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Shared vs Managed Hosting

Shared WordPress Hosting vs Managed WordPress Hosting

Fast loading time and a higher website speed can increase revenue and page views. While choosing a hosting plan, you have to consider certain parameters and fast loading time is one of the most important ones. But that’s not everything that distinguishes shared hosting from managed hosting.

Running a business online comes with varied requirements and needs, and what works for one person may not work for you. This post discusses in detail the various features shared hosting and managed hosting comes with and how you can leverage them for your business.

Best WordPress Hosting 2018: The Facts

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.

SiteGround Deal – 70% Off!

Your website is a precious thing to you, so treat it to a Christmas present by pampering it with a SiteGround hosting system.

SiteGround are one of my very favourite web hosts, and the deal they have this Christmas is just insane, 70% off!

SiteGround Managed WordPress Hosting Reviewed

I recently moved over one of my most important sites to SiteGround from its previous location at a shared host. SiteGround are a hosting company that’s been established for more than 9 years now, they are based in Bulgaria and offer shared hosting, cloud hosting and dedicated servers.

One of the reasons I moved to SiteGround was that I met their team at WordCamp Europe in Leiden earlier this year. They left a lasting impression of me and immediately came across as a fun, knowledgeable and passionate bunch, focused on supplying a great service and keeping their customers satisfied.

Where to Buy a Domain Name for a WordPress Site

When building your first WordPress website, the primary step is to find a domain name and register it.

It doesn’t really matter where you buy the domain from with regards to WordPress, but not all registrars are equal. When choosing a registrar you need to consider their prices, interfaces, and additional services they offer.

I’ve been using MyDomain and found them to be the best solution for management and renewing of my domains.

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