Category: Website Management

The hidden dangers of using free site scan tools.

Site scan tools are becoming more and more popular. There are hundreds of services and free online entry points where you can gain insight and specific information on your website. While often helpful, these tools can lead the unsuspecting professional into needless anxiety. Pages of recommendations, suggestions, waterfalls of data, are all good things. In read more

5 Reasons Valet Relies on Orion from ManageWP (and you should too)

This past week, ManageWP launched a brand new version of its WordPress management suite.  Named Orion, the project was originally announced on January 26, 2015. That first post came with a lot of optimism and the caveat that things would look very different.  Here we are just over 18 months later and at Valet we read more

WordPress and Drupal: Why We Went to DrupalCon

If you’re following us on Twitter(🐦thewpvalet), you know that last month, we attended DrupalCon 2016 in sweet New Orleans, LA. For five wonderful days, Mason and Kim got together with great people to learn about the Drupal content management system.

We Completely Redesigned OpenView Partners Website. Here’s How.

Over the past five months, we gave the OpenView Partners digital presence a pretty drastic makeover. We built them a completely new website, and we gave their separate OpenView Labs blog a facelift to match the new branding.

How to Launch an Event Management Website Quickly

Your client asks you, “Hey, so I have a website project that needs some complicated moving parts, but I only have a limited budget…can you help? Oh, and it needs to be done in a few weeks.”

5 Questions While Celebrating Our 4-Year Anniversary

We’re celebrating big-time here at Valet. It’s our fourth anniversary, and we’ve come a long way from our roots as a WordPress website support agency.

WordPress Monthly Checklist

A couple weeks ago, I wrote about the negative impact of a ‘website maintenance’ mindset when it comes to running a WordPress site for your business. I stand by that article! Of course, if you want to grow, improve, and iterate on your site, you’ll also want to make sure your site continues to work. read more