How to write authentic content on your website

Learn how to write authentic content on your website to grab the right kind of attention and to keep momentum with your audience.

A love-hate relationship with Gutenberg

There’s a lot of debate around Gutenberg today. Discover our approach to the new WordPress editor and why the love-hate feeling.

First-hand advice for beginner food bloggers

Learn how the passion for food can turn into a lifestyle and open challenging opportunities.

Pixelgrade Transparency Report #7

Learn more about what we managed to achieve in the last six months, which were the struggles along the way, and what’s the focus for the next period.

How should bloggers and brands work together

Bloggers could create better brand partnerships to monetize the content and increase their revenue streams.

The Pixelgrade path for some teammates

Four of our teammates are celebrating a bunch of years of doing great work at Pixelgrade.

How the big questions you have can turn into a blog

Steve Chapman reaches his and others’ potential through the power of creativity. He’s sharing inspiring stories about his activity on a beautiful blog made with Felt.

New to the blogging world? We help you kick-off in style

Being new in the blogging world can feel scary. We help you start with the right foot and achieve outstanding results in the long run.

WOWing your customers

Nowadays, customer support means so much more than finding solutions to specific problems.

Follow-up thoughts on our ebook about customer service

A story about what we’ve learned from creating and sharing a guide for customer support with the WordPress lovers.

Designing GEMA — so you think you can break the rules?

I’m Ilinca, one of Pixelgrade’s designers, and my junior months have brought a challenge I would least expect.

You are only as good as your customers say

Your customers shape your image through their lens and way of understanding the whole context.

How to Achieve More with Great Customer Support?

We treat customer support as an opportunity, not a business cost, and we gladly invest in it in the long run.