Will Morris is a staff writer at WordCandy. When he's not writing about WordPress, he likes to gig his stand-up comedy routine on the local circuit.
There are several hosting providers that offer managed hosting, but it could be tough to tell which is best based on their own marketing. Regardless of your WordPress experience, choosing managed hosting can be a minefield.
With this in mind, we’re going to take a look at two giants of managed WordPress hosting and compare Kinsta vs. WP Engine. We’ll pit the two against each other, comparing their pros and cons, in order to help you choose the option that works best.
Analytics have gone from being a niche tool to a practically essential aspect of optimizing your website. Google Analytics is often touted as a frontrunner in the field, but it’s not always the best solution for your needs. AFS Analytics is an all-in-one analytics solution that lets you analyze audience metrics and visitor behavior, browse real-time reporting, and customize your dashboard using drag-and-drop widgets.
This post will initially look briefly at the AFS Analytics plugin, along with its pricing. Then we’ll tackle a number of the plugin’s key elements, by looking at them one by one. By the end of the piece, you’ll have plenty of insight into how an alternative to Google Analytics could be for you!
E-commerce is big business, as is WordPress – in fact, many storefronts are now powered by the platform. While you have your website platform no doubt sorted out, you’ll still need to purchase your domain name and web hosting, then get down to developing your e-commerce website. For this you’ll need a dependable and fully-featured WordPress e-commerce theme.
In this post, we’ll look at why WordPress is a near-perfect platform for e-commerce hosting, then walk you through how to create an e-commerce site!