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    WPEngine Video Review : Should You Buy Or Not Buy?

    January 8, 2014
    Wpengine

    When you start a new blog, selecting a webhosting is easy. You can grab webhosting from Bluehost or Hostgator which cost less than $5/month, and these hosting can easily manage the load of a new WordPress blog for first couple of years. When I started online, I started with Dreamhost and later on moved to Hostgator and many other hosting. The problem started, when my website started needing more resource and my VPS hosting guy, ...

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    The Biggest Downside Of WPEngine Managed Hosting : Overage Charge

    November 6, 2013
    WPEngine Overcharged

    When I shifted to WpEngine hosting few months back,  I shared the complete guide on moving and also added why I’m loving 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 guy was managing my server. The performance was good but there was few issues related to downtime and site slowness. ...

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    How WPEngine Hosting Helped Me To Recover ShoutMeLoud Blog

    October 5, 2013
    WPEngine Daily Backup Point

    If you have read my earlier experience of moving to WpEngine, I mentioned why I decided to pay $450/month for hosting. One of the best feature of WPEngine is, it takes a daily backup of users WordPress blog, and if anything goes wrong, you can restore it. Today, I was working on normal optimization of the blog, and I used WP-optimize plugin to optimize my database. As soon as I finished optimizing my database tables, and ...

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    Solution : Hostgator Temporary Places Block on Your Database

    September 18, 2013
    Hostgator Banned Database Accesss

    This is part of our question and answer series, and this question is from one of the Shouter Mohit related to Hostgator placing temporary block on the database. Here is exact Email Mohit received from Hostgator hosting: This message is to advise you of a temporary block placed on your database. The database was found to be consuming an inordinate amount of processor time, to the point of degrading overall system performance. While we do ...

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    My WordPress Migration Experience with WPEngine Hosting

    August 31, 2013
    WpEngine Dashboard

    From last couple of days, I have been planning to expand ShoutMeLoud with few new things, and I was considering to move to a Webhosting company, which can give me more control + complete peace of mind. Earlier ShoutMeLoud was hosted on a private VPS, which was was well-optimized, but I missed the lack of control.  For example, I wanted to integrate a forum and few other sub-domains, to expand SML, but technical limitations always ...

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    How to Copy Files from One Server to Another using SSH Command

    August 18, 2013
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    When it comes to migrating WordPress blog from one server to another, process is fairly simple. I have already explained it in detailed over here, and in nutshell, we have to migrate: WP-content folder and Old database For a new or a small website, this process can easily be done by using a free FTP client like FileZilla or Cyberduck. But, when you are dealing with a large site or migrating your website to a new ...

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    WP Engine Affiliate Program: Overview and Details

    August 7, 2013
    WpEngine Affiliate program

    Here at ShoutMeLoud, I keep sharing secrets to make huge money from your blog, and one of the most successful way for me so far is affiliate marketing. In simple word, you recommend a good reliable product to your readers, and in return you earn a handsome commission out of. Earlier, I have talked about Hostgator affiliate program, and Dreamhost affiliate program which pays up to $75 and $97 respectively per sale. Webhosting niche is ...

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    DreamPress : Dreamhost Launched WordPress Optimised Hosting

    June 12, 2013
    DreamPress Wp Managed hosting

    In last couple of years, I have seen a lot of companies leaving the traditional route of generic shared hosting, and stated offering platform specific hosting options. For example, now we have many companies which offers WordPress managed hosting which are optimised for running WordPress platform. For a new blog or a low traffic WordPress blog, a normal shared hosting company like Dremahost, Bluehost, Hostgator works great, as it fits in our budget, and quite ...

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