Now that we have backing, we are even more committed to our path. This backing is not just from the wonderful people at Lightspeed, but the support of countless plugin developers, community leaders, YouTubers, startups and most importantly Elementor users from around the world.
Using our resources, we will continue to actively develop our open-source community, which is our strongest driver of growth. While our team might be limited in the number of features we can deliver, 3rd party developers have helped produce hundreds of addons, and cheerfully answered any user request. In addition, 70% of all the features we develop come directly from our users’ feature requests. This produces a steady stream of innovative ideas and suggestions that drive the creativity of our platform.
Besides the emotional advantages of being part of a community and forming relationships, there is also a great advantage in gaining feedback and insights from others. Therefore, we are expanding our efforts to form local communities that come together in meetups. We are also proud sponsors of WordCamps and plan to continue to back events around the world.
It’s one thing to develop a platform, and another to get people to use it. This is why instructional content has always been a priority for us. Throughout Elementor’s short lifespan, our YouTube videos have been viewed over 20 million times. We see great importance in expanding our training efforts, giving aspiring web creators the right guides to get them started, while building advanced skills for more experienced professionals.
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