Post Status is the membership community for WordPress professionals who grow and sustain the WordPress economy.
Our goal is to guide, connect, and support the people and businesses who make up the WordPress community. From our beginnings in 2013, we've built our offerings with professional WordPressers in mind. We're here for anyone seeking insights, analysis, guidance, and community centered around the WordPress ecosystem.
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- The Post Status Slack Community is a friendly, inclusive, and diverse members-only resource for WordPress professionals. This is our pledge.
- Our Job Board is linked to our member and business directories to connect the best employers and professionals in the WordPress space.
- The weekly Post Status Newsletter is a TL;DR for key insights, news, events, and opportunities in the WordPress community.
- Our Get Hired project aims to help foster an inclusive workforce and workplaces where people build each other up.
- The Post Status Open Web Manifesto expresses what we value and see as the common interests we share and wish to safeguard for everyone working in WordPress and the Open Web today.
Learn more about the special opportunities waiting for you in the Post Status Club.
And be sure to sign up for our free newsletter! — In it, we send subscribers the important core development, business, and community news of the week. We include the latest innovations and job openings with the top employers in WordPress today. We offer our own take on the rhythm and pulse of the greater WordPress community. ✉️
Post Status exists to help WordPress businesses and professionals grow in ways that expand, sustain, and protect the commons we share: the Open Web.
Post Status launched on January 21st, 2013. Initially, it was a link-sharing blog where we selected the best articles being published in the WordPress and larger web tech communities. Eventually, Post Status became a more typical blog with original content. On January 21st, 2015 — our two year milestone — we launched the membership component: the Post Status Club.
In early 2021 Cory became the sole owner and publisher of Post Status.
Cory Miller is the Publisher and owner of Post Status. He has been involved in the WordPress community since 2006. Cory founded iThemes in 2008. and was its CEO for more than 10 years before transitioning the company through its acquisition to Liquid Web. Cory remains excited about the WordPress community and the many opportunities it preserves and constantly creates.
Jonathan Wold is the Strategist for Post Status. He joined the WordPress community in 2004, fell in love with WordPress, and has been all in ever since. Jonathan thinks about WordPress as an Operating System for creating on the Open Web and invests his time and energy into growing the WordPress ecosystem. He leads partnership efforts at Post Status and stirs up trouble wherever he can.
Dan Knauss is the Editor for Post Status. First joining the team in 2015, he helps select, develop, and produce our content while editing everything that goes onto the site, newsletter, and other channels. At times he writes longer original material. Along with the rest of the team, Dan reads and answers the mail at Post Status, contributes to the social channels, and fields member support requests while managing the ever-evolving website. Dan has built dozens of websites and worked with WordPress and other open source web applications for over twenty years as a student, teacher, and freelance consultant.
David Bisset is the Curator for Post Status. David has his ear to the ground for all things related to WordPress better than just about anyone today. Since 2015 he has drafted up the best things he finds in the week to put alongside our other content and commentary. David joins Cory each week to produce The Excerpt podcast. Occasionally he contributes researched long form articles and opinion posts. David is a long-time WordPress developer and does the dev work for Post Status.
Together, we maintain the best trade association and information hub for WordPress professionals.
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Periodically, we accept guest posts and user submitted stories. If you would like write for Post Status or submit a story you think we should include, please get in touch.
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