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Kerri Molitor

CEO Jim Geiger on the Impact of Web Hosting on Small Businesses

No matter the size of your business, having a strong web presence is necessary. That sentiment was repeated by nearly 80% of small and medium business owners in our recent study – and that makes choosing your web host even more critical. Liquid Web’s CEO, Jim Geiger, recently wrote an article for SmallBizTechnology.com that discussed […]

Web Hosting Focused on You Stands Out in a Competitive World

Recently, T.C. Doyle, the Senior Content Director of Channel Brands at Penton Technology, interviewed our CEO, Jim Geiger, and CTO, Joe Oesterling, about how and why Liquid Web stands out in the web hosting industry. They discussed Liquid Web’s number one priority: to help web-dependent professionals, like yourself, find reliable web hosting with a friendly […]

Providing You Amazing Support with Red Hat Training

The ability to quickly reach a technician who can help solve your problems can’t be overvalued. That’s why we’ve been working with Red Hat Training and Certification to improve our customer support experience. We want make sure that every time you call our support line, you reached someone who is properly trained and can help […]

Cyber Security Lessons You Need to Remember

There’s nothing scarier than losing your identity or finding out all of your critical data is gone – that’s why there is an entire month celebrating online security. This October is the 13th National Cyber Security Awareness Month – an event hosted by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance encouraging […]

WordPress DDoS Attacks, A Problem You Can’t Protect Against With Plugins

The more popular a website is, the more likely it’ll become a target for cyber attacks. That holds true for the platform the site is built on too – and WordPress is one of the most popular platforms on the Internet. According to a 2015 W3Techs survey, WordPress websites make up 58.7% of the CMS […]

WordPress Staging: A Web Development Must For Testing Updates And Changes

Developers everywhere have experienced this familiar scenario: your client needs something changed on their website and they approach you like this: “It’s a small, quick change. Can you just do it right now?” Of course, there’s no such thing as a “small” change during any WordPress website development process. All changes, big or small, have […]