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WordPress is actually one of the simple editorial or blog systems. Nevertheless, there are always problems that leave a normal user standing with question marks over their heads. Since I not only use WordPress for my blog "Sir Apfelot", but also implement many websites for my customers with this blog system, there is hardly a mistake that I have not already run into.
Some WordPress errors are more common than others. For example, incompatibilities between plugins often lead to a white screen that appears instead of the website. But other error messages or other strange behavior is relatively typical for WordPress and it seems familiar if you are in charge of many WordPress installations. I would like to briefly list the most well-known errors here:
As you can see, the range of error messages is relatively extensive - and only the most common are mentioned here. But still: WordPress is a great system that I definitely don't want to advise against. On the contrary: Most problems do not occur through WordPress itself, but in the interaction of various plugins or themes or arise from incorrectly configured hosting.
But now let's get to the point. Since I work as a blogger myself, I know that two things are always important with WordPress problems like this:
I would like to support blogger colleagues and offer that I get your blog going again - without charging anything. In return, I would be happy if you write a little report about my service in your blog and refer to this page. This would be enough for me as "payment".
But even if your blog is technically running, you may not be able to understand how to actually get more visitors and make money with the blog. With over 15 years of experience in the field of search engine optimization and now over 6 years of experience as a blogger, I am certainly not the worst contact for blogger tips. I am happy to help you how to monetize your blog and get it up on Google. I would also like to offer this service free of charge and would be happy to receive a contribution to my offer in return.
If you want to participate, you can find my email address in the imprint. I look forward to mail from you!
For corporate customers, I also offer help with WordPress problems. However, I cannot work here for free. A quick check of the company blog and my assessment of technology and search engine optimization is part of my free offer. Any measures to be implemented will be billed on an hourly basis by arrangement.
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.