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Giveaway worth $1,250 – Win Three Premium WordPress plugins from Web Factory

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Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over. That usually means discounts are on hold, and everyone’s waiting for Christmas in order to start new promotions. To make this in-between period a little bit more fun, we have decided to give away several licenses for our most popular WordPress products. Who would like an early Christmas… Read More

Interview: Stefano Ginella from WOptimize

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WOptimize.io is a newborn baby in the WordPress support and maintenance world. It has been launched in October 2017, thus it’s still quite small – right now the team counts only two members. The business has its headquarters in Italy but since the team considers themselves digital nomads they’re usually not in the same place… Read More

Interview: Nigel Jennings from WP Hero

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WP Hero started a couple of years ago and like a lot of support and management services, it morphed out of a web design/services company. They are a bit different though; there are two co-founders from different parts of the world – Nigel from Ireland and David from the US. The guys met in India… Read More

Interview: Phillip Koo from Zen WP

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Zen WP was a separate venture of advertising and creative agency (still growing today) in California back in 2013. At that time, Zen WP was actually called MemberFixers, which provided a range of technical support and services for membership websites on a subscription basis, not only for WordPress but also for Drupal. During the early… Read More

Interview: Brad Williams from Maintainn

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Maintainn is a WordPress maintenance company owned by WebDevStudios (WDS), a web design and development agency that specializes in creating WordPress websites for small businesses and enterprise level projects. In total, WDS has a team of 29 (not including COO, Lisa Sabin-Wilson, and Brad Williams), but Maintainn has five full-time employees that provide WordPress support… Read More

Interview: Rikard Degler from SteadyWP

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Before becoming a freelance WordPress developer in 2012, Rikard was working as a test engineer for SonyEricsson in Sweden for a couple of years. Today, Rikard is a project manager. He handles all communication and makes sure everything runs smoothly at SteadyWP. Although running a WordPress maintenance company, his full-time work is with Kriesi Media, providing… Read More

Interview: Steven Kaufman from ValiusWP

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ValiusWP was founded and based out of Sacramento, California. Currently, the company has got 3 full-time employees and several contracted ones that help on more ad-hoc projects. The team has offices in Italy and California with employees spanning the globe from Hungary, the Philippines and, South America. Over the last ten years, Steven’s experience includes… Read More

Interview: Bodhi McGee from Total WP Support

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Bodhi McGee is a WordPress developer and designer working with websites since 2010. Before that, Bodhi was involved in e-learning for the SPCA of Australia and TAFE education in Australia. He is head of support at Total WP Support which means that every client will contact Bodhi before the job is delegated as needed to… Read More

How to Optimize a WordPress Database to Run Faster

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“If your business isn’t online, it doesn’t exist” was a common saying in the middle of the last decade. It was, is, and will be true, but it’s no longer enough. Nowadays, your business not only needs a website but it should load quickly on any mobile device. People aren’t patient enough to wait for… Read More

Interview: Rob Dobson from WPMaintenance.Love

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Rob originally built websites. But not being much of a designer, he moved into digital marketing. He still finds himself building websites for smaller digital marketing clients an eventually this started to be solely using WordPress. After finding out that several digital marketing clients of his used WordPress websites and wanted them optimised both for… Read More