10.There are a lot of WordPress plugins out there
9. Gutenberg Blocks is the talk of the town (but I am still not convinced)
8. A lot of people really seem to like Elementor
With a lot of small businesses requiring some nice looking layouts on their website which are simple for the end user to navigate and simple for the webmaster to update, it’s a much debated topic on how to achieve this balance. Elementor seems to do the trick. We’ve been using it a lot on the websites we are building and it was reassuring to hear that people at Wordcamp are too. I suggest you try it yourself and let me know what you think. You can download it here.
Or of course if you need help installing it on your site, let us know!
7. Advanced Custom Fields rock! (And it was created right here in Australia!)
6. Virtual assistants are still a thing
5. The discovery of ice in your long black coffee
4. Plugins that I wish I knew about a year ago
3. You can generate quite a good income off a website
Wordcamp is always great for networking with other developers about their experiences. We were fortunate enough to talk to a couple who had created a WordPress website and invested in their passion, Korean Cooking.
What started out a hobby, has now become a full time job. With the combination of income from advertising and cookbooks the couple were earning over six-figures in a year. Impressive! Show my new friends your support and check out mykoreankitchen.com to see why.