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).
WP Engine have now made the Genesis Framework and 35 premium StudioPress Themes available for free to all WP Engine customers. Here at WP Mayor we have partnered up with WP Engine to offer you 4 months of free hosting with any annual subscription.
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.
There are several hosting providers that offer managed hosting, but it could be tough to tell which is best based on their own marketing. Regardless of your WordPress experience, choosing managed hosting can be a minefield.
With this in mind, we’re going to take a look at two giants of managed WordPress hosting and compare Kinsta vs. WP Engine. We’ll pit the two against each other, comparing their pros and cons, in order to help you choose the option that works best.
Later this month, WP Engine will be celebrating its 7th birthday! Quite the achievement, and they keep growing year after year, while offering top quality services. Join the celebrations with their limited time discounts!
Ever heard of Google AMP? It stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages and it’s an open source project. A webinar is being organised on Wednesday April 12 that will teach you what you need to know about AMP and how to make it work with WordPress.
“Web Week” was thought up by the folks at WP Engine, and it’s the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve when most sites get lower traffic. This makes it the perfect time to make and launch any changes to a site, or to launch your existing site on a new host.
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.
Have you ever tried migrating a WordPress site manually? If you have, or know someone who has, you know how complicated, sometimes expensive and long a process it can be.
That’s why WP Engine have just launched a new plugin to significantly reduce the time it takes to fully migrate a site to their managed WordPress hosting platform – WP Engine Automated Migration.