Here at Hack WordPress, we pride ourselves on bringing you all sorts of WordPress hacks, theme and plugin reviews, and we also try to create some good WordPress discussions whenever possible.

One thing I get asked a lot is why I link out to other people so often. The answer is fairly simple. There are a lot of people that are as passionate about WordPress as I am, and these people do great work. Some are other “WordPress niche” blogs, while most are just bloggers who occasionally write about WordPress on their blogs. Either way, I don’t look at them as competitors, but rather as other WordPress enthusiasts and I try to give their posts some additional exposure.

One thing I’ve been planning to do is to create a resources page for this site which collects other great WordPress resources. For now, the list will be limited to WordPress niche blogs and web designers that use (and write) about WordPress, but it may expand in the future if I can incorporate other blogs that cover WordPress and still keep the page both useful and manageable.

Here is where I’m hoping you can help me out. I’ve got about 15 blogs in my feed reader and I know there are a lot more than that. If you run a WordPress blog, you are a WordPress designer with a personal blog and write about WordPress, or you are a reader and have a few favorite WordPress blogs you enjoy reading, can you drop me some links in the comments below? That way I can put together a list for my WordPress resources page.

I’m going to try to get the blogroll put together this weekend (hopefully with feeds as well) and will also do a follow up post to give these blogs some more exposure.

Update: You can now check out our WordPress Resources page.

Kyle Eslick is WordPress enthusiast who took his passion for WordPress to the next level in 2007 by launching as a place to share hacks, tutorials, etc. Follow Kyle on Twitter @KyleEslick!

  1. Andrea_R says:

    I’m a niche within a niche. 😉 I write about WordPressMU.

  2. jbj says:

    There’s a WordPress category on my blog, plus 3 themes I created myself. Feel free to add me, though, my blog is 100% in French.
    Thanks for all your WP articles. Your blog is one of my favs 🙂

  3. PJ says:

    Apart from your site I regularly read Weblog Tools Collection, WPCandy, BlogPerfume, WPDesigner, Fun with WP, WPThemesPlugin, WP Themes Gallery, Theme Lab and Lorelle on WordPress.

    I also keep up with Brian Gardner, Adii, Ptah Dunbar, Buzzdroid, Jeffro2pt0 (though he’s just decided not to write about WP on there anymore), Justin Tadlock and Jason Schuller.

    Blogging Bits and Blogging Pro often feature articles on WP themes, plugins and techniques.

  4. Leland says:

    I run a WordPress niche blog as well, and agree with you. I don’t consider other WordPress-related blogs as “competition” at all. Each one has something a little different and unique to bring to the table. Feel free to add my site in your blogroll. I’ve already added you to my resources page. Thanks.

  5. John Lamansky says:

    My WordPress blog is sort of a niche-within-a-niche also: instead of focusing on everything to do with WordPress, I just focus on that which is applicable to WordPress-using bloggers (as opposed to theme/plugin developers etc.)

  6. Mehmet says:

    Hi Kyle,

    I do run a WordPress niche blog as well. However I recently started to put all my efforts on WordPress themes.

  7. Richard H says:

    Thanks for the additional exposure Kyle. Keep up the great work.

  8. Kevin says:

    I’m designing and maintaining sites with WordPress and writing some helpful articles for those who use WordPress at my site.

  9. Curtis says:

    I have some WordPress related tutorials on my site, I like to write about some of the more advanced topics that theme developers and website owners can use. There will also be more free themes coming.

  10. Copes Flavio says:

    Hi, hope I’m not too late 🙂 I write regularly about WordPress and other CMS, I’ve also released a WP plugin. Check it out if you want 🙂 Keep up the good work you’re doing! Flavio