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  • WordPress Hosting Running Slow? Migrate to Flywheel

    Although there’re tons of reasons that your WordPress installation is running slow (including poorly written plugins and themes), I believe the single biggest reason why people have problems is that of their hosting company. The additional need for social buttons and integrations compounds the issue – many of them load terribly slow as well. People notice. Your audience notices.

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 33 readers -
  • Who Were the Most Loved MarTech Companies of 2016?

    … We’ve been having some incredible conversations on our new MarTech Community, already attracting over 650 new members and we’ve just kicked it off! Since we kicked off the community at the end of 2016, we decided to ask a little bit of a different question: Who is your favorite #martech company (not your own) that continues to exceed your…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blog- 24 readers -
  • The Best WordPress Plugins for Business 2014

    …. FeedPress – A reliable alternative to FeedBurner, FeedPress automatically handles feed redirections and updates your feed in real time each time you publish a new post. SB RSS Feed Plus – Add a post thumbnail, signature (e.g., “Source: XYZ”) and advertisements to your RSS feed. Maven Algolia – Add autocomplete to your WordPress site search…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin EMail Blogging- 23 readers -
  • If You Loved Your WordPress Clients, You Would…

    … …host them with WPEngine. In the last few years, we successfully migrated all of our WordPress clients to WPEngine and it’s been an amazing experience. It hasn’t been perfect, I think some growing pains caused a few issues, but I can’t think of a better move we ever made. We wanted to help clients with their marketing, not worry about ridiculous…

    Douglas Karr/ Marketing Technology Blogin Blogging- 5 readers -
  • WordPress Problems: 7 Crucial Things You Should Never Do with WordPress

    Did you know that 19% of the web is run by WordPress? It’s a fantastic content management system, but it is possible to make mistakes, some of which could even be damaging to your business. We use WordPress on our site because it’s reliable and we’ve had very few problems. I love the plugin architecture where you can easily extend the basic functionality through paid or free plugins.

    Ian Cleary/ RazorSocial- 9 readers -
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