If you are in the market for a hosting platform, then you should consider jumping on the latest trend—WordPress Web Hosting.
WordPress is already the single biggest content management system (CMS) on the market. Because of that market saturation, it should come as no surprise that specialized hosting that is optimized for WordPress has followed suit.
Building your first website is an exciting venture – but figuring out where to start can feel overwhelming. The first choice you’ll have to make is which website builder to use. Today WordPress and Squarespace are two of the most popular.
WordPress hosting performance matters for your business. At what point do you click away when a site is slow to load? Studies have shown that one in four will leave a web page if it takes longer than four seconds. Half will leave if the financial transaction pages (cart, payment page, etc.) take two seconds or more to load. So why does hosting performance matter? Continue reading –>
First impressions count. And if you have a small business, your first contact with anyone new will likely be on your website. That’s why it not only has to look great but also needs to work well – because if it doesn’t, those visitors will bounce before you know what happened. In fact, according to a study by Taylor & Francis, you only have 50 milliseconds to make an impression. 50 milliseconds. Let that sink in.
With numerous plugins, themes, a great website backup tool, and the largest content management system (CMS) in the world, WordPress is one of the best choices you can make for your website. Over 30% of the top 10 million sites are WordPress-based, and that should tell you something.
Is your church badly in need of building an online presence to gain more attention and attract more attendees? You certainly aren’t alone in this endeavor. Most churches have the same problem: how to create a website on a small budget.
You already know that running an online backup for WordPress websites is important. They can save you from losing your website and get you back up and running quickly in the event of a crash or loss of data. But did you know that just running those backups isn’t enough?
For many businesses, the months between November and January are the busiest of the year – and just because Black Friday and Cyber Monday have passed doesn’t mean it’s over. There are still last-minute gifts to be purchased and sales to be had. In fact, over half of holiday consumers wait until the last minute to get their shopping done. Continue reading –>