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Author: Eric Dye

Customer Success Lead at Valet.io, Human by day, gamer by night, lover of coffee and all things spicy.
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How Do You Share Access to Your WP Engine Website?

WP Engine has been a long-time personal favorite of mine. It was one of the very first WordPress centric managed hosts and they continue to improve their hosting services. One of my all-time favorite improvements was when they added the ability to spin-up development and staging versions of websites. This makes it possible for proper…

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Website Development
3 Simple Reasons to Use WordPress

Over the past decade, I’ve seen many businesses and nonprofits tempted by all-in-one solutions or oversimplified online website builders. I’m talking about tools like Wix or Shopify. The idea of having an A-Z ecosystem or super simple website builder is great in theory. But the majority of organizations that take this route find that they…

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Website Management
How to Add a New User to Google Analytics

When you want to share access to your Google Analytics account, you should not share your Google username and password. The best way to go about sharing access to a new vendor — if it’s for web development, SEO, marketing, or anything else — is to add them as a new user. It’s super easy….

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How Do You Share Access to Your GoDaddy Website?

If you’re hosting your website on GoDaddy, there is an easy way to share access. And here is a way to share access to venders without sharing your direct login information. It’s best to use the sharing tools built within a service instead of your personal username and password. It gives you more options of…

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Website Development
A Case for WordPress Plugins

Here at Valet, we’ve helped support hundreds of websites over the years. Everything from one-page business card sites, to full web app style sites that support thousands of users daily. Through all of that, we’ve learned a few different things about plugins that I would like to share with you. This recently came to light…

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Who Owns Your Domain?

Over the past 20 years, I’ve seen my share of poor website decisions. One of those decisions stands high above the others. I am not talking about music that automatically starts playing or scrolling marquee text — I am talking about domain ownership. I know exactly how it happens. A vendor needs to launch a new…

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