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Questions to Ask When Choosing a CMS

Choosing a content management system, or CMS, to support your business’ online presence is a very important process. In our blog post “Choosing The Best CMS For You,” we’ve done an in-depth dive on each of the three most popular open source CMS platforms on the market today. However, before you immerse yourself in the […]

Press Release: Liquid Web Achieves Best-in-Class Net Promoter Score of 74

For Immediate Release Thursday, August 27th, 2015 Lansing, Mich – Liquid Web, a professional web hosting and managed cloud services company that provides virtual private servers (VPS), dedicated bare metal cloud servers, and a variety of dedicated server solutions and customizable hosting services to a global customer base, announced that its Net Promoter Score reached […]

Object Storage vs. Block Storage Use Cases

In our Storage Series, we’ve discussed the differences between Object Storage and Block Storage. Knowing the technical differences between these two storage products is vital when making storage decisions for your business. In this post, we’ll be highlighting some of the more popular use cases – and we’ll hopefully help you identify which storage solution […]

Avoid A Disastrous Website Migration With These Tips

If you run a business with an online presence, then at some point it’s likely that you’ll find yourself considering a website migration – a scary prospect for some. However, migrations don’t have to be difficult or painful and properly preparing is the first step toward making the process easier! There are many reasons why […]

Hosting Technology Wrap-Up: What is MySQL and How Do I Use It?

As the most popular database server in web hosting, MySQL is utilized in every industry, from social media to ecommerce. As a database, it is used to store and organize content and data, which may be later used in the dynamic generation of websites and as the backend of web applications. In this MySQL wrap […]

Top 3 WordPress Caching Plugins

One of the simplest methods of implementing caching for WordPress Hosting is through third-party plugins. Caching will speed up your site and reduce latency by temporarily storing frequently-requested data. Because repeated page requests can be slow and expensive in terms of resources, it is helpful to cache the results of those requests. You can learn […]

KB Weekly Wrap-Up 6-12-15

It’s the end of another week and we’re celebrating with a brand new KB Weekly Wrap-Up. Hopefully you’ve been checking in with our newly-designed Knowledge Base to find any helpful articles or how-to’s you might need. In this edition of the Weekly Wrap-Up, we feature instructions on how to update WordPress plugins to protect your […]

Optimizing Images for Responsive Design

When it comes to responsive design on the web, images have historically presented a major problem: how do you create an image-driven website that quickly scales to the size of a viewer’s screen, without slowing down the site’s loading time and risk losing visitors? Keep in mind that your images will not only need to […]