Welcome to Big Moccasin Hosting .com

The open enrollment for websites on our personal server is now over.This is now a by invitation signup and you will have to find out ad where ever I post it to be able to sign up. All the other plans on other servers are still there.

I am now selling domain names and more. My prices are as competitive as the the big boys. Check them out in the Buy Cheap Domains and More  link at the top of the page.

If you do not like the hosting deals below I have many more that are with other major hosting companies but you will never get the personal touch from them. I know that personally. I have Servers, VPS, Multi-site, Single sites, Cloud hosting and more available at Big Moccasin Domains .com

Welcome to Big Moccasin Hosting .com.

We will be serving the Southwest Virginia and North East Tennessee area for all of their hosting needs.

Some of the features include cPanel, Softaculous, and Solid State Drives for storage which results in faster access times for visitors all on a Virtual Private Server.

There will only be a limited number of accounts so the service will remain fast. We think this hosting is so good that we will also be hosting our websites here.

Right now we are starting with two account types – a trial account for $1 a month and a basic plan for $5 per month.

Disk Quota (MB) 100
Monthly Bandwidth (MB) 500
Max FTP Accounts 1
Max Email Accounts 1
Max Email Lists 1
Max Databases 1
Max Sub Domains 1
Max Parked Domains 1
Max Addon Domains 1
Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed 100
Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour unlimited
Open enrollment is over. If you want to try this you will need to personally contact us.
$10 Per Month By Appointment
Open enrollment is over. Accounts are now by invitation only. If you are interested please email us at chrles_osborne@hotmail.com .Or watch for our ads.
Disk Quota (MB) 1000
Litespeed High Speed Server
Litespeed cache for Wordpress Websites
Monthly Bandwidth (MB) 1000
Max FTP Accounts 2
Max Email Accounts 1
Max Email Lists 1
Max Databases unlimited
Max Sub Domains 10
Max Parked Domains 5
Max Addon Domains 5
Maximum Hourly Email by Domain Relayed 500
Maximum percentage of failed or deferred messages a domain may send per hour unlimited
*This is just the base. Account size can be increased.

CloudServer Rounds Off CyberMonday: 8GB KVM VPS for $10/mo in LA/CHI/BUF!

Welcome, CloudServer!  They’re a new company and they are debuting on LEB with a great offer.

You can get an 8GB RAM, 4 vcpu KVM with 5TB of bandwidth for only $10/mo!  Wow.  Or give 5GB of RAM for $4.50/mo.

These systems are available in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Buffalo.

Brandon from CloudServer contacted us to submit this offer, and here’s what he had to say:

“My name is Brandon, and I am happy to present CloudServer as a high-performance VPS company at budget pricing. I have been in the tech industry for 8 years as a Linux systems administrator for a local managed service provider. Having dealt with virtualized environments daily I decided I would start my own company and really focus on what I love and interact with people that have the same interests and love for the industry as I do.

I understand there are a lot of options when it comes to linux VPS services, and I do acknowledge that I will never be the next Digital Ocean, however, CloudServer will provide a top notch service at a competitive price. As a pure virtualization enthusiast, I will make sure the services we provide will exceed all expectations and continue to grow the products and services.

We look forward to having the opportunity to server the LowEndBox community and become a valued member! Thank you and we appreciate your new business!”

Their WHOIS is public. You can find their TOS on their website and you can pay with PayPal or Credit Card.

Let’s welcome CloudServer and if you decide to give them a try, be sure to comment below and let the LEB community know how it goes!

Now read more to see the offers!


  • 8GB Ram
  • 4 x vCPU
  • 100GB Pure SSD Storage in RAID-10
  • 1Gbps Port
  • 5TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 1 x IPv4
  • KVM/SolusVM
  • $10/month
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  • 5GB Ram
  • 2 x vCPU
  • 40GB Pure SSD Storage in RAID-10
  • 1Gbps Port
  • 5TB Monthly Bandwidth
  • 1 x IPv4
  • KVM/SolusVM
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ColoCrossing – Los Angeles: 530 W. 6th Street, Suite 901, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Test IPv4:
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ColoCrossing – Chicago: 2200 Busse Road, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
Test IPv4:
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ColoCrossing – Buffalo: 325 Delaware Ave, Buffalo, NY 14202
Test IPv4:
Looking Glass: http://lg-ny.cloudserver.net/


  • 2x Intel Xeon E5-2660 CPU
  • 384GB RAM
  • 8 x 1TB SSD
  • Hardware RAID10
  • 1Gbps uplink


  • 4 x Intel Xeon 4620
  • – 384GB RAM
  • – 8 x 1TB SSD
  • – Hardware RAID10

Please let us know if you have any questions/comments and enjoy!

