Want to learn from the top WordPress blogs? As a WordPress enthusiast, you always want to stay abreast of the latest happenings in the world of WordPress and, to some extent, web development. You want to know what the whos of WordPress have to say at any given time. You want to stay ahead of the curve; keep tabs on WordPress news, latest techniques, hacks, themes, plugins and whatnot. And what better way to stay informed and updated than reading WordPress blogs?
In today’s serving, we will introduce you to more than 45 awesome WordPress bloggers you should know. And you should definitely have a look at their Twitter accounts, so go ahead and hit that follow button. Get ready to have some fun.
Designtalks geared towards web design and digital market for businesses of all size. Is also fantastic resource to keep your WordPress website running smoothly. Designtalks is just not limited to WordPress as it goes beyond WordPress and talks about all the aspects of web design.
So if you’re someone who is looking for a one stop solution to hone your designing skills to build better websites online along with WordPress tips, this blog is definitely for you. The topics on their blogs are all about blogging basics, blog marketing, SEO, traffic generation, and of course, WordPress.
WP Mayor specializes in WordPress plugins, themes, and product service reviews. You’ll see comparative or listed reviews related to the products, making this site the one you must visit before you decide to get the premium plugins or template for your WordPress site.
Although WP Mayor mostly deals with review content, it also showcases tutorials, guides, and news contributed to the site. You can find the best templates, plugins, and even hosts that help you along the way. WPExplorer is one resource you want to bookmark right this minute. In between the great posts, we also publish giveaways and exclusive deals that can save you a whole lot of money 🙂
3. Elegant Themes
The Elegant Themes blog offers amazing WordPress tips, tutorials and updates about their new WordPress themes & plugins. The blog features respectable WordPress bloggers such as Kevin Muldoon, Brenda Barron and Jacqueline Thomas among others.
You’ll find WordPress plugins and templates as well as guides and tutorials. You can find almost everything related to WordPress right here on this blog.
Moreover, it features all the news and updates available for WordPress. Perfect guidance tool for beginners as well as on a professional level, you can see the reason why this blog is listed on our list of best WordPress blogs without any doubt.
4. Chris Lema
Unless you started using WordPress recently, you must have heard a thing or two about Chris Lema – a top-level WordPress blogger who has been called in to advise the likes of WooThemes, iThemes, Reaktiv, WP101 and more. He blogs about eCommerce, freelancing, memberships, e-learning and presentation among other WordPress-related topics.
If you’ve been in the blogging or WordPress community for some time, you must have heard the name, Chris Lema. Chris Lema is an active member of the WordPress community and an author, coach for startups, storyteller, and public speaker who also runs one of the most famous WordPress blogs. He focuses solely on helping to grow your business.
Since Chris Lema has spent more than 15 years understanding the WordPress ecosystem’s product landscape, his blog is worth a read. The blog is engaging, concise, easy to understand, and helps to improve your WordPress site. Meanwhile, you can also read his e-books to manage your team remotely.
WPLift features WordPress guides, tutorials and tips from some of the best WordPress bloggers around. Plus they’ve got some great deals to boot. This plus a focus on entry level users makes WPLift a great blog to follow for WordPress knowledge.th helpful tutorials.
6. WP Tavern
Established in 2009 by Jeff Chandler, WP Tavern publishes latest WordPress news, hacks, theme and plugin announcements among others. The blog is managed by Jeff Chandler and Sarah Gooding. The blog is updated regularly with the latest in WordPress news.
I don’t know how they came up with the name, but it surely grows on you after a while. But the name isn’t the reason WPEka made it to this list; the blog publishes great opinion posts, theme and plugin reviews, and in-depth tutorials several times a week.
Devesh Sharma founded WPKube back in June 2014 to “…provide quality WordPress themes, plugins, tutorials, news and modifications…” Dev, a successful webmaster by every right, has done a great job with WPKube. He publishes a new post every two days. WPKube features renowned WordPress bloggers such as Joe, Ashley and Sourav Kundu among others.
