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.
The best thing about attending WordPress meetups is when you chat with someone who has been working with WordPress for only a year or two, and you are able to tell them about a tool that will instantly solve a problem they have been struggling with every day. The look on their face as what you are telling them sinks in is always a joy to behold.
This article is about a tool that could impact your use of WordPress in that profound way if you currently pay for Web hosting.
If you have big plans for your WordPress site, then you’d be wise as to invest in proper WordPress hosting. Here’s how to make the right hosting choice.
Few people enjoy the hassle or have the required expertise to set up, monitor and maintain a WordPress site. Most of us value the reliability of the provider and just focus on the content of our websites. For all of us untroubled managed hosting is way to go. MagicPress.net is a platform offering fast, secure and reliable managed WordPress hosting.
Are you thinking of starting an e-commerce store? You, like many millions of other website owners, might be considering WooCommerce to run it. Most people would argue it’s WordPress’ goto e-commerce plugin.
WooCommerce is now responsible for powering over 39% of all e-commerce stores online and there are literally thousands of extensions and themes that will boost the functionality of your store so it’s a great choice. There really isn’t too many store business models these days that you can’t implement with WooCommerce.
Though many companies claim to be the top dog when it comes to providing security, support, and speed to its customers, the truth is many fail to make good on their promises. And for the unknowing WordPress site owner, this can result in wasted time and money, let alone frustration.
Today we will look at SiteGround, one of the leaders in WordPress hosting, to see what services they provide website owners and ways they do make good on all of their hosting service promises.
Since 2005 WordPress.org has had a Recommended Hosting Page dedicated to this process of choosing the best host for you, but it hasn’t done a good job at all. In fact, many have complained about it for years and years with no changes ever being made. This is finally no longer true, as WordPress.org are putting the Recommended Hosting page through a complete overhaul.
Choosing the right hosting plan boils down to three important factors; control, resources and requirements. We hear from Gijs from Savvii Managed WordPress Hosting.
It’s officially Fall, and that means it’s time to celebrate with WP Engine’s OctoberPress Hosting Fest! Enjoy 3 free months of hosting with an annual hosting plan.
WP Engine provides hosting that’s as comforting as a warm sweater on a crisp Autumn day, so go ahead and sign up, you won’t regret it!
In case you’ve missed it, Media Temple have recently launched their Premium WordPress Hosting service, which puts them in direct competition with other providers (such as WP Engine and Page.ly) operating in the managed WordPress hosting niche.
Now Media Temple were the cool hosts that everyone wanted to be on just a few years ago, however there was a big shift when managed WordPress hosting providers entered the market, and they kind of lost their foothold in the WordPress market. With this new offering, they are back in the game and eagerly wanting to reclaim their slice of the pie. With their experience and technology they should be well positioned to become one of the leaders in the managed WordPress hosting niche. I’ve put them to the test and here’s what I found.