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Biggest Limitation of SiteGround Shared Hosting

Biggest Limitation of SiteGround Shared Hosting

Last year Srikanth posted a review of SiteGround, and after hearing great recommendations from other users I bought a GrowBig plan from SiteGround. A few months ago I moved a few of my sites away from Hostgator and over to SiteGround, as my Hostgator subscription was expiring. It has now been more than three months since I began using SiteGround as the hosting service for five of my small WordPress sites. This period of use has given me enough time to experience the pros and cons of SiteGround hosting. SiteGround offers an in-house caching mechanism (16 comments)

HostGator to SiteGround – My Web-Hosting Migration Experience

HostGator to SiteGround – My Web-Hosting Migration Experience

I believe it was in the last quarter of 2009 when I started using Hostgator as my hosting service. Since then I have purchased over 5 hosting packages from Hostgator and have hosted more than ten WordPress blogs with them. Undoubtedly, Hostgator's hosting quality is good.  Lately, however, their customer support has started to disappoint me. For the past year I have wanted to move my sites away from Hostgator, and try a new web hosting company for my WordPress blog. In this post I will share what I experienced when changing hosting companies.  I have (12 comments)

Installing WordPress Blog on Siteground Hosting- Complete Guide

Installing WordPress Blog on Siteground Hosting- Complete Guide

Siteground is one of those web-hosting company which I started using recently for one of my projects and so far I'm really pleased with the features and performance. What I like the most about Siteground is their customer support, which is par excellence. Specially for Hostgator users who are tired of their slow tech support, Siteground is the best alternate hosting for you. They offer free migration from your existing hosting or you can follow this guide to migrate your WordPress site yourself. You can sign up for Siteground with 60% discount using (6 comments)

Guide To Migrate WordPress Site Using Duplicator Plugin

Guide To Migrate WordPress Site Using Duplicator Plugin

Earlier I have shares a guide on moving WordPress site manually and it was one of the most read tutorial of ShoutMeLoud. Today, I'm extending the series by adding a new way to migrate WordPress site to new server and this time, it will be easier than the last time. I have tried and tested this method on few of my sites, and migration happened within few minutes and without any problem. In this guide I will be taking help of a free WordPress plugin call Duplicator, which let you migrate WordPress site in few easy steps. You can use this plugin to (7 comments)