SiteLock develops security WordPress plugin for GoDaddy customers

Small businesses to personal bloggers and everyone inbetween who uses GoDaddy will now have more convenient access to analyzing their site’s security. Website security solutions company SiteLock and GoDaddy have partnered to introduce a new WordPress plugin with their security services for customers. “We’ve [partnered] with SiteLock for a year and a half now and have been … Read more

GoDaddy launches one-stop-shop for website developers

For professional website developers and designers, managing your customer’s website just got easier. GoDaddy, the world’s largest technology provider dedicated to small business, today announced two new products, GoDaddy WebPro and four new full-featured plans for Managed WordPress hosting. GoDaddy SVP and GM of Hosting and Security, Jeff King said, “We think about half of small … Read more

Third annual PressNomics conference brings together WordPress Community

The third installment of the annual PressNomics conference kicked off today with hundreds of guests and more than 15 speakers at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel and Conference Center. The event brings together companies from the WordPress community to engage in conversation centered around the success and failures of running a business. The conference is … Read more

#Hacked – Twitter's TweetDeck compromised

Hacking has become the world’s current pain-in-the-neck, with recent attacks on Target, eBay, and WordPress – to name a few. Companies are doing their best to combat hackers and secure their customer’s private information, but in a world of intellectual cyberpunks it is becoming easier for them to attack-and this time the little blue bird … Read more

WordPress hosting site Pagely expands product lines

Pagely, a product focused exclusively on managing WordPress hosting, has been busy coding for months to support its new WordPress hosting plans and features supported by Amazon that expand the product line and cater to a wider audience. Most plans now allow multiple WordPress installs, a Pagely first for non-enterprise accounts, as previously all standard … Read more

The anatomy of a website – WordCamp PHX experts delve into design and engagement

This past weekend WordCamp Phoenix held a sold out event for developers, designers, hobbyists, and WordPress users everywhere. WordCamp Phoenix is a non-profit event, led by volunteers who organized conferences, seminars, workshops, presentations, and networking events in order to celebrate the WordPress community. During the event GoDaddy launched its new web hosting platform dedicated to … Read more

WordCamp Phoenix to take place January 17th-19th

Small business owners, bloggers, designers, developers or anyone else who has an interest in WordPress will come together at WordCamp Phoenix 2014! This three-day event combines workshops, classes and parties featuring the best of what the WordPress community has to offer. The sponsored event will provide an opportunity to learn from the best – Friday … Read more

Page.ly Acquires Competitor BlogDroid

Page.ly, a managed WordPress hosting company, announced the acquisition of competing service BlogDroid in an all cash deal* with the goal to diversify their customer profile. During the transition, Page.ly will manage the BlogDroid domain name and move customers from the existing BlogDroid infrastructure to their hosting platform. BlogDroid customers will immediately benefit from Page.ly’s … Read more

PressNomics 2012: The Economics of WordPress Conference Sells Out

With the outrageous success and adoption of WordPress, and approximately 72 million active websites powered by the service, PressNomics has been created as an annual event to bring those together who know it best. Developing a community for learning and collaboration seems to be the theme, which will be lead this year by a talented … Read more

Marketing Press Provides Powerful WordPress Solutions for Businesses

It’s no secret that WordPress is the most popular open-source software in the world. In fact, WP is used by 14.7% of the websites listed in Alexa’s “Top 1million websites”–and there are almost 74million blogs hosted on WordPress.com. WP has become so popular because it’s free, easy to use, powerful, and extremely flexible. It’s possible … Read more

JumpBox Takes The Pain Out of Managing Open Source Software

We’ve come a long way since the days where it could cost tens of thousands of dollars to have a simple HTML website deployed. Nowadays we have access to hundreds of open source applications that allow for quick and agile site development. However, there are still some pain points with working with open source applications. … Read more