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November 14, 2019

What are PHP Workers and Why You Should Care

Have you ever browsed through your favorite coffee shop’s website and as you check out with that new order of coffee, you end up getting a 504 error after a delay? Or maybe you were browsing your favorite sports website and as you try to load the next page, it takes a while to load […]

November 07, 2019

5 WordPress Plugins for Increasing Conversions

Staring down the WordPress plugins page, you find yourself asking what you should be installing. You want more conversions and you have a basic idea of what that entails, but you don’t know how that translates into what you see on the page. Here are 5 WordPress plugins that can help you to boost conversions.

November 06, 2019

Carrie Wheeler Talks Innovative Solutions with WIWP at WCUS

Another year of WordCamp US has come and gone, and we hope everyone who attended – and didn’t attend – found the best hosting solution for their business. This year, our partner Liquid Web was in attendance. Not only did they offer some incredible booth experiences (recap article to come!), but team members also hosted […]

October 30, 2019

How the Success of WordPress is Due to its Plugin Ecosystem

WordPress’s plugin ecosystem is one of its greatest strengths. As we write, there are over 50,000 plugins in the official repository, a number that doesn’t include premium plugins and custom plugins created for individual WordPress sites. Plugins range in functionality from tiny interface tweaks to full-featured ecommerce applications, all taking advantage of the hooks and […]

October 09, 2019

Why Your WordPress Business Needs A Niche And How To Choose One

Imagine that you’re a doctor finally pursuing the dream of starting your own medical practice and you need a website. You do some research online and find two local web designers. One is generalist who sells “results-driven websites” and the other is a designer who has a business niche in “websites for health and wellness […]

October 03, 2019

The Many Ways to Check Your Grammar in WordPress

John McPhee, a renowned writer of non-fiction books and magazine articles, describes in his book “Draft No. 4” the editorial process his articles must pass through before publication in the New Yorker. 

September 13, 2019

Pros and Cons of WordPress Multisite

In this article, we will go through exactly what WordPress Multisite is, the pros and cons of using it, and if it’s right for you. What is WordPress Multisite? WordPress Multisite is a WordPress feature that allows you to create multiple WordPress installations. These installations can be installed on as many sub-domains or sub-directories as […]

September 11, 2019

Building a WordPress Agency Into a Media Brand

The following article is with Lee Jackson, Founder of Angled Crown, a leading WordPress development agency and media brand with a mission to help agency owners focus on and engage their true strengths as they build reputations as the “go-to leaders” in the communities they serve. We sat down with him to find out about […]

August 05, 2019

Which Programming Language Should I Use in 2019 for my WordPress Sites?

May 27, 2003: this date marked the initial release of WordPress as it was made publicly available. Sixteen years later, WordPress is still growing in popularity and depending on the source, 34 percent or more of all websites on the internet use WordPress. Like with anything else, age and increased popularity bring the need to […]

July 22, 2019

Are Premium WordPress Plugins Worth The Money?

As a WordPress user, you have over 50,000 plugins at your disposal. There are plugins with modest ambitions, those that make a small change to the interface or add a useful feature. Plugins such as W3 Total Cache go further, adding a raft of related functionality. And there are plugins that transform WordPress into something […]