It is often a consideration when setting up a website, should I use a hosted solution or go down the route of hosting the website myself?
Lets discuss the pros and cons of hosting a website versus a hosted solution?
Over the last few months there has been a huge amount of focus on the security of the WordPress, where the platform has been specifically targeted by hackers. Having a secure website is not only important for the webmaster or the owner but for the user of the site too.
When I sit down to write a blog post, I often do this at a time when other people are sat in front of the TV or sleeping. I choose this time as I can write without any distractions. If I was to hit publish to make the post live at this time, sending the usual notifications to social media sites to announce that a new post is available, the chances of my post being read would be very small.
WordPress has a great feature that allows you to publish your post at a time to suit you and your readers. I am based in the UK so I would publish my post in the morning around 10am. If you were in the United States, 10 am GMT would result in most people missing the notificatio as they would be sleeping. Yes, they may stumble across it later, but that would be leaving it to chance. So having the ability to schedule the post for an optimum time and help drive the greatest amount of traffic can be a great addition to your blog.
Let me show you how to schedule your post in WordPress using a very simple process.
Securing your WordPress site is a hot topic at the moment, with stories of comment spam and mass attacks on sites happening every day. Now if you are keen user of Google Apps then 2 factor authentication should be familiar to you. If you’re not then you are probably wondering what it is. Let me explain?