Confused about web hosting and WordPress hosting? We explain the difference between the two and help you choose the best provider for your site.
Looking for managed WordPress hosting? In our Rocket review, we’ll take a look at a new hosting provider that caches your site on over 200 global edge servers using Cloudflare Enterprise, while still giving you managed features like staging sites and automatic backups.
SiteGround, one of WordPress.org’s recommended hosting providers, has developed a new set of website management interfaces built with the specific needs of freelance developers and agencies in mind. Here is how to use the new tools and interfaces to streamline your client work and take on more projects.
In this post we take a look at companies offering managed WordPress hosting. These companies have in-house WordPress experts and have built their hosting system from the ground up to be tailored for the specific needs of a WordPress site.
Looking for a hosting company that won’t let your business down is easier said than done. What are 15 of the worst things that web hosting companies do that you should avoid? We’ll let you in on their dirty little secrets.
If you’ve ever read a WordPress.org vs WordPress.com comparison post, you know that one of the common complaints against WordPress.com is that it’s not “real” WordPress.
That all changed in August 2017 when WordPress.com announced that Business plan users would be able to install their own themes and plugins, putting that tier of plans somewhere between the WordPress.com of old and self-hosted WordPress.
So…should you consider ditching your self-hosted WordPress site and hopping on one of WordPress.com’s Business plans?
For a limited time only, Kinsta, one of our top recommended WordPress hosts, is offering unlimited free migrations from WP Engine, Flywheel, Pantheon, Cloudways and Dreamhost for those wishing to move to Kinsta’s services. This offer is valid until the end of February 2019 (extended from the original September 2018 offer, so jump on it while it lasts now).
WooCommerce is, of course, a WordPress plugin but, like almost any form of e-commerce, a WooCommerce site requires far more resources than a regular Wordpress content site. We explain why that is, and how the subsequent poor performance and errors are far more damaging to an online store.
It is almost impossible to slash your way through the jungle of marketing and misinformation to find the tiny number of hosts who provide a competent, conscientious service. So, to find the very best WordPress hosts, we look at the results of the biggest WordPress hosting studies ever, with 830 respondents hosting 11,736 websites.
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