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Choose the best VPS for you Linux Server vs Windows Server
7 Sep

Virtual Private Servers: Linux Server vs Windows Server
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Not all businesses require the same level of web hosting resources. If a start-up anticipates rapid growth or an established business outgrows its hosting, in many cases, they opt for VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting. Dedicated storage, RAM, and CPU resources are allotted in a virtualized server environment, providing more stable, predictable, and scalable web hosting. Today we’ll take a look at the choice between a private Linux server vs Windows server, and why this choice matters in the first place. First thing’s first: These two popular operating systems, Linux and...

Find and fix your WordPress broken links
4 Sep

The 7 Best WordPress Broken Links Checkers
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Have you ever visited a business’ website and clicked on a link…only to find that it didn’t take you anywhere? Broken links are incredibly frustrating to deal with as customers, especially when you’re looking for more information about a product or service you’re interested in. Did you know broken links not only annoy your customers but adversely affect your SEO too? If you’re using a WordPress hosting service, you already have access to tools to improve your SEO. However, you’ll need to pay special attention to broken links, so you...

Email Marketing Stats for 2020
31 Aug

Email Marketing Stats for 2020 & 2021
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Email marketing is the most effective way to engage customers and prospects. There are over 5.6 billion active email accounts, of which 3.9 billion are checked by their owner every day. Today, we’ll look at the most important email marketing stats for 2020.  Marketers and small business owners can’t ignore a communications channel used by so many people, especially when this customer outreach channel is so cost-effective. Email marketing generates $38 for every $1 spent. Small businesses must carefully allocate marketing dollars. The fact that US businesses spent over $350 million on...

Here we will help you choose the right Website Builder theme for your site
28 Aug

Our Top Web Design Themes from The HostPapa Website Builder
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When running a business, you wear many hats. Having to be a web designer and developer may not be one of them. That's why using a website builder with built-in themes can save you time and headaches. All of the heavy lifting will be done for you: all you have to do is add in your content and select a few custom images. Picking a web design theme for your site can be difficult, but we've gathered the top ones for each niche from the HostPapa Website Builder, so you...

Top WordPress Hosting FAQ Answered
24 Aug

Your top 10 WordPress hosting FAQ answered
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WordPress is one of the most popular content management systems available today. In fact, over a quarter of all websites in the world are built on WordPress. If you’re thinking about launching your small business website with WordPress, you’ll need to find a web host designed for WordPress hosting. This way, you can ensure you’ve got the setup and support you need to take your website to the top.  Got questions about WordPress hosting? We’ve got answers. Here are the top 10 questions small businesses have when considering launching a WordPress...

Consider this elements before hiring freelancers
21 Aug

Small business guide to hiring freelancers
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It's hard for one or two people to execute every task involved in running a business. Still, in the early days of operation, as tricky as a do-everything-yourself approach can be, it ensures a pure execution of your vision. It also aligns perfectly with pre-growth budgetary constraints. Don’t worry, though. Even the most fledgling entrepreneurs would welcome a little bit of help. Staffing concerns continue after a business has traction and an employee or two; even then, getting everything done can be tough. For a company that's matured, the problem persists—the...