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Get to know if WordPress or Shared Hosting fits better with your project
25 May

WordPress or Shared Hosting – Making the Smart Choice
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When you're going to launch a website for your business, choosing the right type of hosting is one of the most important decisions you'll make. Shared web hosting is popular, and depending on how you plan to use your website, you might also want to consider another type of shared hosting: one that's been optimized to use WordPress, the world's most popular content management system (CMS). This article defines shared hosting, discusses its pros and cons, and looks at why the addition of a powerful CMS can make a great shared hosting...

8 Must-Have Web Management Tools for Small Business
4 May

8 Must-Have Web Management Tools for Small Business
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Managing a small business and a website can sometimes feel both challenging and time-consuming. However, there are specific tools that can make it easier and more cost-effective, so you can focus on what you do best. In this article, we are going to discuss some of the best tools available to small business owners. 1. WordPress WordPress is the most popular content management system for creating websites. This CMS is well supported and has been around since 2001. The best part about WordPress is that it’s free. For small businesses, WordPress allows...

Learn how to choose and install your wordpress theme
28 Jan

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing & Installing Your WordPress Theme
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Are you thinking about giving your website a new look? There is something particularly exciting about starting fresh every new year, and this is the best time to give your WordPress theme a makeover. Still, changing your website image can be a terrifying thought, especially when you're not sure how to do it. WordPress is a brilliant platform for creating and managing websites, but its most attractive feature is that it is very easy to master. The best way to start your website makeover is by taking the necessary precautions before...

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4 Nov

Infographic: Five Ways to Avoid Plugin Crashes on Your WordPress Website
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If WordPress is your CMS of choice, then you are likely using plugins. For WordPress, simplicity is the absolute priority, while plugins allow you to add all the extra functionality you might need. However, sometimes things go sideways, and a bad plugin or a plugin left without updates can cause serious problems. In this infographic, we outline the five essential ways to make sure a plugin doesn't crash your website. Remember to keep track of your plugins and always do your due diligence before installing a new one. Click on the image...

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9 Oct

Infographic: Things to Check if Your WordPress Website Is Down
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WordPress offers nearly limitless possibilities as a CMS. A lot of those come from various plugins and other add-ons that you can install to bring extra functionality to your website. However, when something breaks, these plugins and add-ons are often the culprits. If your WordPress website is down, there are a number of things you have to check first, to eliminate some of the worst possible options. In this infographic, we cover the most essential first steps to take. Click here to read the detailed blog post. Click on the infographic to...

How to Ensure Plugins Don’t Mess up Your WordPress Site Stability
4 Oct

How to Ensure Plugins Don’t Mess up Your WordPress Site Stability
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It's common practice for WordPress website owners to install plugins to extend the features and functionality of their website. There are plugins that provide enhanced security and allow you to monitor your site's performance. You can install plugins that will manage your backups, help you run a forum or chat service, improve SEO, minimize spam, and perform countless other site management tasks. As useful as they are, there's a potential downside to using plugins: They can break your website! However, if you use them carefully, you'll have nothing to worry about. But there are...