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Aaron Reimann speaks on Page Builders Showdown and Making the Most of Divi, both in the All Users Track, at WordCamp Atlanta 2016 #WCATL

The World of WordPress and WordCamps

If you are using WordPress and have never attended a WordCamp, you should.  There is much to say about the community and the connections you can make while attending.  I’ve been attending different WordCamps since 2012, and there is a lot of knowledge to obtain at sessions. I spoke for the first time at WordCamp Birmingham…


Moving away from ManageWP

Yesterday, ManageWP announced that they have been purchased by GoDaddy.  A day after the announcements, there were 338 comments, and 80% of them were negative towards the purchase.  Comments starting off like this: “My heart sank”, “This is somewhat disappointing”, “Not cool”, “Well that sucks”, and “I cancelled my account immediately upon reading this news.” I can’t…


WordCamp Atlanta 2016 Coming Soon!

This is going to be a fun WordCamp this year. Last year we added a “beginners day” and we had 200 sign up. This year, we are splitting up to a the beginners day into three tracks, one of the tracks will be the developer’s track. I was asked by the other organizers to lead…


Cheap hosting equals lost income

Most business owners are dying to land really good and really cheap hosting but they do not realize that this utopian hosting realm no longer exists, if it even really existed in the first place.

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Contact Form 7, Gravity Forms vs Ninja Forms

When I started off with WordPress in 2008 the only plugin was Contact Form 7. Now, just like every type of plugin, there are many from which to choose. Some of the options seem to be a fly-by-night operation, but some have been around a while and don’t seem to be going anywhere. I’ll be…


Our Migration to Our Hosting Platform

Web hosting has changed dramatically since I first had my first server in 2004.  I know, what hasn’t changed dramatically in the tech world since then?  Back then Blackberrys (or Blackberries?) were cool and Facebook was called “The Facebook” and no one knew about it. The number of hosting platforms available these days is almost endless and just…