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Black Friday/Cyber Monday Offers Are Just Days Away!

Black Friday and Cyber Monday on LowEndBox - Cheap VPS Deals Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2020, are just days away. All of the year’s most amazing offers are in store for you!

LowEndBox has been working with many providers to offer our users the best hosting deals ever for this year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday. There will be a great mix of offers with amazing monthly/yearly pricing for OpenVZ, KVM, Storage VPS, Bare Metal Dedicated, and much more!

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Keeping Plugins Updated Is Important, a Managed WordPress Host Can Help

A recent zero-day vulnerability that affected hundreds of thousands of WordPress sites offers some insight into why a growing number of businesses are looking to managed WordPress hosting from companies like WP Engine for more than just fast-loading, highly-available websites.      What Went Wrong With File Manager Plugin 6.4? The critical vulnerability was introduced back in

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Interview: Q&A with the Founder of jsdelivr, Dmitriy Akulov

AsiaOur LowEndBox Interview Series has featured many interesting personalities so far and today we’re excited to bring you an interview with the founder of jsdelivr, Dmitriy Akulov.  This is a very cool project which offers free CDN services to a huge array of FOSS projects.  They’re serving billions of request per month all over the globe.  I think you’ll find this interview an interesting read and case study of how a small idea can grow into massive planet-critical infrastructure.

First, who are you and where in the world are you located?

My name is Dmitriy Akulov and I live in Krakow, Poland. Originally I am from Ukraine but I grew up and went to school in Greece.

fastlyTell us what jsdelivr is all about and what the project’s goals are.

jsDelivr is a free multi-CDN for open source projects, developers and webmasters.

Currently we proxy all of Github, npm registry and WordPress addons registry. This means we can load any file located on those services.

Developers get an easy to use method to distribute their code without having to pay for commercial CDN services or think about infrastructure management and devops.

Website owners use jsDelivr as a quick method to grab and load the libraries and files they need while at the same time optimizing the performance of their websites.

Currently we utilize Cloudflare, Fastly and Stackpath to provide the best possible performance and uptime to our users. In mainland China we have an ICP license and use Quantil to serve our content.

What inspired you to begin this project?

It was always a challenge to find the libraries you need, download them, upload them, add the correct paths… And later you would have to keep them updated by repeating the same process.

So I had the idea to build a better Google Hosted Libraries with community contributed libraries, an easy to use interface and a big focus on performance and availability.

Managing servers was always something I enjoyed, and so building the infrastructure for this was a really exciting project for me.  

You’ve been around for more than 10 years and are serving 62 billion requests a month with 1.7 Petabytes of traffic. That’s equivalent to every human being on the planet making almost 8 requests per month. Is it just me or is that amazing?

I agree, it’s really amazing. And most interestingly we keep growing fast without any active marketing or promotion. These numbers really inspire me to continue working on it and build more and more new features and improvements.

Looking at your infographic, I count almost 800 POPs. Is that number growing? Where would you like to see future POPs?

That number slowly grows as our partners add more POPs themselves. I think Latin America is somewhat underserved at the moment, as well as many parts of Asia. But slowly more and more providers are starting to invest in those locations and improving our total performance.

Your web site says you’re “faster than any other CDN”. Bold claim! How is that possible?

It is based on data from CDNPerf https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/1s89aef57k0w2q5/chrome_2020-09-01_20-07-32.png

Since we combine multiple CDN providers we are able to use the best performing provider in every region separately. That really improves our performance and at the same time improves our uptime. As you might see in the news some CDN providers have outages from time to time that take down a big part of the internet. Those outages don’t have any effect on jsDelivr because we simply remove that provider from our logic and continue serving our users normally.

