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10 WordPress Errors That Can Tank Your Website (+ How to Fix Them)

Posted on May 26th, 2022 by Grace Lau in Lists, Guides

WordPress market share

WordPress powers more than 455 million websites globally (some 37% of the total) and dominates a staggering 62% share of CMS (content management systems) platforms. It also offers more than 54,000 plugins to customize your site.


Website Testing: 6 Tips to Help You Get it Right

Posted on May 19th, 2022 by Daryl Bush in Monitoring, Lists, Guides

Website testing tips

A website's optimization for search engines and SERP ranking is one thing, but its quality assurance is another thing entirely. What's the use of ranking first on search engines but having a website that doesn't function?


How to Effectively Optimize Your Website For Voice Search

Posted on May 5th, 2022 by Severine Hierso in Guides

Voice Search Website Optimization

Talking to a device, a watch, or a virtual assistant is becoming an everyday activity as chatting on the phone. While many of us are used to taking part in a live webchat with a real person, speaking to a computer rather than typing on a screen has been an adjustment. But it's not nearly as unfamiliar an experience as it once was, and it has many advantages.


Monitoring vs. Observability: What's The Role of Each For DevOps?

Posted on April 20th, 2022 by Jenna Bunnell in Monitoring

Monitoring vs. Observability

DevOps: Development and Operations joined together in perfect harmony, one feeding the other and vice-versa. That's the dream.

But it's easy for the link between the two to be broken. 'Dev' stops talking to 'Ops,' or Ops falls out with Dev, often because of a lack of understanding of each other's goals.

That's where Monitoring and Observability come in. They're like the mediators whose job is to make sure the two main players in DevOps keep that metaphorical dialogue open. Your development stems from what is found in your operations, and your operations can function better as a result of your development.


4 Common Email Problems Businesses Face (And How To Fix Them)

Posted on April 7th, 2022 by Dmitriy Maschenko in Lists, Guides

Common e-mail problems and fixes

Staying on top of deadlines, busy schedules, team organization, and customer needs are challenging. If you add some of the common email problems we discuss in this article, your list of challenges can rapidly grow.