50+ Best WordPress Blogs To Follow & Read (2019)

WordPress is a very flexible platform that helps you grow your blog or business, or whatever that may be.

The great thing about WordPress is, it has tens of thousands of themes and plugins that let you do pretty much anything you can imagine.

However, there was one thing that’s missing, a learning hub. You would need guides and tutorials to set up your site and choose the right themes, plugins, hosts, etc.

But now, you don’t need to worry about it. There are plenty of WordPress blogs out there to help you out.

Here I’ll be sharing a list of 50 Best WordPress Blogs to follow in 2019 to help you with everything related to WordPress.

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Let’s jump right into the list.

1. WPBeginner

How can we talk about WordPress blogs without mentioning WPBeginner?

Founded in 2009 by Syed Balki, this site is a bona fide powerhouse when it comes to WordPress tutorials.

Syed started this blog because he found out that all the WordPress tutorials on the Internet were written by developers for developers, and he wanted to change that. That’s how he’s grown WPBeginner to be the largest WordPress blog in the world, with over 320k subs.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Learning WordPress As A Beginner)

2. CodeinWP

Founded in 2013 by Ionut Neagu, this is another excellent WordPress blog.

This blog talks about everything related to WordPress. Not only do they discuss the design and development elements but also the freelancing aspect and how to make money with your WordPress blog.

It’s a major hub of activity and discussion for WordPress users and developers.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Design, Development, & Monetization)

3. WPExplorer

A very popular elite theme author on ThemeForest.

They started by selling themes on ThemeForest. They’re probably best known for their Total multipurpose theme, which you can purchase on ThemeForest alongside their other themes.

They share free themes on their blog, and they also write reviews of plugins and themes, as well as how-to tutorials.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tips, Tutorials, & Resources)

4. WinningWP

Brin Wilson created WinningWP to share tips, insights, and resources with other WordPress users.

This blog covers a wide variety of WordPress-related topics, everything from WordPress themes and plugins to marketing & SEO for WordPress users.

The tutorials that they post on the site are always highly detailed.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tips & Resources)

5. Torque

Toque was created by the famous WordPress specialized hosting team, WP Engine. It was founded in 2013.

Torque is mostly focused on WordPress news. They focus less on plugins and themes reviews, opting instead to post “news you can use” based on any WordPress content in general but also specifically based on tutorial-focused content, which helps you up your WordPress and blogging game.

This is the blog where you should keep your eye on to get latest WordPress news.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Getting WordPress News)

6. WP Tavern

Founded by Jeff Chandler in 2009, the blog has since grown so massive that it was sold in 2011.

The new owner was unknown until 2013 when much to everyone’s surprise none other than Matt Mullenweg announced that he had acquired the site!

Yes, that’s right, the site is owned by the co-founder of WordPress. Matt intended to make this the 3rd community for WordPress users, and he delivers on that.

You can expect to hear about WordPress news faster than everyone else. They also talk about BuddyPress, bbPress, and any project under the Automattic umbrella.

There is also a weekly podcast if you want to listen to WordPress news.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress News)

7. WPLift

WPLift was created in 2010 by Oliver Dale. The blog is now viewed by hundreds of thousands of WordPress users every year.

The site shares detailed tutorials, plugin reviews, and roundup plugin posts.

They also share weekly WordPress news, which gives you a quick look at what’s currently going on in the industry.

Then there’s my personal favorite feature, monthly free themes roundup, where, you guessed it, they share the best free themes for that month.

You really need to check out their roundup posts; they’re some of the best WordPress blog posts out there.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Learning WordPress Quickly)

8. WPKube

WPKube was founded by Dev Sharma.

Featured in magazines such as Forbes, HuffPost, Entrepreneur magazine, and many others, WPKube creates high-quality tutorials to help you with any problems you might face on WordPress.

Another great thing about WPKube is that they have very talented staff writers who do detailed reviews for WordPress themes, hosting, and plugins, so you can make an informed decision about whether to go with any given tool for your specific business.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes, Plugins, & Tutorials)

9. WP Superstars

As their tagline, “WordPress. Simplified,” suggests, WP Superstars aims to simplify everything related to WordPress, freeing you to spend your time on other things that will grow your business.

