WPWeekly Episode 185 – Turning The Page With Joshua Strebel

In this episode of WordPress Weekly, Marcus Couch and I are joined by Joshua Strebel, CEO of Pagely. We learn how Pagely was founded and the advantages of being an independently owned company. Strebel explains how he’s managed Pagely’s rapid growth while maintaining exceptional service. Last but not least, we discuss the competitive nature and lack of integrity throughout the webhosting industry.

Stories Discussed:

Pods Lead Developer Scott Kingsley Clark Launches “Friends of Pods” Funding Campaign
HeroPress Publishes its First Essay “Finding Your Place” by Andrey Savchenko

Plugins Picked By Marcus:

Plugins Speed Test shows the impact installed plugins have on your site’s speed.

Disable Emojis disables the new emoji functionality in WordPress 4.2.

Auto Post FB Comment embeds a Facebook comment form on your blog and automatically inserts a user’s comment to the WordPress database.

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8 responses to “WPWeekly Episode 185 – Turning The Page With Joshua Strebel”

  1. I really enjoyed listening to this podcast and Josh is always good value for money.He made several good points and also one in particular that really chimed with me ~ about the difficulty of making a sensible decision because its so hard to find reliable information about hosting companies.

    I build and install WordPress sites on super-fast Nginx webservers on DigitalOcean for all kinds of clients, but sometimes I can sense they really aren’t at a level where they can make the switch from cheap shared hosting, to a VPS solution. So then comes the question “well where should I host then?”

    Steven Gliebe’s HostingReviews.io [http://hostingreviews.io/] is my solution to this problem ~ and don’t be surprised that the rankings here are drastically different from what you see on virtually all other hosting review sites. Why? No affiliate links are used.

    P.S. And notice how Pagely’s score is not too shabby!

  2. @ Jeff – spectacular response. I do my best, but at times I want to reach for my baseball bat. :)

    • Which is one of the reasons I can’t listen to most of the “code” podcasts. I just don’t understand the need to lace a talk with foul language. I’ll choose something else to listen to.


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