Category: Pagely News

  • Slides from Joshua Eichorn’s Scaling WooCommerce #wooconf talk.

    This week our own CTO and expert developer Joshua Eichorn spoke to a crowd of over 200 at the first WooCommerce Conference. He discussed scaling WordPress and more specifically scaling WooCommerce. We just happen to have some expertise in WooCommerce Hosting. Below are his slides.

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  • Announcing Account Sub Users v1

    Today we have a little news to announce. We have launched version 1 of the sub accounts feature. We have had this item on the backlog for sometime and we are happy to have pushed it live. What is a Pagely Sub User? Each Pagely customer has a primary user account they use to access […]

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  • A new look for the service that started it all.

    Many moons ago we started on this project, however you are now looking at the spanking new Pagely® branding and website. We made a few branding and stylistic tweaks along the way in our five years of managing WordPress, but this is the first top to bottom rebrand. Have a look around and please tell […]

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  • Managed WordPress Hosting Turns 5

    We had an idea. Five years ago, way back in the internet dark ages, hosting options for WordPress were pretty lousy. Hosting companies were selling “unlimited everything” plans for $4.95/mo (some still do). It looked good on the surface, but if you ever used those companies back then you remember the terrible performance, the unmitigated […]

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  • Run HHVM WordPress at Pagely

    Here at Pagely® we’ve been working hard on getting our VPS & Enterprise setups dialed in. Please consider running HHVM with us in beta and here is all the information you need to know. What is HHVM? HHVM stands for Hip-Hop Virtual Machine and is an open-source virtual machine designed for executing programs written in […]

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  • Pagely® Now Offers Staging on VPS & Above

    Here at Pagely, we’ve had customers requesting a staging location for some time, and we finally have an answer. Our VPS hosting plans and above (Enterprise) now feature staging – which is great news. The current staging we have in place syncs files and databases between sites with the ability to ignore tables and/or files. […]

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  • Delivering the “Managed” part of Managed WordPress Hosting

    WordPress 3.7 is around the corner and the core team is putting much effort into auto-upgrades of core with the ability to also auto-upgrade plugins. Here at Pagely we have been managing WordPress and plugin upgrades for our clients for years. The primary difference between what we do and what the new WordPress core system […]

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  • Pagely Hires Former StumbleUpon Director of Engineering Joshua Eichorn as CTO.

    I think there are several events through the life of a company where you can reflect back and declare as a watershed moment. Today I am happy to announce what I believe will be one of those moments in the life of Pagely. This summer we made an offer to one of the brightest developers […]

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  • Pagely turns 4. Help us celebrate with a 30 day try-out.

    Happy Birthday to us. In September 2009 we dusted off some old code we had written for provisioning WordPress, cleaned it up, and launched the worlds first Managed WordPress Hosting service. Since then we have been enjoying helping thousands of customers secure, upgrade, and accelerate their WordPress powered sites. This year we are turning the […]

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  • Pagely acquires competitor BlogDroid.com

    Pagely Acquires Competing Managed WordPress Hosting Company BlogDroid.com Phoenix AZ – The first to market and leading provider in Managed WordPress hosting, Pagely, has reached an agreement to acquire competing service BlogDroid in an all cash deal. Financial details were not disclosed. As a result of the sale, customers will move from the existing BlogDroid […]

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