Offer full technical support to your clients with ManageWP

If you are in the WordPress world, I wrote a blog post which may be interesting for you. It explains why it is important to offer your clients the website maintenance as part of the business and how you can use ManageWP for that. You can read it at ManageWP blog. I hope you will enjoy it.

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Why Do WordPress Backups Fail?

Have you ever asked yourself what do backups and Lamborghinis have in common? What are the typical reasons for WordPress backups to fail? How to make sure that your WordPress based business is safe, no matter what happens?

I wrote a blog post at ManageWP blog about that. Enjoy! 🙂

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4th Customer Happiness meetup – #‎chbelgrade‬

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30 Days Blogging Challenge – Week One Results

As you may have noticed already, on November 1st I started a 30 days challenge – each day one blog post.

Each member of our Customer Happiness Team writes a post on her/his personal blog. Today I will share with you my key results from the first week of our team challenge.

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Operation Tampa – Meeting Our Clients

Let me share a secret with you – everything starts with your clients. So we went to Tampa, Florida, to talk to our clients and figure our how to help their business grow, so we could fund our project to send a rocket to the Moon.

Read more about it on our company blog.

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5 Resources for Perfect Start With #WordPress

Every beginning is hard. First, you deal with the question “Why” and after you figure out that answer and you are clear that WordPress is perfect platform for you, “How” comes to your mind.

WP Tavern recently published the results of Bob Dunn’s survey that asked how people learn WordPress. Out of 428 responses, 63% learn WordPress best using text and images.

So I decided to make a list of 5 great resources for your perfect start with WordPress.

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How to Move a #WordPress #Multisite Out of a Multisite Network

There are numerous reasons why you might need to move a website which was created  in a WordPress Multisite network to its own single website installation.

For example – the site became too large to be contained in the network, it needs its own IP address,  a site owner is taking over management control of the website independently,  your server is not capable to host efficiently your Multisite network anymore, etc.

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