I’ve been an avid fan of WordPress for some time. The company, Automattic, do a lot of good. As well as running the software that runs this website, they power a huge proportion of the internet. Many of your favourite blogs, as well as a huge number of business and eCommerce websites all use the WordPress platform, which is separated by WordPress.com and WordPress.org. Recently, I won’t lie to you, I’ve been taking a vested interest in the people behind WordPress. I’ve logged onto the WordPress Support Forums and I’ve been trying my hand occasionally at helping those with WordPress issues. This has been my experience so far.
MyCRED is a plugin that I’ve had to try to get used to, really fast. It’s a very powerful bit of software, allowing the admin of the site to award points to users, based on some interactions with the website. For instance, you might want to award a user for watching a video for longer than 3 minutes. You could also want to reward your users for simply commenting on your articles, or by having your own forum and them interacting with it. All in all, MyCRED was made specifically with this problem in mind – To be able to reward your users for interacting with your site in the way you want them to.
Here at GeekOut South-West, we are committed to bringing you the very best in geek culture. Whether you are a regular to our Bristol meetups, or if you are a fan of our writings, we are always looking to bring you something better than before. We have three dedicated writers at the moment – but this website is getting old pretty fast. We’re even running out of space on our servers!