Just like you need a place to live, your website will need a place to live on the Internet. This means that you will need to find a company that will host your site and make sure that your readers, customers and others can access it whenever they need or want to. If you are in the market for a new host, what questions should you ask yourself before making the switch? Continue reading
For newbie bloggers, WordPress.com provides a quick turnkey way to get started. But once your blog is generating traffic, you may begin to chaff at the restrictions WordPress.com imposes.
In this post, learn 10 of the most common signs that you should consider moving your now-popular blog from WordPress.com to a self-hosted blog on WordPress.org. Continue reading
No IT expert will contest the fact that WordPress in either its .com or .org formats has much to offer, especially for those who are still new to the world of web building and blogging. But what is less known is that, for every perk WordPress holds out, there is a drawback that also deserves consideration. Continue reading
After building an entire website complete with a custom theme, categories, user profiles, comments, media libraries, articles, and all sorts of other content, the task of migrating everything over into a new content management system (CMS) can seem daunting to even the most experienced webmaster. Continue reading
Switching website hosts is always a scary proposition. You never really know how good a new host is going to be until you start using their services. There are limitations to every host, and these conditions are often very difficult to uncover until you’ve started to use the services. When things are running great with your website, you’ll likely be the happiest customer around. However, when things go wrong, that’s when your host really shows how dedicated it is to serving your needs. Continue reading
When you need to move a website, either to expand it or get new services, it can be a real problem if you do not know what you are doing. Not all web hosts configure their webpages the same and this can cause real headaches and take a considerable amount of time to unravel the problems. Here is a guide to transfer a website to show you what you need to know. Continue reading
The thought of moving a WordPress website often strikes terror in the minds of people. However, it does not have to be this way. There are some simplified ways of doing this. When you find out just how easy moving your WordPress site can be, you will want to kick yourself for not moving it sooner. Relax, take a deep breath, and read this article. We will explain how to transfer a WordPress site without hassles. For all intents and purposes you should have a backup of your site prior to moving it. Remember – expect the unexpected! Continue reading
One of the greatest challenges that accompanies running a website is answering the question of whether you have sufficient hosting. Not only does your host have to be able to handle the current load that your site takes, it needs to hold up to future growth. The simple fact is that choosing the wrong host can wreck havoc on your website. When that proves to be the case, the only option is to switch web host. If you already have a host, it’s important to watch out for the signs that it’s time to make a change. If you’re currently looking, here are a few things to keep in mind.
Web hosting is one of the more competitive industries in existence today. If you don’t like your current hosting provider, you won’t have any trouble finding a wealth of other providers who are eager to earn your business. Continue reading
While WordPress is often mistakenly associated solely with the blogging sphere, it has bloomed into a full-fledged content management system. While it is still, and often, used for blogging, WordPress can also be used in the process of editing and publishing your website content in a more complex way. If you have any kind of website, you should consider the many benefits of the WordPress system and why it may be in your best interest to migrate to WordPress.