We had an idea. Five years ago, way back in the internet dark ages, hosting options for WordPress were pretty lousy. Hosting companies were selling “unlimited everything” plans for $4.95/mo (some still do).
This post is part of a series designed to help developers who are just starting out understand some basics and how they relate to WordPress. This eight post in the series is about Git, which unlike previous posts, doesn’t stand for anything and is neither an acronym, initialism, or abbreviation.
This post is part of a series designed to help developers who are just starting out understand some basics and how they relate to WordPress. This seventh post is about Rsync, which stands for Remote Sync. We’ll walk you through the basics and provide a video on how to get started hands-on.
This post is part of a series designed to help developers who are just starting out understand some basics and how they relate to WordPress. This fifth post is about SPDY (pronounced speedy) which we offer on our Business, Professional, Ultimate, VPS, and Enterprise plans. What is SPDY?
Has this ever happened to you? Your hosting company tells you the server you were on is dead, and they are trying to get it back online or will be moving you to a new server. Hours go by, your site is offline, and you are becoming increasingly frustrated.
WPSessions is an online training resource for WordPress developers that was launched in June 2013. The aim of the project is to help those working in the WordPress ecosystem gain time, skill, and efficiency, while also increasing the demand for their services.
The goal at WP101 is to teach the basics of WordPress and beyond in about one hour, all through a series of professionally shot video tutorials. The tutorial series covers everything you need to know in order to create and manage a WordPress site, with the lessons geared towards new users of WordPress who are looking to get a better understanding of the software.
The pioneers of Managed WordPress Hosting. Worry-Free hosting for WordPress by Pagely® is fast, secure, and reliable.
Here at Pagely® we’ve been working hard on getting our VPS & Enterprise setups dialed in. Please consider running HHVM with us a beta in a sense and here is all the information you need to know. What is HHVM?
Here at Pagely® we’ve had customers requesting a staging location for some time, and finally we have an answer. Our VPS plans and above (Enterprise) now feature staging which is great news. The current staging we have in place syncs files and databases between sites with the ability to ignore tables and/or files.
Branding This post is part 20 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about why SEO isn’t dead despite what you may have heard, and which tactics are still effective. Today’s post is about branding and why most people don’t seem to get it.
SEO This post is part 19 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about the importance of running AdWords properly, and why most people should either study for the exams or outsource managing it. This time we’ll talk about something equally important, SEO.
Now that we’re powered by Amazon, we allow you to scale internally from a tiny personal plan all the way up to full blown enterprise. This means that unlike some other hosting providers, you’ll literally never outgrow us. In fact, we can scale you smoothly along the way, with the ability to easily upgrade your plan on the fly from Personal>Business>Professional>Ultimate.
Here at Pagely® we’ve just pushed out a refresh of our control panel we call Atomic in addition to new hosting plans. Key updates include the use of responsive design so you can easily access it on all device types/screen sizes, more detailed statistics, and the ability to print/download invoices.
We have recently updated our billing system and hosting plans. We are excited about the changes as we have packed more value for your hosting dollar into each plan. Here is some important information for all customers. All customers are required to supply a new and valid billing method.
The first name in Managed WordPress Hosting just raised the bar on performance. Pagely® is proud to announce new WordPress hosting plans that expand the line considerably and help it cater to a much wider audience, as well as enhancements to existing plans.
AdWords This post is part 18 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about the importance of wireframing and why skipping over it doesn’t make sense even though some self-proclaimed gurus may not feel the same.
This Friday May 2nd at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT our CTO Josh Eichorn will be doing a live Hangout with BuddyPress lead developer Boone Gorges. We’ll be discussing the differences between v1.9 and v2.0 as well as some performance benchmarks running on our hardware here. Our co-founder and CEO Joshua Strebel will moderate.
Scalable Hosting This post is part 15 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about what to look for in a co-founder and how to find one. This time we’ll talk about how to start out with scalable hosting infrastructure and not let that aspect of your business end up being your achilles’ heel.
Finding a Co-Founder This post is part 14 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about how the tax deadline of April 15th is fast approaching and strategies on how to handle it. Today’s post is about something many people wonder about.
Founder Taxes This post is part 13 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about how to close a sale for your startup built on top of WordPress. Today’s post is about a deadline that we all have and it’s April 15.
Every management book says “listen to your customers” but most organizations don’t for some reason. The organization setting up facilities in Sochi apparently thought people would want side by side toilets without dividers. Something tells me they weren’t listening to their customers. This post is an attempt to do the opposite.
Pagely Blog: WooCommerce Hosting | If you’ve been running WooCommerce and noticed that your site slowed down considerably because of it, then you’re not alone. In fact, this is pretty common