Spoiler: this could be long but it's interesting! Hang in there please :)

Welcome to Ghost Portal - a blog about the Ghost Platform (duh) with useful tips, tutorials, guides, resources and curated lists of recommended themes.

Here's what you will find on Ghost Portal:

  1. Useful tips to create a Ghost blog & live your passion.
  2. Awesome successful stories implementing these tips.
  3. Tutorials to do creative things in Ghost, like notifications, snippets and such.
  4. Reviews of the best themes out there.
  5. Deeper explanation of major Ghost updates.
  6. Random revamp sessions where its shown how a site could look like based on our suggestions.

How Everything Started

I have been a Ghost follower since day one, but i never really did a blog because i had other ones in Wordpress & Medium.

Finally, in 2018, i started using Ghost full time and transitioned some of my blogs to the platform. Since then, i have been looking for ways to make all my crazy ideas a reality within the "limits" of Ghost.

As i kept creating things and finding alternatives to make my wishes true, i found an alarming pattern: i had to dedicate countless hours looking in the web for multiple resources. Crazy right?

So one day, i just said: f*ck it, i'm going to do a blog about Ghost and stop the bleeding. Bought the domain, got my design idea and created this blog in a weekend.

My passion for Ghost, i decided to share it with others and make it public to the world: that's how Ghost Portal started.

Who's Behind This?

My name is Gregory Pozo. I'm a Mechatronics Engineer from Dominican Republic. Ghost evangelist? Could be possible.

I like things to be simple, so i try to simplify things in my life. Ghost is no exception.

Also, i have this weird fixation on minimalism and having a good "design structure". This is not normal for an engineer but what can i do?

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So What Now?

I would recommend you to do a couple things now, if you don't mind:

  1. IF you have any doubt, don't hesitate to contact me (seriously). I'm an inbox zero practitioner, so be assured that i'll respond you.
  2. Assuming you are finding this blog interesting to you, subscribe then! Doesn't hurt, its free and i don't spam.
  3. I send a weekly newsletter: short, sweet and to the point. If interested, you can sign up.

I'm thrilled to have you here, honestly. I hope that you find this blog useful!