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August 22, 2018

4 Step Workflow for Collaborating With a WordPress Freelancer

If you’re a WordPress user without a technical background, you might find yourself looking for a freelancer to help you sooner or later. Even though WordPress is quite straightforward to use, there’s only so much you can do with your website if you can’t code. If you want a certain functionality on your site or […]

April 20, 2018

The Best Landing Page Options for WordPress Users

A look at SaaS Landing Page Apps  Most digital marketing campaigns these days use landing pages. Whether you are running PPC or social media advertisements, landing pages are a great tool to direct customers to purchase or download something. You might even use landing pages for specific sponsorships of podcasts or events. While landing pages […]

March 28, 2018

The Best Plugins to Create WordPress Courses

We have talked a lot about monetizing your WordPress site on our blog. Like using membership plugins to restrict content or taking a deep dive into cart abandonment and what you can do to prevent customers leaving your site. So, now it is time to talk about another way to monetize your site, creating courses, […]

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 […]

July 27, 2017

WordPress Navigator: Carrie Dils

There are many aspects of the WordPress community that I love. Very near the top of my very long list is the innovation in our space. It seems like every other day I am learning about interesting projects that are filling a need or solving a problem. I wanted to take a closer look at […]

February 18, 2015

Top Four WordPress Security Tips You Need To Follow

When it comes to operating your business with WordPress Hosting, security is the most important consideration. WordPress sites are among the most targeted by attackers due to relatively common vulnerabilities that are easily secured with a small amount of effort. In a sample size of 4,322 WordPress websites hosted on Nexcess’ network, we blocked and […]