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A small business guide to choosing a website firewall [infographic] - GoDaddy Garage

Online security is a pressing concern for most website owners, especially those running a business. When your professional integrity is at stake (not to mention your income), making sure your website is Fort Knox safe for both you and your visitors… Continue Reading →

Defender: Now With Two-Factor Authentication - WPMU Dev

If you’re already using our security plugin Defender, you might’ve noticed a new feature we snuck in a few weeks ago. But let’s make it official: We’ve added two-factor authentication to Defender! Many WPMU DEV members were at a loose… Continue Reading →

BlogVault Review: Website Backups, Site Migrations, and Security Measures All in One - WP Mayor

Can you imagine if your entire WordPress website were to suddenly crash and fail, taking all of your hard work – posts, pages, and custom designs – with it? Me either. Sometimes installing a new plugin or theme can cause… Continue Reading →

The WPLift Guide to WordPress Multisite: How to Install, Manage + Lots More [UPDATE 2017] - WP Lift

Wondering how to get started with WordPress Multisite? If so, you’ve found the right place because I’m about to dish out 2,500 words of WordPress Multisite goodness. By the end of this post, you’ll know pretty much everything a beginner… Continue Reading →

Introduction to DDoS mitigation - GoDaddy Garage

Businesses lose billions of dollars to malicious hackers every year, with DDoS emerging as one of the most common techniques used to attack websites. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to lessen the risk. There’s a process for implementing… Continue Reading →

Strong website monitoring tools to test website security and keep hackers out - GoDaddy Garage

Why do you need website monitoring tools? Well, it’s probably not news to you, but there have been tons of security breaches lately. From the WannaCry ransomware that went after England’s National Health Service in May to the massive hack at… Continue Reading →

How to Build an Amazon Affiliate Store Using WordPress - WP Beginner

Do you want to build an Amazon affiliate store using WordPress? An Amazon affiliate store allows you to sell products from Amazon.com as an affiliate and earn a commission. In this article, we will show you how to easily build… Continue Reading →

The Essential Elements of Blog Management - Elegant Themes

Starting a website takes a lot of planning. Far too often, the planning stops there. Keeping a blog going and making it successful also takes planning. A blog is just like any business or project. To make a blog successful… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud vs AWS in 2017 (Comparing the Giants) - Kinsta Blog

It’s no surprise that cloud computing has literally taken the world by storm. For most businesses and enterprises, gone are the days of struggling with complicated on-premise server rooms and complicated networking. Over the past decade, cloud computing has become more cost-efficient,… Continue Reading →

WordPress’ Missing Functionality (and How to Find It) - Developer Drive

Did you know that 26% of all internet sites are run by WordPress? WordPress has established itself as a high-end system for blogging, and is now one of the most preferred content management systems for business websites. People love that… Continue Reading →

WordPress 4.9: What’s All New You Need to Know About - Template Toaster

With the beta release of WordPress 4.9, it’s the good time to have a sneak peek on the latest features and probable changes in coming WordPress update. Though the main attractions are Drafting and Scheduling changes in customizer, it is… Continue Reading →

HostGator VS DreamHost – WordPress Hosting Comparison - WhatsWP

This comparison of HostGator VS DreamHost compares the two hosts from the perspective of background, package, features, performance, customer support and price value, showing the commons and differences clearly. HostGator and DreamHost are two experienced web hosts, and it’s not… Continue Reading →

Beginner’s Guide: How to Add 301 Redirects to WordPress - WP Kube

Struggling with how to add 301 redirects to WordPress? These nifty redirects are an SEO friendly approach that let you re-route traffic to your site in a number of helpful ways. But they’re also confusing for many casual WordPress users…. Continue Reading →

Postman SMTP Plugin With Unpatched Vulnerability Removed From Directory - Wordfence Blog

We have received a number of questions regarding the Postman SMTP plugin which was removed from the WordPress.org directory this week. According to an archived snapshot, the plugin is installed on over 100,000 websites. We assume it was removed because… Continue Reading →

The September 2017 WordPress Attack Report - Wordfence Blog

This edition of the WordPress Attack Report is a continuation of the monthly series we’ve been publishing since December 2016. Reports from the previous months can be found here. This report contains the top 25 attacking IPs for September 2017… Continue Reading →

