I bet you are not 100% sure how the web hosting industry works, but it’s absolutely okay.
Spam stinks. Regardless of what type of spam latches onto the hard work you’ve put into your website, it acts as a barnacle, sneakily diminishing the quality of your site, and in turn, tricking search engines to think that a spammer website is more credible.
Nikhil Vimal runs TechVoltz, a WordPress agency focused on building awesome plugins, along with consulting for Gravity Forms, Easy Digital Downloads, and eCommerce.
WordPress receives a lot of flak for the state its code is in. I was doing some research on Themeosis for an upcoming article and bumped into an article.
Travis Totz is the new Senior Web Strategist at Modern Tribe, one of the top agencies in WordPress.
Last year marked our second full year in business, since our founding in December 2013. Starting a web hosting business is incredibly hard in an industry driven by large conglomerates with huge marketing budgets.
A few years ago, software releases were all scheduled. Any change to that schedule, and it was pure and utter chaos.
Kevin Ohashi is the creator of Review Signal, one of the few sites on the planet that does honest hosting reviews. Kevin knows a lot about scaling and WordPress, and below is our recent Q&A interview with him as part of our new Kinsta Kingpin series.
Denial of service (DoS) attacks are nothing new – according to Britannica the first documented case dates back to early 2000. Despite being the first one …