For many newbies to the world of owning and operating a website, the idea of domain names and domain registration can be quite confusing. But it doesn’t have to be. Setting up a website is a fairly easy process and domain registration is just a piece of that puzzle.
Trying to find the best website hosting can be a challenge. There are many different companies that offer hosting, but which one is best? More importantly, which is best for you?
Not all plans are the same and believe it or not, you may be paying for a plan that has more features than you need for your website. In order to find the best plan, read over this guide for key categories to consider when deciding on a hosting company.
Website hosting has many different pieces to it that all work together to store your website’s data safely. From firewalls and security certificates to storage space and bandwidth, the pieces cover a large range of actions.
Today, we are going to look at integrating G Suite (formerly known as Google Apps) with your shared hosting provider. For years now, Google has provided you with everything from quality email to easy word processing and collaboration in addition to the premier search engine on the Internet.
As one of the more well-known companies, GoDaddy is no longer just a domain registrar and has gotten into the WordPress web hosting game. Since we at InMotion are seasoned professionals in this field, and since we cherish good competition, we wanted to see how GoDaddy plans stack up against InMotion Hosting plans.
It finally happened: your website went down and you’re freaking out because you don’t know what to do or even if you have a recent website backup. Don’t worry, we’re here to help! We’re going to go over some of the common issues that cause a website to crash, what to do, and how to be better prepared if it happens again.