If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably completed step #1 of the journey to becoming a successful web professional:
But as much as we all wish it weren’t otherwise, the journey is not over once you find someone interested in paying you for your services. Not by a longshot.
WordCamp London this year has brought together the GoDaddy family from all around the world, given us an opportunity to meet the team from Heart Internet, and as always brought us closer to our users. Thank you first and foremost to all of the organizers and volunteers who made this event special, and to my team who always make these events the best part of my job. Here is how we got along.
This week was a special one for the QA team, automated browser tests were released earlier this week after months of working on them. I want to give a special thanks to our DevOps team, Miljenko, Darko and Lazar for all their help with setting up our testing environment!
A lot of you have been asking us and today I am happy to announce that you can now perform backups, restore and clone your multisite websites in ManageWP. Your multisite network or your client’s will now be fully supported, so you can rest assured that you will have the latest backup of your network, and be able to restore it, or simply restore individual sub-sites.
Have you ever received an email, or ticket response that says something like this “Thanks for your message, we are working on solving your issue”, and you thought to yourself, “Great, no one has even looked at this.” But, as a business that deals with countless customers daily, and especially if you are on the frontline, you need to understand how and when it’s ok to automate your workflow, and when you need to sit down and put in the man-hours.
I love product roadmaps. A good roadmap will show you where a product is going, and whether it’s going your way. And since we’re doing our best to create a management service you can rely on, it’s important to show you all the goodies we have in store for you.
“Can you make this small change to our website?” How many times have you heard that from a client or some variation and thought, “if they only knew what it took to make that ‘small change’ to their site” or “I wish they could understand the impact of doing what they’re asking”?
After the Christmas hype, and the New Year celebrations, skiing holidays, and endless afternoons cozied up with a hot chocolate, there is one more thing to look forward to this winter. It’s better than your favorite TV show, it’s season 4 of Ask Me Anything.
Whether you are building a website for a client and launching a marketing campaign, or you are just increasing your website visibility and reach, SEO is one of the key things to do. It is perhaps the main factor that can make or break any online business or a blog’s success.