• Pagely Changes the Caching Game in Hosting with Object Cache Pro Partnership

    Pagely is thrilled to announce our partnership with Object Cache Pro. Utilizing state of the art compression technology, Object Cache Pro is now part of Pagely’s core offering, and available to all of our customers, platform wide. Offering major cost savings, access to some of the world’s best technology, and a dedicated DevOps team to

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  • Are Pageviews a Valid Billing Metric?

    Catch up on the conversation. This piece comes as a followup to our CEO Joshua Strebel’s recent piece on why you should never pay your WordPress host for pageviews. Managed WordPress hosting has exploded across the hosting industry since Pagely created it way back in 2006. Overall, the level of innovation that the mainstream has

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  • Pageviews is a Bogus Billing Metric for WordPress Hosts

    Since this is the internet – and the rules of the internet clearly state everyone gets an opinion, I’d like to share one of mine around website hosting billing plans. Quick backstory: 10+ years ago when we launched Pagely we did so with a simple line on our pricing page denoting a rough estimate of

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  • PHP Worker Performance Benchmarking and Test Results

    At Pagely, we pride ourselves on providing the best possible solutions for our customers. Sometimes, that requires dedicating a significant amount of research and development into truly discovering what works best. Whenever possible, we always want to take a data-backed approach. That’s why we’ve run several benchmarks to determine how PHP workers impact a site’s

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  • WordPress Security Updates: April 2020

    These monthly reports are provided for the WordPress community at large from Pagely’s head of security, Robert Rowley. Rowley and the entire security team keep their finger on the pulse of any potential vulnerabilities that might affect our customers, as well as any WordPress user. We sincerely hope these efforts help any and all that

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  • WordPress Security Updates: March 2020

    These monthly reports are provided for the WordPress community at large from Pagely’s head of security, Robert Rowley. Rowley and the entire security team keep their finger on the pulse of any potential vulnerabilities that might affect our customers, as well as any WordPress user. We sincerely hope these efforts help any and all that

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  • April

    It’s the first day of April – 2020 Big Sigh Be stay safe out there, please.

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  • Pagely Named “Best-in-Class” AWS Retail Partner Along Side IBM, Deloitte, and more.

    On stage at AWS re:Invent 2019 this week, Pagely was recognized as the best-in-class, and only, Managed WordPress Host AWS Retail Competency Partner. As AWS puts it, “if you’re on a journey to transform your business while driving new value to end customers, AWS Competency Partners have the expertise and comprehensive capability to help retailers

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  • Scaling Up vs. Scaling Out: What’s the Difference?

    Whether you’re running a single WordPress site or a million, you’ve likely come across this question at least once: how do I scale as I grow? It’s a tough question to face. Should you scale up to a larger server, scale horizontally to additional servers, or is there something else that you should do instead?

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  • Top WordPress Development Agencies

    One of the biggest benefits of using the WordPress content management system is the enormous development community supporting it. Whether you need a new WordPress site with custom functionality or a nifty new plugin, there’s hundreds of web development companies ready to take on your WordPress project. But, having so many options presents a challenge:

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