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November 28, 2017

13 Magento Experts Share Their Most Valuable Tips

We’re happy to announce the publication of our newest Magento ebook. We asked some of the leading retailers in the Magento community how they build and manage successful Magento stores, and we’ve collected the best answers together in 13 Magento Experts Share Their Most Valuable Tips. Our mission is to make Magento accessible to as […]

November 06, 2017

WordPress Survey Shows 46% Of Sites Running On Old Versions

When a WordPress site is infected with malware or otherwise compromised, it’s a safe bet that an out-of-date plugin, theme, or WordPress installation will be implicated. While zero-day vulnerabilities or configuration errors are responsible for a proportion of attacks, regular updating reduces the risk. Unfortunately, it seems that the message to update regularly isn’t being […]

October 27, 2017

How to Start an Ecommerce Site on WordPress with WooCommerce

With the free plugin WooCommerce, you can turn any WordPress site into an online store. WooCommerce gives your site the ecommerce capabilities of a shopping cart, checkout, and payment processor, with extensions that help with shipping, management, and everything else you’ll need. You can design your ecommerce site any way you want, with all the […]

October 26, 2017

Magento vs. WooCommerce 2017

Location, location, location. For ecommerce stores, it’s not about opening shop on a busy road, but about choosing the best ecommerce platform that fits your unique needs. And the best two “locations” for ecommerce, according to Aheadworks, are Magento and WooCommerce. Together, these two make up more than half of the market share (with Magento […]

September 19, 2017

The WordPress Editor Experience Survey Results Are In

If you follow the scuttlebutt in the WordPress world, you’ll be aware that WordPress head honcho Matt Mullenweg has set overarching goals for this year’s WordPress development effort. Chief among them is an enhanced WordPress editing experience. As part of that process, WordPress’ dev team is gathering information about what users and professionals think of […]

September 18, 2017

Home Routers Wage War On WordPress

A huge botnet of home routers has targeted WordPress sites with brute-force attacks over the last few weeks. Brute-force attacks are a risk for WordPress websites with insecure passwords, and they can cause problems even if a site has secure passwords by consuming a significant proportion of its resources. A botnet is a collection of […]

August 08, 2017

We're Hosting MageTraining's Magento 2 Admin Boot Camp At Our Southfield Headquarters

We’re happy to announce that we’re bringing MageTraining’s incredible Magento 2 Admin Boot Camp to our Southfield, Michigan headquarters. The three-day Boot Camp covers all aspects of Magento administration and aims to give Magento hosting clients the skills they need to confidently manage their eCommerce store. The Boot Camp, which is co-sponsored by Magento development […]

June 27, 2017

Three Reasons Your Business’ WordPress Site Needs Live Chat

Not so long ago, if we wanted to talk to a company, we’d pick up the phone. Today, many companies have retreated behind their websites. From the company’s perspective, this is a money-saving measure: phone support and sales are expensive. But it’s not just companies that have changed; millennials aren’t too fond of calling either, […]

May 08, 2017

We’re pleased to be a 2x Platinum Sponsor for Meet Magento Netherlands 2017

For a second year in a row, Nexcess will be Platinum sponsor of Meet Magento NL! Even better, several of our Magento hosting experts will also be speaking at the event and interacting with members of the eCommerce community. One of our favorite parts of actively working with the Magento eCommerce community is meeting merchants, […]

September 01, 2016

Can WordPress Be Used For Enterprise Resource Planning?

When most of us think of content management systems, we have in mind a tool that can be used for building websites and blogs. But content management systems — including WordPress — can be used for much more than web publishing. The ability to categorize, process, filter, display, and control access to information are the […]