WordPress Plugin Developer – How to Work Towards a Better Blogging Platform?
How can you hire a WordPress Plugin developer for your business? What are the steps involved? Well the first step is to identify your problem areas and identify your required WordPress developers. There are several ways of doing that. Here are some:
i. Write a short project description on your website or blog. You will want to clearly define your target audience and explain what are the requirements and functions that your website/blog needs. Then create a project summary containing all the information that you have listed above. Furthermore, you may also want to create a project link on your homepage that points to your website where you can showcase your completed or available plugins.
ii. Contact several potential WordPress plugin developers and describe your problem and needs in detail. You will need to create a toptal on your website or blog that highlights your need. It should provide details about the type of content management system you are using, how many plugins and what specific functionality you are looking for from a developer.
iii. Create a contact form on your website or blog. You can use one of several popular web hosting platforms such as Word press, Blogger or even forums to create a contact form directly on your site. Once you have done this yoast seo services provider will be able to easily search out and contact you.
iv. Finally, create a toptal describing the WordPress plugins that are necessary to carry out your WordPress based business. You can use the ‘specifications’ page within the WordPress control panel to create this toptal. Once this toptal is published it will be seen by any Google search engine that is registered to using the WordPress platform.
This will result in the developer being able to search your site for potential candidates. Voila! You will be notified via email if there is a match. If there is no match then a second try will be made with a different set of keywords. Continue this process until all plugins that you require are found and submitted for next version publishing.
All said and done, I would recommend that you keep a log (or series of logs) on your total about every step that you take during your WordPress plugin development process. Create a thread about every step that you take and post them to one of the popular blog sites. This will help you track the progress that you are making and it will also help you see the performance that your various plugins are generating. When you think you have reached a level of comfort with each plugin and that the final touches are being applied then you can go back and review the logs that you created prior to this point in time.
Blackbox plugin developers make a mistake by providing too many global variables. You see, global variables are nice to have but often end up creating more problems than they fix. The reason for this is that the wrong use of a global variable can cause the wrong thing to happen. For example, if an addon requires that you login with a Gmail account then you may have inadvertently set the global username in your WP pw plugin. Now, when you login as Gmail and try to view the blog then your IP will be blocked and you won’t be able to view the blog. You will also be unable to comment on the blog or ping the blog due to the fact that Gmail has controls over that functionality.