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WordPress Hosting Server

How much thought did you put into selecting your current WordPress hosting company? Did you take a look at the recommended hosts on WordPress.org? Or do you purchase your hosting from the same place you registered your domain? Or maybe you just Googled “WordPress hosting” and selected a hosting provider that met your budget. If you’re…

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WordPress GPL

If you read the WordPress news, you know there was a lot of drama a few weeks ago and at the root of it, it’s all about the GPL. It started out with an article on WP Tavern (a site owned by WordPress and Automattic Founder Matt Mullenweg) and then there was the followup response article from Chris…

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Why you should update WordPress

Did your website ring in the New Year, or is it stuck in 2014? It is important for your website to begin this year with the updated version, and thanks to WordPress, the first major update to WordPress 4 was released a couple of weeks ago. If you’re a typical business, keeping WordPress updated probably…

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Stop WordPress Spam

Do you like spam? No, I’m not talking about the canned mystery meat, I’m talking about the unsolicited, irrelevant comments that you receive on your blog. Do you remember your first experience with comment spam? I bet this is how it went. You launched a brand new WordPress website and start writing a blog. Within…

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Event registration with WordPress

If you’ve managed registration for a conference, banquet, or some other event, you’ve had several options. For the past couple of years, online event registration has meant Eventbrite. I’ve used Eventbrite on several projects and it’s worked great for collecting registration information, sending tickets, and streamlining entry lines.

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You should buy WordPress plugins

As of today, there are 33,786 free plugins available on WordPress.org. So why am I saying that you should buy a plugin instead of using one of these free plugins? Sometimes a plugin that’s free isn’t really free when you consider the time you spend trying to fix it. And if you use a plugin…

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Speed up WordPress

Before I moved to Austin, I lived in Fort Worth, Texas where speed is very important. If you’ve ever visited North Texas, you already understand. Speed limits around Dallas and Fort Worth are more like suggestions. You always drive faster, sometimes 15-20 MPH faster just to keep up with traffic and not make everyone around…

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WordPress Support & Maintenance

WordPress has become the most popular Content Management System on the market, and for good reason. It’s easy to create and edit content. You can add advanced features like eCommerce and photo galleries by just installing a plugin. WordPress has removed the steep learning curve of other website creators and CMSs.

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