WHAT’S GOOD, WORDPRESS BLOGGERS?

The WordPress gaming community has been incredibly rad and I’m proud to be a part of such a welcoming, altruistic group of individuals who share this common interest of ours.

Chatting with fellow WordPress games bloggers via Twitter and our open-community Discord channel (join us at Support Class!) has helped overcome writer’s block, kept the creative juices flowing, and, quite simply, provided hours of equally meaningful and absurd conversation.

Hopefully, you not only find the content hidden behind these links enjoyable but find a few new blogs to follow in the process!

Since I only tend to catch up on the various WordPress blogs I follow once per week (I’m so very bad about leaving comments), I think I’m going to make it a point to keep signal-boosting some of them on a weekly basis.

I’m always on the lookout for more WordPress gaming blogs to follow, so if your favorite contributor isn’t on the list above feel free to sound off in the comments with a link to a recent post you enjoyed. I’ll definitely check them out and toss them a follow!

21 thoughts on “WHAT’S GOOD, WORDPRESS BLOGGERS?

  1. Thanks for shuttling people over to the Miracle Warriors review! Your continued support in all my ventures is continually appreciated! I’m generally behind in WP updates, so this post’ll help to streamline my focus!

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      1. Yes, yes it does! And yeah, it’s been hard to post lately with the lack of games popping up in town here. There are a couple of swaps coming up in October, so hopefully I can put something together about those events. Either way, thanks for finding a way to be supportive even if I’m against the grain of most folks here :D

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  2. Thanks so much for the shoutout, my wonderful friend! And thanks for rounding these up again! I have so much to catch up on!! Hopefully, I can do that soon with my upcoming vacation!

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    1. Thanks! It’s the same theme it’s been for over a year now, but I did change the font, its size, and color, as well as the background color to kind of match Twitter’s Night Mode setup. Seems easier on the eyes.

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  3. As always thanks for the shout out AND for helping to bring back the word “rad.” Seriously. It’s a quick easy way to denote coolness and I’m here for that. You are actually good at comments! Or…I just suck worse. You know what…I don’t think people notice or care as much as I worry. We can’t leave a jaw droppingly insightful treatise on every post, and I think that’s okay 😋

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    1. Haha, right? It’s like the “like” button on Twitter. I use it to let someone know I read and enjoyed their tweet, but have nothing to really add to the conversation. That’s how I use likes on WP too! It does feel good to see people taking time out of their day to leave comments and engage on my website, but I understand how busy things get and sometimes just reading it is enough.

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