In real terms, what this means is that they focus on highly actionable, easy-to-follow tutorials that help you be a superstar when it comes to WordPress.

Its a great blog for WordPress users who feel like they’re spending too much time trying to figure everything out on their own.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Learning WordPress Easily)

10. WPLeaders

This is the blog you’re currently reading. It was founded by Hesham Zebida, the owner of FamousBloggers.

The blog hadn’t been updated regularly, so I purchased it, and then I started updating the old content and publishing new posts regularly. Since then, it’s growing rapidly.

Now I’m on a mission to make this a powerhouse site for all WordPress users.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes, Plugins, Hosts, Services, & More)

11. IsItWP Blog

IsItWP is a technology lookup tool that allows you to check what WordPress hosting, themes, and plugins a site is using. 

It has an awesome blog that helps you to learn WordPress. Their tutorial posts are top-notch. They also publish posts on best WordPress themes, plugins, and tools. 

If you want to learn WordPress, you need to check this blog.

 (Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials)

12. SourceWP

Founded by Dhiraj Das in 2014, SourceWP has overgrown in the past 4 years.

SourceWP is best known for their roundup posts where they list the top plugins/themes/tutorials to help you accomplish specific things.

But they also create their own in-house tutorials, and they’re very high quality. I highly recommend that you check them out.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes, Plugins, & More)

13. WP Mayor

Founded in 2010 by Jean Galea, the site has grown so rapidly that Alyona & Mark have started to work on the site to manage it.

WP Mayor is known for their product reviews. They review plugins, themes, and services, but they also share high-quality tutorials, and news articles.

Their review posts some of the best in the WordPress niche. But don’t just take my word for it, go check them out!

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes, Plugins, Hosts, & More)

14. WP Shout

WP Shout was created by Fred Meyer & David Heyes.

The site is intended to help WordPress developers, so it’s a little bit more advanced than many of the other blogs mentioned here, but that’s a good thing for people who have a lot of experience with WordPress and want to customize their sites even more without hiring a developer.

Their tutorials are very in-depth; they definitely won’t waste your time with shallow basics or oversimplifications.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Development)

15. DigWP

Dig WP is the home site of the authors of the book Digging Into WordPress, Chris Coyier & Jeff Starr.

They created the blog as a supplement to their book, where they share their systems for setting things up on WordPress. The blog complements the book by sharing tips and tricks to get things to the next level.

If you know nothing about WordPress, then you should definitely grab their book. If you’ve been on WordPress for some time, then you won’t go wrong with the blog, where they share highly-detailed tips and tutorial guides.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Developing WordPress Skills)

16. WPNeon

WPNeon is a blog created to help you find new WordPress themes and the perfect ones that suit your needs. They also focus on finding new high-quality plugins. You can read all this besides their in-depth product reviews articles.

They also create high-quality themes and dedicated services to help you get the most out of your WordPress site.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes & Plugins)

17. Woorkup

Created by Brian Jackson, the chief marketing officer at Kinsta, and Brett Jackson, a WordPress developer.

This site doesn’t have any sponsored content or even guest posts. This helps the site maintain their high standards for quality.

And as the site is owned by a marketing expert and a WP developer, naturally you get a good mix of marketing and WordPress tutorials to help you in the process of building your blog.

I really like the case studies that Brian shares on the site to help you grow your traffic and increase your conversions.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Marketing, WordPress, & SEO)

18. BeginDot

Founded in 2016 by Dhiraj Das, BeginDot is a daily online publication for the online entrepreneurs. It’s one of the best resources sites for WordPress powered startups to grow their business to the next level.

The blog usually deals with the entrepreneurship, digital marketing, social media, web design, and WordPress. It’s a one-stop solution for the for the online business people to find all types of supports to start and scale up their business.

They also write about tools and services for entrepreneurs and business owners to help them to grow their businesses.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Entrepreneurship & WordPress)

19. WPCrafter

Founded by Adam Preiser, WPCrafter is one of the most popular YouTube channels and blogs about WordPress.

As stated in the tagline, “WordPress reviews and tutorials for non-techies,” WPCrafter was created for non-techie people to help them get the most out of WordPress via the blog’s in-depth reviews and tutorials.