9. WPMU DEV Blog
With a freshly baked design, over 360K members, and a blog section that features some of the best WordPress tutorials, tips and advice on the web, WPMU DEV is the go-to WordPress resource for many users – experienced or otherwise. Topics covered on the blog revolve around WordPress, WordPress Multisite, BuddyPress and more from the WordPress community.
10. ManageWP Blog
ManageWP allows you to manage multiple WordPress sites from a single dashboard, saving you lots of time and effort. I’m not trying to pull your leg, it’s really convenient, especially if you struggle to manage your sites. Featuring top-level writers and developers such as Vladimir Prelovac, Charnita Fance and Brenda Barron among others, the ManageWP blog shares tutorials, tips, reviews, opinions, news, business advice, themes and plugins among others.
11. WP Mayor
If you’re looking for the hottest and latest WordPress news, articles, hacks and plugin reviews just to mention a few, you want to add WP Mayor to your reading list. Like right now. WP Mayor is maintained by Mr. and Mrs. Jean Galea with the help of Mark Zahra, who happens to be Galea’s cousin. This family business features a couple of contributors from all walks of life, giving the content a global (multi-cultural) feel.
With over 130K WordPress users, WPBeginner is the ultimate resource for WordPress beginners. Don’t get me wrong though, you can still learn a lot on WPBeginner even as a seasoned WordPress user. After all, learning never stops throughout life.
Who is behind the ThemeShaper WordPress blog that’s simply too awesome to resist? Ian Stewart, Caroline Moore, Daniel Robert and twelve (12) other WordPress enthusiasts who care a lot about WordPress themes. The blog section is a huge archive of WordPress news, tips, inspiration, tricks, hacks, snippets and in-depth tutorials.
We cannot publish a post about the best WordPress blogs to follow and fail to mention Tuts+, a one-of-a-kind resource suitable for beginner and pro WordPressers. If you will indulge me, I have sought inspiration on Tuts+
a couple countless times before, and every time, I wasn’t disappointed.
16. Cats Who Code
Catering to over 17k followers, Cats Who Code is curated by Jean, a 30-something year old blogger based in Belgium. It’s a huge archive of awesome WordPress tips, hacks and WordPress coding tutorials. Jean’s work has been featured on popular blogs such as Smashing Magazine, WPHacks and Pro Blog Design.
Certainly you’ve heard of Elementor – it’s the best free page builder plugin for WordPress. But did you know they also run a blog? Well they do and it’s full of great tips on how to build a better website with the help of Elementor, in addition to inspiration and web design roundups, freelancer interviews and more.
1stWebDesigner was one of the first (no pun intended) WordPress blogs to inspire our founders to start WPExplorer so naturally they had to be included in this list. hundreds of helpful posts with web design tips, cheatsheets, free resources (themes, photoshop tools, etc), best of lists and more it’s a must read for any webs designer – not just WordPress users.
Run by Brian Jackson (a serious WordPress and SEO guru), Woorkup is definitely a solid WordPress resource. If you’re ever unsure about a plugin, or you’re looking for some inspiration give Brian’s blog a read. He also share freelancer tips for running a business based on his own personal experiences and has a toolbox of recommended products to help you get started.
WPShout is run by Fred Meyer and David Hayes, and those to consistently pump out awesome content such as weekly tutorials, resource recommendations, development tips, security guides and more. Follow them on twitter for regular updates on what they’re digging into each week.
Kinsta is one of the best WordPress managed hosting companies on the market. They provide fast and secure hosting for WordPress websites. In addition, they also have a great blog for WordPress users including both beginner-friendly tutorials and technical guides. All of their articles are very easy to follow along, even for WordPress users without extensive technical knowledge.
If you’ve run into any problems on your WordPress site, you’ll find detailed tutorials to help you solve them. Additionally, Kinsta also offers actionable tips to improve WordPress websites as well as product comparisons and recommendations.
If you’ve ever search for a specific WordPress the niche, like “best creative WordPress themes” or “best WordPress themes for small business” then you’ve probably seen a Colorlib list before. But that’s not all their blog has to offer. Colorlib also provides plugin guides, design tips and even some free themes that you can use on your website.
