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5 Reasons To Register Your Own Domain Name

5 Reasons To Register Your Own Domain Name

Whether you’re starting your own business, or just want to add a little more professionalism to your online persona. Whatever your reasons for registering a domain name, you’re making the right choice. Here are 5 reasons to register your own domain name and truly establish your presence in that crazy virtual world, we call the Internet. Credibility Nothing bugs me more when I’m d... »

Stop Using Passwords On WordPress With Clef

Stop Using Passwords On WordPress With Clef

Passwords are the de-facto way to secure any account, but forgetting your password can be a real pain; you could always use a password manager like LastPass. But what if you don’t want a password manager? Well, you could always use Clef, which completely removes the need to use both a username, and password on your WordPress site. What Is Clef? Put simply, it’s an app for your smartpho... »

WordPress Safety & Security [Infographic]

WordPress Safety & Security [Infographic]

WordPress is by far the most popular Content Management System (CMS) on the planet, powering around 20% of the worlds websites. But like Windows, this popularity has made WordPress vulnerable to attack. So why are some WordPress administrators still so laid back about WordPress security? This Infographic, created by WPTemplate, shows some of the ways in which WordPress admin’s trip up and le... »

Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Pressgram Launched With New iPhone App

Remember back in March when we told you about Pressgram, a new app that was being created to give blog owners an alternative to the privacy dubious Instagram? No? Well take a look here. They hit their Kickstarter goal and yesterday they finally launched. What Is Pressgram? As I mentioned above, Pressgram allows users to take control of their images, and not give them to the privacy ridden vortex t... »

WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” Released

WordPress 3.6 “Oscar” Released

The official WordPress Blog announced yesterday that the long awaited release of WordPress 3.6 has finally come to fruition so website owners can finally upgrade. So what’s new in WordPress 3.6? Let’s take a look… The WordPress elves have been very hard at work to bring some really great new features. I’ve personally upgraded RefuGeeks and also my other sites to WordPress ... »

InfiniteWP – A Great Way To Manage Multiple WordPress Instances

InfiniteWP – A Great Way To Manage Multiple WordPress Instances

Many people who own websites, including myself tend to have more than just one site. Personally I have this site, my personal site, and also a number of other websites that I run and maintain. All of my main websites are managed by WordPress, this is because it’s a great system that allows admins and users to quickly and easily manager their content online. However, it can be a real pain to ... »

Dreamhost Launches Managed WordPress Service, DreamPress

Dreamhost Launches Managed WordPress Service, DreamPress

Popular web host, DreamHost have launched a new managed WordPress service dubbed DreamPress. The service seems to be a good balance between basic shared hosting, and other managed WordPress services like WP Engine. As mentioned, DreamPress offers a lot more than just shared hosting that is “optimised” for WordPress. This really seems to be the closest thing to a premium managed WordPre... »

[Infographic] 10 Years Of WordPress

[Infographic] 10 Years Of WordPress

WordPress celebrated it’s 10 year anniversary last week, so to celebrate this, we thought we would bring you this very interesting infographic made by the guys over at MarketPress. The inforgraphic will take you through some very interesting nuggets of information that you may not have known about the popular blogging platform. It also explains some important landmarks in the history of Word... »

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