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Design for WP is the free resource website for WordPress site owners and admins, both beginners and experts. We help you to build and maintain your own WordPress site and optimize every aspect of it. Our blog provides you with guides, resources, research articles and tutorials of all sorts to get the most out of WordPress. You are free to use and share the tricks mentioned in our posts in your free or commercial projects. You are also welcome to reference our articles on your own blogs or sites as long as you give us full credit from that article including a link to the original article on designforwp.com. You are usually free to establish a hypertext link to any of our article pages so long as the link does not create a false implication of sponsorship or endorsement of your site by Design for WP.
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How Design for WP works
Design for WP is a free service and hosts a series of articles written by our own team as well as by guest bloggers. Our goal is to share learnings about WordPress with readers through understandable content, so that everyone is able to create their own website or manage existing websites. As a Design for WP team, we have experience as self-employed web designers and developers in which we have worked with WordPress for many years. This gave us clear insights on problems we often stumbled upon but also gave us a look on recurring questions that we got from clients (who in some cases took over website maintenance after we handed over their new website). We write articles on this blog with that knowledge in mind. This is why our articles are written for a broad audience: for site owners and admins, beginners and experts, designers and developers, individuals and businesses.
Across our website we make use of affiliate marketing, which we will explain below. We also accept forms of cash advertising, sponsorships and paid insertions on our blog, such as the ads found in our sidebars or content.
We can earn referral fees when you buy services or products that we recommend. On our website, you might find those so-called affiliate links in, for example, blog posts. When you click on these link, you are tagged with a special cookie to track the referral. If you end up buying the product, then they pay us a referral fee. Affiliate programs are offered by the biggest brands on the internet, such as Google and Amazon, but also by many providers who create themes, plugins, and other services. Many sites use affiliate marketing to pay the bills, and we do too.
Affiliate marketing is often a win-win situation for both the visitor and us. It doesn’t cost you any money, ever, (in fact, you often actually save money because we refer to great discounts) and it gives us a small fee because we referred you to the product that we believe in. It is important to know that everything in this process is completely anonymous. We never know that you personally made a payment and do not see any of your personal information; we only see that an anonymous user made a purchase on a specific date and time and which product that was. With the commission we earn, we will fund Design for WP, both on the server infrastructure part as well as on the content creation part.