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Posts by Neil:
Probably THE most annoying error in WordPress. Mainly because it’s so non-descriptive and proffers nothing so you can try and solve the issue. I’m not entirely sure why it happens. I’ve used WordPress for nearly 9 years and have seen it on and off in the last 4 maybe. Normally it goes away of it’s… Read More
WP Tweaks has been excellent in helping me manage and update my business website. Their staff are knowledgeable and perform all tasks in a timely manner. It is a pleasure to work with them.
Finding WP Tweaks was a godsend. I’ve used a number of companies and individuals to try and maintain and develop my website, and every time I was left frustrated and out of pocket. But with WP Tweaks I’ve experienced a courteous, transparent, professional service that I can’t fault! Nomad Podcast
I recently had a conversation with another businessman about pricing. His tactic like so many was to price things at 9.99 or 49. The power of nines he explains, it makes the customer think they are paying less you see! I scoffed, sighed and said that this is probably quite an old “selling technique” and… Read More
Recently Torque wrote an article on WordPress Security where they claim 170,000 WordPress websites were hacked in 2012. My initial reaction to this was; really 2012? That was soooo four years ago. Then I thought well the number is pretty big but in relation to what, what’s the bigger picture and also where does this… Read More
WordPress is the most popular CMS, the founder is a multimillionaire, the parent company (Automattic) is worth over a billion bucks so why should you give anything back to the project when it has so much already? Well for a number of reasons really, not least because you get to use and abuse the software… Read More
I thought I’d draw up a quick comparison table showing some pricing of a couple of packages between us and another two big players in the WordPress maintenance market. As you can see we are competitively priced and work just as hard to please our customers! A recent post on WP Site Care’s blog say… Read More
It’s OK calm down, don’t panic. I’m not sure why Yoast has created this slightly frightening message when you install the latest version; Yoast SEO 3.0 but the cynical will think it’s a scare tactic to drum up more business and at the very least get more visits to the Yoast site. I got the… Read More
Working on a WordPress project is good. The flexibility of the platform means you can achieve amazing things with it. However there is a WordPress curse which can mean trying to make a living from WordPress tough. OK it’s not really a WordPress curse, it can probably apply to other open source projects but none… Read More