And Adam’s videos are very high-quality, and he always shares a lot of great information in them, so you don’t want to miss them.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Learning & Leveraging WordPress)

20. Frip.in

Frip.in focuses on creating in-depth reviews and analysis of WordPress themes and plugins.

It was founded by Himanshu Arora, a blogger from New Delhi, India who turned his passion into a full-time job.

If you are wondering about which plugin or theme to use for a certain purpose, then check out this blog. It has some awesome list posts.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress Themes & Plugins)

21. Elegant Themes Blog

Created by the team at Elegant Themes, I would definitely pick this site as a must-read, especially if you’re using Divi or any of their themes and plugins.

But that doesn’t mean you should ignore them if you don’t have any of their products. They share high-quality tutorials and roundup posts that you can’t afford to ignore.

(Follow this blog if you are intoDivi Theme & WordPress)

22. Kinsta Blog

Created by the team at Kinsta, a popular WordPress hosting platform founded by Mark Gavalda in 2013.

Don’t expect this to be another average blog about WordPress. The fact of the matter is that they have a lot of quality original content you can’t find anywhere else.

They don’t just post things about WordPress; they also have a lot of high-quality guides related to things like growing your blog, such as Brian Jackson’s recent List Building Guide. Check it out to see what I mean by high-quality content.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials, Tips, & Tricks)

23. MyThemeShop Blog

Created by the team behind the highly popular WordPress themes & plugins provider, MyThemeShop.

Not only does this blog share news about new themes and plugins, but they also have high quality ‘WordPress repair’ tutorials that show you how to fix a wide variety of problems that you may run into with WordPress.

And their marketing tutorials are top-notch, too. You can’t go wrong with any of their guides. For example, check out this blogging SEO guide.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress News & Tutorials)

24. Yoast Blog

Almost everyone who uses WordPress is familiar with the popular Yoast SEO plugin founded by Joost de Valk in 2010, which went on to become the #1 SEO plugin on the WordPress Directory.

Their blog helps you with everything related to SEO and WordPress so you can you grow your blog faster and rank higher on search engines.

In addition to SEO-related content, they also post their opinions on WordPress news and updates, so if you check their blog regularly, you’ll be up to date on the latest and greatest WordPress news.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress SEO)

25. Tuts+

If you really want high-quality WordPress developing tutorials, then look no further.

Tuts+, part of the Envato group, has been available for a long time.

They’re willing to pay $150 for a high-quality article with original content, which shows how serious they are about providing lots of high-quality content.

You can find a lot of great ideas here to develop your blog any way you want. Just a quick warning, many of the guides will be a bit on the geeky side.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Theme & Plugin Development)

26. SitePoint

Site Point was founded in 1999 by Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz, making it one of the oldest sites on this list.

It’s aimed at web professionals and is designed to help them with all their development questions, design issues, as well as advice for programming in some different languages.

Their WordPress section has high-quality articles that can teach you virtually anything, like how to design a theme from scratch, and so on.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Theme & Plugin Development)

27. MonsterPost by TemplateMonster

Monster Post was created by the famous TemplateMonster Marketplace.

You can expect to see high-quality articles whenever they post anything.
Usually, they share theme roundups, design tutorials, WordPress hacks, and product reviews, though they also write about a whole host of other topics.

Every WordPress user should use this site’s advice and tutorials as part of their arsenal of techniques and tactics.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Design & Development)

28. WooCommerce Blog

We all know about the popular WooCommerce plugin for WordPress. This blog contains everything related to WooCommerce and selling things via e-commerce in general.

You can expect to read not only geeky tutorials about how to customize your WooCommerce store, but also high-quality tutorials that cover things like support tips for e-commerce stores, and so on.

This is a must-read for anyone who has an e-commerce store, even if you don’t use their plugin.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WooCommerce)

29. aThemes Blog

aThemes, where the ‘a’ stands for “awesome,” was founded in 2013 by Charlie Livingston. They’re known for their themes that they sell, which are easy-to-use and come with a good support team.

Their blog consists of high-quality roundup posts for plugins and themes. I highly recommend that you check it out.

