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Pagely Review: Pricey Managed WordPress Hosting, But Is It Worth Paying For?

Considering using Pagely to host your WordPress site? With plans starting at $299 per month, Pagely isn’t for casual webmasters (nor is that who Pagely markets itself to). Instead, Pagely is managed WordPress hosting for serious businesses and webmasters where reliability, flexibility, and support are paramount. But does it deliver, and is it worth the price? In my Pagely review,…. ...

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Kinsta Review: Real Test Data + My Likes And Dislikes

Kinsta is a performance-oriented managed WordPress host that’s powered by Google Cloud Platform, which is the same hardware running Google’s own products (maybe you’ve heard of Google?). In the past, Kinsta was almost exclusively a premium host, with prices starting at $100. That’s changed now, though. Beginning in November 2017, Kinsta completely relaunched with an all-new pricing plan that starts at…. ...

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Pearl Theme Review: A “Multi-Niche” Business WordPress Theme

Pearl is a multipurpose business WordPress theme with a variety of different niche-focused demos. Each demo not only features a different design style, but also different functionality and modules that are specific to each niche. What’s more, the pre-built demos actually look good. I’m a fan of the design aesthetic that the Pearl team used. Beyond that, it also includes…. ...

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Make Review: A Clean, Enjoyable WordPress Builder Theme

Make is a freemium WordPress theme that brands itself as “your friendly small business site builder.” Essentially, it aims to be a full-service website builder that lets you create a quality business website on WordPress without needing to know how to code. After personally using Make in the past and then revisiting it for this review, I remain a huge…. ...

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Thrive Themes Review: A Look At The Full Membership

If you’re an affiliate marketer who uses WordPress, there’s a good chance you’ve heard about Thrive Themes. In case you’re not familiar, Thrive Themes’ unique selling proposition is that they make “conversion focused’ WordPress themes and plugins. In my Thrive Themes review, I’ll tell you more about just what that means, as well as everything that you get when you…. ...

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A2 Hosting Review – Fast Load Times at Low Prices

Looking for affordable WordPress hosting for your next site? A2 Hosting offers some surprisingly fast performance at a similarly surprising low price. If you’re in the market for budget hosting that doesn’t feel like budget hosting when you run it through speed tests, you should keep reading my A2 Hosting review to learn more about A2 Hosting’s features, as well…. ...

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Oxygen Review: A WYSIWYG Visual Website Builder for WordPress

With the slow collapse of Headway Themes, there’s been somewhat of a void in the WordPress visual website builder space. By visual website builder – I mean a tool that helps you build your entire WordPress site – header, footer, content…everything. Thankfully, we’re due for a breath of fresh air from Oxygen, a new’ish WYSIWYG WordPress website builder from Soflyy,…. ...

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Setka Editor: A Visual Content Editor For Your Blog Posts

When it comes to creating content for your blog, it’s no longer enough for your posts to offer a unique perspective. They also have to stand out from posts made by thousands of other bloggers. One of the best ways to make your posts more engaging is to make them visually more interesting. Luckily, WordPress doesn’t lack in the page…. ...

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