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Daniel Trimpey | 2018/8/31 1:57:06 | 1 reads

The fourth quarter is rapidly approaching and if you are looking for a way to boost sales and awareness of your company, then now is the time to start your campaign(s) and get your plans in place. And, while there is more than one way to promote your business, internet marketing is one of the most popular choices for businesses in Raleigh.Internet marketing (aka online marketing or digital marketing) is nothing new, however, there are still many companies that have not yet taken advantage of ...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/8/17 3:46:43 | 1 reads

In a recent blog post, we shared that the Supreme Court changed a 20-year-old ruling regarding taxes. Now, taxes can be collected on ecommerce sites. However, it can be a bit of a challenge to determine the proper calculations – especially when it comes to implementation on a website. If you are a US online business with a retail aspect, then there are a few questions you will need to ask before getting your website set up for charging sales tax. These questions are –What states are the p...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/8/1 6:17:56 | 1 reads

As website developers and designers, we also endeavor to keep you aware of any changes in policies, upgrades, or website design requirements. One such change is the release of the Gutenberg plugin by WordPress.Gutenberg is being released on July 31, 2018 with a beta version being released as early as July 17. It is named for Johannes Gutenberg- the inventor of the printing press- and is part of WordPress’ plan to make the default editor in WP version 5.0. Gutenberg was created with a goal o...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/7/18 4:41:46 | 1 reads

It’ been said that the only two things we can depend on in life are death and taxes. Perhaps a sobering thought, but no less a true one. After all, we pay taxes on virtually everything we consume and thanks to a recent vote in the Supreme Court, one more taxed element has been added to the list – sales tax on online transactions.In times past, non-physical vendors were limited as to how they applied tax. Essentially, unless a company had a physical presence they could not charge a sales t...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/6/30 1:45:42 | 1 reads

Over the past couple of months, we have posted about various aspects of web hosting;  what type of hosting to use, what to look for in a reliable managed WordPress Hosting provider, and tips for selecting a secure WordPress host. If you are looking for a web hosting provider then there is a myriad of choices. But the fact is you need a hosting provider that you can depend on for all your hosting needs. If you have a WordPress website,  typically the most dependable option is a “Managed...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/6/19 4:57:45 | 1 reads

If you run a WordPress website, it’s important to have the right type of hosting. You can read more about choosing a reliable Managed WordPress Hosting Company here.In this article we are going to get a little more geeky into some server difference that often (or at least should) be addressed on a good WordPress hosting plan.4 Tips for Selecting a WordPress Hosting CompanyCPU Limits – Depending on the type of hosting setup you choose there may be limits to the maximum amount of CPU proces...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/6/2 1:00:26 | 1 reads

If you have a WordPress website, it’s important to have a hosting plan that is optimized specifically for WordPress performance. There are several Managed WordPress hosting providers out there, so it can be tough to determine who you should trust and rely on for your company’s website. Should you choose a large company with a national marketing presence or do you opt for a local hosting company serving the Charlotte or Raleigh areas? It is important to note that just because you purchased...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/5/24 4:53:07 | 1 reads

In order to comply with the recent GDPR requirements which go into effect on May 25th 2018, we have updated our Privacy Policy.If you have a website and have questions about how the GDPR may affect you, check out this article by WP Beginner.You may also want to consider a plugins such as this one for adding GDPR compliance to your website.If you have any questions about how we handle your data, please don’t hesitate to  contact us.


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/5/23 23:25:08 | 1 reads

Most business owners, wear a lot of hats to keep their business up and running. Consequently, things like website content, content management and web hosting management are responsibilities for which most business owners don’t have time for. As a managed WordPress hosting company, Page Progressive is able to help you boost your local area business (Charlotte, Raleigh or Triangle) to be stronger than ever, while you focus on your business. If you have never heard the phrase “Managed WordPr...


Daniel Trimpey | 2018/4/27 4:15:59 | 3 reads

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a recent mandate of the European Commission and is designed to strengthen and unify data protection. It is being enacted May 25th of 2018. With this implementation, there will be a number of changes in the way that data is stored – thus affecting many people’s websites. This is because even if you live in the U.S., if you collect data from someone in Germany, your site has to meet the EU (European Union) standards so users can manage their ...




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