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Have you applied to speak at WordCamp US yet?

Traveling to a WordCamp can be expensive Let’s be honest. When you add up the cost of food, hotel and especially the airfare, speaking at a WordCamp can be expensive. And that’s never more true than for WordCamp US, one of the two largest WordCamps out there. Most people who attend a WordCamp only attend […]

Press Release: ‘We’re Not Done Yet’: Liquid Web Brings Innovation Back to Managed WordPress Hosting

New visual comparison tool and automatic SSL address customer needs and pain points LANSING, Mich. – April 18, 2017 – Liquid Web, a $100 million managed hosting provider focused on web-dependent professionals, brings innovation back to the world of managed WordPress hosting with the addition of a new visual comparison tool, automatic SSL and other […]

Three WordPress Website Design Trends That You Need to Know

Think about how much has changed since 2011. How many website design trends and new technologies have fallen out of favor? How many new devices made their way onto the market? How many new trends surfaced and gained in popularity? It is no surprise that WordPress has evolved with the web. The WordPress of today […]

Press Release: Liquid Web Hires WordPress Authority Chris Lema to Head Up Product and Innovation

Lema’s Expertise to Support Growing WordPress Customer Base and Innovative Product Line LANSING, Mich.– December 1, 2016 – Liquid Web, Inc. (www.liquidweb.com), a $100 million managed hosting provider focused on web-dependent professionals, announced today the hiring of Chris Lema as VP of products and innovations. Lema brings more than 20 years of software development and […]

Linux Kernels, Security, & the CVE-2016-0728 Bug. The Role of Managed WordPress

When you think of your server’s security you probably think: ‘Is my site up to date?’, ‘Am I using any outdated plugins?’, or ‘Is my SSL certificate still valid?’. You’re probably not too concerned with your server’s kernel version or Operating System’s version. However, when it comes to vulnerabilities discovered in either one, it’s not […]