Their plugins and themes reviews are also high-quality, so check them out before making any WordPress-related purchase.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes & Plugins)

30. WPMU DEV Blog

If you’ve been using WordPress for some time now but still don’t know about WPMU Dev, then you’ve been missing out on a lot.

Founded by James Farmer, WPMU Dev has become one of the leading plugin stores in the industry.

You can expect nothing less than the best from their top-notch blog. And unlike some blogs, they aren’t pushy about constantly trying to sell their products.

Their tutorials are very high-quality and in-depth when it comes to helping you with WordPress design and development.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Development)

31. ThemeIsle Blog

The paradise island of WordPress themes.

Their site is a treasure trove of high-quality, in-depth reviews of themes and plugins, with many comparison and roundup posts to help you choose the right themes and plugins for your blog.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tips, Tricks, & Tutorials)

32. weDevs Blog

weDevs has been in the plugin business since 2008. Since then, they have been growing rapidly with their free and paid plugins. 

They have a blog section where they publish high-quality WordPress tutorials. 

Their comparison articles and list articles are top-notch. They also create their products based articles.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials, Plugins & More)

33. ShoutMeLoud

Founded by Harsh Agrawal, who has been blogging since 2006. Harsh is an inspiration for many bloggers, including me.

He started blogging on Blogspot, and once he tried WordPress, he immediately fell in love with it, which is why he posts a lot about it on his blog, which has a lot of high-quality themes and plugins reviews.

You’ll also get in-depth tutorials to help you with everything related to blogging and making money, so you can’t afford to miss his articles.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Blogging, SEO, & WordPress)

34. ManageWP Blog

ManageWP, one of the established players in the WP industry, helps you manage multiple WordPress websites efficiently.

It was bought in 2016 by Godaddy, yes, the big domain and hosting company.

Their blog is one of the most active blogs in the industry, where you can learn all about development, tips, and tricks to get your business going faster, blogging, and business management.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Business, Blogging, & WordPress)

35. Speckyboy

Another great blog that has been in operation since 2007.

Speckyboy is one of those blogs that you need to be reading if you want to learn about design and take your WordPress site to the next level.

You don’t just get design tips and tricks, but also time-saving tips, collections of resources to help you take your blog to the next level, and inspiration for UI and UX designs from all over the web.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress & Web Design)

36. WP Buffs Blog

WP Buffs is one of the leading WordPress support and maintenance companies, and it has only increased in popularity since WPCurve was sold to GoDaddy.

Their WordPress blog shares high-quality tutorials, to help you maintain your WordPress site. You also get conversion rate optimization articles to get better results for your business, eCommerce articles to take your eCommerce store on WordPress to the next level, and much more.


(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Maintenance & Services)

37. ThemeGrill Blog

Theme Grill was founded in 2014 by Sanjip Shah & Rabin Shrestha.
Theme Grill offers elegant themes and plugins to help you take your blog to the next level.

Their blog is one of the best; whenever you visit, you can see a collection of posts on the best themes and plugins for every niche, which allows you to pick and choose the ones you need.

You need to keep tabs on this blogs to know more about new themes and plugins you may be missing.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress News & Trends)

38. AccessPress Themes Blog

Founded by Arjun Singh, AccessPress Themes has a collection of high-quality themes.

Their blog is nothing less than amazing. They have high-quality how-to tutorials to help you with everything to make your site more attractive and effective.

They also share some good quality roundup posts; you need to check them out.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes)

39. WP Manage Ninja Blog

WP Manage Ninja has been known for its high-quality plugins, especially Ninja Tables. They also create niche WordPress themes.

They have a blog covering WordPress related topics.  The blog contains high-quality tutorials you can’t miss including their list articles as well.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress Plugins & Themes)

40. Layout by Flywheel

Flywheel is a managed WordPress hosting created by Dusty Davidson, Tony Noecker, and Rick Knudtson to help make designers’ lives easier.

Their blog will help you with step-by-step tutorials to help you make your WordPress blog better, and they also have roundup posts for the best themes to get.

