Category: WordPress

WordPress   How To Make Your WordPress Site Slower
  • July 25, 2014
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WordPress is a pretty straightforward content management system (CMS) for blogging. It’s fairly quick out of the box, but WordPress has a community of developers that have made plugins to allow WordPress to do pretty much anything you want. The downside of having so many options for plugins is that we, as webmasters, tend to want to install every plugin we can get our hands on.

WordPress   Using Google Analytics & WordPress
  • June 25, 2014
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Below you’ll find another batch of help articles to help you learn more about WordPress and optimize your WordPress Hosting account! If there are any topics you would like us to feature, just leave your ideas in the comments below.

News   WordPress   Now Offering Free ManageWP Accounts!
  • June 17, 2014
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Thanks to our brand new partnership with ManageWP, your WordPress Hosting service from A2 Hosting now features a free ManageWP account! Use ManageWP to run all of your WordPress sites from a single dashboard! I just ran through the setup and it couldn’t be easier. Just click the ManageWP icon in your cPanel account, enter your email address, click sign in and just like that ManageWP will auto-detect WordPress sites on your A2 Hosting account. Your free ManageWP account features include:

WordPress   How To Debug WordPress
  • May 22, 2014
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Not only do we have the goal of offering you the fastest WordPress Hosting service possible, we also want to make sure you optimize your WordPress account. Each week we’re publishing helpful content to teach you about all the ins and outs of WordPress. Below is a list of just some of our most recent articles:

WordPress   5 No-Brainer Tips To Keep Your WordPress Blog Updated
  • March 27, 2014
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You started a WordPress blog. It could have been a week, a month or 5-years ago that you launched your blog. You were excited about it too because you had a lot to say about the topic. You were starting a garden or buying a new house or wanted to share your expert chess tips. Whatever the reason for starting the blog, you obviously thought it was a good idea at the time. Your early posts were easy because you had a lot on your mind. As the days and weeks passed, your ideas for posts slowly began to vanish. We’ve all been there.

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