About LayerWP & Me.
Who am I? Why should you listen to me?
So Who Am I?
My names Ben, I’ve been using WordPress for what seems like forever. I’m an avid writer by choice, not by necessity, and love creating content about WordPress, whether it’s how-to’s, reviews, or general opinion.
It’s my go-to platform for building websites, whether it’s personal projects, sites for friends or family, and obviously in the creation of LayerWP.
Some have even said they love how I put things together. Thanks, Mum.
Easy to follow, informative, no fluff.
Easy to understand
I write in an easy to understand way, making sure the content, whether it’s a guide or review is written in a way that benefits you.
Either by helping you learn something new or by helping you decide on whether a plugin/theme or service is right for your needs based on my findings.
Tips & Tutorials.
Don’t expect in-depth articles on coding or anything like that. Not because I don’t want to you understand, I’m not a coder, and I’d be lying if I said I was.
The last thing I want to do is mislead you, so if you’re looking for coding tips, etc., I’m not for you.
Interviews With WordPress Peeps.
If, however, you like an in-depth tutorial, maybe a review of a theme/plugin or a service, then welcome. I’ll do my best by you.
All reviews and tutorials are written with you in mind. I review the good and the bad, arming you with enough info to make the right choice.
Reasons to read LayerWP
There is a wealth of WordPress blogs about WordPress on the web, some better than others. Why bother reading what I put out there?
Well, I’ll be honest; I’m different; I don’t follow any hard and fast set rules. LayerWP is a place for me to share my experiences, whether that’s from performing reviews, giving tutorials, or a general opinion piece.
I tell it like it is. Yup, I do. If I review a WordPress theme or plugin/service, I’ll give you an honest verdict based on my experience. No bluff, if there’s something wrong or something I didn’t like, I’ll tell you.
If it’s excellent, I’ll tell you. I have no allegiance to anyone, which means I can be impartial and offer a truthful account of a WordPress product.
One that I hope will aid you in whether or not you want to purchase the product in question or install the theme/plugin if it’s free.
If you’d like to learn more about my review process, I’ve put a little something together for you with my guide on how I review WordPress themes/plugins and services.