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December 08, 2017

OpenVPN Helps To Keep Your Magento And WordPress Dedicated Servers Safe

When a user connects to your Magento store, they connect over HTTPS, a secure protocol that uses an SSL certificate to encrypt data sent between the shopper’s browser and the server that hosts the store. Without HTTPS, it is possible for a third-party to intercept the data, putting the shopper and the store at risk. […]

December 07, 2017

WordPress Basics: How Do Visitors Find Content On Your WordPress Blog?

When used as a blog, WordPress’s home page shows a reverse chronological (most recent first) list of articles. Readers scroll through the list, clicking on posts they find interesting. But WordPress also has several other ways for users to find posts. Understanding how they work will help you provide a better experience and increase the […]

December 04, 2017

3 Ways to Monetize Your WordPress Site

How to Monetize Your Audience If you’re like many WordPress site owners, your journey began with a real passion for something. Whatever that passion was, you probably looked for great online content to satisfy your need to learn more about this subject and to help you connect with others who shared your passion. Chances are […]

December 04, 2017

SEO-Friendly WordPress Themes: What Makes A Theme SEO Friendly?

WordPress themes can make a big difference to the search engine optimization of a WordPress site. For the most part, any well-written theme is SEO-friendly, including the majority of free themes. In fact, some of the best-selling premium themes aren’t so great for SEO because they’re overloaded with features and offer poor performance. Choosing a […]

December 01, 2017

Eight Exceptional WooCommerce Extensions For Your New eCommerce Store

We recently introduced WooCommerce hosting to our range of performance-optimized eCommerce hosting plans. WooCommerce is the perfect eCommerce platform for retailers familiar with WordPress or who want to take advantage of the simplicity and power of one of the most popular online retail solutions in the world. Just like WordPress, WooCommerce benefits from a large […]

November 29, 2017

What's Wrong With Security By Obscurity For WordPress?

We instinctively hide the things we find valuable. It makes sense: if thieves and other bad actors can’t find our valuables, how can they take them? In the digital age, we act on the same instinct. A common security precaution taken by WordPress site owners is to move the login page to a different location; […]

November 21, 2017

WordPress 4.9 Brings Customizer And Coding Enhancements

WordPress 4.9 has been released just in time for the holiday season. Continuing the tradition of naming WordPress releases after jazz musicians, WordPress 4.9 is codenamed Tipton for band leader Billy Tipton. Some WordPress users won’t find a lot to be excited about in WordPress 4.9, but there are some great new features for WordPress […]

November 20, 2017

WordPress Crowdfunding: Build A Fundraising Site With WordPress And WooCommerce

We’re living in interesting times for creative professionals of all stripes. The web disrupted the traditional funding models of publishers, writers, videographers, photographers, and artists. Advertising revenue is in decline as web users rebel against ubiquitous tracking and intrusive advertising. The big media companies are suffering. But, in many ways, independent creatives have never had […]

November 16, 2017

Google Chrome's Ad Blocker Could Be Good News For WordPress Bloggers And eCommerce Merchants

After a couple of weeks of rumors, Google announced that it will add an ad-blocker to the Chrome web browser next year. Chrome is the most popular browser on the web with a market share of over 60%, and the introduction of always-on, activated-by-default ad-blocking will have a substantial impact on the advertising and publishing […]

November 14, 2017

Advertising Isn't The Only Way WordPress Bloggers And Publishers Can Make Money

Readers and viewers don’t like advertising. Few people visit a site because they want to see the ads. As loudly as the ad-tech industry argues otherwise, it hasn’t figured out how to display relevant, non-offensive, and non-exploitative advertising consistently. Malvertising attacks site visitors without the knowledge of the publisher. Advertising and its attendant tracking code […]