Matchmaking for Brands in a HARO for Bloggers Model.
Reaching new customers is important to small and large brands alike. By partnering with a network of passionate influencers and brand advocates with dedicated followers, brands can connect with new customers in a very REAL way. Instahype simplifies the matchmaking process between brands wanting to create buzz, improve SEO and drive revenue through connecting with influential bloggers with social capital.
1) Accelerates your brands’ connection with thousands of targeted brand advocates – drastically cutting time spent on researching, contacting and following-up via our direct-to-influencer email strategy.
2) Requires no logins, easy campaign request with delivery across numerous industries with access to our 22,000+ social media rockstars & tastemakers
3) Builds mutually beneficial relationships by allowing certain influencers to reach out to brands/agencies they have worked with in the past with creative ideas that the brand may have never thought about, giving the influencer/blogger even more input into culture.
With InstaHype, brands can launch accelerated grass roots campaign that increase exposure to new, targeted customers, both quickly and cost effectively.
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Pagely created the Managed WordPress hosting space in 2009, and has been providing secure and reliable WP hosting services to companies like Facebook and NGINX with a focus on:
Performance: Opcode caching, full page caching, optimized PHP and Database setups are essentially platform defaults now instead of the customer trying to figure it out on their own with a mix of plugins and research. More sensible resource balancing on shared setups (old shared hosting providers were notorious for overselling). Collectively these things have made WordPress dramatically faster (vs. a default install) in most use cases.
Security: Some level of malware/file scanning, hardened OS installs, least-privileged access, web application firewalls and DDoS mitigation may be defaults at most Managed WordPress providers now. You don’t hear about widespread security issues as we did in say the 2008-2011 period. Those that come up are mitigated quickly by the Core team (or the respective plugin author) and aided by rapidly deployed patches or firewall rules by the Managed hosts.
Tooling: Automating installs, code updates, and backups along with staging and deployment workflows enabled development teams to work faster and create more complex yet stable sites on WordPress.
Support: More knowledgeable support technicians that understand WordPress to a higher degree than a generic web host. Some providers are better than others but all seem to at least make an attempt to specialize in the unique support requirements of WordPress. Here at Pagely we take great pride in our quality over quantity approach to support ensuring that every agent is not only deeply skilled in WordPress but proficient in the core technical skills of DevOps and deployment management allowing them to address any performance or security issue that may arise.
What’s next for Pagely?
It’s odd to look at the landscape, this $1 Billion-channel we created (and of course others helped to grow) and reflect on where we fit in the picture going forward. For us, it’s fairly simple – do more of the things that have made us successful thus far: Investing in our people and focusing on the customer. It’s a recipe that wins over the long term.
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