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    5 Ways to Get Started On Your Side Hustle


    At Automattic, we believe in making the web a better place by helping people get access to powerful tools that help them tell their stories and turn their passion into an income generator.

    During the pandemic, we noticed that people were focusing on their side hustle and building a trusted …

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    WordPress.com Design Update for a More Intuitive Experience


    We’re excited to tell you more about WordPress.com’s new navigation experience. The update makes managing your entire site more intuitive and creates consistency across all parts of WordPress.com. This update also allows you all to take advantage of the wider WordPress open source community, creating the same admin menu as …

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    Join Us in Honoring Transgender Day of Remembrance


    Today, November 20th, people around the world pause to bear witness to Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day dedicated to honoring the memory of those murdered because of anti-transgender prejudice. Transgender Day of Remembrance reminds us to fight against forces that devalue transgender lives every day. To bring awareness to this …

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    Say Hello to the WordPress Block Editor


    On June 1 we’ll be retiring our older WordPress.com editor and transitioning to the more recent (and more powerful) WordPress block editor. Want to know how this may affect your site and what you can expect? Read on.

    If you’ve launched your WordPress.com site in the past year and a …

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    Power users rejoice: you’ve got SFTP and database access


    Three new hosting management tools give you direct access to your site’s files and data.

    Have a site on a Business or eCommerce plan? Now you have three new ways to customize your WordPress.com site: SFTP access, database access, and PHP version switching give you behind-the-scenes access to the nuts …

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    A New Way to Earn Money on WordPress.com


    It’s hard to be creative when you’re worried about money. Running ads on your site helps, but for many creators, ad revenue isn’t enough. Top publishers and creators sustain their businesses by building reliable income streams through ongoing contributions.

    Our new Recurring Payments feature for WordPress.com and Jetpack-powered sites lets …

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    Four New WordPress.com Color Schemes


    We heard you: You want bolder and brighter colors on WordPress.com. Today we’re bringing your WordPress.com dashboard to life with four new color schemes: introducing Midnight, Sunset, Ocean, and Contrast.

    You may recognize some of these colors as old friends. Midnight, Sunset, and Ocean are based on early versions of …

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    Customize Your WordPress.com Dashboard


    We’re happy to announce new improvements to your WordPress.com dashboard for a more accessible and customized experience. From your desktop, you can now customize your dashboard by choosing one of our two new color schemes, Classic Bright for a fresh modern feel and Classic Blue as the standard you’ve known …

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    Now Available in the Mobile Apps: Revision History


    The ability to load a previous version of a page or post is invaluable when you need to make a quick correction or compare your current revision to earlier ones. What about viewing your content’s revision history on the go? This can be a real life-saver, as we’re not always …

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    Announcing Free .blog Subdomains


    Over the last thirteen years or so, the number of sites on WordPress.com has grown — a lot. Every one of those sites gets a unique wordpress.com address. And since there are millions of sites created each year, it means the address you’d like isn’t always available.

    Today, a whole new …

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    Introducing Activity


    Knowing what’s going on behind the scenes of your site is key to engagement and security.  Who published a post? What comments need to be approved? When was a plugin activated or deactivated? What images were added to a specific page?

    Now, there’s a new tab in WordPress.com where you …

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