Hosting by Real People & for Real People with Paul Yuen

When it comes to custom WordPress design or theme development, Paul Yuen is our go-to person. He joined Agathon Group in 2010 as Art Director, igniting a rebranding of the company, and creation of the first illustrations of Marvin. Today, he consults with our WordPress hosting clients to strategize, advise, and implement branding and website designs that support their business goals.

Hosting by Real People & for Real People with Joel Boonstra

Joel Boonstra joined Agathon Group nearly 12 years ago, when the company was a two-person operation. He was the first employee hire and, before long, was invited to become a partner at Agathon Group. His unrelenting commitment to client success, and dedication to quality service, have helped shaped the company into what it is today. “Joel …

Answers to common questions about SSL certificates

We get a lot of support questions about “SSL” and most people are confused about the same things. You may be wondering whether to add an SSL certificate to your site. Maybe you’ve just added an e-commerce section to your website, or you’ve heard that it’s “the way of the future.” Adding an SSL certificate …

Plugin Announcement: Update WooCommerce Store Toolkit, WordPress User Meta Manager and WP User Frontend plugins

Three popular WordPress plugins were updated within the last 24 hours to fix severe vulnerabilities. If you use WooCommerce Store Toolkit, WordPress User Meta Manager, or WP User Frontend plugins, we recommend updating as soon as possible to keep your site secure. For more details about the updates or vulnerabilities, see this article from Wordfence. To verify whether your …

Get your posts into subscribers’ inboxes

Getting your freshly squeezed advice or creative ideas out to loyal readers is top priority after you hit “Publish.” But how you do that can vary from setting up new post notifications, blasting social media, or manually assembling newsletters for your readers. With dozens of email service providers out there and an equal portion of …

IMPORTANT: Update to WordPress 4.4.1 to prevent cross-site vulnerability

Earlier this month, WordPress.org released a security and maintenance update to the software that addresses a cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability present in previous versions. This vulnerability could compromise your site by allowing an attacker to inject malicious code into your site through user forms, and then use your site to pass on the malicious code to your end users. …