Last week we started a giveaway together with our friends over at MotoPress. You had the chance to win a 384 dollar value of licenses of their visual content editor plugin for WordPress. As promised we asked our magic fairy to conjure up the winners. And here are the results. The lucky ones are:
‘That would be awesome, am building a website together with some colleagues about an exired yoghurt travelling the world :)’
‘I’m a code-noob and would really like to finally make some decent landingpages or just informative blogposts that I can spice up with nice elements to service my visitors. Easy as that. No fancy-pants marketing geekery or shenanigans, I just want to publish and do it with style. That seems like a way that could work. I’m eager to use it.’
‘I’d very much like to have an alternative to the weak editor in WordPress. Thanks for the chance to win this product!’
‘Very nice looking plugin, I gave it a try on their website and I’m really impressed. I’m currently working on a multisite project. I’ve already cleaned out and redesigned the entire back-end to make the UI as simple as possible to work with. MotoPress would be the finishing touch of this project. I’ll keep my eye on MotoPress, win or no win. :)’
‘I’ve been searching for weeks the tools that will help me to setup the environment I will provide to my new team of webmasters. I own a small software & web development company in Chile and as we’re getting more and more clients it’s time to grow :) plus, this would be the perfect tool to train my team before I take a few days to enjoy with my soon-to-be-born first son! Thanks for always creating the best articles!’
‘This would be perfect for me. I’m a long time user of WordPress and build most of my clients websites with WordPress. Improving the user experience is always important for me and adding this editor to clients websites would earn me a few bonus points :D.’
Congratulations to all the winners. Claim your prices by shooting me an email under firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.