You are More than a Paycheck (So Find a Host Who Values YOU!)

Owning a small business is more than just a job--in fact, you could even say it’s more than just a career. It’s a life calling. It means pouring your heart and soul into a company, striving to provide your customers and clients with the best product and the best service possible, and working hard to lead and inspire your employees. In today’s world, one of the most crucial elements of running a successful business is creating a successful online presence. That’s why choosing a web host is a big … [Read more...]

4 Criteria for Choosing the Best Hosting Company

The phrase “hosting company” brings up over twenty-four million results on Google: so as virtually any small business owner knows, choosing between all those options can seem like an overwhelming decision. As history has shown, however, a quality web host can help facilitate online success--and, conversely, a sub-par host can do a lot to undermine success. Although choosing a host is important, it doesn’t need to be stressful. The following four criteria can help you tell the good, from the bad, … [Read more...]

How To Add Images To A WordPress Post

There are lots of good reasons to add photos to your blog and/or website.  The most obvious reason is that they make the content better.  After all, nobody wants to read through thousands of words of text without a few pictures to make it more entertaining--and many pictures can in fact enhance or explain the content that is being shown.  Another, equally compelling reason to add images, however? Content that features images does better in terms of SEO than content that relies entirely on text.  … [Read more...]

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

We have some pretty cool new things coming starting into the new year, and look forward to getting it all rolled out. One of those is something pretty big. We will be doing some heavy upgrades to our servers. This will mean faster loading sites, and more stable servers. Please check in throughout the month of January for more updates on what is to come for RFE Hosting in the coming year of 2013.All of us at RFE Hosting would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year! … [Read more...]

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

  RFE Hosting would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year!May your days be merry and bright!   … [Read more...]

Google Friend Connect Retirement?

Wow this came to me as a big shocker, and quite a stupid update.  Not sure what Google is thinking with this move. It seems like just a way for them to build up Google+.Google Friend Connect—Friend Connect allows webmasters to add social features to their sites by embedding a few snippets of code. We're retiring the service for all non-Blogger sites on March 1, 2012. We encourage affected sites to create a Google+ page and place a Google+ badge on their site so they can bring their … [Read more...]

Google Friend Connect Install via WordPress

Here is a quick guide on how to install Google Friend Connect (GFC) to your WordPress Blog. Step 1: Visit The GFC account page and create an account if you do not have one already )Add New Site - Enter your site info (Site Name, Site Url, Press Continue) - 2: Login to your WordPress Blog, and go to your widgets section and add a new text widgetLogin Go to Appearance > Widgets - … [Read more...]

How do I install Google Analytics tracking into my WordPress blog (Hosted)

Here is a quick guide on how to setup your Google Analytics tracking on WordPress.We recommend using a plugin called "All In One Webmaster" as it makes the process quick and easy.Step 1: Download/install "All In One Webmaster" @ 2: Login to your google analytics accountStep 3: Find the UA- profile number for your website you want to track, if you do not have one, go ahead and create one. (the profile id is located in … [Read more...]

How to install WordPress Manually – Using RFE Hosting

I have had many people ask how this is done, so i figured i might as well make a post about it.So ill do it step by step in the order i usually do it.Step 1: Download WordPress from their download side, and save it on your computer.Download WordPress Here - Save it on your computer locally. Unzip/decompress it using any popular compressed file extractor (winzip,winrar) to a folder on your desktop.Step 2: Connect to your hosting account … [Read more...]

Is my blog down, or is it just me?

Here is a guide with a few steps to follow if your site/blog is down for you, but are not sure if it really is.Many of our clients seem to think that if they cannot get to their site, then it is down.  Most of the time it is because they have been locked out of their account for to many failed login attempts.So if you are not able to visit your site/blog and think it may be down, here are a couple tools that will allow you to really find out what is up!First, here is an obvious one … [Read more...]

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