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  1. Scot MacDonald
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    Nice job. Would be interested in hearing about their content curation process, tools they use, etc.

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  2. Andy
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    So glad to see someone else in the community stepping up to create a resource like this. (Slick logo, too.)

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  3. Daniele Mte90 Scasciafratte
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    Use the wordpress subreddit it isn’t a better solution?

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    • Justin Tadlock
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      I would rather see something run by a WordPress community member outside of a website controlled by a third party. The space is big enough for both a Reddit group and WPContent.io.

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    • Anh Tran
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      The WordPress subreddit is not a good place to share news. They have very strict rules about sharing links and then ban users quite aggressively.

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    • Nick Hamze
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      I would love to see a thriving WordPress subreddit. WordPress needs to appeal to the younger generation and that means things like reddit.

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  4. Two Motion™
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    Man, that headline had me thinking “My backups!” But it’s okay…
    Best of luck to the guys and gals at WpContent.

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  5. Sahana
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    There is also another website like managewp.org -> druwp.xyz.

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  6. Abhishek
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    So, happy to see that someone else rising up in the community to build a platform like this.

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  7. Iain Poulson
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    We’ve just added a newsletter to the site, so you can get an email of the popular articles from the last week delivered to your inbox.

    https://wpcontent.io/email/

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  8. Faisal Rehman
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    I just signed up on WP Content and personally I loved the site too much, great initiative. A great project!

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