Posts Tagged “wordpress”

[Important] Secure Your WordPress Password Immediately – Global WordPress Brute Force Attack

Posted on April 12th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

It is highly recommended that you ensure your WordPress login password is a secure password comprising of at least 8 characters and includes special characters (@#$%^&*), a variation of upper and lower case letters, and numbers. Common Password Example: secretword123 Secure Password Example: Z4Tn@V^oes About Jake NeeleyJake Neeley is a content marketing and social media…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Top 5 Professional Mobile Responsive WordPress Themes

Posted on January 14th, 2013 by Jake Neeley

Mobile responsive design makes it easier for users to browse through web pages using their mobile devices and tablets. That’s why many WordPress sites deploy premium designs optimized for smartphones. It may cost a wee bit more cash, but in return users get more features and arguably a more robust, secure browsing experience A responsive…

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Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Three WordPress Frameworks to the Rescue!

Posted on December 11th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Most online publishers and entrepreneurs prefer WordPress because it’s free and easy to use.It is known, to some, as the best blogging platform and content management system (CMS) on the planet with at least 17.2% of all websites use it. “WordPress is used by 54.7% of all the websites whose content management system we know….

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

How to Protect WordPress Websites Against Hacking

Posted on November 21st, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Did you know that there are more than 53 million WordPress sites in the world? This makes WordPress more popular than Blogger, Drupal, or Microsoft SharePoint. It also means that it is a big target for hackers. “Usage of WordPress is now at 17.0% of all websites, up from 12.3% two years ago,” said Sam…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

Top 5 Security Concerns For a WordPress Blog

Posted on November 15th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

Over the last several years, blogging has become a popular trend among online users. WordPress is the most commonly used publishing platforms by bloggers which can be attributed its relatively simple, user-friendly and intuitive interface and has unlimited customization features. Most of the WordPress sites found in the blogosphere are self-hosted, meaning that the administrator…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

6 Reasons Webmasters Love WordPress

Posted on November 12th, 2012 by Jake Neeley

One of the easiest-to-use and most powerful blogging platforms on the market is WordPress; the self hosted version, a favorite tool used by small businesses on our Linux server platforms. “At 49%, WordPress is clearly the dominating blogging platform as well as of growing importance as a more generic CMS,” said Josh Jackson of IDC…

About Jake Neeley

Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

How to Point Your Domain Name to an Existing WordPress.com Blog

Posted on October 3rd, 2012 by Jake Neeley

While most web designers and web developers generally deploy self-hosted WordPress blogs for their own sites and their customers, there are some instances where the small business may need to temporarily slipstream their existing WordPress.com website until they have put the finishing touches on a custom WordPress site hosted on Midphase servers. This route becomes…

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Jake Neeley is a content marketing and social media geek who loves reading, outdoor sports (especially those in Utah mountains), and time with his family. Connect with Jake on Google+, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

How do I Get My Blog to Show Up in Google?

Posted on July 16th, 2012 by Dustin Williams

As blogging continues to grow in popularity and more and more people are starting their own personal blogs, one question continues to be asked frequently, “How do I get my blog to show up in Google?” While there isn’t one simple answer to solve this question, I can offer a few tips to help a…

About Dustin Williams

Search marketing expert and Global SEO Manager for UK2 Group. Dustin has been practicing SEO for almost a decade and has built a track record of getting websites ranked in the top in even the most competitive industries.

What Can You Do to Protect Yourself on Website Hosting Platforms?

Posted on June 27th, 2012 by Clint Reeves

It’s happened to Sony and now LinkedIn is a victim. It recently had to deal with the thorny issue of stolen passwords, which has consumed their engineering teams time and resources. “[Yesterday] we learned that approximately 6.5 million hashed LinkedIn passwords were posted on a hacker site. Most of the passwords on the list appear…

WordPress vs. Joomla vs. Drupal

Posted on November 19th, 2010 by Clint Reeves

What is your favorite CMS? vs. vs. Recently some of us at the midPhase offices were debating about which content management system was the best. While there are a lot of great CMS solutions out there, we narrowed down our debate to WordPress, Joomla, & Drupal. One thing that has surprised me in working within…

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