Verizon Media the former owner of the microblogging and social networking site Tumblr announced yesterday that they will sell Tumblr to Automattic, the parent company of WordPress.com. The terms of the deal were not disclosed but there are rumours around … Continue reading Tumblr Sold to Automattic
In 2011 when I started my blog at wordpress.com and with a free plan, I was fine with the idea that they would occasionally show ads to my readers, while I get free hosting in return, it looked like a … Continue reading Now WordPress.com Users Have To Bear With Ads In Subscription Emails
This post here is only relevant for the people who have their websites hosted on wordpress.com. As most of us noticed, Automattic the company behind the mentioned hosting service, decided to change something that worked for most of us. The perfect old editor. Above you can see a screenshot of the new one. What we got now is a loading screen with a totally childish and nerdy “Beep beep boop” message that we can see several seconds each time we want to create a new post, as it takes quite a lot of time to load the new editor. What … Continue reading Beep Beep Boop?
Today I realized how many advantages I really have with my blog hosted here on Automattic´s wordpress.com cloud and some of the benefits are really positively blatant. I was researching the days and I have read a lot about different … Continue reading 5 Advantages Which Bloggers Of The WordPress Community Have
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WordPress.com is the biggest blogging platform around, and one of the most visited websites in the world. Yet the team that keeps it running is an intimate group of 224 Automatticians (thinking of joining our ranks? We’re always hiring). Among them are the Code Wranglers at work on our great features, the designers who make sure every pixel in your theme is in its right place, and the Happiness Engineers who work around the clock to solve any issue our users encounter. Among the people working on WordPress.com, you’ll find marathon runners, home brewers, slam poets, and global nomads… Continue reading Planet Automattic: Bytes from the People who Make WordPress.com