It’s a huge day for us as we proudly welcome the popular WordPress blog WPLift to the UnlimitedWP family. 

Since 2010, the site has firmly established itself as the premier destination for WordPress users looking to learn how to make the most of the world’s widely-used website platform.

Packed with news, reviews, and how-tos for WordPress fans of all levels of experience, WPLift regularly attracts thousands of visitors daily, and we’re delighted to have them join our team.

Why We Bought WPLift?

There’s an abundance of reasons why we chose to acquire WPLift, not least because we’ve always been impressed by the great work they’ve been doing over the past 12 years.

Long before we even considered making them an offer, we’d worked with the site’s editorial team on multiple occasions and always found them to be highly knowledgeable and just as passionate as we are about empowering people to put WordPress to work in growing their business. 

Whether they’re outlining the best way to speed up WordPress or helping new users determine the best page builder to use, the site’s beginner-friendly approach has helped thousands of brands, bloggers, and entrepreneurs from a broad cross-section of industries.

If you know anything about our work as white-label WordPress service providers, you probably don’t need us to inform you how excited we were to find a site whose goals and vision closely matched our own.

Still, all that doesn’t explain why we went looking to buy a WordPress media site in the first place. 

The answer to that is pretty simple: 

It allows us to help others while at the same time ensuring that we always stay ahead of the game when it comes to the latest developments regarding all things related to WordPress.

Here’s how:

Giving Back to the WordPress Community

Day in, and day out, our outsourced WP development specialists dedicate most of their time to WordPress, relying on the plethora of premium-quality themes, plugins, and resources contributed by the vast WordPress community to grow a successful business that we can all be proud of. 

Having gained so much from this community, we firmly believed that it was our time to give something back. 

Purchasing a blog allows us to do that.

While UnlimitedWP may be focused on working primarily with agencies, joining forces with WPLift gives us a platform where we can share the knowledge, experience, and insights we’ve gained through completing over 20,000 WordPress tasks with the wider community. It also allows us to help different kinds of individuals and small business owners we usually don’t reach. 

Expanding Our WordPress Knowledge 

Teaching others wasn’t the only reason why we decided to invest in WPLift. We also realize that we still have a lot to learn, and running a blog that so many rely on for accurate, informative advice and guidance certainly allows us to do that. 

Make no mistake; the WordPress ecosystem is constantly evolving, with new updates and products continuously affecting how we use our favorite platform. 

Taking over the reins of a site like WPLift challenges us to continually stay abreast of all those latest developments and learn more about how we can all truly use WordPress to its full potential. 

What the Future Holds for UnlimitedWP and WPLift?

As the old saying goes, “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

For the most part, that’s definitely our attitude toward our new blog. 

As we advance, WPLift will continue to share many of the plugins and hosting reviews, tutorials, and news round-ups that have helped the site attract an audience of over thousand visitors per day.

Still, that’s not to say that we don’t have our own vision for developing the WPLift brand and providing even more valuable resources to benefit the WordPress community.

In the near future, fans of the blog can expect to enjoy all of the following new features.

Developer Interviews

There are so many talented developers out there doing so many amazing things with WordPress that often go unnoticed or unheard of by the wider WP community. 

We want to change all that. 

Over the next few months, we’ll be reaching out to top developers from around the world and offering them a platform to share what works for them and what doesn’t and to give us their thoughts on the future of WordPress via a series of developer interviews. 

Use Case Examples 

One of WPLift’s star attractions is its series of tutorials which detail how certain tools and services can solve particular problems. 

While we’ll undoubtedly be keeping those in place, we want to go one step further with the site’s tutorials by offering complete start-to-finish guides on creating all kinds of websites. 

From affiliate sites to eCommerce stores, delivery services, and more, the possibilities with WordPress are practically endless, and we can’t wait to show you everything you need to tap into those possibilities for yourself. 

A Number One Source of WordPress News 

As we mentioned earlier, the only thing that’s consistent about WordPress is that it’s constantly changing and evolving.

Whether we talk about the updates to the core platform or brand-new game-changing products and features, there’s never a dull moment in the WP ecosystem. 

One of our primary goals with WPLift is to make it the number one source for timely and relevant WordPress news that covers all of these updates and developments in an honest, unbiased, and easy-to-digest way. 

What’s Next for Our New Partnership?

Our acquisition of WPLift is such a recent development that we’re still settling in and finding our feet. 

We’ve been getting to know the existing WordPress team and putting plans together to attract new WordPress writers who can help us create all this valuable content. 

So, while you won’t see any immediate changes to the blog, you can be sure that you’ll start seeing them soon. 

If you’re interested in getting on board as a contributor, you can contact us here

If you can’t wait to hear about all the new features we’ll be adding to WPLift, the best way to do that is to follow WPLift on Facebook or Twitter.
While you’re waiting, why not check WPLift for yourself or explore the articles we’ve published on our blog?