You need to check it out not just for their design articles but also their business articles that help you improve your business.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Designing & WordPress)

41. Dessign Blog

Dessign is a company that sells premium themes at a ridiculously low cost. You can get access to all their 170+ themes for a paltry $49. Quite a deal!

Their blog is there to help you take your blog to the next level design-wise. You can see roundups of all the best themes that can work for your specific blog.

Whatever theme you want, you can find a roundup with the best themes for your specific needs.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes)

42. BobWP

When WordPress meets eCommerce, BobWP is the place to go for authoritative information.

Founded by Bob Dunn, BobWP is a blog you need to keep on your watchlist, especially if you use WordPress to launch your eCommerce store.

And if you’re using WooCommerce, then this blog is a must read, because Bob is an expert on WooCommerce.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress & eCommerce)

43. BloggersPassion

Bloggers’ Passion was launched in 2010 by Anil Agarwal.

He blogs about everything related to Blogging and WordPress. He also writes a lot of in-depth reviews on plugins, themes, tools, and hosting services that you can use to choose the right product for your business.

He also shares high-quality articles that teach you how to get more traffic and make more money from your blog.

You need to keep tabs on his blog if you want to take your blog to the next level and grow it at a high rate of speed.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Blogging, SEO, & WordPress)

44. Gomahamaya

Created by Rahul, Gomahamaya is a blog where he shares his knowledge about WordPress.

It all started on his YouTube Channel where he talks about blogging tech.

The site focuses mainly on tutorials to help you optimize your blog and create anything with the tech you have. He also creates high-quality review posts and comparison posts that you could check as well.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tips & Resources)

45. WPAll Club

WPAll Club is a club of resources to help you take your WordPress blog to the next level.

They feature top free WordPress themes and plugins to use on your blog, but that’s not all you get.

They also share high-quality tutorials to help you understand WordPress and get things done faster. In addition, they keep you up to date about all the changes in the WordPress industry by sharing breaking news articles.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Resources)

46. Pressidium Blog

Pressidium is a leading managed hosting service for WordPress.

It was launched in 2014 and has grown very rapidly since then. Their blog has also grown rapidly, as well, alongside their hosting service.

They share everything about WordPress hosting, WordPress security, WordPress tutorials to increase the speed of your blog, and much more.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Solving Technical WordPress Problems)

47. WP Eka

WP Eka is one of the most popular blogs about WordPress.

Their blog is less about reviews and roundups and more about detailed tutorials to help you take your WordPress blog to the next level.

You will also get tutorials about SEO, web design, and everything related to digital marketing.

WP Eka is another blog you need to keep in your arsenal of places to look for tutorials.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Web Design, Digital Marketing, & WordPRess)

48. Chris Lema

Chris Lema is one of my favorite WordPress consultants.

He doesn’t publish regularly, but when he does, you can’t afford to miss any of his articles.

If you want to build a membership site, look no further. Just go check out his high-quality reviews for all the options you have, which will help you figure out which one will suit your business.

(Follow this blog if you are into…The Business Side of WordPress)

49. Tom McFarlin

Tom is one of the best WordPress developers.

If you want beginner tutorials, you can look elsewhere, but if you’ve already started your blog and want to take it to the next level, then you really need to read all his articles every week, which contain intermediate to advanced level material.

He publishes 5 times a week himself, sharing high quality developing tutorials to help you take your WordPress blog to the next level.

(Follow this blog if you are into…The Practical WordPress Development)

50. WP Blog

WP Blog is on a mission to make you a WordPress wizard.

You can’t afford to miss their roundup plugins posts. They always tell about the best plugins and themes for blog growth.

And their monthly WordPress plugin review is another one you need to keep tabs on.

Furthermore, their tutorials are excellent, too. It is one of the few blogs out there that does high quality, in-depth WordPress tutorials.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials)

51. MotoPress Blog

MotoPress is known for their high-quality plugins and themes, but many people overlook their blog.

The MotoPress blog shares high-quality tutorials to help you get more done with your WordPress site by helping you learn about different plugins.

They also publish high-quality themes roundups and reviews you need to check out if you still haven’t decided on your theme or want to change it.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Plugins & Themes)

52. 85Ideas

85 Ideas was established in 2009.

Their tagline is “Learn how to make the most with WordPress,” and with over 3 million readers, they’re obviously making good on that promise.

