These are our recommended WordPress hosting companies.
WordPress Hosting for Large Companies
Maybe you’re thinking about building a website, and you’re trying to determine which hosting company will best serve your needs. Perhaps you’ve already created one
Thinking about using Flywheel to host your WordPress site? In our Flywheel review, we’ll go hands-on and show you how Flywheel performs, as well as
Heard of this thing called “static WordPress hosting”? Wondering whether going static is right for your site? Whether you have no idea what static WordPress
For the longest time, I’ve been fascinated with hosting WordPress on DigitalOcean by myself. I’ve seen people sharing pictures of how fast their tiny $5 per
This is a guest post written by Alex Denning. Imagine this: You’ve been working hard to build up your agency, and have steadily accrued a
Businesses using WordPress as a CMS are constantly worried about performance and ease of use but the majority of them are not technical. Although there
In this HostPapa hosting review, we will consider the range of plans, packages, and tools that HostPapa provides to help you create, host and secure
Looking for a SiteGround review before you make the plunge and host your website there? SiteGround is WPLift’s recommended WordPress hosting company. It’s also where
Hosting can be a tricky business. You have dozens of options to choose from, all promising to be the best host for the job. Chances
Managed WordPress hosting…if you’ve been around WordPress for any length of time, you’ve probably seen this term bandied about. But what is managed WordPress hosting? And do you actually need it for your site? And what’s more, which of the twenty million managed WordPress hosts out there are actually worth considering?
You already know the importance of having a WordPress site that loads incredibly fast and doesn’t crash when one of your posts goes viral. Plus, you want a site that has a high level of security and can easily scale. Your host will either support these goals or detract from them. If you’ve been thinking about switching hosts, then managed WordPress hosting has probably come up on your radar.
You know what I love about managed WordPress hosting? Beyond the awesome features…it’s how competitive things are becoming. See, competition is great because it brings
Want a simpler way to work with WordPress? MagicPress is a cloud platform for hosting, managing, and creating WordPress sites. And in this post, I’ll give you a hands on review of everything that it has to offer.
Earlier this year, we ran a newsletter letting you know that SiteGround had started automatically issuing Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates to sites. At the time, that was the biggest SSL news. As far as I know, no other shared host has made such a bold move.
Today we are talking to Stuart Melling, co-founder of the UK-based web hosting provider 34SP.com. Founded in the year 2000 with fellow managing director, Daniel
Security is of paramount importance for any website. One tiny loophole may cripple a years’ old popular website. Do you know that over a quarter
In today’s review, I’m going to be digging into Kinsta hosting. Since 2013, Kinsta has been providing high-performance managed WordPress hosting to businesses and enterprises.
Today, I’ll be reviewing yet another WordPress hosting provider which has been in this business since the year 2000. 34SP.com, as the name goes, is a UK based web hosting company which got started with the prime focus of bridging the gap between sophisticated hosting solutions and affordable prices.
Today we are looking at a web hosting company named A2 Hosting, a larger company started all the way back in 2001 as a one-person
ThemeCloud is a new managed WordPress hosting company which uses the Docker platform to host your sites in the cloud. They are looking to simplify
Almost 2 years ago to this day I became aware of a hosting company named SiteGround, they approached me to become one of my hosting
Inmotion Hosting are a managed hosting company operating out of Los Angeles, USA with their own data centers on both coasts. They offer a range
Today we are talking to Brad Litwin who is the marketing manager for a hosting company based in the US, called A2 Hosting. They have
This is the second part of our “How We Work” series, check part one here, where I interviewed TeslaThemes. This time we are looking at
There are plenty of tools to backup your site, your database, and your posts. I wanted one to change the paths. Something super easy and quick. Wordpress offers overrides for testing, but doesn’t apply throughout. I found WP Migrate DB.