17 Essential Tools We Use To Run A Remote Company

For many Working Remote is a fad, or a movement. For me I’ve been doing it for as long as I can remember. Pretty much since I was 19 years old. One of the most important parts of running a remote company is picking the right tools. We carefully tested tools and found these 17 […]

How To Build An Audience Through Blogging

I used to be a somewhat well known and famous blogger. Back when the blogosphere as it was called was in it’s infancy. I loved every moment of it. Coming up with content ideas, and writing as much content about topics I loved as often as I could. But then life happened and that passion […]

Speed Up WordPress by Changing Web Hosts

We have been transitioning WordPress websites off of slower web hosts for a while now, and even just making that one change can make a huge difference. Our hosting platform includes faster response times, better caching and overall can increase the page loading time of your site. Here are some stats from Pingdom tests on […]

WordPress Website Safety in a Natural Disaster

There has been a huge amount of discussion about Hurricane Irma as well as Hurricane Harvey which proceeded it and how it might affect different industries, and one area that isn’t talked about often is web hosting. For many people, having their site go down for a few hours, or even a few days, isn’t […]

WordPress Plugin Updates – Don’t Be Afraid, It’s Important

I often get called in to look at a website running WordPress with out of date plugins. I ask the owners why they haven’t updated and often the answer I hear is one of fear. “I am worried that it will break things,” they say. If you are in the same boat, don’t feel bad. […]

Scalable WordPress: Not a Myth

Through my entire career, I’ve run into people that didn’t believe that WordPress could scale. They looked at sites weighed down by poorly coded themes and plugins or just made assumptions based on experiences from a long time ago. WordPress can scale to meet the needs of any size website if developed and managed correctly. […]

100ms of Latency Cost This Company 1% In Sales

Read the following paragraph and then let it soak in: “Amazon found every 100ms of latency cost them 1% in sales. Google found an extra .5 seconds in search page generation time dropped traffic by 20%. A broker could lose $4 million in revenues per millisecond if their electronic trading platform is 5 milliseconds behind […]