WTF is caching?

If you’re digging through the difference between managed hosting + shared hosting + find yourself scratching your head about what caching even is, let’s tackle that nerdy term right now. The verb cache means store for future use, which is the perfect way to think about caching your site. When you use caching for WordPress, […]

The differences between managed + shared hosting

While there are dozens + dozens of hosting companies in the world, there are a limited number of hosting types. When focusing on WordPress websites, I like to compare the two most popular — managed + shared. If you’re not into nerdy things, hosting can feel like discussing insurance options (boring) but it’s important to […]

Testing updates with a staging site

You don’t have to risk breaking your live site because everyone is telling you to update to the latest version of WordPress. If you have a staging site, you can test the update without impacting your live site. Want to know the steps? Keep reading…

Does your site load fast enough?

It’d be easy to throw in a few jokes about size, but the reality is that site speed does matter, no matter what anyone tells you. 😝 As popular as mindfulness is, attention spans are not getting longer. Because of that, having a quick loading site is a great goal for your business. Users will […]

Speed up your WordPress site

In the video, I referenced a few elements that you can dig into in more detail with the articles below. Your Site Speed Matters How to Add + Remove Plugins Is Your Website Loading Fast Enough tiny blue orange WordPress Hosting Services Improving Your Blog Images + Site Speed

The right way to update your plugins

Outdated plugins leave you vulnerable While there are plugin updates that exist purely to add new features + functionality to a plugin, there are just as many that fix security issues. Which is why plugin updates are crucial to take care of as an online entrepreneur. If you have a staging site, follow the steps […]

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