How to set up a WordPress VPS

As many people still use shared hosting these days, we decided to start a series of tutorials that will teach you how to set up your own virtual private server (VPS), all the necessary services for serving a WordPress website and then we’ll even add a few guides to optimize it for speed and security…

The Secret Sauce to growing your agency business

More and more small businesses rely on staff augmentation to handle peaks in their business and extend their skills. With access to Codeable’s pre-screened developers, BeefySites was able to take on more projects and offer broader services.   _Thanks to Codeable, BeffySites CEO Jared gets to spend more time with his family again._ The Challenge…

2013 – A year in review. 2014 – A year of being ourselves

This post is actually long overdue – we agreed with Per it should be written right after the new year. But something held me back and at first I didn’t know what or why. It’s only after Per said “be yourself” that made me think and ultimately realise what the problem is. It’s the fact that…

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Trust

(This post is actually an email I have sent to our contractors, but I think it has some powerful thoughs, so I’m posting it here) One of our core values, which we almost forgot about in the past couple of weeks, and on which I’d like to share a few words with you is trust. You…

Eating our own dog food, Day 1

I promised you about a month ago that we’ll build our own landing page, blog and knowledge base completely from scratch, using only WordPress and our contractors, and be transparent about the process and pricing along the way. In order to show the whole process, we received a generous donation from Page.ly: a free subscription to their Business plan (Check them out, they…

We are listening

It’s been a little over a month since we launched Codeable, and I’m proud to announce the second version (V2) of the application has just been deployed. We think it is a great improvement over the first version since we modified it according to the feedback we’ve got so far. We got some things wrong Like…

How to test whether your idea has a market

I attended a start-up course by CEED last month and one of our mentors, Jaka taught us what I consider the best way to almost effortlessly (and completely free) test whether you can actually make money off your idea. First, you need to think who your target customers are (doh!) and pay a couple of them a visit. After…

“We’ll just put ads on!”

When i first got the idea for Codeable, I decided that I would test it with some random people – before wasting time on an idea that could fail in the long run. Luckily, there was a Copenhagen startup weekend coming up at the time (march 2012 to be exact) so it was a great opportunity to also…

Eating our own dog food

This is actually our first blog post since we launched Codeable two weeks ago, and we’re late for a reason. You see, we’re all about WordPress; Customization, installation and upgrades are what we do – or rather, what our expert contractors do. Anytime you need them to. For that reason, we decided to launch with a very minimal…