You have been blogging a while. You probably invested a lot of time and money into your blog but have realised that something is still not working well: your mobile visitors are abandoning your site because it takes a long time to load.
We are happy to announce that we’ve recently closed a €100,000 seed round of funding from three Spanish angel investors: José María Torroja, Walter Kobylanski and Diego Mariño. We plan to use the seed funds to expand our team, develop new features to make our product more competitive and focus our marketing strategies on customer acquisition.
Now that we are less than a month away from WordCamp Europe, we wanted to do our bit for the most important WordPress conference in the world. This year, we’ve tried to do what we do best to share it with you: a mobile app.
The first WordCamp Madrid (#WCMadrid) took place last weekend (April 22nd-23rd) at Campus Madrid, a Google space for entrepreneurs, with a total of 250 attendees (plus live stream viewers). As usual, this was a great opportunity to share knowledge, meet new people and learn from the community.
So you have created your app and submitted it to the stores. You are excited to share it on all your social media profile pages and can’t wait to see how many people use it. But a few weeks later nothing extraordinary happens: your app has no more than 30 downloads.
WordCamp Europe 2016 (#WCEU) took place over the weekend (June 24-26th) in Vienna with 1952 attendees. Three days of talks, meetups, community, and much more. It was not only the largest WordCamp ever but also our first WordPress event, and we must admit that it couldn’t have been better!
When it comes to using the power of modern technology to your best advantage, a mobile app is the top way to ensure that your WordPress blog is read by as many people as possible. As the mobile app industry continues to grow exponentially, its viability as a form of marketing will also continue to […]
The media scene and the consuming habits of contents have been in constant evolution through the years. With the appearance of blogs and social media citizen journalism was born, as well as a democratization of information. Then, news organizations began to realise (late) that rules were changing. Soon after, the rise of smartphones changed the paradigm […]
If you want your blog to succeed, you must know where to focus your efforts. Knowing what kinds of posts drive quality traffic to your site, or how your users interact with your content can put you on the right track to keep on growing your audience.