There is no other collaboration quite like Secret Blog Club because the benefits far outweigh the time required to participate. Pop in, grab what you need and pop out. We’re all about sharing what really works, putting together blogging niches and supporting the efforts of other bloggers including business blogs. You have to see it to really understand what we’re doing. Visit the links in the post in this entry and the one on Murray Newlands that contains details on what we share there. If you are serious about blogging this is one community you do not want to miss.
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John Hawkins is a long time web developer, WordPress enthusiast, WordCamp speaker and organizer living on the outskirts of Las Vegas with his wife and two teenage children. In 2009 John co-founded 9seeds, a custom WordPress development company.
Web Developer / Freelancer. You might know me from ThemeLab.com or CustomTheme.com. I tweet oodles of WordPress-related stuff on @themelab.
I’m a Headway Themes Enthusiast, a Futurist, Keynote Speaker, Think-Tank Leader, Author, Blogger, Strategist.
This guy needs no introduction. He is the reason this honours “contest” even EXISTS! Due to him, millionaires have been created. Due to him, kids who would normally be out playing football are now able to become international superstars by using nothing but their fingers.
Matt Mullenweg, deserves to be honoured for creating this magnificent piece of software – WordPress.
And if that is not enough, you probably all know that he (with the rest of Automattic) gave the trademark of WordPress to the WordPress Foundation so that it will be protected and stay open source forever. If you don’t vote for him, you are either evil or part of Joomla!
Full-time scientist, part-time tech support, part-time gamer, part-time cook, part-time WordPress guy, full-time geek
Rural Eastern Canadian, homeschooler, quilter, old home renovator and I know some stuff about WordPress Networks.
I am a blogger, Web Designer, SEM, Affiliate Marketer, WordPress Geek, Florida Gator, and one cool guy who you should know on the web.
Ariff Shah has been helpful in delivering pretty good SEO tips and tutorials in Malaysian language for WordPress users and bloggers. He’s already well known for his contributions and tips that has proven to help lots of Malaysian bloggers, both new and old.
Ariff Shah telah banyak menghasilkan tutorial yang terbukti berkesan dan lain daripada yang lain. Pencalonan ini adalah sebagai penghargaan atas kerja keras dan usaha berterusan yang telah disumbangkan olehnya kepada komuniti blog Malaysia
BloggerLuv is the fun place where bloggers hang out, socialize, and meet new friends. Almost 300 members are waiting for you to join them.
Developer and blog author of multiple WordPress sites. Provides great tutorials and resources for people learning to use WordPress.
Shawn has filled a gaping hole in the WP tutorial world. That is, tutorials for folks who’ve never used WP before and wouldn’t know a post from a page, or category from a tag.
The tutorials at WP101.com are well structured, thorough and at a good steady pace.
Designer/developers can now direct their clients to Shawn’s WP101 site and let his excellent tutorials teach them how to use WP.
For us designer/devs who suck at training – it’s a godsend!
Shawn’s a legend and should be knighted for services to the WP community!
Divulgador y promotor de la comunidad WordPress en Español, creador del blog más influyente sobre WordPress en Español, Ayuda WordPress, el foro de la comunidad WordPress y ponente en numerosos eventos.
Puedes seguirle en su blog personal, Navegando con Red, donde además de WordPress también publica artículos de opinión sobre temas de actualidad, social media y management 2.0, a través de Twitter, Facebook o LinkedIn.
Joost de Valk, an SEO consultant and web developer living in Wijchen, near Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
Plugin Author of: Sociable, Yoast Breadcrumbs, Upcoming and many more.
Entrepreneur, Boston WordPress Meetup founder, consultant, and blogger (kind of).
Mariano has run the first WordCamp outside San Francisco almost 3 years ago, bringing Matt to Argentina… and he is helping people on at least 3 countries in Latinamerica to run their own WordCamps without even asking to be mentioned.
Mariano hizo el primer WordCamp fuera de San Francisco hace 3 años y trajo a Matt Mullenweg a Argentina (ya 2 veces) y ahora está ayudando a otros 3 países de la región a armar sus propios Wordcamps sin siquiera pedir ser mencionado y eso vale resaltarlo.