Posts Tagged ‘jobs’

Get a Sneak Peek at the new Code Poet

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July 7th, 2011
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Code Poet is a directory of trusted WordPress professionals, developers, designers, and consultants brought to you by the folks at Automattic, and it’s getting a rather significant overhaul. The new Code Poet, which can be seen at the beta site, will make it easier than ever before to find WordPress professionals by specialty, location, and even budget. Do you have what it takes to be a Code Poet? Apply now to be a part of this awesome directory!

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Finding WordPress Jobs

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May 10th, 2011
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WordPress jobs are starting to come in high demand again. Automattic is looking for talented folks in a variety of fields, and Crowd Favorite is looking for PHP developers, but you won’t be able to walk into just any office and apply for a WordPress-related position. You’ll need to know where to look first. Elance seems to be the way to go these days, and it’s definitely worth noticing that “WordPress” is their most in-demand skill set. I used Elance for a few jobs in the past, and it’s incredibly easy. Just signup for an account, pick your client, and they’ll either take care of or walk you through the rest. They even have some nice arbitration options if a client stiffs you on the bill. Another great place to look is the official WordPress Jobs board. In fact, that’s how I found my job here. The concept is pretty […]

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WordPress HelpCenter Shuts Down

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January 26th, 2011
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Alex King has announced that his company WP HelpCenter will be shutting down on February 28th. The WordPress HelpCenter was a company aimed at providing support for plug-ins and themes to offload the support burden from developers. As Alex points out, the company was not able to gain traction with developers. But the nail in the coffin for something like WP HelpCenter is that commercial support for free plug-ins and themes was not something people were willing to pay for. Alex believes that the service WP HelpCenter provided is still needed in the WordPress community and for anyone else willing to dive into the market, he shares the following tips: I would recommend getting funding in place so that you can hire and do internal training, then come to market with a 5-6 person team (with dedicated sales and project management roles) in place from the start. Then it’s just […]

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