5 Refer a Friend Plugins for WooCommerce - WP Solver

October 6th in Plugin Lists by WordPress Jedi . WooCommerce makes is easier to bring your store online. You will need to promote your business effectively to increase your sales. One way to do that is by relying on your… Continue Reading →

Roundup of the top WordPress security plugins - GoDaddy Garage

If you have a WordPress website for your small business, and you haven’t already learned about security and security plugins, your time is now. This is an essential part of maintaining your website. In this post, in addition to looking… Continue Reading →

How to start an art blog that gets noticed - GoDaddy Garage

If you’re an artist, the best time to learn how to start an art blog is now. The party is far from over and you haven’t missed a thing. Blogging takes time and effort but if you do it consistently,… Continue Reading →

How To Decide Between Regular and Managed WordPress Hosting - Newt Labs

Choosing a hosting provider isn’t simple at all. They will be responsible for the security, speed, and availability of your website so you need take all of these into account amongst other factors. Hosting issues may affect your credibility, and… Continue Reading →

Gravityscan Lowers Price and Adds Free Trial - Wordfence Blog

We have an exciting announcement today regarding the Gravityscan project. As you know the Wordfence team launched Gravityscan on May 16th of this year. Gravityscan is designed to provide malware and vulnerability scanning for any website. Background: Wordfence is a security… Continue Reading →

How to Update WordPress, Plugins, and Themes - WP Shout

One of the easiest ways to improve the security of your WordPress site is to always keep your WordPress “core”, and the plugins and themes you use up-to-date. Doing this means that when problems (or “vulnerabilities”) in these softwares are… Continue Reading →

Protect online privacy with these 6 tools and tricks - GoDaddy Garage

Web designers and developers have an extra level of responsibility to their clients (and themselves) to protect online privacy. If you buy domain names, host websites, or even have conversations about proprietary information and private clients, you need to seriously… Continue Reading →

Episode 44 – One Stop Shop for Support & Maintenance w/ Brandon Hopper - Imagely Photography Podcast

Brandon Hopper is the owner of the company The Hopper Company LLC based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He provides web design services, website support and maintenance, and marketing integration. In addition to his web services, Brandon also helps businesses develop… Continue Reading →

Dev Chat Summary: October 4th (4.9 week 10) - Make WordPress Core

This post summarizes the dev chat meeting from October 4th (agenda, Slack archive). 4.9 schedule Today is the Beta 1 deadline for enhancements and feature requests. All tickets have been scrubbed as of earlier today, any that are still open when… Continue Reading →

A Visualization of How WordPress Works - WP Shout

I’ve been sharing security stuff lately, but we announced the course yesterday, so I feel like I should change up what I’m linking to a little. And then I found an old tab (I have hundreds of old browser tabs,… Continue Reading →

Do your clients need a WordPress security plugin? - GoDaddy Garage

Discussing WordPress security with your clients is a crucial step in the development process, and one where you might want some advice. Whether you’re evaluating a WordPress security plugin or a manual solution, both options have their pros and cons…. Continue Reading →

How to do your own website security audit - GoDaddy Garage

It seems almost every day there’s a story in the news about the latest hacked website. Most think it will never happen to them — until it does. At any given point, hackers could be checking out your website for… Continue Reading →

15 tips to improve product images and boost online sales - GoDaddy Garage

When you think about it, running an online store is no different than running a brick-and-mortar shop. You need to be available when customers want to shop. You need to offer products they want. And customer service has to be… Continue Reading →

GreenGeeks VS WebHostingHub - WhatsWP

GreenGeeks and WebHostingHub are 2 famous hosting providers. Some customers are confused about which one is the better personal WordPress hosting choice. As a matter of fact, GreenGeeks and WebHostingHub both offer quality WordPress hosting service. The GreenGeeks vs WebHostingHub… Continue Reading →

Ask Wordfence Episode 1: Setting Up Minimum Viable WordPress Security - Wordfence Blog

Last week we emailed a small group of our customers asking them to contribute questions for a series of videos we will be running. We received questions from many of you, so thank you very much for participating! Today we… Continue Reading →

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