You must have an interesting viewpoint on Internet usage. Do you see any global-scale trends in terms of Internet usage? Is one region growing faster than another, etc.?

Make sure you follow us on Twitter because we plan to release some public stats on this exact topic and allow everyone to use jsDelivr as a data source of internet trends as well. 

How much of the code that runs jsdelivr custom-written? What languages, tools, etc. do you use for your infrastructure?

Everything is custom written from scratch. We are using node.js to serve all of our origin traffic and support all of our features like on-the-fly minimization and file combinations. 

We run the code on multiple servers in multiple regions to ensure high availability even on the origin level. 

Check out our infographic for more details: https://www.jsdelivr.com/network/infographic

You are only public CDN with a valid ICP license issued by the Chinese government. What does that mean and how did that come about?

I really wanted to offer the best CDN for everyone. That meant developers and websites in China as well. Especially them since many services are not available there or are way too slow.

I started doing some research on the topic until I found an excited jsDelivr user from China who decided to help us out. With his help we were able to set everything up and at the same time get sponsored by Quantil who offered us their huge network of POPs in mainland China.

After that we truly became a global CDN. Our users can be sure that when they use jsDelivr their files will load instantly everywhere, including China,

I just have to ask…I was playing with your network map and toggled “Other” on and off and it looks like the “Other” provider only covers Madagascar. Do you deploy a custom setup there (or elsewhere)?

We did, but not anymore unfortunately. Many years ago we had our own custom POPs complementing the sponsoring CDNs. Madagascar was one of those locations. 

But over time it became redundant as the performance difference wasn’t meaningful anymore and so the resources and time we had to spend to maintain the custom POPs wasn’t worth it anymore.

Got to update the map 🙂

What are the biggest headaches to running a CDN – DDOS, security, or…?

Now after 10 years we have solved most of our problems. Now the only headache is lack of resources to do everything we want.

While we are sponsored by DigitalOcean for example it’s not nearly enough to run all of our infrastructure. So I pay by myself for most of our servers running our backend and many supporting services.

That means instead of just scaling our servers we have to be clever about it and fix any high load issues using code. We have built a complex system with multi-layered caching on many different levels to lower the load on our origin servers while maintaining the best possible uptime and performance.

Many new ideas we have for cool features also require lots of CPU and RAM to work, so instead of just coding them in a week and going live we have to spend months finding ways to make them work on a 100billion requests scale while not having me go bankrupt 🙂

The top of your site says you’re looking for contributors. What kind of contributors are you looking for?

We are looking for all kinds of developers to help us out. From super senior node.js dev to help on the origin to students and junior devs to help us with stuff like fixing our website, building plugins and addons for CMS, integrations with IDEs and so on…

We appreciate all help!

Anything else you’d like to tell us about this awesome project?

We plan to release new and exciting features soon that will make it easier for our users to use jsDelivr for their javascript dependencies and allow them to utilize packages authored in ESM and CJS formats.

On another note, you’re launching another new project call appfleet. It looks like it’s pay-by-the-hour Docker hosting. What can you tell us about it?

appfleet aims to become 2 things. A simple to use docker hosting platform, and a flexible edge hosting provider. It will allow users to deploy containers globally to multiple regions at the same time. On top of that it will provide lots of unique features like the use of any TCP or UDP port. Making this a much more flexible alternative to current serverless solutions that focus mostly on HTTP.

Besides regular HTTP services like APIs and websites, you can also deploy DNS, distributed databases, video streaming services, and more!

internet trends

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Genesis Community Livecast Returns With Discussion on Diversity and Inclusion

Episode 1 of the rebooted Genesis Community Livecast kicked off Tuesday with an important topic at hand: contributions members of the Black community have made to WordPress and Genesis, as well as the significant challenges they and other people of color continue to face within these respective developer communities.   Brian Kenney, who leads Management Development

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Latest products and features at DigitalOcean: October 2020

October was an exciting month at DigitalOcean as we launched our new, reimagined PaaS offering – DigitalOcean App Platform. Here are the highlights for this month:

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

DigitalOcean App Platform is now in General Availability (GA)

We are excited to announce that DigitalOcean App Platform is now in General Availability. App Platform is a modern PaaS (platform as a service) offering that makes it even easier to build, deploy, and scale your apps. You can deploy code by simply pointing to a GitHub repository and App Platform will do all the heavy lifting of managing the infrastructure, app runtimes, and dependencies. 

