Using managed WordPress hosting means that you rent a single server for your website. You aren’t sharing the space with other websites, and there aren’t any other customers. This means that your WordPress site hosting environment is entirely personal, free from security risks.
I’ve been running sites for awhile now. And that means I have to move (or migrate) sites pretty often as I find new web hosts that I like better. And moving sites used to be a pretty technically arduous task. Some web hosts offer free migration but those would often take days and sometimes had […]
I’ve been hosting websites since 2006. And throughout that whole time, I’ve tried a lot of web hosts. And I mean a lot. If I had to count, I can confidently say that I’ve been with over 30 web hosts. I don’t use just one web host. Right now, I host my various sites on 5 web hosts. […]
After migrating a site, you want to check to see if everything is in working order first before changing your DNS (nameserver) records over to the new web host. I have purchased numerous sites and have migrated sites numerous times. As such, I’ve come to realize that it is not always best to change nameservers […]
If you are buying an existing authority/niche website or blog from someone, it will save you a lot of work if you start from zero. Sure, it requires more monetary investment upfront but you get a website that is already earning money and receiving traffic. Building a website from the ground up is great and […]
Building niche sites, authority sites, or blogs have grown quite a bit in the last few years. It has proven a great way to generate passive income. But don’t let that fool you, building niche/authority sites take a lot of time and effort. It’s an online business—but it is still a business. But once you […]
If your WordPress website automatically redirects you to another site, then chances are that you have been infected with malware. I’ve ran into this issue a couple of times before.
The popular WordPress builder Elementor often has mixed content issues on the homepage. When this happens, visitors won’t get the secure SSL padlock in the address bar when they visit your homepage. But all your other pages are seemingly secure. It’s just the frontpage.
To address this pain point, we have compiled a list of cheap web hosting companies that allows you to pay for hosting on a monthly basis. We have also put their monthly price and annual prorated price for you to compare. We have also included other important considerations in order for you to decide which company is best for your needs.