InMotion hosting is one of the most well-known website hosting companies on the web. They’ve been around for a long time and have a great reputation. I therefore decided to test their offering so I could report back here on WP Mayor.
Split testing (or A/B testing) is a very interesting topic that I’ve read about many times, however sadly I hadn’t found the time and opportunity to try out any services for conducting such testing until this week. As many of you already know, one of the main products from the WP Mayor team is the WP RSS Aggregator plugin and its premium add-ons.
Since launching the premium add-ons around a year ago I’ve been wanting to do some conversion testing with the website, so after checking what options were available I decided to test the waters with the Nelio A/B Testing solution. In this post I’ll be sharing my review of this service based on this experience.
If you want to add a ‘read more’ link to your manual excerpts, here’s how to do it.
I tested this code with a child theme from Genesis but it should work for all themes.
Choosing a good host is part of running a WordPress site, but many users wonder where to go from there. A properly optimized WordPress site can not only allow you to serve your customers better, but also greatly decreases your server loads. In the web hosting world, a few extra seconds to load your site could be the difference in converting a customer to a sale. In this article, we’ll show you how to improve server performance and page speed by leveraging things like browser caching and CDNs.
In case you’ve missed it, Media Temple have recently launched their Premium WordPress Hosting service, which puts them in direct competition with other providers (such as WP Engine and Page.ly) operating in the managed WordPress hosting niche.
Now Media Temple were the cool hosts that everyone wanted to be on just a few years ago, however there was a big shift when managed WordPress hosting providers entered the market, and they kind of lost their foothold in the WordPress market. With this new offering, they are back in the game and eagerly wanting to reclaim their slice of the pie. With their experience and technology they should be well positioned to become one of the leaders in the managed WordPress hosting niche. I’ve put them to the test and here’s what I found.
Every now and then I receive an email asking me for advice on resources where one would start learning about WordPress. Specifically, such enquiries tend to focus on going beyond the basics. Here’s what I recommend.