000+ word post, Gutenberg and the new block system make things a lot easier.
Yes, the UI is a struggle for someone brand new to WordPress. We have all heard the “Wait, I thought you said this was like Word?” line. A good onboarding process would tackle that going forward. For the rest of us, if you have not adopted Gutenberg yet, you should take another look at it.
The Need for a New Editor
Let’s be honest. The Classic Editor was great for short posts, a couple of headlines and paragraphs, job done.

15 min read Tom Zsomborgi
Community | kinsta.com | Oct. 14, 2019

Kinsta Is Boosting WordPress Performance for Everyone up to 200%

Over the past month, Kinsta has been testing new machines internally and the performance gains are huge. Here are the details and what this change means for the users.

Kinsta Is Boosting WordPress Performance for Everyone up to 200%

Community | kinsta.com | Oct. 14, 2019

The performance of your WordPress sites has always been a top priority for our team. It’s one of the main reasons clients choose us today over our competitors, and we’ve proven this time and time again. We’re consistently one of the first in the industry to release the latest software such as PHP 7.3, and Review Signal has awarded us “top tier” performance five years in a row. Kinsta was also the first managed WordPress host to utilize Google Cloud Platform (GCP) exclusively, and we keep a close eye on their newly released infrastructure. We’re always trying to push the boundaries, and today we’re taking it to a whole other level. We are excited to announce that we are moving to GCP’s next-generation compute-optimized virtual machines (C2).
We’ve developed our WordPress hosting platform to be completely scalable, from our Starter plans all the way up to our Enterprise plans. This means we aren’t just moving a select few to this new hardware or limiting their use to our higher-tier plans. We’re making the new GCP machines available for everyone at Kinsta. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a casual blogger or

6 min read Augustin Prot
Community | blog.weglot.com | Nov. 27, 2019

How to choose the right theme to build multilingual WordPress sites

A look at the key considerations for choosing a WordPress theme plus some stunning StudioPress theme examples which have both design and functionality

How to choose the right theme to build multilingual WordPress sites

Community | blog.weglot.com | Nov. 27, 2019

With WordPress sites now accounting for more than 34% of the web, you’re not alone in thinking this web development platform will be a great choice for building an online presence for your business. And, choosing a template is of course going to be one of the first steps to creating your WordPress site.
Whether that be creating a WordPress site that displays your knowledge, choosing a design that screams creativity, or a clutter-free theme that lets your brand do the talking. You’ll want to choose a theme that works for the type of industry you’re working in.
With countless options to choose from, picking a theme that meets your needs is important from the off. You have to create the right first impression for your brand, whilst ensuring you’re choosing a theme that is compatible with a number of useful WordPress plugins, that’ll help enhance the growth of your business.
But, it’s easy to get completely overwhelmed with the thousands of choices available and it’s tempting to be blinded by how ‘pretty’ a theme is, rather than looking at the features, and how workable a more simple WordPress theme can be for you and your business.

Community | uxallthethings.com | 19 days ago

Why WordPress needs governance - UX All the Things

"Open source is not a charity, it is a business plan. And ultimately, it is people. We can always take better care of people in WordPress, both those who maintain it, and those who use and rely on it."