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Managed WordPress Cloud Hosting Review – Is Cloudways worth it?

A large number of websites pop up over the internet around the clock. Observing these growing numbers being deployed each day on different hosting platforms, it becomes difficult to choose the right platform as your hosting provider. Web hosting platforms have now become more of necessity when you plan to design and launch your website. I have been in the internet hosting network for quite a while now, and gaining services from the right hosting platform do matters.

The main reason is that the right hosting platform gives optimal performance and a credible search engine ranking of your websites. There is a vast number of hosting platforms in the market that offers individuals dedicated hosting, VPS hosting, shared hosting and cloud hosting. If you ask me my personal preference, I would always recommend my viewers to go with a Managed WordPress Hosting provider, because it takes away the hassles of managing your servers and lets you focus on your marketing and website building. When I talk about Managed Cloud Hosting, Cloudways comes into my mind.

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Top WordPress Newsletter Plugins to Get More Email Subscribers

Email marketing is the oldest forms of marketing. As a matter of fact, email was the only reason why people loved the internet. For a majority of web users, the best part of signing into AOL was to know the fact that after few minutes of screeching, they’d be treated with the best message “You’ve got mail!”

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How to hide password protected posts in WordPress

In WordPress, you can hide the content of a post by setting a password for it. Visitors are required to enter a password to continue reading the post content.┬áThis feature is useful in some situation, for example: you have a membership website, you create a password protected post and want to send it to your selected┬ámembers only, so public users can’t read it. In this case, you need to hide the post in the WordPress loops to make it not listed in the Blog page or other archive pages. In this post, I will show you how to do that with a simple code snippet.

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