Following WordPress on Twitter

Over my time spent on both twitter and WordPress I found some great WordPress people on Twitter.

Here is a list of some great accounts to follow on Twitter if you what to stay up to date on new themes, updates, news, plugins, tutorials  and whatever else you can think of concerning WordPress.

@PremiumWPblog1

“Aims to provide easy, affordable and superior quality wordpress solutions for every niche.”

You can find some nice premium themes on this twitter.  

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@ElevenThemes

“Our themes are professionally design and developed for WordPress enthusiasts, bloggers, designers & developers.”

Personally, I REALY like their style of Themes. They have two at the time but they look great.

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@MinimalWP

Minimal WP Themes is a WordPress theme shop for those looking for simple, minimal inspired themes.”

These guys don’t tweet that much but they simply have some cool themes.

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@CPOthemes

“Our main focus when developing each theme is quality, not quantity, and we carefully take our time to iterate through the design process to ensure its ready.”

At this point their themes are free.

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@Westi

WordPress lead developer | Happiness Gardener | Code Dreamer | Ex-Embedded Firmware Developer | Photographer | Music lover | http://en.gravatar.com/westi

West Sussex, UK · http://peter.westwood.name

Peter Westwood is one of the Lead Developers of WordPress. He is a great person to follow to stay up to date on WordPress.

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@DaveCoveney

I run interconnect/it where we do our best to develop the finest custom WordPress solutions. I’m only happy if our clients are happy.

Liverpool · http://interconnectit.com

This guy is super helpful. He talks about WordPress and a ton of other computer/tech stuff. I have also replied/ asked questions on  twitter and he replies back. 

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@WordPressAPI

Free WordPress themes, wordpress Plugins, WordPress API, WordPress tutorials, wordpress tips, wordpress tutorials, PHP, Ruby on Rails, Javascript

This account has really come in helpful when I need some help with code, they also have plugin and widget reviews.

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@AlexMoss

“SEO and WordPress plugin developer in the UK. Partner@PleerSEO, Head of SEO @Bancmedia, eater of food and watcher of television.

Manchester, UK · http://alex-moss.co.uk/

This guy is super helpful with WordPress in general and plugin info.

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@SimpleDream

“Outdoorsman, polyglot, second-culture kid, and recovering RVer. Themes & Customization group lead at Automattic.

Tucson, Arizona · http://simpledream.net/

He talks a lot about what is happening with WordPress.

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@WPCandy 

“We’re a blog about WordPress. Yes, we realize how crazy meta that is.

The Internet · http://wpcandy.com/

That about sums them up. For the WordPress lover.

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@WordPress

“Updates and other fun stuff related to WordPress.org (that’s the self-hosted version).

All over the world · http://wordpress.org

Who is better to follow then WordPress.

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@WordPressDOTcom

“News from WordPress.com (that’s the hosted version). Follow@wordpress for .org updates. Get support at:http://support.wordpress.com/contact/

All over the world · http://wordpress.com

If you want to see whats happening with WordPress follow them.

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@WPStyles

“Bringing transparency to the marketplace of WordPress themes, also soon we’ll be selling our own themes :).

· http://wpstyles.org

I love this site! You can find lots of great WordPress themes on here and some great in-depth info about them.

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@WPShower

“We create WordPress themes.

· http://wpshower.com

WPshower has some very unique themes, I love them and have tested them out and they are coded wonderfully. 

Klout.com

What is Klout?

Klout measures influence online using data from your social networks. Anywhere you have an online presence, you have the opportunity to influence people by creating or sharing content that inspires actions such as likes, retweets, comments and more. The more engagement your posts receive, the more influential you are. Klout uses this information to provide you aKlout Score that measures your overall influence.

Here is a list of things that you do on your Social Medias that give you Klout.

  • Twitter: Retweets and Mentions
  • Facebook: Comments, Wall-Posts, Likes
  • LinkedIn: Comments, Likes
  • Foursquare: Tips, To-Do’s, Done
  • Google+: Comments, Reshares, +1

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I use Klout and have found it really useful.

Here is a link to my profile.

You can link a all your social media accounts together on Klout.

At this point Klout only draws data from your Twitter, Facebook, and Google + accounts (if you have them connected to your Klout). You can still all of your other accounts, by doing so an icon will be on your Klout profile to go to your LinkedIn, ext.

Right now you can connect

  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Google +
  • LinkedIn
  • Foursquare
  • YouTube
  • Instagram
  • Tumblr
  • Blogger
  • WordPress.com
  • Last.fm
  • Flickr

More are coming.

 

 

Tumblr.

As of January 5th I have been on Tumblr, and have really enjoyed it.

You can find me under juleahkaliski.tumblr.com

You can follow, reblog, and like my posts on Tumblr now.

Things have been really fun and wonderful on Tumblr.

Hope to see you on Tumblr.

Be Awesome, Be a Maker.

Juleah Kaliski

Two new WP themes

Two new Premium Themes have been created by Takashi Irie on WordPress.com

To read the post written by WordPress.com follow this link -> New Themes: Duet and ThemeMin

1. Duet

Out of the two new theme I really like this one and how well the layout looks.

Duet is tailored for writers, journalists, and business bloggers. Meticulously crafted and refined options provide you with the power to effortlessly customize your theme. Choose and mix from ten accent fonts, and five body fonts to discover the perfect typographic style for your website. You can also upload a custom logo image to put your own personal stamp on your blog.
With a flexible featured slider, your readers have no chance to miss your important posts. Duet comes with more great features, so be sure to read about it on the showcase page.
Next up is ThemeMin, designed by Themify.

 

2. ThemeMin

ThemeMin is a minimal, light-weight, and fast-loading theme that focuses on typography. Together, all of these elements help to provide a comfortable reading experience. ThemeMin comes with a featured posts carousel on the front page. Plus, you can mix and match between five color schemes, three site layout options, and two post layout options until you find a combination that hits the spot for your blog. Go find more about the theme on its showcase page.

I hope this post was helpful.

Twitter Blackbird Pie

“Add awesome looking embedded HTML representations of actual tweets in your blog posts just by adding simple shortcodes.”

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This plugin works for WordPress.org blogs.

I have tested this plugin out and it worked wonderfully for me.

With this plugin you can create what is called “Pies”. As said above “embedded HTML representations of actual tweets in your blog posts”

This plugin also has a TinyMCE editor button to easily search and embed a tweet  like this 

Plugin Author: bradvin