We, at Kinsta simply love Fall. We wanted to surprise all of you with a little gift that our designer made: a Halloween Calendar Wallpaper.
It’s no secret that we’re fans of long-form content. Those meatier, in-depth articles are often more interesting and more useful to readers than your standard 500-worder. Even so, a lot of content marketers and bloggers using WordPress and other platforms are reluctant to jump on the long read bandwagon. Which makes me ask, “Why?”
Kinsta’s brand new guide has arrived! Our recent longread paints a picture of another sector where the use of WordPress is more and more common: Education.
Yes, another “content is king” post, probably the umpteenth you’ve seen today. Phrases such as content, quality content and content marketing are pretty much overused nowadays and most of the people don’t even click on the headline – this may be because the topic is always discussed only generally repeating the same old clichés: create high quality content, shareable content, engaging content and whatnot. High quality content shouldn’t be underlined at all, I mean, it is (or should be) evident.
We put together an infographic about the current state of WordPress. WordPress now powers over 26% of all websites on the internet. This infographic is backed with a lot of data and famous quotes from the creators of the most popular CMS package! If you find it worthy, please share!
Getting attention online is harder and harder especially if you play against the big boys in your niche.
We have worked hard in the recent weeks to make another useful in-depth guide for you.
TL;DR In a local, Vagrant-based environment HHVM lost, probably due to a bug; it’s still investigated with the help of the HHVM guys! However on a DigitalOcean 4GB box it beat even the latest build of PHP-NG!
Drag ‘n’ drop is the next biggest thing in WordPress. It’s simple, it’s easy, it’s quick — and with plugins like Page Builder by SiteOrigin, it’s free, too.
Are you a real WordPress enthusiast? Do you work with WP and use it day by day? If so, our in-depth WordPress guide is dedicated to you!
If you’re running a serious online business, I’m sure you know the following feeling all too well: your site is down. You don’t know why, and your hosting company’s support team isn’t replying. Visitors are still coming to the site as usual and immediately they’re bouncing back after not being able to load your site. One click back to the search engine and they have dozens of more sites to choose from…
Have you ever run an event from a WordPress website? It is a challenge for most new event promoters. First, you need to get the word out. Second, you have to set up a ticket system. Third, you have collect payments.