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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 18

AdWords This post is part 18 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about the importance of wireframing and why skipping over it doesn't make sense even though some self-proclaimed gurus may not feel…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 17

Wireframing This post is part 17 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about the importance of having good grammar and writing skills as a founder, whether it's for raising capital, communicating with customers/clients,…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 10

How to Get Press This post is part 10 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about how to handle all the advice you'll get as a first time founder. Today's post is about…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 8

Starting Broke This post is part 8 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked about founder retirement, including why it's important and why founders are often the worst at planning for it. Today's post…
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The Art of the WordPress Startup: Part 3

aStartup Pricing 101 This post is part 3 of a series on how to launch your startup on WordPress. Last time I talked in-depth about a common question first-time founders have (how they should deal with competitors), and this week we'll answer…
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Chandler Startup Weekend Summary

I recently attended Startup Weekend Chandler here in Phoenix and it was a great experience. Friendly staff, a nice location at the Gangplank Chandler, and lots of enthusiastic entrepreneurs. Friday night began with ideas being pitched and teams being formed around the…
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Introducing the Pagely Partner API

Managed WordPress Hosting SaaS for Everyone   Over a year ago we announced a program we called the Pagely Vertical Platform. It was a method for 3rd party plugin and theme developers to offer hosting in conjunction to their existing offerings. We…
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Pagely powers the news makers.

If you watch Hackernews or Techcrunch or just about any tech news outlet you see a cadre of the who's who in tech enjoying the press being lavished over them. Many times the press links back to an announcement made on their…
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The Cost of Support

This is in no way a rant. I/We love our customers to death and pride ourselves in taking great care of them. ++extra mile With any SaaS type of business, your users will need support. They'll have questions about your service, or…
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