WP Curve is a support service for WordPress which takes care of their customer’s website problems, and carries out unlimited small WordPress fixes 24/7, all for a reasonable monthly fee. While this service sounds great, and it is, the WP Curve blog is proving to be a major attraction in its own right.
The two founders behind one year old WP Curve, Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty, are using the blog to document their journey of launching a startup and going profitable. They also share lots of other content that entrepreneurs and those yet to take the plunge will find more than helpful.
Who is Behind the WP Curve Blog
As mentioned, WP Curve is run by Dan Norris and Alex McClafferty, two guys who launched a startup together despite having never met each other in person, and one year in, still haven’t met face to face. The two co-founders are now joined by a team of 15 at WP Curve and the blog features the stories from many other entrepreneurs and startups.
Top Content from the WP Curve Blog
The blog not only covers the growth of the WP Curve WordPress support service, but also highlights great content published elsewhere, in addition to original material that will appeal to those involved or interested in the startup and online business scenes.
A few highlights from the WP Curve blog include:
- Monthly Income Reports from WP Curve
- WordCamp Presentation Video: Build your Business with Relationships
- First year WP Curve update
- How Stacey Jacobs launched with paying customers in 7 days
- 10 ways to differentiate your website by making it more personal
- Is startup validation bullshit
Other Projects and Services
Understandably, WP Curve is the main focus of the team, however they still have time to present at WordCamps, host a podcast, be interviewed, and produce all this great content.
Dan and Alex present the Startup Chat podcast, which is now on episode 67 and goes out each week on a Wednesday. Each week the hosts chat to those involved in startups and hear their stories and the lessons they’ve learnt on their journeys.
Watching the growth of WP Curve over its first year has been exciting and thanks to the way the two co-founders have openly shared their progress, it’s possible to join them for the ride.
The blog doesn’t just focus on the WP Curve story and has lots of actionable advice that other business owners, startups, and anyone using content marketing to grow their profile online will find invaluable.
Whether you need unlimited WordPress support and small fixes for a monthly fee, or you just want great content to help your website grow, WP Curve and its blog are just what you are looking for.