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Speed Up Your WordPress Site with W3 Total Cache + Cloudflare

Boost WordPress site speed with W3 Total Cache and Cloudflare

Is your website painfully slow? Does it take forever to load? If you answered yes to those questions, you have a problem on your hands. It’s important to mention that there are a number of things that can greatly affect your website speed, including the following: Your hosting – some hosting providers are terrible (GoDaddy comes to mind), […]

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Tips for Choosing the Best Shared WordPress Web Hosting

Shared WordPress web hosting

Website hosting plays a very important role in the speed at which your WordPress website loads. Select a bad provider and it will cause you nothing but headaches. A website which loads slowly leaves a terrible first impression on your visitors, and in most cases will cause them to leave in a hurry, praying that the next site they […]

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4 Awesome FREE WordPress Plugins for Your Website

New WordPress plugin directory at WordPress.org

WordPress plugins can add amazing features to your website, but should be installed and used sparingly. When you are just starting out with WordPress, you may be tempted to install and activate a wide array of plugins, but you should proceed with caution. They can slow down your website, and even make it vulnerable to malicious attacks. […]

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WordPress.org vs. WordPress.com (FREE Version): Pros and Cons

WordPress.org and WordPress.com – Pros and Cons

Have you been thinking about starting a blog or website? If so, you may be asking yourself which platform is best to use. WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems around, and for good reason. It provides great flexibility, has thousands of themes to choose from (both free and premium) and is easy to use even for […]

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Setup a WordPress Website with this Helpful Guide

WordPress, the most popular CMS

WordPress is one of the most popular Content Management System (CMS) platforms available, and for good reason. According to WordPress.org, it is used by 27% of all websites on the internet. Originally created as a blogging platform, it has evolved into an all-purpose CMS over the years, used to create all kinds of sites, from eCommerce to dynamic news sites […]

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