Weekly Server Security and Maintenance Routine Steps

This guide is part of my advanced series of articles for WordPress hosting. If you are looking for easy, beginner-friendly WordPress blog hosting, then I recommend BlueHost. If you’ve followed my steps for setting up your server and then installing WordOps and creating your WordPress site then you should be up and running by now.… Continue reading Weekly Server Security and Maintenance Routine Steps

Tips to Improve Website Safety

With over one billion websites being online there are scores of website hacks every single day, yet only a small proportion gain any significant media attention. However, that doesn’t make the damage that a hack can do any less devastating. Even if none of your customer’s data is actually stolen and used, a hack can… Continue reading Tips to Improve Website Safety

Worst Passwords of the Year

Every year millions of passwords get leaked. This means that there is a lot of data out there that makes for some unfortunate situations! The majority of hacks and data breaches could be easily prevented with basic security measures. Between you and your web host, both of you need to be regularly changing your passwords,… Continue reading Worst Passwords of the Year

Don’t Host Your Personal Email

After Hillary Clinton was accused of using a “homebrew mail server” (as the Associated Press dubbed it), a lot of people became interested in reclaiming the privacy of their email. With all the leaks and hacks, as well as incredible amounts of personal information saved and shared via email, it makes sense. The Clinton email… Continue reading Don’t Host Your Personal Email

The Real Cost of Web Hosting

As a savvy business/website owner, you’re always looking out for the best deals and ways to save. That’s a smart move, but at what cost? It’s very tempting when you see all those ads for free web hosting to just sign up and never think about it again. After all, isn’t all web hosting the… Continue reading The Real Cost of Web Hosting