Avoid WHMCS, Blesta, HostBill, ClientExec, Ubersmith Hosting

6 september 2021

At 20, I had just started my first company. One year later I was already using WHMCS that has always been there as a constant in my working life. I have involved myself in different projects ranging from hosting, web development, system administration to blockchain, billing, consulting, logistic and marketplaces. Everything I did was more or less ...

By Davide Mantenuto

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SEO and WHMCS • How we Increased Traffic Rankings by 462%

18 july 2021

Where it all started Let me show you how I managed to boost traffic and other metrics with SEO on this WHMCS site. I didn't hire an SEO expert. I did a lot of research and A/B testing myself as I was creating a SEO module for WHMCS. This gave me the opportunity to test SEO techniques in a real case scenario for an extensive period of time. As I w...

By Davide Mantenuto

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Google AdSense and WHMCS Integration With In-Page Ads

3 march 2021

As you've probably noticed, this website display ads from Google AdSense in blog posts and documentation. The motives behind this are two both of which important. One. We have implemented ads in Mercury. This is a module that turns WHMCS into a CMS and comes with all SEO enhancements. Google AdSense was just the missing piece to complete the suite...

By Davide Mantenuto

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Features We Miss in WHMCS: Facebook Pixel, Credit Notes...

24 january 2021

«I Don't Need the entire Module but just X» Every now and then people ask us if it is possible to purchase only parts of our WHMCS modules instead of the whole software. For each module we can easily say what the X stands for. The table below sums it up. We think it is now time to publicly explain the reasons why we don't sell parts of our modu...

By Davide Mantenuto

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