InMotion Hosting Launches Major Improvement to WordPress Hosting Offerings

Launch of WordPress Hosting

Long an industry leader in web hosting, InMotion Hosting has taken steps to improve its services even more with its NEW WordPress Hosting, which provides a combination of hardware and software designed to further enhance speed, performance, and reliability of any WordPress site. Continue reading “InMotion Hosting Launches Major Improvement to WordPress Hosting Offerings”

3 Things to Consider When Picking a Location for Your Data Center

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With the power of modern servers and Internet data speeds, something like the geographical location of a server may seem trivial. After all, data zips across the Internet so quickly, so does location matter anymore? Shared or VPS Hosting customers may not need quite as much out of their hosting plans. But, Dedicated Server clients demand greater performance, speed, and reliability. Squeezing more out of a server means exploiting every opportunity for performance boosters, including Data Center location. Continue reading “3 Things to Consider When Picking a Location for Your Data Center”

What Are The Key Advantages Of High-Availability VPS?

vps-imageFor a number of years, Virtual Private Server (VPS) Hosting has been a sweet spot between the affordability of Shared Hosting and the operational power of a Dedicated Server. The introduction of cloud infrastructures has taken that concept, and extended it even further. We recently introduced some new features to our VPS Hosting plans that essentially give you a number of the benefits of cloud hosting, without any increase in cost. Here’s a look at some of the new cloud-inspired features we have added to make our Virtual Private Server Hosting more powerful than it has even been. Continue reading “What Are The Key Advantages Of High-Availability VPS?”

Effective Networking Strategies to Build Your Small Business’s Customer Base

The key to developing a profitable company is a growing customer base interested in purchasing your goods or services. In order to build this demand, it is critical to create a process for scouting and developing new clientele. Building your customer base will take time and effort but the important part is to focus on finding out who your target audience is, where to find them, and how to captivate them. Continue reading “Effective Networking Strategies to Build Your Small Business’s Customer Base”

Top VPS Hosting provider chosen by WebHostingSecretRevealed.net

Being Ranked the Best VPS Hosting Service
Every business starts out with the philosophy that their operation is going to be different. They are going to do what the “big boys” aren’t doing and that’s engaging with their customers and listening to their comments, suggestions and even complaints (if it comes to that). And, for the most part, when a business is small enough it can handle this level of rapid and personalized service. But as most businesses do, you grow – which is great for you and your bottom line, but what usually takes the first hit? Yeah, customer service. Continue reading “Top VPS Hosting provider chosen by WebHostingSecretRevealed.net”

Girl Develop It – Steering the Future of Women in Tech

NatalieAnytime the topic of technology arises in the news or media, it’s about what new ‘thing’ has been invented to make our lives easier. We are always talking about a new app that helps find the cheapest gas, or an app that edits photos with a seemingly endless amount of filters and features. But one thing we sometimes fail to focus on are the people behind these technologies. The minds that work and code meticulously through endless hours, and sleepless nights to bring us these advancements in technology. We appreciate the faces behind each line of code written, and we want to share the story of one such group that is making it possible for women to prominently step into these roles. Continue reading “Girl Develop It – Steering the Future of Women in Tech”

Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’: What You Need to Know for April 2015

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Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’: What You Need to Know for April 2015 

Google’s primary purpose is to help you find what you’re looking for. It’s a simple enough business model, and they’ve done a great job sticking to their bread and butter throughout their ascent to the goliath of the internet as well as the highest-trafficked website in the world. And now, with the proliferation of mobile devices as an everyday necessity for the average consumer comes the truth that most of the internet and all its applications are being accessed increasingly by mobile devices and tablets. Continue reading “Google’s ‘Mobilegeddon’: What You Need to Know for April 2015”

WordCamp St.Louis 2015

Now that I have caught up after missing my connector Sunday forcing travel into Monday, thank you American Airlines; I now have time to write about how my first WordCamp went in St. Louis. I chose St. Louis for two reasons; one is that it is where I grew up and I have friends and family in the area I was able to stay with, and two was that it is one of the bigger WordCamps with over 300 people in attendance this year. I was one of the more than 175 newbies or first-timers to a WordCamp. WordCamp St. Louis 2015 was hosted on the campus of Washington University. This was nice because it allowed me to relive my youth around UCity and for attendees to see more eclectic parts of St. Louis. Continue reading “WordCamp St.Louis 2015”