WordPress Managed Hosting

WPEngine Review: One WordPress Engine You Should Never Drive

WPEngine Review: One WordPress Engine You Should Never Drive

Having good, reliable web hosting is one of the most crucial aspects of any growing or established blog. One of the most daunting tasks that you will face with your blog is choosing the right web hosting company. There are many great options available, especially when you have a small or medium-sized WordPress blog. Budget hosting like Bluehost would be sufficient for a smaller blog, but the task gets tedious when your WordPress blog starts growing exponentially, and greater server resources are required to handle your growing traffic. In the past (36 comments)

The Biggest Downside Of WPEngine Managed Hosting : Overage Charge

The Biggest Downside Of WPEngine Managed Hosting : Overage Charge

When I shifted to WpEngine hosting few months back,  I shared the complete guide for moving and also added why I love their hosting. If you have missed all these details, here are few things which you should know: Before moving to WpEngine, I was hosted on a private VPS, and one of the freelancer networking guys was managing my server. The performance was good, but there were few issues related to downtime and site slowness. Moreover, one biggest problem with the freelancer or less known hosting company is the accountability. So I decided to spend (12 comments)

DreamPress 2 : Dreamhost Launched WordPress Optimised Hosting

DreamPress 2 : Dreamhost Launched WordPress Optimised Hosting

In last couple of years, I have seen a lot of companies leaving the traditional route of generic shared hosting and started offering platform specific hosting options. For example, now we have many companies which offer WordPress managed hosting that are optimised for running WordPress platform. For a new blog or a low traffic WordPress blog, a normal shared hosting company like Dreamhost, Bluehost, Hostgator works great, as it fits in our budget, and quite reliable in terms of support. When it comes to hosting a WordPress blog with decent traffic, (4 comments)