The Evolution of WordPress and Why It’s Not Just For Blogs Anymore

Posted at December 16, 2016 at 8:35 pm by Stacey Talieres

After more than a decade of development, WordPress powers nearly one-quarter of the Internet. Through its vibrant and passionate fan base of volunteer’s developers, WordPress provides power, security, stability, and convenience unrivaled by any other free blog platform.

What you may not realize is how few of the WordPress-powered sites are actually blogs. In fact, WordPress had been a go-to staple for website developers across the globe. Whether you’re building an e-commerce site, a portfolio, a niche forum, or a blog, WordPress will allow you to develop your online presence. If you’re searching for a Web Hosting provider to host your site, then no look further. Read More

Password Security

Posted at November 10, 2016 at 2:07 pm by Stacey Talieres

Free Webhosting for NonProfits Available from InterServer

Posted at October 25, 2016 at 8:25 pm by Stacey Talieres

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Nonprofit organizations help to meet the needs of millions of people around the world. From feeding the hungry to offering shelter to the homeless, and countless other helpful good deeds, nonprofits are essential. As a small way of giving back to these selfless organizations, InterServer is offering free web hosting to all qualifying nonprofit organizations.

High Quality Hosting

Unlike many other companies that offer free hosting to people, InterServer is providing industry leading shared hosting that will meet the needs of most organizations. The hosting is housed on the state-of-the art servers, within the world class data centers. Read More

InterServer Offering Free SSL for All cPanel Users

Posted at October 11, 2016 at 2:04 pm by Stacey Talieres

Security Issues From the Eyes of Web Host

Posted at October 4, 2016 at 12:32 pm by Manoj Kumar

InterServer Free Student Web Hosting

Posted at September 30, 2016 at 3:55 pm by Stacey Talieres

Free Student Web HostingFree Student Web Hosting – A lot is expected out of students today, which is why many companies offer them a variety of discounts and other perks. To help encourage students to learn more about web development, and what the Internet has to offer, InterServer has decided to offer Free Student Web Hosting to anyone with a .edu email address for an entire year. This web hosting can be used to house any type of personal or business website that they would like.

With some of today’s biggest websites (Facebook, for example) being started from a college dorm room, this great offer could help to produce new web services that will literally change the way the world works. Read More

Niche Ideas, Traffic Strategies, and Tools You Need to Make Money Blogging

Posted at September 16, 2016 at 10:23 am by Jerry Low

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When I first started blogging and affiliate marketing in 2004, there wasn’t much competition. It was easy to get your foot in the door and make money.

Now, things have changed. More and more people want in on the action, and Google is cracking down. While that all sounds like bad news, there is still a lot of money to be made in blogging. Take Pat Flynn, for instance. He made more than $93,000 in July 2016, and he’s just one example.

Of course, you can’t be like Pat Flynn overnight unless you have some smart strategies in place. Read More

NBCRightNow Press Release

Posted at August 30, 2016 at 9:17 pm by Stacey Talieres

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At InterServer, we believe in delivering quality over quantity. As part of our core beliefs, we never want to overload our servers in order to take in more customers. In this day and age, where a vast majority of companies value profits over people, we at InterServer strive to do things differently. Two months ago we were determined to set a precedent that revolved around our values. Many that follow us know that we established a daily web hosting capacity limit to better serve our new and existing customers.

Today we are excited to announce our efforts have not gone unnoticed. Read More

The Year 2000.

Posted at August 2, 2016 at 7:52 pm by Stacey Talieres