Their plugin reviews and comparison articles are ones to look out for, and they have high-quality WordPress tutorials that are jam-packed with tips and tricks to help you get the most out of your blog.

And with their blogging for beginners guide, they help you get off to a good start with WordPress.

You seriously need to check them out, especially if you’re just getting started with WordPress.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Theme & Plugin Reviews)

53. LearnWoo

As you might have guessed, Learn Woo is all about WooCommerce and how to take your eCommerce store to the next level.

You get tutorials about everything related to getting started with WordPress, as well as WooCommerce basics to set you on the right path.

Once you’re ready for something a bit more powerful, they also have advanced tutorials you can’t find anywhere else, WooCommerce customization tutorials to make your eCommerce suit your personal needs, and WordPress security and performance tutorials to make sure your store is performing on a high level of optimization and efficiency.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WooCommerce & WordPress)

54. WP Arena

WP Arena’s mission is to take WordPress to the next level through their how-to tutorials and valuable resources, and they don’t disappoint at all with their blog.

They share high-quality WordPress tutorials with tips and tools to help you take your blog to the next level.

Their plugins review is another thing you need to check out for before making any plugin purchases.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes, Plugins, Hosts, etc)

55. WP Newsify

If you expect this blog to just focus on WordPress news, then you’re wrong.

Yes, they share news, but their how-to tutorials are very high-quality, and you can’t afford to miss them.

They have tutorials to help you do almost anything with your blog, and they share good roundup themes and plugins posts, which I always look out for.

(Follow this blog if you are into…Getting Weekly WordPress News)

56. Solvid Blog

Solvid is a great service provider to help you with everything related to design, SEO, content marketing, and copywriting.

They share high-quality articles not just about WordPress themes and plugins, but also about SEO, blogging, email marketing, and social media.
It’s a right blend of all these topics, all of which you need to grow your business.

Their tutorials are of high quality, and you can’t afford to miss them.

(Follow this blog if you are into…SEO & WordPress)

57. WPKlik

Created by a group of Pro WordPress users, WPKlik focuses on sharing everything related to WordPress and helping the WordPress community. The team contains programming wizards, top-level designers, and content editors.

They share high-quality WordPress tutorial to help you get the most out of the WordPress features available. There are a lot of WordPress themes articles to help you find top themes in the industry and follow the latest trends.

WordPress plugin articles are also helpful. Their review posts show you which ones are best to use.

(Follow this blog if you are into… Anything Related to WordPress)

58. Cats Who Code

Founded by 2008, Cats Who Code was created to help developers, designers and webmasters to build and maintain their sites via high-quality resources and tutorials.

They are not swamped with product reviews like some WP blogs are. Instead, they share tutorials and guides to help you avoid mistakes and get your blog growing.

It is an excellent blog to keep in your arsenal.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Development)

59. WPGlossy

WP Glossy is a blog that creates a wide spectrum of articles related to WordPress including news, discounts and how-to guides.

Created by two WordPress enthusiasts, Sakthi Kumaran & Nirmala, who has been in the industry for a long time.

You can’t go wrong with their tutorials and reviews.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials, News, & Plugins)

60. WP Hive

WP Hive is another blog that is focused on creating WordPress tutorials and SEO.

They usually publish only high-quality articles. I like the style of their list posts where they compare different plugins to show you which plugin is best for you.

But don’t forget their guides, especially their SEO ones.

They don’t have a constant schedule, but once they publish an article, you need to check it out.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress Tutorials, SEO, News, Plugins)

61. Themesgrove Blog

Created in 2016, Themesgrove is focused mainly on creating user-friendly plugins and themes to help WordPress users.

Their official blog contains some top quality articles from the view of developers who are also business people to help you pick the perfect plugins.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes & Plugins)

62. Income Mesh

As you can see from the name, this blog is focused on the income part of the equation.

John’s tutorials are of high-quality, and he shares different ways to make sure you are getting the most from your WordPress blogs.

Make sure to check out his guides on conversion rate optimization and website speed. It needs to be on the list of every WordPress blog because if you can’t get the money part right, you won’t continue doing what you are doing. You really need to check out this blog.

