Being the robust CMS that WordPress is, alike is its popularity among beginners and experts. Following the recent survey result by W3Tech, WordPress has been ranked as the ‘Fastest Growing CMS of 2016’. With all the money involved, the greatness that this awesome community carries and its generous attitude, WordPress is a must try for all educated people who like technology like we do.
With a new year often comes a new resolution. Are you looking to enhance your blog in 2017? If yes, you'll be interested in checking my list of ideas on how to take your blog to the next level during the year.
You created an awesome WordPress plugin or a truly сreative theme. That’s amazing. But if you buzz about your creation with the only intention to sell, it’s less likely gonna work in these times and days. Users want to have more understanding of what you offer, namely, not only read about the product (what if you are just a perfect writer?) but to see real examples and even try the product before the purchase.
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Nowadays, a successful site means a fast site. Loading speed is extremely important to accommodate mobile visitors and also to get higher rankings on Google search results. In this article, you will learn how to optimize your WordPress site for speed in 5 easy steps.
Getting started with cloud requires some degree of technical expertise. For the general, non-technical audience, cloud and its associated technologies can be too much to consume. If someone is coming from the route of shared hosting, it is specially difficult to be convinced of the benefits offered by managed cloud hosting. This is true for startups, small businesses, and agencies that need to be focused on creating customers, rather than managing their servers.