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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 30, 2017

Two High Performing Themes for WooCommerce

When starting your WooCommerce store it is important for speed and optimization to choose the correct theme. Having a high performing theme will make sure that your store loads quickly for your customers. I spoke with one of my team member’s who is in my estimation a WooCommerce expert, Luke Cavanagh. He says there are […]

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 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 27, 2017

Upgrading To Magento 2: Do Retailers Need To Switch From Magento 1?

Magento 2 was released almost two years ago and we’ve offered Magento 2 hosting since day one. But many Magento eCommerce retailers have a long history with Magento 1 and aren’t eager to switch, although the process of upgrading isn’t onerous. I’d like to take a look at some of the reasons retailers should consider […]

November 24, 2017

Learning Magento: Six Of The Best Magento Educational Resources

As eCommerce platforms go, Magento isn’t challenging to get to grips with, but there is a learning curve. In this article, I’ve collected some of the best Magento educational resources. Each of them has helped me in the past, so hopefully you’ll find them useful too. Magento U If you are looking for an in-depth […]

November 23, 2017

6 Ways to Strengthen Your WooCommerce Store

Chelsea grew up as an artist and even though her college degree and career took her to communications she still created intricate macrame designs. In her free time, all she could think about was her artwork. She started gifting her creations to friends and family until one day a friend offered to pay her for […]

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 […]