It seems to be awards season everywhere, even in the hosting world! InMotion Hosting has once again received a #1 hosting for personal and small business award from a prestigious review site, https://hostingreview360.com, and we are all “stumble up the stairs in a designer gown to accept an Oscar excited!!!”
As a company, InMotion Hosting took the initiative to not only change the perception of calling technical support, but to develop a top-notch Support Center, and a network and service so solid that customers may find Support as a backup option to resolving their problems. An amazing, 24/7 chat, phone, and ticket backup staffed by brilliant and amazing people who are not only technical, but understand what it is to be human and have a question.
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During the month of November InMotion Hosting held its annual Food Drive in our Los Angeles and Virginia Beach offices. We feel that it is important to give back to the local communities and our annual Food Drive is just one way that we can make a impact.
This year we donated to the Foodbank of Southern Virginia & the Eastern Shore and Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
We would like to say Thank You to the associates who donated to these causes and support IMH’s efforts to make a difference.
This month our InMotion Hosting Sales and Web Design departments continued our commitment to the City of VA Beach’s Adopt a Street Program. Team Members ventured out in the cold to pick up litter along Sentara Way in VA Beach, VA.
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This past weekend, Jeff M from our Customer Community team attended WordCamp Raleigh and spoke to attendees about WordPress optimization. His presentation titled “Stop Eating Resources and Optimize Your WordPress Site“ informed WordPress users on how to better optimize their site to increase server performance and visitor experience. Jeff believes that everyone’s site has the opportunity to become faster than it already is and was excited to help users hit the next level of site performance.
You can read more about Jeff’s time at WordCamp Raleigh here.