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February 27, 2018

The WordPress Agency Cash Flow Challenge

Running a WordPress agency isn’t for wimps. It takes a strong person to run a services agency because unlike product companies, service companies don’t typically have recurring revenue streams like monthly subscriptions, renewal fees, and ongoing product sales. As a result, agencies often struggle to maintain a regular cash flow and get stuck in a […]

February 26, 2018

You Just Installed WooCommerce. Now What?

Do you remember what it was like to get a new pair of shoes when you were a kid? In my family, it was something like this. My mom would take my brother and I shopping for back to school clothes and we’d get to pick new shoes. She always let us pick them out. […]

February 23, 2018

Settle on Optimal Pricing and Drive Up Margin with These WooCommerce Plugins

Pricing the products in your WooCommerce store should be a straightforward process. But it’s not. Setting optimal pricing requires a carefully crafted strategy and you need to make sure you’ve thought about all of the different components. There are some great WooCommerce Plugins that can help you and if you set your prices right, you […]

February 16, 2018

What’s New In WooCommerce 3.3

Since we first added WooCommerce hosting to our lineup of performance-optimized eCommerce hosting options, we have seen huge demand from retailers looking to combine the user-friendliness of WordPress with WooCommerce’s simple yet powerful eCommerce experience. We’re delighted that so many retailers have embraced our unique spin on WooCommerce hosting, which is capable of supporting stores […]

February 15, 2018

WordPress Release Introduces Automatic Update Bug

Last week, WordPress 4.9.3 was released. It brought the usual variety of minor enhancements and security fixes, but it also introduced a nasty bug that may prevent your WordPress site from updating itself properly in the future.

February 14, 2018

Why Is It Important to Update to WordPress 4.9.4 Maintenance Release ASAP?

As you may or may not have heard yet, last week, the WordPress project issued an update (4.9.3 Maintenance Release) that had a vulnerability flaw in it. The good news is, it was caught almost immediately and within a few hours a patch (4.9.4) was released. As WordPress states in their blog, the 4.9.3 release […]

February 01, 2018

WordPress Plays An Essential Role In Supporting Independent Journalism

In almost every country there are independent journalists who use the freedom of the web to bring stories to audiences ranging from the hyper-local to the global. Independent journalists need a publishing platform that they control: social media networks are vital for cultivating awareness and connecting with an audience, but they are not independent of […]

January 26, 2018

Optimizing Your WooCommerce And Magento Product Pages

What’s the most important part of your Magento or WooCommerce eCommerce store? For my money, nothing is more important than product pages and the content on them. Product pages sell, and everything else on an eCommerce store except the cart is there to get people to the right product pages.

January 26, 2018

3 Options for WooCommerce Product Add-Ons

I was so excited when I was pregnant with my first child. When I had time on my hands I spent it shopping and daydreaming. Shopping for items for his nursery and for clothes when he was born. And don’t you know, as soon as we knew we were having a boy and chosen his […]

January 24, 2018

Does A WordPress Site Need A Content Distribution Network?

A content distribution network (CDN) can reduce the amount of work your WordPress server has to do and improve the performance of your site for visitors across the world. Most of the resources on your WordPress hosting account’s server are used to respond to requests and generate dynamic content. But most of your server’s bandwidth […]