Posts Tagged ‘WordPress Hosting’
When it comes to choosing a WordPress host, many users select freemium hosting companies like WordPress.com (by Automattic)Â or Blog.com due to low risk (at least financially speaking).
While WP.com and Blog.com are great ways to experience WordPress without putting a hole in your wallet, they are also very restrictive on what features (think plugins) you can install upon your site.
For those of you seeking a more flexible solution to WordPress blogging, they may want to check out Blogetery who provides users with the conviences of WP.com without sacrificing too many freedoms. Read More
If you were to survey the vast majority of WordPress compatible hosting companies, you would find that most (if not all) of them could be classified into one of four different categories.
While each category has its own advantages and disadvantages, users should careful to choose the host that best fits their needs (whether those be financial, security, freedom, etc.) before launching your blog to the world.
Although everyone has their own bias (including yours truly!) over which option is the best, here is a “brief” guide to help those of you new to the world of WordPress, as well as for the many considering adopting it as your preferred platform. Read More
When it comes to WordPress blogging, many new users want to “eat their cake and have it too.”
In other words, many want some of the freedom of using a WP centric host without having to sacrifice on server space, deal with various plugins or even pay a monthly fee for hosting.
Although WordPress.com (which is owned and operated by Automattic) does provide users with free hosting, many complain over the inability to use their own ads or being forced to pay a large fee in order to upload videos.
For those of you seeking to embrace a WordPress Centric host without having to shell out the big bucks, you might want to consider using a service under a highly prized domain name. Read More