What you’re about to read are the results of our 2016 WordPress hosting survey – aka. “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of WordPress Hosting.” Yep, we have good, we have bad, and we indeed do have ugly. (more…)
WordPress hosting – collectively the favorite topic to talk about when you meet some fellow WordPress people at a conference. Or is it just me? (more…)
Staying current with some SEO vs. WordPress site speed concerns can be a burden. After all, keeping on top of the various moving parts of a successful site is tricky enough, without worrying about which one of over 200 ranking signals is currently making a difference in the SERPs.
One SEO signal that’s gotten a lot of attention over the last few years is site speed. We all know we should be making our sites faster, but how much difference does it really make in terms of SEO? (more…)
Is the (managed) WordPress hosting industry coming to an end? I mean, is WordPress easy-to-grasp enough so that we no longer need any companies helping us out setting up our web servers, and then taking care of those servers on a regular basis? (more…)
Today, we’re comparing 5 of the top shared hosting providers for WordPress: SiteGround vs Bluehost vs HostGator vs InMotion Hosting vs GoDaddy . (more…)
Doesn’t matter if you’re starting a new business or if you already have one that’s been around for a while, speed is one of the keys to making sure that your site can grow and remain healthy. Bonus point … this will also keep your visitors active.
Looking for the right fastest web hosting can be a little tricky, though, because every host is different. They have a multitude of packages that can make you confused when you go through them. Everyone wants what’s best for their business, no matter if it’s a small or big one. And of course, one of the most important things you can rely on is the speed.