The Year 2020 And Remembering Why We Do What We Do

The beginning of a new decade also marks 10 years for me personally since I left the classroom and joined the team here at Edublogs and CampusPress. I’d like to take this opportunity to reflect back on where we’ve been and actively define what our next 10+ years together might look like. In 2010, we […]

Why Is Sending Emails From WordPress So Hard?

We send and process millions of emails from WordPress each month. There are times when there may be 10s of thousands of emails in the send queue at once. These include emails like: new site or user welcome emails password reset requests new comment notifications subscription emails when new posts are published moderation notifications for […]

Our Continued Support Of WPCampus

We’re honored to support the WPCampus community by sponsoring the Annual Conference – with this year’s event taking place July 25-27 in Portland, Oregon. For those that can’t attend in person, all sessions will be live-streamed, for free, as well! You can also check out the recordings of previous conference sessions too. There’s a treasure […]

April 28, 2019 – WordPress 5.1.1 Update Complete

All customers sites have been successfully upgraded to WordPress 5.1.1 during our special change window. Our team has completed our checks and have been monitoring logs, performance, and customer inquiries. There are no known issues, but please let us know should you notice anything out of the ordinary or have any questions. You can read […]

The WordPress Agency and Freelancer Guide To CRMs

Every business that provides a service needs a CRM – we learned this the hard way. Don’t be like us. If you take nothing else away from this post, the most important idea is that if you don’t separate ‘sales’ from the rest of your business, it will suffer. One-person freelancers, agencies, and other businesses […]

A New WordPress Editor Is Coming, Here Is Our Plan

For the past two years, the WordPress community has been hard at work on re-thinking and re-designing the way we all create and edit content in WordPress posts and pages. The code name for this project has been ‘Gutenberg’, and it will be released in the next major version of WordPress in as soon as a […]

WPMU DEV And WordCamps – Starting With WCUS 2018!

When it comes to WordCamps, we are longtime listeners, first-time callers. What I mean is that from early on, we have enjoyed attending and occasionally speaking at different camps around the world, but besides a few smaller exceptions, we’ve not really gone ‘all in’ on sponsoring. That’s changing for us in a pretty big way […]