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A great read on who is keeping WordPress alive: from contributors to business owners, hobbyists, customers and consumers, volunteers, educators, and a few more categories. Hats off to everyone in either category for making WordPress what it is now. Which one are you?
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If you want to host a giveaway on your website, Torque tells you how to do it. But first, make sure to ask yourself if doing it is helping your business at all.
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