A WordPress website is very affordable to get up and running. You can do it for free, plus the cost of your average shared hosting account. However, running a more serious site can get considerably more expensive. Here’s the list of stuff that I use here on Post Status, along with associated costs. I’m also…
Joshua Strebel looks back over nine years of Pagely, including how it started the managed WordPress hosting space and how it evolved to what is now a fairly crowded market.
WordPress 5.9.1 released. REST or AJAX? Plugin dependency feature plugin. Testing, security, new themes and CSS standards. PHP benchmarks and more.
Managed WordPress hosting provider FlyWheel has raised a $4 million Series A round. They last raised $1.2 million over a year ago. The TechCrunch article states that FlyWheel has about 40,000 paying customers.
WP Engine has acquired Flywheel — which boasts more than 200 employees and $18 million in revenue. WP Engine is setting the stage for an IPO in the next couple years.