7 Ways To Make WooCommerce Faster Before Black Friday
Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the Christmas shopping season are merging into a two-month long cyber sprint this year thanks to COVID-19.
All of WordPress’ Problems Can Be Solved with Non-Terrible Hosting
Two of the biggest WordPress problems are speed and security – and I bet you’ve experienced both of these issues. WordPress is notoriously slow, often due to poor hosting, and it’s the most-hacked content management system (CMS), too.
Docker Hosting for WordPress: What It Is, How It Works, And Why It Makes Sense
Docker is helping speed up innovation in a slow-moving industry
Website Performance Analyzed for 1,500 Agencies
Agencies have some of the best-looking websites, often looking much more polished than the designs they produce for their clients. But how well do they perform, bearing in mind that 37% of visitors bounce when websites take over five seconds to load?
4 WordPress Plugins to Streamline Your Publication Process
When you’re publishing content, whether a blog or a fully fledged publication every second you can shave off the publication process helps.
Scaling WordPress for Startups
With website builders like Wix and Squarespace becoming more sophisticated and adding features, founders have more options for building their websites.
Traditional hosting is hurting WordPress
I’ve been building websites for 20 years and without a doubt, hosting client sites can be one of the most frustrating things about running an agency when something unexpected goes wrong.
How Convesio Has Solved M&M Multimedia’s 100-site WordPress Hosting Problem
Over the past decade, M&M Multimedia has grown from a small video production outfit servicing local businesses into a full-service digital marketing company working with brands like Sony and RingCentral.
WordPress Hosting That Improves Agency’s Profit Margins
Imagine this: It’s late on Sunday night, and you’re relaxing on the couch with a loved one. Your phone rings and it’s that big client you scored a couple months back. Reluctantly, you take the call and it’s obvious they’re upset — they want to know why their site is down.