How to Migrate Your WordPress Site to a New Domain

It’s easier today than ever before to build, maintain, and manage a website. Thanks to tools like WordPress, you no longer need to possess an understanding of programming language in order to create unique, well-developed websites for anything from a personal portfolio to a corporate website. Over the past few years, WordPress has grown in […]

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Code For America

Bluehost has long been an avid supporter of open source technology and programs.  At Bluehost we feel open source is a big part of what made us who we are today. We strive to work hand-in-hand with developers to leverage our resources and expertise toward helping their software thrive. And by participating in events such as OSCON we’re […]

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Everything You Need To Know About WordPress 4.0

For years, WordPress has been one of the top content management system (CMS) options for creating professional, clean, and highly-functional websites. The popular platform received a major upgrade in September that improves the user interface and overall writing experience, and adds many requested features and security fixes. Here’s what you need to know about what’s […]

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Ways To Reach Your Customers

Thanks to the broad reach of social media and other digital tools, engaging customers has never been easier. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can take your foot off the gas. Those same powerful engagement tools are being used by your competitors, so the battle for customer engagement and retention has never been fiercer. Keep […]

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Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness in 2014

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and Bluehost has gone pink! This month we’ve been joining organizations and individuals all over the country in the fight against breast cancer by donating a portion of our October proceeds to our local cancer center, Huntsman Cancer Institute, along with a ton of other activities to help spread […]

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WordCamp – Salt Lake City 2014

As a long-time supporter of open source projects, we strive to contribute to the WordPress community as much as possible. That’s why we are a Pillar sponsor for every WordCamp all over the world! In September we were on the scene at WordCamp in Salt Lake City, Utah. WordCamp is a fun, informal – but […]

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SSL 3.0 Poodle Vulnerability

Today, Google posted a blog in which they reported discovery of a security vulnerability with SSL version 3.0. Our engineers were apprised of this before the announcement was publicized and we’ve since disabled access to SSL 3.0 for our core infrastructure. Fortunately, most users won’t experience any impact from this change. Only those using outdated web […]

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Google Apps for Work Now Available with Bluehost

At Bluehost we understand the challenges that come with starting and running a business. We’re committed to helping startups and businesses large and small and are continually updating our products and services to provide our customers with everything they need to succeed. We’ve partnered with Google to bring every Bluehost customer the greatest tools and […]

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Bluehost Update: What You Need to Know About the Shellshock Bug

As you may have heard, a security threat emerged this week that is now being called the Shellshock exploit. The security of our systems and servers is something that we take very seriously. Once we learned about this issue we began addressing it immediately and at this time have completely secured our platform. What is the Shellshock bug? Shellshock […]

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Battle for the Net: The Fight for Net Neutrality

Bluehost believes in a free and neutral Internet for everyone. That’s why we’re joining the Battle for the Net in support of Internet freedom and against Internet slow down. Recent court rulings and a proposal from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) have called into question the future of net neutrality—something that could have seismic repercussions […]

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