WordPress Week in Review EP40 :: True Cost of WP Site, Crushing Squarespace, Security, Godaddy Acquisition

WordPress Week in Review EP40  :: True Cost of WP Site, Crushing Squarespace, Security, Godaddy Acquisition

If you’ve landed on this post because you’re deciding whether to go with WordPress or Squarespace, let me make your decision easier for you: choose WordPress every time. While both provide a platform for you to build a website, they are vastly different. 27 Reasons Why WordPress Crushes Squarespace Every Time How Much Does It… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP38 :: Brute Force Attack Analysis, Best WP Page Builders, Latest WP features, WordPress Community

WordPress Week in Review EP38 :: Brute Force Attack Analysis, Best WP Page Builders, Latest WP features, WordPress Community

We have code-named this organization JerseyShore … Multiple complaints to PSL have resulted in no change in this behavior and PSL IP addresses are continuing to engage in a large number of brute force attacks. When analyzing 91.200.12. In-Depth Analysis of a Criminal Organization Targeting WordPress Websites   The Eight Best Drag-&-Drop WordPress Page Builder… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP34 :: Customization This Year, Trends, Outdated SEO, Grow Audience, HTTPS

WordPress Week in Review EP34 :: Customization This Year, Trends, Outdated SEO, Grow Audience, HTTPS

The editor will endeavour to create a new page and post building experience that makes writing rich posts effortless, and has “blocks” to make it easy what today might take shortcodes, custom HTML, or “mystery meat” embed discovery. Customization in 2017 5 WordPress Trends to Look Out for in 2017 14 years after its initial… Read more »

WordPress Week in Review EP33 :: Workflow, Events To Look Out For, SEO, WordFence, and CTAs

WordPress Week in Review EP33 :: Workflow, Events To Look Out For, SEO, WordFence, and CTAs

What 2017 Will Mean for Your WordPress Workflow 2016 was a big year for WordPress, and 2017 is already set to be even bigger. With Let’s Encrypt changing the SSL landscape, Automattic changing the criteria of their recommended hosting solutions, and the REST API continuing its emergence, there’s a lot to consider in the months… Read more »