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    It’s been exciting to see ManageWP grow over the past few years. Each update brings new functionality and efficiency, which really goes to show why so many people have come to love our tool. This new update is no exception. We think that you’ll find a lot to like in the changes we have made.
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    In the past few weeks, Bitcoin has been a pretty hot subject in the press, with the recent Mt. Gox disaster and the world’s first Bitcoin ATM’s rolling out. But even with all the controversy surrounding Bitcoin, it may be able to help you as a WordPress user. Bitcoin is becoming a currency of choice for a lot of educated consumers, and you may end up with many customers who prefer it.
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    WordPress powers more than 20% of the web, or about 75 million sites, and is steadily becoming more pervasive. The massive WordPress community has helped secure the platform by quickly identifying and resolving bugs, glitches, and security flaws. But, as WordPress evolves so have the abilities of attackers. WordPress security is changing rapidly—here’s what you can do to decrease your vulnerability.

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