WP Lift is a blog that covers the full spectrum of WordPress. From themes, to plugins, interviews and guides, no stone is left unturned when it comes to publishing new content on this blog.
WP Lift was started back in 2010 with the goal of helping you make the most of WordPress. Some 790 published posts later and over 10,000 subscribers, the site is still as fresh and useful as it was when it was first launched all those years ago.
Who is Behind WP Lift
WP Lift was started (and is still run by) Oliver Dale, who is joined by a team of regular, and less frequent, bloggers. Oli manages WP Lift through his Kooc Media web company which runs a number of other websites and services.
Top Content from WP Lift
With almost 800 pieces of content published on the site so far, making a shortlist of the best content from WP Lift isn’t easy. However, here are six posts which should help you get started on the site and find your way around:
- WordPress Acquisitions: A Tale of WordPress Businesses that Were Bought & Sold
- Running a WordPress Service (SAAS) Ideas & Examples
- Lessons I Learned from Selling 2 Commercial WordPress Products on Flippa
- How We Work: A Look Behind The Scenes at Moove Agency
- Guide to Selling Premium WordPress themes
- 9 Proven Ways to Monetize Your WordPress Blog & Boost Your Income
Other Projects and Services
As mentioned earlier, WP Lift is part of the Kooc Media portfolio. Along with this WordPress blog, Oli and Kooc Media also run the Themefurnace WordPress theme shop which has been in operation since 2012 and is still producing new designs today. The premium WordPress themes at Themefurnace are available individually or as part of the developer club which gives you access to all themes and new additions as they are released.
Another project from Oli and Kooc Media is the A Better Planet WordPress news feed. The feed contains over 30 reputable and high-quality WordPress sites, including official feeds, individuals and other WordPress blogs. There are three ways to subscribe to the feed, including a plugin that adds a dashboard widget to your WordPress site’s admin area. This makes the service a great way to keep on top of the latest news from the WordPress community in one fell swoop.
Thanks to its regular posting schedule and team of writers with varied backgrounds and interests, WP Lift continues to be a strong source of news, reviews, and tutorials from the WordPress community.
If you like what you see and are interested in joining the WP Lift team, Oli is always on the lookout for more freelance bloggers so get in touch.
Otherwise, just sit back and enjoy the regular stream of content as it’s published on WP Lift.