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Optimizing WordPress for Speed

There’s a lot of hype around page speed, and the hype is usually centered around 2 main points: SEO: The Google algorithm measures page load time as one of its many search ranking factors UX - User Experience: It’s well documented that…
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GravityView Diversity Grant

As PressNomics 6 approaches, it’s humbling to see how it’s grown beyond a conference for people that power the WordPress economy, to a community of awesome individuals and organizations that come together to spark change in our ecosystem. I’d like to introduce…
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For Safety, the P3 Plugin Has Been Banned

We spend every April 1st playing jokes on each other that rely on comical hoaxes and abuse our trust, but make us giggle during this annual tradition. We know these fantastical stories are most likely false and intended to entertain. Stories like…
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Expectations From Customer Support In Today’s Top Brands

For many brands, the concept of customer support has been a comforting constant over the last several decades of broad, dynamic changes in the marketplace. But now technology is rapidly changing customer support expectations, and today's brands have to transform their support…
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Pagely Security Updates

This article covers our public notifications related to major security issues our clients and the WordPress community should know about. We are always focused on prevention and the mitigation of risk to our clients, and keeping you updated here is part of…
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How to Develop a Business Continuity Plan

The unpredictable and varied nature of modern disasters -- whether they're hurricanes, cyberattacks, or wildfires -- can make planning for business continuity a challenge. Disaster can strike anytime, anywhere. Your plans become even more important as the world grows ever-less predictable. Because…
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The 2019 SEO Checklist for Webmasters

According to Net Market Share, Google is still the search engine leader with 75% of searches made on Google.com. With that in mind, following their best SEO practices is a good strategy and something all businesses should have on their checklist. This…
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