I’ve had to explain this a few times recently, so probably there isn’t a good, clear explanation out there on Google, for this little corner of Google 🙂
I got asked this question a while back, and at last I’ve put together some content which I think can stand up to some small amount of scrutiny online… “What should I put down when I buy business insurance as a web developer???”
The answer is – and isn’t it always – it’s complicated!
I’m going to make a recommendation for the service I used to order business insurance for our eCommerce agency, and describe our decision making processes – but you should, as ever, make up your own mind, do your own research, and understand that while my advice may be helpful to you, ultimately it’s your business, and therefore, the risks are yours.
Also note, the service I recommend (Axa Business Insurance) in this post serves the UK market, so if you’re browsing from another country, different prices and service providers (and service names) will apply, though the basic points are likely still to be useful.
With all that said, let’s dive in…
I quite like WP Engine as a host for WordPress sites, but they don’t suit all cases, all the time.
A long while ago, I made this website 100% AMP, because mobile first is the future, and the future is now.
I was browsing through ratings on my Codeable profile, which I’ve had since 2016, and I’ve got an average rating of 4.95 out of 5, after over 400 completed tasks. This is all 5 stars and three 4 stars reviews.
See some of the recent ones below:
I’m a WooCommerce developer, and I write a lot of stuff… but I realised I haven’t written a lot about the software itself, so here’s a longread for you… this will go deep, and get deeper over time, but if you’re interested in eCommerce, and specifically Woo, then this post will provide a good deal of context.
WP Engine just sent around an email to let me know their prices are about to drop – for one account, an actual dollar $ decrease, and for the others, more allowance on the same plans!
Looking for someone to search engine optimize your WordPress based business website?
You’ll maybe have noticed this site changed a little (a lot actually) in the past day or so, as I’ve been testing the Release Candidate WordPress 5.3 and have now put the Twenty Twenty theme into production too.
This is something which is a somewhat common request, particularly with the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and other serious businesses, who are increasingly turning to WordPress & WooCommerce as their enterprise-grade software solution, owing to it’s lack of vendor lock-in and flexibility.