A friend of ours who is a web developer called us saying they were disappointed with how their recent WordPress installation was performing with the search engines. While they liked using the WordPress back end, they felt like they lost enough ranking that they were considering dumping WordPress.
We started to doubt a customer’s sanity when they said that they were seeing name and address information already populated in their WooCommerce checkout. Even weirder, it was contact information for somebody else. Come to find out that their default hosting options had aggressive caching running and the site was caching every page, including these … Read more