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Ahh, WordPress. It’s a love hate relationship

Guest Post from our partner, EndLayer.

WordPress is all the fad for websites these days – and really for good reason. It’s free, first of all. It’s easy, there’s a ton of plugins to extend it, and there’s an insanely huge user base for it. We started on WordPress ourselves, even – several years ago. It’s a one-size-fits-most solution that can get you running quickly. Seems awesome, doesn’t it? It is, but it’s not. WordPress’s strengths are unfortunately also its weaknesses.

eCommerce Self-Hosting Gives Retailers Total Control Over Their Store

Guest Post from our partner, Nexcess.

Despite the proliferation of third-party eCommerce platforms, self-hosting is still the best option for small and medium eCommerce retailers. 404 Not Found

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New eCommerce retailers have two basic options for selling products. They can choose a third-party eCommerce platform — the usual options are marketplaces associated with established eCommerce retailers. Amazon or eBay are typical examples. Alternatively, they can choose to self-host — use an open source or paid-for eCommerce application like Magento, with the infrastructure and networking handled by a hosting company, but with much of the application management left to the retailer.

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