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!
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.
Content marketing isn’t a fad. It’s here to stay. But it’s a difficult marketing tactic that requires a lot of planning and strategy. Here are 5 great WordPress marketing plugins to help you do just that and make your blog’s content truly excel.
Right now, there might be someone trying to break into your WordPress site — and if you don’t do something about it, their success is virtually guaranteed.
This week we saw the announcement of an interesting project that could make proper version control available for all WordPress site owners, its name is VersionPress. However, due to the indecision of the project owners’ regarding its licensing we’re not celebrating just yet.
WordPress is an excellent option for bloggers. Here’s a quick and simple guide on how to import Tumblr to WordPress in just a few easy steps.
Bounce rate is an influential search engine ranking factor that tells Google a lot about your blog’s quality. Maintain a low bounce rate, and that’s at least one way Google will look at you with favor. Keep a sky-high bounce rate, however, and you might just find yourself bounced out of the SERPs.
Trying to get people to visit your brick-and-mortar business through your website? There’s no better way to do that than Google Maps. Integrating Google Maps with your WordPress website is ridiculously simple — here’s a quick tutorial.
The one thing that makes a website stand out is good content. No matter how much time and effort you put in your blog or website content, if your posts are good and available publicly, they will invariably end up in third party sites sooner or later. Why do they do it? How can they extract your data so easily? Is there a way to prevent this act? This post discusses the possibilities.
If WordPress digital marketing has a weak spot, it’s the lack of a true digital analytics solution. Fortunately for WP users, search engines – most predominantly Google, along with Bing and Yahoo! – have come to the rescue, filling the void with state-of-the art analytics tools on offer, for free.