Happy Holidays from Pagely!

As we look toward the New Year, now is a good time to take a moment and reflect on all of the great things that happened in 2016. With that in mind, the staff at Pagely will be taking some time off over the holidays, and we hope you are able to do the same.

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WordPress Events and Conferences of 2017

One of the best things about WordPress is its dynamic (and global) community of users. Comprised of engineers, entrepreneurs, designers, marketers, and more, this group is on a constant quest to create, learn, and grow. So in the spirit of collective learning, here are the WordPress events & conferences you won’t want to miss in 2017.

Slick New Features in WordPress 4.7
The latest release of WordPress is out, and 4.7 is packing some big guns, including the much-anticipated WordPress REST API. Let’s take a look at the highlights of ‘Vaughan.’

Facebook Instant Articles: Everything You Need to Know
Facebook announced that it will soon be opening up the Facebook Instant Articles program to publishers of all sizes around the world. This means that now anyone with a website and a Facebook page will be able to take advantage of this new handy feature to host their content directly on the social network.

Why Serious eCommerce Brands Prefer WooCommerce Over Shopify
Shopify is great if you want to operate an online store in your spare time, but if you have big dreams in eCommerce, WooCommerce is the way to go. Here’s why…

8 Fundamental WordPress SEO Tips for Agencies
Out-of-the-box WordPress SEO functionality is definitely a debatable topic, so use these fundamental tips to help your clients rank higher in search engine results pages.

Popular A/B Testing Tools for WordPress
Although it’s certainly not a magical solution — successful AB testing requires hard work — it’s possible to experience a dramatic lift in sales and revenue by simply being open to experimentation.

Case Study: Zenefits
We’re a busy company trying to change an industry. The last thing I want us to worry about is DevOps spending time keeping WordPress updated. Pagely has our back.

9 Easy Steps for Coding a Custom WordPress Landing Page
If you’re looking for more customization at a better price, and you have a little bit of HTML and CSS knowledge, then you’re probably ready to code your own page. Here are 9 steps to code a custom WordPress landing page that’s optimized to your company’s needs.

Managed WordPress Hosting is 7 Years Old
7 years ago, Pagely® launched as a service that aimed to smooth and eliminate some of the technical hurdles of launching and hosting a WordPress powered site. It was a brand new category at the time, and now Managed WordPress Hosting is a ubiquitous channel within the broader Hosting industry.

One Last Thing

Pagely is launching a new joint publication on Medium called ‘Pressing Words.’ Follow us there for the latest and most interesting reads from the WordPress world!