We have made a made a few enhancements since the product launch:

We hope you will try App Platform and use it to deploy your web apps, websites, and APIs. Check out the docs, learning resources, and sample app for an RSS feed aggregator (here are the repos for the frontend and API) to get started. 

Marketplace updates

We launched several new preconfigured 1-Click Apps in the DigitalOcean Marketplace to help you save time and remove the hassle of provisioning servers.

  • ServerWand: A magical control panel for managing websites and servers. Host multiple sites on a single server, manage apps, firewall, databases, backups, system users, cron jobs, SSL, and email with an intuitive interface.
  • BigBlueButton Server: A free software web conferencing system that features a whiteboard that suits lectures and training sessions.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

New Droplets are placed into a VPC network: All droplets created after October 1, 2020 are placed into a VPC network by default. A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a private network interface for collections of DigitalOcean resources. VPC networks provide a more secure connection between resources because the network is inaccessible from the public internet and other VPC networks. With this new update, you can no longer manually enable VPC networking on existing droplets, but can migrate existing droplets into VPC networks using Snapshots.

Creation of new Spaces in FRA1 has resumed: We have updated capacity in FRA1 and have resumed the creation of Spaces in that region. Note, the creation of new Spaces in SGP1 is  temporarily disabled until 2021 while we update capacity in this region. Existing Spaces in SGP1 will be unaffected, and you can still create new Spaces in AMS3, NYC3, SFO2, and FRA1.

End of life for Fedora 30 (reminder): Fedora 30 has reached its end of life. Per our image deprecation policy, you can only deploy the Fedora 30 image via the API. We will remove the Fedora 30 image from the platform on October 8, 2020.

Cloud native

Apply taints to Kubernetes node pools: You can now apply taints to Kubernetes node pools using the DigitalOcean API. When you configure taints for a node pool, the taint automatically applies to all current nodes and any subsequently created nodes in the pool. For more information, see Kubernetes’ documentation on taints and tolerations.

Developer experience

Doctl updates: We have released two new versions for doctl, the official DigitalOcean CLI:

  • v1.47.0 –  This release adds support for setting Kubernetes node pool taints.
  • v1.48.0 –  This release promotes doctl apps commands with support for DigitalOcean App Platform to General Availability.

DigitalOcean Terraform Provider update: v1.23.0 of the DigitalOcean Terraform Provider is now available. This release introduces a new digitalocean_app resource with support for DigitalOcean App Platform.

You can check out the release notes to get up to date information about product updates, and read about updates from the previous month here

We hope you’ll give the new products and updates a try. If you have an idea for improving our products or want to vote on other user ideas so they get prioritized, please submit your feedback. And if you have any questions, please feel free to ask them here

Until next month, 

Happy coding!

Jake Levirne,

Senior Director of Product Management

Delighting an Enterprise Client with Speed and Ease

SIXGUN is one of Melbourne’s leading boutique digital marketing agencies. Founded in 2017 by Managing Director David Pagotto, the agency has also become one of Australia’s fastest-growing, with a dedicated team of professionals who serve as the in-house marketing department for local and international brands alike.  SIXGUN is also a member of WP Engine’s Agency

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Introducing DigitalOcean App Platform: reimagining PaaS to make it simpler for you to build, deploy, and scale apps

It’s every developer’s dream to simply write code, click a button, and then automatically deploy and run their code at scale for millions or even billions of users.

There’s an entire category of products commonly known as platform as a service (PaaS) that endeavors to make this possible. But, so far, these services have largely fallen short of what developers need. Many of our customers have come to DigitalOcean after their PaaS became too expensive, or after hitting various limitations.

But the dream of PaaS lives on. Even though Kubernetes has emerged as a middle ground between PaaS’s convenience and the control of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), it is still somewhat complicated.

It’s with all of this context in mind that we’re excited to introduce our take on a modern PaaS today: DigitalOcean App Platform.

