Web Hosting Beginner Guide: Part III

After getting thorough with the basics of web hosting in the previous two parts of this guide, now it’s time to know how to select the right hosting service for your needs. The final part of the web hosting beginner’s guide walks you through the web hosting selection process. Lesson #8. Selecting the Right Hosting …

Hostgator vs. Bluehost

Among the most recommended web hosting providers, Hostgator and Bluehost are definitely worthy choices as they provide almost an exceptional guarantee of uptime. However, Hostgator provides a lot more security layers than Bluehost. Both their servers are equally powerful as they’re equipped with AMD Opteron 6000 and DDR3 ECC RAM. Based on several sources, the …

Web Hosting Beginner Guide: Part II

In part I of this web hosting beginner’s guide, we learnt about web hosting, domain names, and domain name registration. The second part of this article aims at enlightening readers about TLD, subdomains, domain privacy, and more. Read on! Here’s what you will get to learn here: #6.Understanding TLD, Subdomain and TLDcc #7.What is domain …

WP Engine Managed WordPress Hosting Review

Without doubt, you can deal with the rate, security, and scaling issues on the off chance that you need. In case you’re not a specialized individual, then you may need to research Managed WordPress hosting. 6 out of 10 sites on the planet use WordPress. There’s a ginormous bay between the movement TED.com faces and …

What Bloggers Should Know about Web Hosting Services and WordPress Installation?

In this extensive article, we will be exploring everything that bloggers should know about web hosting services and WordPress installation. Read on! Web Hosting Services It is highly recommended that you start off with a good shared web hosting service. When it comes to shared web hosting, you will be sharing the server resources with …