Karol K72 articles /

Creates content, manages CodeinWP's team of writers and makes sure that every piece of content you see on this blog looks great! / Author of "WordPress Complete" / Professional yerba mate drinker

Does Serverless WordPress Make Sense? Shifter vs HardyPress – Top “Headless WordPress Hosting” Options Compared

Does Serverless WordPress Make Sense? Shifter vs HardyPress – Top “Headless” WordPress Hosting Options Compared

When I first saw the terms, “headless WordPress hosting” and “WordPress to static,” I didn’t know what to make of it. I was like those poor Westworld hosts saying, “doesn’t look like anything to me.” Nevertheless, the idea – also known as serverless WordPress – is quickly catching on, and we now have two exciting companies aiming to bring serverless WordPress to the masses.

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What Are the Best Fonts for Logos? 10 Steps to Find the Perfect One + 23 Cool Fonts to Start With

the best fonts for logos

Figuring out which are the best fonts for logos might not be the easiest of tasks. For instance, even the directory at DaFont.com alone lists a staggering 36,000+ total fonts. And that’s surely not all that’s available out there. You can probably find just as many fonts in other places, or even more.

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6 Best Email Marketing Services & Tools Compared (2018)

Best email marketing services

What are the best email marketing services and tools available? If that’s the question on your mind right now then you’re in the right place. We’ve been wondering about that too. So to find out who actually rules the space of email marketing services, we’ve signed up for six of the best options out there and tested them thoroughly. Here’s what we found.

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7 Mistakes to Avoid When Promoting Your WordPress Design Business in 2018

One thing that every new business owner learns sooner than later is that promoting a business often turns out to be much more difficult than doing the actual work – providing services to clients. Some business experts take this even further and stretch the idea that promotion is more important than the actual product. While I don’t entirely agree, it’s surely something worth thinking through, and

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