If you are doing a regularly scheduled podcast with the shows as posts on your WordPress site, you must host the files somewhere else. What I mean by this is that it's best not to upload them to your media file, or even a folder on your host, only because if they do start to get popular you host … [Read more...] about Why I Chose Blubrry Hosting for Our Podcasts
A good part of my past WordPress career I offered design, support and coaching. During those years I cannot tell you how many times I found an email in my inbox that had this somewhere in it:“My site was hacked. What do I do? Why did my host let this happen?”Or worse yet.“My online store … [Read more...] about Don’t Always Blame Your Host When Your WordPress Online Store Gets Hacked
As you know, there are tons of options for hosting your WordPress site. As you make your decision, you need to consider your specific needs and then find the best fit.A2 Hosting has been in the game for some time and has built a solid reputation over the years. The fact that they have … [Read more...] about A2 Hosting. A Look at the Turbo Plan for WordPress.
A lot of WordPress businesses work with their clients to recommend, manage, or even host their clients' sites. The alternatives to this are varied, and whether you are happy to just drop an affiliate for a hosting service to a potential client or go as far as offer hosting within your own brand will … [Read more...] about White Label Managed WordPress Hosting with Pressed
When it comes to building your WordPress site, you have several options. You can choose to start with WordPress.com, find a host and create a self-hosted site, or do it all on a hosted platform like Themecloud.io. The choice is yours.I'm not going to spend time in this review comparing the … [Read more...] about Themecloud.io. All in One WordPress Hosting and Site Building
Do the Woo Podcast Episode (Monday was a holiday in the states here, so only one show this week.) Some Thoughts on Pop-Ups, Themes, Extensions, and Hosting In episode 14, I'm talking about 5 things I have learned while building sites with WooCommerce and consulting for clients. Listen to this … [Read more...] about The BobWP eCommerce Wrap-up: June 3, 2016
I am a huge fan of WPEngine as they have been my host here for BobWP over the last few years. So it's natural that I do a post about it.Before you watch the video, I'd like to point out two features that have been especially useful to me. Backup PointsI'll be sharing WPEngine's backup … [Read more...] about BobWP Recommends WPEngine: Managed WordPress Hosting Solution for Your WordPress Site
Whether you are a designer, a developer or an agency, when looking for a WordPress management platform solution, sometimes you can feel like you have spiraled down into a dark void of indecision. And often there is no opportunity to try before you buy.So, to help you arm your self with more … [Read more...] about Pantheon Website Management Platform for WordPress
Finding the right hosting for your WordPress site can be overwhelming if you don't have someone you know and trust helping you. In fact, it can be a huge crapshoot.I have used several different hosts over the years. But at any given time, I only have a handful that I recommend. And who I … [Read more...] about SiteGround Hosting: GoGeek!
If you have been following my blog for awhile, you know that I am a fan of creating lists on List.ly. The majority are WordPress centric, but not all of them. So I have decided to create a list of just my WordPress lists. They include themes, plugins, resources, tutorials, news and podcasts. And I'm … [Read more...] about My List of WordPress Lists
If you have been following me for awhile, you know that I am a big fan of WPEngine. Sure, it's not the only good option for managed WordPress hosting, but in my books, it's way up there on my list. In fact, I have been using them here on this site since May 2013.Now when it comes to hosting, … [Read more...] about A WPEngine Deal For My Peeps
In this audio post, I chat a bit about why you shouldn't expect miracles from your host regarding the security of your WordPress site. This podcast was inspired by a conversation I had with my friend Tony Perez from Sucuri.net when we both attended the WooCommerce conference last fall in San … [Read more...] about Why Your Hosting Is Not Your Only Answer to WordPress Security