Richard, commenter number 11, has won a book. Thanks everyone for giving it a shot, we’ll be posting another giveaway soon! Richard, we’ll be in touch soon to see which book you would like to receive.
If there’s one thing we really enjoy around here, it’s giving away awesome WordPress goodies. We love that you get excited about it (which is great!) but we also love being able to promote the great work being done by members of the WordPress community, be it themes, books, or Plugins.
This week we’re giving away a WordPress book. One of the interesting things about WordPress is that it lends itself to being used in a number of different ways. Developers and designers can use it, bloggers can use it, and entrepreneurs can use it. So books about WordPress vary on topic, from for beginners books, to how to build a business with them.
Available to win this week, we have:
- Professional WordPress, by Hal Stern, David Damstra, and Brad Williams
- How to Build a Successful Blog Business, by Collis Ta’eed
- WordPress in Depth, by Bud Smith and Michael McCallister
- WordPress Visual Quickstart Guide, by Jessica Neuman Beck and Matt Beck
- WordPress for Dummies, by Lisa Sabin-Wilson
Whether you are a new WordPress user, a developer looking to grow, or a web professional, I think there’ something in this awesome stack of books that could suit you.
How you can win a book
This week we’re talking WordCamps. How many WordCamps have you attended? Which ones? What did you like most about them? If you haven’t made it to a WordCamp yet, what are you most looking forward to?
For a chance to win one of these books, leave a comment and answer these questions. One random commenter will be selected to receive one book of their choice, from the list above.
Myself, I have been to WordCamp Chicago as an attendee, and WordCamp Atlanta as a presenter. I hope to make it to a few more events this fall and winter, and maybe (who knows) even present again.
Your turn. What has your experience with WordCamps been like? You have until Friday afternoon to comment. Good luck!