Cloudways is a great managed cloud hosting option, but they’re also a great blog to follow. While not necessarily only focused on WordPress they do offer theme reviews, website setup guides and tons of business tips (for GDPR, design, e-commerce, etc) that you’ll want to add to your reading list.
24. Yoast SEO
We couldn’t leave Yoast SEO off our list because they really are the best in the biz when it comes to search engine optimization. Follow their blog for up to date WordPress SEO strategies, onsite SEO tips, social media guides and plugin updates (because if you aren’t using their SEO plugin you should be).
On this blog, you’ll find content related to their WordPress plugins and how you can use them to optimize your WordPress site. In addition, you can find general information and tutorials on on-page SEO, off-page SEO, SEO copywriting, etc. As SEO is a major aspect of online marketing, Yoast Blog is one of the best blog sites to follow for a successful WordPress website.
25. Search Engine Land
Search Engine Land is a must read hub for news and information about search engine marketing, optimization and how search engines such as Google, Yahoo and Microsoft’s Bing work for searchers. Be sure to visit to keep up on everything related to search and search marketing.
Breaking news, updates, insights, analysis and guides covering SEO, PPC and all things search from the Search Engine Land team and subject matter experts.. You’re pretty much guaranteed to learn something – whether it’s about WordPress, SEO, WooCommerce or something else.
When you think of Envato you probably instantly think of premium themes, plugins, images, etc. But Envato has really stepped up their blog in the last year. Sharing tips and roundups for just about every niche, their blog is a great resource for freelancers working on client work ad well as DIY-ers looking for a bit of help or inspiration.
27. Media Temple
Media Temple is another awesome host with an equally spectacular blog. Check in from time to time to learn about topics ranging from customer spotlights, hosting optimization tips, image editors, WordPress tutorials and more.
28. Anariel Design
Anariel Design is run by the amazing developer Ana Segota. Follow her blog to read one on one WordPress interviews, follow along with helpful guides (and video guides), learn new SEO tips and more. She also offers some beautiful premium themes that you won’t want to miss.
TemplateMonster is a huge marketplace with thousands of amazing themes and templates to choose from, and their blog MonsterPost offers thousands of helpful articles (plus free ebooks and themes to boot). Sharpen your design skills, learn about easy website content optimizations, figure our the best hosting for you and more.
Of course we had to include WordPress’s news blog in this list. Keep up to date on WordPress core updates, feature enhancements, community events and notes from the developers.
The WPBlog is another all around WordPress blog where you can get info on WordPress trends, or research a product before you purchase. Home to tips, tutorials and reviews for WordPress it’s a good site to add to your reading list.
Now we’re sure there’s plenty of you wondering why your favourite WordPress site didn’t make our list. The truth is the community is so large with so much talent, that it would be impossible to fit them all into a reasonably sized post.
There are indeed plenty more sites we love and respect, so this isn’t an exhaustive list. We do however encourage you to add your favourites in the comments so we can all explore the rich variety the community has to offer.
Over to You…
WordPress continues to grow every day. Developers continue committing code and adding new features taking the platform further beyond the remits of imagination. It’s powerful now more than ever, and we can only expect this trend to go up. You can stay on top of all WordPress changes, news and updates by following your favorite blogs or personally contributing to the project.
With this finely crafted list of WordPress blogs, you should have plenty of choices at your disposal. Obviously, there are many other WordPress blogs out there, so if we missed your favorite, be sure to mention it in the comments to keep growing the list. Other than that, let us know your thoughts and how your 2022 is going. Bye……
WordPress is a wonderful platform to work with. Since its inception with just a few lines of code in 2003, it has gone on to be used on over 42% of the worlds websites. From simple blogs to fortune 500 companies, WordPress is the go-to CMS of choice for thousands of people.
Helping support the software we’ve grown to love, are hundreds of bloggers who’ve contributed to growing the WordPress community. Their in-depth knowledge, experience, passion and resourcefulness inspire readers every day to try out and learn to use WordPress for themselves.