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Managing projects in git with branches

This is my development workflow that I use for projects based in git. The idea is simple: branch everything and create branches for each of your hosting environments too.

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InfiniteWP – the best way to manage multiple WordPress sites

InfiniteWP takes the pain out of managing WordPress sites, with a simple interface, automated services and addons for every conceivable maintenance task.

The WP Butler

The all-new WP Butler: WordPress maintenance for everyone

I have redesigned, reimagined and relaunched my WordPress maintenance service, The WP Butler, with new services, a new website and build-your-own-plan functionality.

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GPLclub review: Premium themes, plugins, extensions at a fraction of the cost

GPLclub offers premium plugins, themes and WooCommerce extensions at a fraction of the cost that you might pay the original developer, for the same product, but without the support.

DigitalOcean - Affordable VPS

DigitalOcean – Extremely affordable and user-friendly VPS solutions

When I moved to WP Engine, I knew that I’d need to get a new VPS that would run InfiniteWP for me, so that I could continue to maintain all of my websites, since WP Engine only runs WordPress sites. I had already been introduced to DigitalOcean by Billy Patton, so I figured they’d be a good place as any to start. Their pricing is incredibly straightforward and extremely reasonable (starting at $5/mo). Using DigitalOcean I set up an account, and while I was hoping that I’d be well underway in a minute or two, because I entered my CVV code wrong, they had to manually verify my account, which took about 12 hours and me sending them a scan of my drivers license. However, after expressing my dissatisfaction, they were king enough to put some credit in my account for my troubles. Then it was time to get a…

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Converting Tumblr to WordPress: CMS2CMS Review

This is a sponsored review.CMS2CMS is a service that allows you to move from one CMS to another. It supports a whole host of CMSs, including: WordPress Joomla Drupal b2evolution Blogger vBulletin Tumblr phpBB and about 15 others. While generally you’re interested in moving your content, CMS2CMS also offers other services, such as creating SEO-friendly URLs, 301 redirects for your old site, and transferring tags/categories. What services are offered will depend on what CMS you’re moving to and from, and what each platform supports. Getting started First of all, CMS2CMS asks you what the two sites in question are (your source site, where all of your existing content is, and your target site, where you want all of the content to go). Then, it will ask you for login information to those sites, so that it can connect to them on your behalf. For WordPress, this involves uploading a few…