WP Engine Review: A Look at a Prominent Managed WordPress Host

WP Engine is a powerful managed WordPress host that offers cloud computing for scalable hosting environments and enough tools and flexibility for developers to play around with. As their name suggests, WP Engine is entirely optimized for WordPress. Let’s take a look at everything they have to offer WordPress users and how their services measure up to similar hosts. WP Engine Hosting Review: Pricing, Performance,…

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Flywheel Hosting Review: Managed WordPress Hosting for Web Designers

Managed WordPress hosting is tempting. After so many years of low-quality shared hosts reigning supreme within the WordPress industry, more and more quality hosts have stepped up to the plate to offer better hosting solutions for WordPress. Flywheel is one such host. They promise quality cloud hosting with WordPress-specific features at an affordable price. In this post, we examine everything Flywheel has to offer for…

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RAIDBOXES Hosting Review: Managed WordPress Hosting for Europe

Managed WordPress hosting is definitely the way to go when it comes to running a WordPress site. Shared hosts may be cheaper, but they’re plagued with performance issues, vulnerable server infrastructures and websites you’re in charge of securing yourself as well as an overall lack of quality support. These are the issues managed WordPress hosts set out to solve, and RAIDBOXES is no different. They’ve…

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Bluehost Review: Is it the Best Option in WordPress Hosting?

Bluehost is a prominent web hosting company most notable for their cheap shared hosting plans. They’ve been WordPress’ most recommended host since 2005. This recommendation has led to the perfection and optimization of their WordPress services over the years despite also supporting other content management systems. In this post, we review Bluehost’s pricing and services in terms of what they have to offer for WordPress…

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7 Buffer Alternatives for Efficient Social Media Management and Scheduling

Buffer has become a powerhouse in social media marketing, and for good reason, too. Still, Buffer alternatives have arisen, and they’re just as necessary. For starters, Buffer doesn’t seem too keen on implementing automation into its tool, at least not without the use of third-party apps and plugins. Plus, its Tier 1 to Tier 2 pricing jumps quite a bit if you happen to need…

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How to Plan Social Media Posts with Revive Old Posts

Social media marketing is one of the most difficult aspects of business to master. Nevertheless, planning an effective social media calendar is possible when you use the right tools. In this post, we bring you a tutorial on how to plan social media posts with a WordPress plugin called Revive Old Posts. It automates social media marketing by sharing your blog posts, pages, products and…

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Revive Old Posts Review: How to Receive More Traffic from Social Media

Many professional bloggers follow the same strategy when it comes to content marketing: promote more, create less. This strategy involves the use of social media to grow a following outside of your website and use that following to promote content new and old. That’s where a plugin like Revive Old Posts comes into play. It puts content promotion on autopilot by sharing blog posts to…

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