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    My Experience In Withstanding A Hosting Outrage

    April 6, 2011
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    There are so many situations when the web hosting scenario of your blog or website can crash completely. You get a huge traffic spike, mess up your WordPress theme, a whole bunch of people hotlink your images/ static files and your blog is stressed out. If you have hosted your blog or website on a shared hosting server and have problems regarding heavy bandwidth usages, increased memory consumption amongst other things, you might want to read ...

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    How to Request for Free Website Migration from HostGator

    March 27, 2011
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    Yesterday we let you know about free WordPress hosting migration from Hostgator and in this tutorial, I will be taking about how you need to put a request for free WordPress migration from hostgator. If you wish to migrate your WordPress site yourself, you should read my guide on How to move WordPress site. The process of migration is simple but the real issue happen after migration of your hosting, as most of the time ...

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    Free WordPress Hosting Migration With Hostgator Hosting

    March 21, 2011
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    Recently we have published as post on How to migrate WordPress hosting but we all know that migrating WordPress hosting is literally technical and it’s not a piece of cake for everyone. Most of people who started their blog on cheap hosting or shared hosting, they might be looking forward to switch to better hosting, but due to lack of technical knowledge, they are stuck with some free or cheap hosting which calls for frequent downtime. ...

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    My Valentine’s Day Date With WebHosting Customer Care

    February 27, 2011
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    Valentine’s day is a day which every one wait for and so did I. Though my story of Valentine day was different from everyone out here and I’m sure no one would like to have a date like I had. This day I can’t forget in my blogging career. Though I have been blogging in my native language since 2004 on a blogspot domain and recently (Jan 1 2011) I started a technical blog called ...

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    Why Shared WordPress Hosting is The Best Option For New Blog

    July 14, 2010
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    One of the most common problem anyone starting with new blog or internet marketing career is, selecting the Web-hosting for their site. We have already informed you and specifically advised you to stay away from free hosting, as they have their own limitations and issues and by the end of day you will get into lots of technical hassle. As a beginner web-hosting, I highly recommend to opt for reliable, reputable and cheap shared hosting. Web hosting packages have many ...

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    Hostgator 25% Off Voucher Code : Save Money on Web-hosting

    December 9, 2009
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    HostGator is no doubt the best webhosting service I have been with till now. I have four of my websites hosted on HostGator and trust me I have never seen any of those go down except for one when there was a hardware failure in one of their servers and they managed to bring all the infected accounts back to normal within 15 mins..

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    How to Install WordPress on Hostgator

    September 24, 2009
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    WordPress is one of the most popular self hosted blogging platform. Getting started with WordPress is quite easy, and the very first step is to install WordPress on your hosting account. Most of the shared hosting for WordPress offers quick script to install WordPress, and you don’t have to take maual route to create your WordPress blog. Here I will be sharing a complete guide which you need to launch your own blog on your hosting. ...

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    How to Point domain from Namecheap to Hostgator

    August 29, 2009
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    One of the security tip which I often give to other blogger is host your domain and website on different registrar. For example, if you hosting your site on Hostgator, Dreamhost or Bluehost, use ShoutMydomain, Namecheap or Godaddy to host your domain. Long time back, I used to use Namecheap for hosting my domain and my sites are still hosted on Hostgator. This post is for all those who register domain using namecheap and hosting through ...

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