I was at a session in Affiliate Summit West where I ran into Deborah Ng, Conference Director of BlogWorld Expo. Over the past years, her and I have become good friends. I was honored to speak at the last two BlogWorld events. I knew Deb… Read More »
On my flight to Prague, I got the chance to read the book Professional WordPress Plugin Development by Brad Williams, Ozh Richard, and Justin Tadlock. After 9 hours of intense reading, all I can say is that I was amazed. This is one of the best resources I have seen to date for plugin developers who want to learn to do things the right way.
This past week one of our good friends, Jim Kukral, sent us his newest book called “Attention: This book will make you money: How to use attention-getting online marketing to increase your revenue” which is published by Wiley. Even though the title might sound a bit sketchy, it certainly does a great job grabbing the attention.
31 Days to Build a Better Blog is an ebook by a good friend and mentor of ours Darren Rowse (who is known for his popular blog ProBlogger). Recently we have been getting a lot of emails for book recommendations, and we realized that we never reviewed the most important book in blogging.
Beginning WordPress 3 is quite the instructional tome by Stephanie Leary.
Digging into WordPress is a book written by two of the most credible figures in the WordPress industry, Jeff Starr and Chris Coyier. They recently announced the release of version 3 to cover the latest WordPress changes.
Professional WordPress is a book by Hal Stern, David Damstra, and Brad Williams that covers every aspect of WordPress.