One of the most commonly asked questions when starting a new WordPress site is which type of hosting you need, and which company provides the best product. Well, there isn’t a simple answer that applies to all cases, but one of the deciding factors that you must consider is the location of the hosting companies’ datacentres.
Earlier this month Flywheel, a WordPress hosting and management platform, launched the private beta version of Organizations; a new feature that was created as a way for agencies and designers to streamline their workflow.
While at Web Summit where literally thousands of startups were exhibiting, I had the chance to talk to many of the people behind these startups and get to know their businesses better.
I was happy to note that the vast majority were using WordPress for their website. I didn’t meet any startups that were using WordPress as the platform for building the product itself, however it was clear that the company’s website was very important to them. Making a good impression through their website could mean getting investment, or for those further ahead it might make or break their sales figures.
If you run a small WordPress agency or you are a freelancer with many small clients, it makes sense to think about offering hosting to those clients. It can be a great way for generating an almost 100% passive income stream and give a more comprehensive service to your customers. I’ve done this successfully for many years, and in this post I’ll be sharing some of the best WordPress hosting reseller plans that I’ve used.
Have you ever tried migrating a WordPress site manually? If you have, or know someone who has, you know how complicated, sometimes expensive and long a process it can be.
That’s why WP Engine have just launched a new plugin to significantly reduce the time it takes to fully migrate a site to their managed WordPress hosting platform – WP Engine Automated Migration.
Just when the Web hosting industry seemed more stable and entrenched than ever, announcements last week by Google, Microsoft and Amazon gave an official stamp of approval to the technological shift that is about to send it all swirling done the drain, and the specialist WordPress hosts may be the first disappear.