Impressions From WordCamp US 2019

As a longtime sponsor of open-source projects, InMotion Hosting was thrilled to have the opportunity to sponsor WordCamp US 2019 in St. Louis, Missouri. WordCamp US is the year end WordPress meetup for North America. There were over 2,000 attendees – including Cody, Harry, and Joseph from InMotion Hosting. Each of them attended an expert speaker session and we wanted to take the opportunity to share their highlights:

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Prevent WordPress Website Hacking with these 3 Tips

Sometimes you just need a few suggestions to get going with a concept. In this case, we want a few tips on how to keep our WordPress website from being hacked. Keep in mind that these are just a few suggestions out of many that will help keep your users and your data secure. For a more in-depth discussion, check out 10 Steps to Better Website Security.

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5 Ways To Get Involved In The WordPress Community

 Join the WordPress Community | InMotion Hosting

WordPress is just a system. It’s an app. But the people who use WordPress and contribute to its ongoing improvement bring their unique experiences to the program. Whether you’re just a WordPress user or a developer building plugins and contributing to the core, there’s a growing community of other WordPress users out there you can connect with. You never know what you might learn by taking WordPress off your screen and bringing it into the world. Here are five ways you can easily immerse yourself in the WordPress community.

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Master Your Inbox For Focus and Clarity

Master your email inbox | InMotion Hosting

Did you know spam makes up most of the email traffic going back and forth from inboxes all over the world? It’s not surprising at all how much spam is out there when you consider how much time you spend clearing all that crud out of your inbox. Most knowledge workers spend 5.6 hours per day checking email. All that constant checking will not only cause a serious lack of productivity but is sure to get stressful. However, managing your email can be more of a joy than a curse if you take a few simple steps. Continue reading –>

Pro Projects That Require A Dedicated Server

You may be wondering, do I need a dedicated server? Deciding whether or not to make a jump up to dedicated is not a life-altering decision. It comes down to data and dollars. If your business is growing, your hosting needs will change. Dedicated hosting is just another way to serve the best possible experience and add the most value for your prospects. 

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