(Follow this blog if you are into… Making Money From Your WordPress Blog)

63. WP Eagle

Full of content from the WP Eagle YouTube channel, WP Eagle is full of video tutorials and how-to guides on WordPress. One thing that differentiates WP Eagle from other WordPress sites is the focus on using WordPress for affiliate marketing, including how to create and promote your very own affiliate marketing website.

You can also hook up with Alex from WP Eagle every Wednesday on his live stream.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Video Tutorials)

64. Solwin Infotech

Founded by Sanjay Dabhoya, Solwin Infotech is a web and mobile application development company from India. It has an amazing blog that covers WordPress related topics like best WordPress themes, plugins, tips & tricks and more.

They are especially popular for their WordPress roundup posts.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Themes & Plugins)

65. WPCTRL

WP Ctrl is a great blog to help you with tutorials, so you can catch up with the latest WordPress trends.

Their review posts are top-notch as well. They review free and paid plugins and themes to help you find the perfect tool for your site.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress Tips & Resources)

66. WP Doze

Created by Dragos, who has been blogging for over 10 years now, WP Doze focuses on creating WordPress & WooCommerce tutorials.

It also has a deal section to get WordPress coupon codes for themes and plugins. 

Dragos has two other sites that are focused on different topics related to tech. His tutorials are top-notch. You need to check them out.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress & WooCommerce Tutorials)

67. Navin Rao

Navin Rao is known for his blog QuestionCage, but this blog is focused mostly on WordPress.

He doesn’t just cover plugins & SEO, but he also creates high-quality tutorials to help you fix different problems and get the most out of WordPress.

He creates his posts focusing on helping people use WordPress to grow their business. You need to check out his blog.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress Tutorials)

68. WPChime

WPChime is a blog that aims as they say to “harmonize your online business with the best of what WordPress has to offer and help you achieve your goals better.”

It is not just focused on the DIY website, but also DIY SEO, DIY security, and of course how to get the most out of WordPress.

(Follow this blog if you are into… WordPress & SEO Tips)

69. Road To Blogging

Last but not least is my another blog, Road To Blogging.

Road to Blogging does contain information about WordPress, but it isn’t limited to just that. It also helps you with everything related to blogging, affiliate marketing, SEO, social media marketing and other business-related topics.

I won’t say much about my tutorials right now, but you ought to check them out.

(Follow this blog if you are into…WordPress & Blogging)

Conclusion

WordPress as a community that has grown super fast. As the company grows, more and more people are experimenting with how to take their WordPress sites to the next levels.

You don’t need to start from ground zero. Tap into the experiences of others and start out one step ahead of everyone else.

These are the top 51 blogs that I really love. They represent a good place to kickstart your knowledge about WordPress.

Tell us in the comments below which one of these is your favorite and if we missed any other great blogs.

34 thoughts on “50+ Best WordPress Blogs To Follow & Read (2019)”

  1. Great list Istiak.
    I mostly follow the mentioned in this huge list and some are new to me.

    This post is one stop solution for anyone who is looking for WordPress tips and guides.

  2. Useful list of resources Istiak!

    I do follow some of the blogs mentioned. BloggersPassion and Road to blogging, been really helpful for my SEO needs and would recommend the same.

    I have another website you might want to consider adding to the list of resources.

    Source: https://wpvilla.com/

    Thanks,
    Bijay

  3. Great list Istiak.
    I mostly follow the mentioned in this huge list and some are new to me.

    This post is one stop solution for anyone who is looking for WordPress tips and guides.

  4. Hi,
    Great stuff buddy.
    Great post, I have read this post here I got very useful information. This is a very useful article for online review readers. Keep it up such a nice posting like this. I started a Blog and Hopefully, it will be successful like you.
    Thanks for the share.

  5. A well crafted round up, great work Rayhan.
    I must say this post should be bookmarked by one who wants to learn WordPress from scratch.

    either way you are posting awesome content everytime.

  6. This is an awesome list of WordPress Blogs. I do regularly follow many of them, though few were completely new for me. Will check out those as well. Thanks, Istiak for all the hard work. It was helpful!

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