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What we stand for​

CodeinWP is a blog about all things WordPress.

Our goal is to provide easy to digest content that helps you understand various aspects of the WordPress platform, plus what you can build with it.

Every week, you can expect new tutorials, lists, comparison posts, and highly researched pieces that go into the inner workings of WordPress and how to get the most out of it.

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How it started

"I launched the CodeinWP blog back in June 2013. The original idea was to teach our clients how to do some specific things with WordPress, and thus help them build more effective websites. Then, over time, the blog started reaching more and more people until finally it has evolved into what it is today - a large online publication with multiple people putting in their best work to make our content great."


Who we are


Love to travel, share and help others, I am working with WordPress at Passionated by Growth Hacking and the big things around me (trying to understand people, society, economy and our world).

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KAROL K, Editor

Creates content, manages CodeinWP’s team of writers and makes sure that every piece of content you see on this blog looks great! Author of “WordPress Complete.” Professional yerba mate drinker.

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ADELINA TUCA, Staff Writer

Writer and WordPress blogger at Themeisle and CodeinWP. Handling content partnerships, doing outreach, and making sure JustFreeThemes is up to date. She loves tennis, hiking, metal concerts, and books.

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Writer for hire with a background in SEO and affiliate marketing. He helps clients grow their web visibility by writing primarily about digital marketing, WordPress, and B2B topics.

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CodeinWP is funded through commissions

Banners or popup ads have never been our thing. We believe that those make consuming content harder and interrupt the reader in ways that are not helpful in what they want to achieve. That’s why we’ve opted not to use traditional advertising altogether.

However, CodeinWP is still a business, and as such, it needs revenue sources to keep the lights on 🛋️ (and make a profit, ideally).

This is where affiliate links come into play. Some of our posts contain them. If you click on such an affiliate product link and end up making a purchase 🛍️, we’ll receive a commission from the seller. The amount you pay for the product doesn’t increase, so there’s no cost on your part. 

These affiliate commissions help us keep the business running. 🏃‍♂️

We believe using affiliate links is a better overall business model than traditional ads.

  • First, there’s the interruption issue with regular ads that we mentioned above.
  • Second, traditional ads don’t provide any actual value above letting the person know about a given product.

It’s a different story with affiliate links.

You’ll notice that each product we link to via an affiliate link has a description of what it is, why the reader should consider it, plus often what its pros and cons are. That way, the reader gets some context regarding the link in question and can decide whether they want to check the thing out or not.

Oftentimes, our affiliate links are used in head-to-head comparisons and reviews, which provide the reader with even more hands-on information about the product in question.

Publishing this content helps our readers save time and stress when figuring out what to buy (product X vs Y). We always aim to tell you what the best “thing” in a given comparison is and we put our reputation on it.

The recommendations we make are a result of in-depth analysis, testing, and hours of work spent on a single blog resource, comparison, or review. We pride ourselves on always getting to the bottom of things and spending as much time and energy as needed to get there.

You’re probably wondering if using affiliate links doesn’t make us biased or have influence over our judgment.

The short answer is no. But it goes deeper:

Our recommendations are always made entirely by the writer working on a given piece and aren’t influenced by our affiliations in the market. It’s the writer who has the full authority and independence to name the top solution according to their analysis and conclusions.

We only affiliate with recognizable brands and quality products. This makes recommending them very easy and intuitive.

In simple terms, we never say that some product is great because we’re affiliated with it. It’s the other way around: we affiliate only with products that we think are great.

On the other hand, we’ve also promoted and recommended our fair share of non-affiliate products and solutions, and even named them to be better than some of the more commercial stuff out there. One of the best examples of this and something we recommend across tens of different resources and content pieces is WordPress itself (for general site-building) along with WooCommerce (for eCommerce site building). 

First, it’s illegal not to disclose affiliations.

But apart from that, we’ve decided to take this opportunity and opt for full transparency. This is why we’re getting so in-depth about our affiliations and why we’re taking part in them.

  • Hosting: SiteGround, Bluehost, WP Engine, Kinsta, InMotion Hosting, Flywheel, A2 Hosting, Namecheap, GoDaddy, Dreamhost, HostGator, Hostinger, Cloudways, WPX hosting,
  • Email marketing tools: Sendinblue, OptinMonster, AWeber, MailJet, ConstantContact, ConvertKit, ActiveCampaign, MailerLite
  • WordPress themes and design resources: Elegant Themes, Astra, OceanWP, Envato / ThemeForest, TemplateMonster, Thrive Themes, Themefuse, Athemes, CreativeTim, Templatic, WPZoom
  • WordPress plugins: Elementor, Beaver Builder, WPForms, BlogVault, TranslatePress, UpdraftPlus, Convert Pro, WeGlot, MalCare, WPML, Unbounce
  • Website builders: Wix, Shopify, BigCommerce
  • Online tools and other: LiveChat, MaxCDN, SEMrush, TimeDoctor, Dashlane, 1Password, Lastpass, Magento Marketplace, BackBlaze, iDrive, iStock, EverWebinar, Toptal, Crash Plan, Codeable, Google Workspace
  • Online education: Udemy, Treehouse

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