Kinsta Review: Best Managed WordPress Hosting Today

Disclaimer: This Kinsta review is based on our actual experiences after purchasing a plan, launching a website, and actually using Kinsta. I have affiliate links in this post. Reading and clicking this means that you accept the terms and conditions. Your website hosting choice lays the foundation for your website. You’d want your website to … Read more

Managed WordPress Hosting: Your Options

There are several WordPress Managed Hosting options today. How do you choose the right one? The hosting service you choose will determine just how successful your digital marketing efforts are going to be. When you want to start a blog or setup a website on WordPress, you’d normally think of trying to spend as less … Read more

Flywheel Hosting: 4 Stand Out Features

Flywheel has been our preferred WordPress Managed Hosting solution for several years now. The one huge benefit we get right off the bat by choosing specialty WordPress hosting solutions such as Flywheel is that our involvement with anything to do with hosting, WordPress upgrades, and managing WordPress security is absolute hands off. Flywheel keeps me … Read more

WordPress Conversion Optimization Tips

Follow a few WordPress conversion optimization tips and you’ll go a long way to get results from your site — instead of the site just sitting there. Setting up a website based on WordPress is easy. Making a website sweat it out for optimum conversions isn’t anywhere close to waking up with the smell of … Read more

WordPress Sucks? No, it Doesn’t. But We Do

WordPress sucks. Partly because we let this happen. WordPress now accounts for 60.8% of the Internet, according to Kinsta. For many users, WordPress is a popular CMS owing to the huge community around the platform, plugins, managed hosting solutions, and thousands of good themes to choose from. WordPress dominates. But you’d often see users getting … Read more

Pressidium Review: How to Make Your WordPress Website SuperFast & Secure

Pressidium Review

Your WordPress website is vulnerable, subject to being dragged down by numerous images and a hundred other things you put on your site and is also susceptible to breaking down or getting hacked. Shared Hosting is a good start when you are just starting out but it cannot handle your website after a certain point. … Read more