WordPress Hosting Review

November 28, 2011 by  
Filed under Wordpress Hosting

Wordpress Hosting

Finding the perfect hosting package for your WordPress powered blog or website can turn out to be quite a tedious and difficult process, especially if you don’t know exactly what to look for and especially if your background does not include programming skills or advanced computer knowledge. However, if you want to know more about WordPress hosting... [Read more ⇒]

How much should good hosting cost?


“The Price” will always be one of the main motivating factors that drives consumer spending. However, judging what a “Good Price” is for web hosting is very difficult indeed. For example, you can get a website hosted for free, but that may not suit many users due to a lack of features. Let’s take a look at some of these features and see what... [Read more ⇒]

Does your webhost provide good technical service and support?


Good technical service and support is invaluable. There is nothing worse than getting that nauseating, sinking feeling when something goes wrong and affects your website being hosted on the net. Let’s take a look at a few ways webhosts provide technical service and support. Live – Chat Live chat is the ability to get immediate answers to queries... [Read more ⇒]

Why you should always go with Linux


What is Linux? Linux is an open-source (free) operating system for users. An operating system is a basic number of programs and utilities that ensure your computer runs smoothly. Many people use windows as their operating system at home but many webhosts chose Linux for their servers. There are a few differences between Linux and Windows – the most... [Read more ⇒]

cPanel – Giving Control To The Novice User


cPanel is a “Control Panel” for hosted websites. Without a control panel your website could only be managed and controlled by highly skilled website developers. cPanel is a fully-developed website management tool that has a Graphical User Interface (GUI) making it easy to use for the novice. cPanels’s ease of use and great functionality have made... [Read more ⇒]

The Different Types of Hosting


This article will discuss the 3 main categories of hosting: Shared hosting, VPS hosting and Dedicated Hosting. There are some great deals available from webhosts right now so these will be highlighted too.  “Shared hosting” is when many websites reside on one server. This is the most popular way of hosting domains and it is the cheapest. The disadvantages... [Read more ⇒]

Demand at least 99.9% uptime from your webhost!


“Uptime” is an important metric to website owners and hosts alike. It defines how often a website remains visible on the world-wide web. For people with e-commerce websites this in incredibly important as downtime is like hanging a “Gone Fishing” sign on the door. For other users it’s still something they can use to evaluate if a webhost is... [Read more ⇒]

What To Look For In A Good Webhost

February 24, 2011 by  
Filed under Finding the Right Web Host

Find a great web host

Choosing a new host can be complicated. The majority of people don’t want the hassle. After a rudimentary check of 2 or 3 webhosts, they decide all too quickly. Then you are locked into a term contract and transferring hosting can be extremely problematic – especially if your host also owns the domain. This article will highlight some things you... [Read more ⇒]

Web Hosting Goes Green!

Green Web Hosting - Inmotion Hosting, FatCow

“Going Green” has been in vogue since the early 90s. Many consumers reward environmentally friendly businesses by choosing them as their providers – simply because they have chosen to be environmentally conscious. However, there’s always a danger that corporate executives sensing a marketable commodity will exploit green issues to make a... [Read more ⇒]

WordPress Hosting

February 8, 2011 by  
Filed under Host Gator, Wordpress Hosting


You can sign up for a free hosted blog a lot of different places on the web. WordPress.com, Typepad, and Blogger to name three. If you want to host your own WordPress blog (WordPress.org) you can do that for free too. However this is a terrible choice. Not only will you be getting the bottom of the barrel, in terms of service and performance, your new... [Read more ⇒]

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