If you have a WordPress theme or plugin that you want professionally reviewed, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s what you’ll get with my service.
- Full review from a user perspective.
- The review will be publicly placed on my blog.
- At least 1,000 words to cover all aspects of the theme/plugin.
- I’ll link to the review on my social media accounts (over 14K Twitter followers).
One of the best reasons to have your project reviewed on my blog is that I pull in quality traffic from other WordPress professionals who will take note of your work. The backlinks alone are worth the price of a review. View previous reviews.
If you’re interested in such a review, shoot me an email at email@example.com. Serious inquiries only. Minimum review price begins at $350 and depends on the size of the project.
You need to trust that I’m qualified to write your review. I get it. Below is an outline of my qualifications for the job.
I’ve been working with WordPress since 2005 (and general Web design since 2003). In 2008, I launched Theme Hybrid, one of the oldest and longest-running theme/plugin clubs in existence.
Some other interesting tid-bits:
- I co-wrote Professional WordPress Plugin Development.
- I’ve written 100s of WordPress tutorials.
- I maintain Members, a plugin with 100,000+ active installations.
- I’ve built 100s of plugins and themes over the years for public release and clients.
I’ve been around the block a few times.
Unlike many programmers and other tech writers, I actually have formal training in writing. You won’t see a metric ton of misspelled words. You won’t get a new paragraph with each sentence. In other words, the review won’t look like it’s written by a 5th grader dumping words onto the screen so they can get back to playing Fortnite.
I attended Auburn University, one of the top universities in the southeast U.S., from 2002-2007. During my tenure, I earned a B.A. in English with a concentration in creative writing and journalism. This was after growing bored with the software engineering program (funny that I ended up becoming a programmer). While there, I also helped a local high school launch a student-run newspaper.
Some other interesting writing accomplishments: