As we welcome 2020, we’re also reflecting 2019. It was a year of growth for us, in the the number of clients we served, the new team members we hired, and also in maturing our processes and systems. Here are some of last year’s highlights!
As you may have noticed, the Agathon pricing model is a bit different than other hosting companies. Most companies price their plans according to the number of sites you host and the pageviews your sites receive per month. But more than 20 years of hosting has shown us that pageviews and WordPress installs aren’t actually …
Marissa is a software developer here at Agathon. Get to know her in this Q&A!
Passionate debate within a team drives innovation and growth by creating room for diverse viewpoints to build off one another. Learn how to create a culture that invites this type of debate.
Agathon partnered with Ashley Souffrou on the industry-disrupting SxanPro app, which can be used by hospitals and other medical institutions to decrease costs and increase efficiencies in the management of their medical device inventory.
While reading Claire Diaz Ortiz’s most recent book, Social Media Success for Every Brand, I was struck by the variety of anecdotes and examples she uses throughout the book—from bloggers, small businesses, billion dollar brands, and even the Pope. Despite the huge differences between the business models and audiences for each of these examples, the …
Joel is one of Agathon’s partners and our go-to guy for internal processes and troubleshooting. Get to know him in this Q&A!
One of the most common topics prospective clients ask about is the Agathon migration process: “If I sign up, what will migrating look like? How long will it take? Will my site be offline for long?” I recently sat down with Morgan, who handles most client migrations, to talk through the process and answer those …
Discover delicious pumpkin recipes for every meal from a handful of the many food bloggers that Agathon hosts!
A project retrospective provides an opportunity to intentionally look back at what worked, what didn’t, and where improvements can be made. Here’s how we use project retrospectives plus a free template for conducting your own!