please share: 0 0 0 Income reports are all the rage right now. Since WPscoop does not generate any income yet I decided to call this post a growth report instead. It tells the story of how I built a WordPress resource site over the past 1.5 years with all its successes and failures. Mixed in are several of the lessons I have learned along the way. So that you get a better understanding of where this site is coming from – and with the danger of boring you right away – I decided to start with… A Short History Of WPscoop I bought this site in early 2010 in an auction on the popular website marketplace Flippa. At this point WPscoop was a Reddit clone where users could submit, share and upvote WordPress related content. The site was nothing big but it had a small following of regular users and received a few thousand visitors per month. I don’t remember the exact details but I probably had big plans for the site back then. And as happens so often I never found any time to carry them out, since I was completely focused on my WordPress products (which were earning me money). The site was left abandoned and turned into a spam-infested hell rather quickly, which caused it to lose all of its
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