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This article compares the various types of web hosting that agencies can offer to clients, discussing the pros and cons of in-house, shared and cloud hosting, and arguing why managed cloud hosting is the best option to choose.
Having a fast site is important for your visitors and search results. How do you achieve that? Adrian Try lists the steps that will make a difference.
Every successful business provides exceptional customer support. In this guide, Adrian Try lists five ways you can use WordPress to support your customers.
Does an eCommerce site require a special hosting plan? In this guide Adrian Try takes you through what's needed to launch a successful online store.
Björgvin Benediktsson runs an audio training business using WordPress. In this interview, Adrian Try asks about his goals, plugins and hosting.
You can optimize the performance of your WordPress site using plugins. Adrian Try lists eight of the best that cover all the bases.
Every website needs a good domain name. In this article, Adrian Try takes you through the basics of choosing, registering, and making the most of yours.
Are you ready to switch to a different web hosting provider? How do you move your WordPress site over? Adrian Try gives you the options.
There are many factors to consider when choosing a web hosting plan. In this article, Adrian Try explains them and helps you make a decision.
For those looking to get online for the first time, web hosting can be a confusing concept. Adrian Try compares it to choosing real estate.
Maelstrom is Bittorrent's ambitious project which allows users to load websites via torrent magnet links - decentralized, free hosting for everyone!
WordPress hosts are a dime a dozen, and unfortunately even for a technically savvy person, it can be difficult to differentiate between a reputable host.
Adam Roberts outlines a great new deal from Bluehost and SitePoint Premium. Sign up for Bluehost's Starter plan for $3.50/month and get a year's free SitePoint Premium access.
Go through the steps needed to install WordPress in the cloud, and how to set it up in a shared hosting environment.