Kevin Ohashi at Review Signal did a deep analysis of its 2018 data that goes well beyond simple load testing at many WordPress hosts. The goal of this new analysis was to determine whether paying a higher price for hosting buys you better performance. Spoiler alert: there does appear to be a positive correlation. There's a lot of data and information in Kevin's study that's worth your attention.
The folks behind Ninja Forms are working on a new plugin, called Demo WP Pro. Demo WP Pro is pretty meta, as it’s intended for people that sell WordPress related products. The plugin allows you to create demo sites available for users to test-drive a theme, plugin, or anything else — in a safe, but real WordPress…
Kevin Ohashi is the founder of Review Signal. Kevin also produces an annual report on WordPress Hosting Performance Benchmarks.
This week David and Cory talk about an upcoming Post Status webinar on scope creep with Natasha Golinsky, and Full-Site Editing in WordPress.
Watch Cory Miller in a conversation with Nathan Wrigley and Anchen le Roux about effective online event hosting from planning to execution.
What an A/B test doesn’t show, though, is how much a customer hates you for it. …it misses the human element. I could not agree more. A/B testing is awesome, but consider the humans.
WP Shout are again doing their WordPress hosting survey. I’m sure they would appreciate it if you took the survey, and share it with your networks to get a nice sample.