With the App Platform, you can build, deploy, and scale apps and static sites quickly and easily — much as you can with other PaaS solutions — by simply pointing to your GitHub repository. Because we own our infrastructure, your costs on the App Platform are significantly lower than on other providers. Built on DigitalOcean Kubernetes, the App Platform brings the power, scale, and flexibility of Kubernetes without exposing you to any of its complexity. Additionally, the App Platform is built on open standards, providing more visibility into the underlying infrastructure than in a typical closed PaaS environment. The App Platform lets you choose how you want to scale your apps, either through the fully managed, built-in scaling mechanism, or by taking more control of your infrastructure setup.

Three key benefits of the App Platform

Fully managed solution

  • The App Platform gives you the power to quickly and easily build, deploy, manage, and scale apps. It keeps your apps secure by default as we create, manage, and renew your SSL certificates while protecting your apps from DDoS attacks.
  • It’s fully managed, which means we handle provisioning and managing infrastructure, databases, operating systems, application runtimes, and other dependencies. When we were building the App Platform, we analyzed all the pain points users encounter while building apps on our infrastructure, resulting in us abstracting away many of the tasks so that you can push code to production in just a few clicks.

Maximize developer productivity

  • The App Platform supports many popular languages and frameworks out of the box, which includes: Python, Node.js, Go, PHP, Ruby, Hugo, and static sites. If you have apps in other languages, you can quickly deploy using the App Platform by providing the appropriate Dockerfile in the source repo.
  • You can deploy the source code directly from your GitHub repositories (support for GitLab and Bitbucket is coming soon). You can also enable ‘Autodeploy on Push,’ which automatically re-deploys the app each time you push to the branch containing the source code.
  • The App Platform is one of the few PaaS products built on a shared Kubernetes platform. We automatically analyze your code, create containers, and run them on Kubernetes clusters. Since we embrace open, cloud-native standards, there’s little to no code customization needed to use the App Platform. Don’t forget to sign up for our engineering team’s session at deploy (DigitalOcean’s virtual user conference on November 10) to learn how we built this fully managed cloud application platform on Kubernetes. 

Scale apps, not costs

  • A common complaint about pure-play PaaS products is that they are inexpensive, to begin with, but become incredibly pricey as you scale apps. One of the reasons behind this is that these PaaS products run on someone else's infrastructure, and they often need to pass those costs on to you. App Platform runs on DigitalOcean’s infrastructure, and since we own the infrastructure, we can keep the costs low to optimize costs and resources as you scale. 
  • To efficiently handle traffic spikes (planned or unplanned), the App Platform lets you scale apps horizontally (i.e., add more instances that serve your app) and vertically (beef up the instances with more CPU and memory resources).
  • We keep your apps available during vertical and horizontal scaling, and each time you roll out changes to the app, resulting in zero downtime deployments.

Check out the App Platform in action and learn how easy it is to build, deploy, and scale apps.

Predictable and affordable pricing

“Simplicity in all we do” is one of the core values at DigitalOcean. This includes all aspects of our product portfolio: UX, API, CLI, docs, billing, and pricing. Like all DigitalOcean products, the App Platform provides predictable, easy-to-understand pricing that allows you to control costs to prevent surprise bills. It has three pricing tiers:

Starter - starts at $0/month, Basic - starts at $5/month, Professional - starts at $12/month

*You can build and deploy three static sites for free on the Starter tier, and each additional static site will be charged $3/month. The Starter tier is great for static sites, but it does not contain any compute resources, and so for dynamic apps, you can use the Basic tier and Professional tier. If your dynamic app has static site components, then all of them will be deployed at no additional charge on the Basic and Professional tiers. This is in addition to the three free static sites you get as part of the Starter tier.

Unsure where to begin? Most users start at the Basic tier. Click here to learn more about the capabilities of each tier, pricing plans, and add-ons. 

What can you build with the App Platform?

The possibilities are endless with App Platform, but the typical use cases include the following: 

  • Web apps
  • Static sites
  • APIs
  • Background workers

Regional availability

To provide the best experience for our customers, we plan to do a phased rollout of the App Platform. Starting today, you can deploy apps using the App Platform in the FRA (Frankfurt), NYC (New York), and AMS (Amsterdam) regions. Please refer to our release notes for the most up-to-date information on the App Platform availability in other regions. 

