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.
Everybody likes a bargain and that’s one reason free web hosting attracts business owners who want to stretch their resources. But is it really a bargain? There’s a lot about free web hosting you should know before jumping on the bandwagon.
This article will walk you through the plans offered by the WordPress hosts who scored highest for customer satisfaction in a major poll published last week – you can view a summary of the results in our “WordPress Hosting: The Facts 2018” article.
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 is one of the best web hosting providers which are online, their servers are WordPress optimized which means if you install WordPress on your SiteGround hosting then your website will run smoothly without any issues. In this article, you can find all the steps which should be followed to install WordPress on SiteGround hosting with the help of Softaculous automatic script installer which is already integrated within your cPanel of SiteGround.
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.
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.
You need to build a WordPress website, but don’t know what to start with? Some people may say that it is almost impossible to undertake a job like this without specific skills and practice. Well, nothing is impossible and even a beginner is capable of building a site quite quickly. Of course, it may take a little bit more time compared to a professional, but still, the result is totally worth it.
In theory transferring a WordPress website should be a straightforward process that involves few well-defined steps like: export your database from the old host, import it on the new one, move your files, reconfigure WordPress and change the DNS records. Not much can go wrong you may think, but actually on each step things can occur causing trouble and preventing your successful transfer. In this post I will go through the most common of these issues and try to give you tips I learned from migrating hundreds of sites to SiteGround servers.
SiteGround have turned 10 today, and to celebrate they have launched the biggest 48-hour anniversary promotion on their site.
A 70% discount will be available till the end of the weekend!