We humans are inherently flawed when it comes to money. If it’s a new iPhone or a pair of sunglasses, we’ll dish out $500 in a heartbeat. But if you ask $40 for a year of managed WordPress hosting, a lot of people will look at you like you’ve just insulted their grandma’s crochet skills.
Last week we added a small, but powerful change to our Client Reports. Now the information you input will be automatically saved in your Client Report email, so that way we save you time. No need to retype information, just send away! Like last time I brought in one of the engineers who worked on this feature to tell us a bit more about it and why it’s important.
2017 is kicking off with some fantastic development news. We have released a huge improvement of the ManageWP Clone feature that internally we like to call Clone V3. It is on a completely new level technically, and I brought in Milos Colakovic, our Software Architect, who is the brilliant mind behind the new ManageWP Clone feature, to help me write this article.
Website care plans (aka web maintenance plans) are one of the standard business models chosen by web professionals today. With a website care plan customers have access to part-time web professionals who ensure their websites are running in top shape. In this article I will extend website care plans way beyond their current scope and make a case for business success plans.
With only a few days remaining in 2016, it’s time for reflection. Each year we take the time to look back, celebrate our successes and focus on improving as individuals, as teams, and as a company. 2016 overall has been a rollercoaster year for us, with two major events, the launch of ManageWP Orion and the GoDaddy acquisition. Here are our impressions, plans and resolutions for 2017.
One of the quickest and most efficient ways to drive relevant traffic to your website is PPC marketing. By using targeted online ads you can very quickly reach a large number of potential customers interested exactly in those services you are offering.
Just over a week ago we wrapped up AMA for season 3, and what a season it has been. This season we have had a collection of weird and wonderful people who have shared all kinds of knowledge with our readers. This season is also particularly special to me, because it was my first season organizing the AMA. I already can’t wait for season 4, but before that a little bit about the AMA and season 3 highlights.
Back when we announced the GoDaddy acquisition, a lot of you were surprised. A lot more were concerned about the future of our service. Now it’s time to talk what we’ve been quietly working these past few months. No, it’s not a space octopus that devours your opponent’s websites; that’s on the 2018 road map.
It has been a very emotional and exciting few days for all of us at ManageWP at #WCUS. I think I can speak for everyone when I say thank you to all of the WordCamp US organizers, speakers, sponsors and attendees for making this an incredible WordCamp. We are already counting down the days till next year! I want to leave you all with a few of our impressions and key takeaways.