For two years this site ran on WP Engine's servers. Now I've moved it to Pagely. Here's the story behind the move.
Did Monty Python just help me make my case? Yes, yes he did. Here's my take on the future of Managed WordPress hosting.
If you're like my friend Michael Bastos, you like control over everything. And you like the ability to scale everything - which you can do at Amazon. Well today Pagely announced their new managed WordPress hosting offering, running on Amazon.
If you're tired of answering technical questions and dealing with low level issues that distract you from being a rainmaker, then you'll want to read this.
Is there a right or wrong way to choose a WordPress host? Well, here are my suggestions for you. In summary - it depends. But you already knew that.
I've been hosting chrislema.com on WP Engine for 18 months and I'm still surprised by new features and services that delight me. Here's the latest.
With their new site overhaul and brand refresh, here are five branding lessons we can learn from WP Engine.
If you aren't using the right tools to help your site, then it's like your out on the paintball field playing with rented gear against the Fremont Police.
Some people like cheap rent. So they get a roommate. Then they complain. Shared Hosting is like that when it comes to WordPress sites. Here's my take on why Shared Hosting is like having horrible roommates.
How do you make a decision about where to host your WordPress site? If it's just about the money, you can always go for WordPress.com - where things start at $0. But over time you may decide it's right to move. So what's next? And does your site only move once?