As you may already know, WordPress is the world’s most frequented publishing platform. In fact, it’s estimated that nearly 18 percent of all websites utilize WordPress for their publishing needs. It’s easy to use, highly customizable, and last but not least, it’s completely free.
Last week we teamed up with AussieHost to give you a chance to win a 1-year free subscription to Joey web hosting plan. AussieHost is an Australian hosting company with 24 x 7 friendly support, rock solid servers and feature-rich products. Today it’s a time to draw the winners!
Last week we teamed up with BlogDroid for our weekly giveaway and today is the time to draw the winners! Are you curious who got free one year packages of premium WordPress managed hosting service?
I get asked to give hosting recommendations very frequently, especially from new website owners who are looking for their first web host.
Let’s take a look at what makes DreamHost an ideal hosting solution.
As you might have noticed, WP Mayor is hosted on what we consider to be the best WordPress hosting solution, WP Engine.
We’ve made the switch to WP Engine earlier on in 2012, and we have noticed a distinct improvement in our site. It’s been faster, our rankings have improved, and we no longer have to worry too much about hosting related stuff, as it’s all managed by the fantastic guys at WP Engine.
Earlier in 2012, we decided to move WP Mayor to the WP Engine WordPress managed hosting platform. There were a couple of reasons for doing this, the main one being a desired increase in loading speed.
Now after a few months working with WP Engine, it’s a good time to share with you how our experience has been in this WP Engine hosting review.
If you’ve read our article about WordPress performance optimisation and our WordPress SEO guide , you know that it’s important to have a fast-loading website, both for SEO purposes and more importantly, for your users’ convenience. In the first part of our WordPress VPS guide, we talk about the difference between shared hosting and a VPS, and get you started in setting up your very own VPS.