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WordPress Optimization Tips Part Two

This is part two in a four part series. If you missed Optimizing WordPress Tips part one, you can read it here. Keep Your WordPress Site Updated Keeping your site updated – meaning WordPress along with the themes and plugins installed on your site are kept up-to-date – shows the…

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WordPress Optimization Tips Part One

This is part one of a four part series on optimizing your WordPress website. Optimize Background Processes There are a variety of processes that run in the background of your website. These include, but are not limited to backups, checking for updates, people fetching content, search engines crawling your website,…

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What is Managed WordPress Hosting

With WordPress becoming more and more popular, retaining its ranking as the highest used platform for website creation even as the number of website builders continues to grow, some website hosting companies have decided to offer special hosting that is optimized for WordPress websites.  This means that many of the…

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KISS – Why Can’t I Remember This?

I’ve been doing websites on some level for over 17 years. I’ve been working specifically with WordPress for about ten years now and manage about 150 sites. Some might hear that and think, “wow, I bet she knows her stuff.” Others, might look at that and thing, “that’s nothing.” The…

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What To Do With That Backup…

We all know how important it is to have a backup of your site. Many of you have me doing this for you (which I love to do). And a few of you do it for yourself. Here’s my question…if you are doing it for yourself, do you know what…

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Adding Your POP3 Web-Based Email to Your Personal Gmail Account

If you are using web-based email connected to your website, it can be a hassle to need to explore your personal and business emails in two different spaces.  Many prefer to have them connected into one space.  I’ve done a quick video to walk you through this process. If you…

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