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We’re growing, slightly UPDATE: POSITION FILLED. Looking forward to 2018? We’ve got some modest growth planned – and that means [more]

Think you’re stuck with an old legacy web platform? Don’t know the cost of moving onto a modern responsive WordPress [more]

WordPress Support Since the launch of Peerless WordPress Support in 2014, we’ve been seen requests to provide a much deeper [more]

2016 in view. 57 articles, 21k readers and 212 shares. 2016 was all about aiming for quality over quantity. Since [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. 328 WordPress Support Tickets, 12 hrs Response, 100% Client Satisfaction. Summer’s here: Fewer tickets, slower initial interaction [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. For the last five years we’ve openly published our support performance and client satisfaction. It’s how *we* [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. We are the only WordPress Agency in Europe to publish in-depth support statistics openly. We have done [more]

Around one third of the websites we’re entrusted to manage had serious connectivity issues yesterday. Sorry about that. This was [more]

Trying to stay ahead in the digital world. Every year we (bravely) have a stab at what’s going to be [more]

Catching up on work at The Temple of The Moon, Cusco   Anyone who is—or would like to be—a business [more]

WordPress Support. Well another year goes by (our 20th Christmas since we founded) and it’s “service as normal” for us. [more]

WordPress Hosting. Security, hacks, privacy and more hacking seem to be major theme of 2015. And now the whole of [more]

Today, the 10th of December, WPEngine (a WordPress only managed hosting company and one of our primary hosting partners) informed [more]

Lessons from 2015. In the digital world, every year is different. A combination of challenges, rushes, highs and lows … [more]

We like to keep an eye on who’s who – here’s a roundup of some of the recent high profile appointments [more]

Peerless WordPress Support. Are we lucky – or just plain good at what we do? Two and a half years [more]

There is a growing sense of excitement/trepidation around Google’s next algorithm update, Penguin 4.0, which Google recently confirmed will be [more]

Being Agile. We’re old hands at agile, having adopted agile development methodology back in 2009. How we implement it is [more]

  “Many a false step has been made by standing still”. — Fortune Cookie Change. It’s the most natural thing [more]

This month we discussed everything from Ad Blocking and embracing emptiness in WordPress design to optimising performance through landing pages [more]