Year in Review — 2019 –

Year in Review — 2019 - Elementor

It’s hard to keep track of all the developments that Elementor underwent in 2019, but we decided to give it a try anyway. This year’s expansion was felt in every aspect of our company: new product features, content, employees, even a couple of awards that we won.

This goes hand in hand with the growth of our user base, community members, and social channels. Take our Facebook community, for example — its growth rate has exceeded our expectations, with dozens of meetups and thousands of new members. Or our Instagram account, which has grown five times larger this past year, and now has over 33 thousand followers. 

Yes, this makes us very proud, but it also reminds us of the ever-growing responsibility we have for our users. We will continue to empower you to make your goals a reality. We wish you a prosperous 2020!

Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Matan Naveh on 2020-01-02 09:18:53.

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Year in Review 2020 – We Did It!

Year in Review 2020 – We Did It! | Elementor

We’re excited to show you our “Year in Review” video that we’ve created as we wrap up 2020. Web creators have experienced this year’s pandemic in a unique way, both as individuals and as a collective community. As we rode the waves of COVID-19, Elementor’s North Star of 2020 has been to accommodate scenarios which challenged our mission to support web creators. 

Major pain points came up along the way: trouble finding work and clients, the limitations of working from home, losing opportunities to network and mingle professionally, and many more. There were fast-paced, unexpected changes that kept happening, and all of us had to think on our feet of how to improvise. 

We’ve channeled our efforts into improving the Elementor platform and providing features that answer our users’ needs. Many of those needs were specific to this year’s  culture of remote learning and remote working. We also made sure to listen to the wishes and feedback of our users, and enhance their web creation experience. 

Join us as we reflect on the crazy times we’ve weathered together — as the light at the end of this tunnel is approaching before our very eyes. One thing is for sure: 2021 is, no doubt, going to be way better than 2020.

Keep reading the article at Elementor Blog. The article was originally written by Orlee Gillis on 2020-12-31 07:18:03.

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