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WP Engine Unveils GeoIP: WordPress Marketers Can Now Deliver Location-Specific Content

WP Engine Unveils GeoIP: WordPress Marketers Can Now Deliver Location-Specific Content

By Kaya Ismail January 30, 2015 News & Headlines  Comments

WP Engine , a leading SaaS content management platform for websites and applications built on WordPress, has launched a brand new GeoIP feature, built to empower WordPress website marketers. WP Engine provides hosting, backup and technical support services for WordPress websites and apps. It caters for everybody, from bloggers to enterprising companies.   Read More →



Pressidium Launches First WordPress Hosting Platform With Enterprise-grade Architecture

Pressidium Launches First WordPress Hosting Platform With Enterprise-grade Architecture

By Kaya Ismail January 12, 2015 News & Headlines  Comments

The UK-based startup Pressidium has launched the first ever WordPress hosting platform and management portal with enterprise-grade architecture. According to Pressidium, their "Pressidium Pinnacle Platform" is, "Built with webscale technologies and systems specifically optimized to deliver incredible speed, unparalleled availability and uptime for WordPress." Read More →


WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” Released

WordPress 4.1 “Dinah” Released

By Kaya Ismail December 19, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

As usual, WordPress have named their latest release after yet another Jazz star. This time, it's Dinah Washington. Oh, and it's available for download via your WordPress dashboard, too. I covered much of what's new when WordPress released their first beta for version 4.1, but it won't hurt to recap, because there has been a couple of new features thrown in since that first beta. Read More →


What It Will Take to Dethrone WordPress

What It Will Take to Dethrone WordPress

By Mike Johnston December 4, 2014 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Let's face it, there simply is no other CMS that has even come close the the level of popularity that WordPress has managed to achieve. It's an admirable accomplishment that is well deserved. WordPress has taken what used to be complex functionality that only technical people could accomplish and dumbed it down to make things, for the most part, easier for the average user. As with most things however, it's only a matter of time before a better solution comes around. Nothing can stay on top forever so the question I will pose today is, what will it take to dethrone WordPress? Read More →




Imperva Report: WordPress Is The "Most Attacked" CMS

Imperva Report: WordPress Is The "Most Attacked" CMS

By Kaya Ismail October 11, 2014 News & Headlines  Comments

WordPress is the most vulnerable CMS to cyber attacks, according to a report by Imperva, a data security firm. The Imperva Web Application Attack Report (WAAR) - an annual report now published for the fifth time - was recently released via the Imperva blog. Amongst a long list of findings, it turns out that websites running on WordPress are attacked 24% more than those running on all other content management systems combined. Read More →



Hands-On With The Rainmaker Platform: The CMS for Internet Entrepreneurs

Hands-On With The Rainmaker Platform: The CMS for Internet Entrepreneurs

By Kaya Ismail September 30, 2014 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Whether you consider yourself an Internet entrepreneur, a content marketer or simply somebody who makes their living off the web, you'll have likely heard of CopyBlogger. The Internet marketing blog turned community has long been an authority when it comes to content that converts. Well now, they have a platform built from the ground up to convert visitors into customers, and browsers into community members. It's called the Rainmaker Platform. Read More →