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“Web Week” was thought up by the folks at WP Engine, and it’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve when most sites get lower traffic. This makes it the perfect time to make and launch any changes to a site, or to launch your existing site on a new host.
Are you thinking of starting an e-commerce store? You, like many millions of other website owners, might be considering WooCommerce to run it. Most people would argue it’s WordPress’ goto e-commerce plugin.
WooCommerce is now responsible for powering over 39% of all e-commerce stores online and there are literally thousands of extensions and themes that will boost the functionality of your store so it’s a great choice. There really isn’t too many store business models these days that you can’t implement with WooCommerce.
Tomorrow is not only the 9th of August, 2016, but it’s also the day that BlueHost is offering some major savings on their hosting plans! They’re offering great web hosting at the killer rate of only $2.95/mo for 12 months*. This amazing discount will be available for one day only on the 9th of August, so take this opportunity to save big bucks while still getting great hosting with one of the top WordPress hosting companies around.
Kinsta becomes the first managed WordPress host exclusively powered by Google Cloud and container technology. At Kinsta we feel this cutting-edge technology will offer us a huge edge over rivals. Staging and developer tools like Git, SSH, WP-CLI are standard on all our hosting plans.
Though many companies claim to be the top dog when it comes to providing security, support, and speed to its customers, the truth is many fail to make good on their promises. And for the unknowing WordPress site owner, this can result in wasted time and money, let alone frustration.
Today we will look at SiteGround, one of the leaders in WordPress hosting, to see what services they provide website owners and ways they do make good on all of their hosting service promises.
Choosing a host can be difficult and challenging task. There are lots of hosts to choose from and it can be difficult determining their pros and cons. It’s hard to get unbiased reviews because there are a lot of reviews that want you to buy a product or service through their affiliate link. They tell the good, but not the bad.
One of the most commonly asked questions when starting a new WordPress site is which type of hosting you need, and which company provides the best product. Well, there isn’t a simple answer that applies to all cases, but one of the deciding factors that you must consider is the location of the hosting companies’ datacentres.
Earlier this month Flywheel, a WordPress hosting and management platform, launched the private beta version of Organizations; a new feature that was created as a way for agencies and designers to streamline their workflow.
While at Web Summit where literally thousands of startups were exhibiting, I had the chance to talk to many of the people behind these startups and get to know their businesses better.
I was happy to note that the vast majority were using WordPress for their website. I didn’t meet any startups that were using WordPress as the platform for building the product itself, however it was clear that the company’s website was very important to them. Making a good impression through their website could mean getting investment, or for those further ahead it might make or break their sales figures.