Upcoming features

We are just getting started with the App Platform so keep an eye out as we introduce new features regularly. Here’s a glimpse of what’s coming soon:

  • Insights alerting that will alert you (via email or Slack) when metrics you are tracking under insights (e.g., CPU usage, memory) exceed a threshold
  • Make it more straightforward to add custom domains
  • Enhance the jobs feature so that you can add cron jobs (i.e. jobs that run on a schedule you specify)
  • Support for GitLab and Bitbucket so that you can deploy code from your repositories on these services
  • Auto-scaling to make it even easier to handle traffic spikes
  • Deployment previews for reviewing changes before they go live
  • ‘Bring-your-own Container’ for deploying your pre-built containers
  • Integration with DigitalOcean Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
  • Ability to add persistent storage
  • User notifications that keep you informed of lifecycle updates to your application, such as new deployments

Between six and eight million businesses are started every year, and many of them will utilize the cloud in some shape or form. With the App Platform, we are democratizing the cloud by making it a lot easier and faster to build, deploy, and scale apps. This will enable developers, entrepreneurs, and startups worldwide to spend more time building their business and pursuing their dreams, instead of managing infrastructure. 


Check out App Platform, read the docs, and try out this sample app for an RSS feed aggregator (here are the repos for frontend and API), and let us know what you think!


If you’d like to have a conversation about using DigitalOcean and App Platform in your business, please feel free to contact our sales team.

Happy coding!

Apurva Joshi (AJ),
VP of Products at DigitalOcean

Genesis Community Livecast Reboots With WordPress Co-Creator Mike Little

After a brief hiatus, the Genesis Community Livecast is set to reboot next week, featuring an interview with WordPress co-creator Mike Little and Genesis community leaders Anita Carter and Sandee Jackson.  The discussion will revolve around both the contributions members of the Black community have made to WordPress and Genesis, as well as the significant

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Botify named a WordPress VIP Technology Partner


We are proud to welcome Botify as a new Technology Partner!

Botify joins our growing group of partners as the first technology partner with proven excellence in enterprise-level SEO. WordPress VIP customers can now rely on a platform that’s built for the size, scale, and complexity of their websites and drive long-term and sustained growth from organic search.

Botify was founded in 2012 by Adrien Menard, Thomas Grange, and Stan Chauvin, three SEO professionals who were executing a range of SEO services for their agency clients. They noticed that the most commonly utilized SEO tactics by brands were focused on keywords and content, while technical SEO strategies — those critical to fully understanding and optimizing a website’s discoverability and indexability — were being neglected.

Noticing this gap, they set out to create a scalable, solutions-oriented platform and full-funnel methodology to address the entire organic search process — from crawling through conversions — to help turn organic search into a performance marketing channel.

Co-founder and CEO

Today, Botify offers the largest unified data model, the most prescriptive actions, and the power to automate processes, providing its customers with a complete and modern SEO platform that is faster and more accurate than the alternatives.

As a result, customers benefit from:

  • The most complete picture of their website’s performance in search, powered by a unified data set covering every stage of the search process;
  • The ability to direct search engines to their most critical pages through an  understanding of exactly what pages they are crawling vs. missing;
  • Insight into the exact keywords and phrases that are generating visits – eliminating the guesswork surrounding searcher intent;
  • The recommended actions and alerts to improve and safeguard website traffic;
  • and greater efficiency from automating certain SEO tasks.


Hundreds of the world’s leading brands across ecommerce, media and publishing, travel, technology, and classifieds, including News Corp, GitHub, Clarins, Macy’s, Farfetch, Carvana, RetailMeNot, Condé Nast, Expedia, TUI, Monster, and Glassdoor, partner with Botify to lead their SEO efforts.

“Botify is excited to join WordPress VIP’s growing ecosystem and address the unique challenges that come from managing some of the largest and most highly-trafficked websites in the world. This partnership further supports our mission to ensure that the world’s most valuable content is never hidden.”

Adrien Menard, Co-founder and CEO of Botify

For more information about Botify’s partnership with WordPress VIP, please visit https://wpvip.com/partners/botify

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