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)

SiteGound Hosting Review : My Year Long Experience

SiteGound Hosting Review : My Year Long Experience

How tough it is to find the right hosting company for yourself? For me, it was a tough call. As I had limited money and don't wanted to try and test my hard earned money on webhosting based on somebody else hunch. I started blogging in 2012, and when I planned for running my first self hosted blog, I started looking for a reliable hosting for my upcoming WordPress blog. I narrowed down my selection to Bluehost, Siteground, ASmallOrange. I completely removed Hostgator and Godaddy from my final list, as they got real bad reviews from many professional (4 comments)

How to Find out Which WebHost Is Hosting a Website

How to Find out Which WebHost Is Hosting a Website

Finding the best web host for your website is not easy, as the Internet is full of spam and paid hosting reviews that are misleading. You can always find some great reviews about the worst hosting company out there. Most people who are in need of a new hosting company have little time to do the proper research, and want to opt for the one which they think will give them peace of mind. Even here at ShoutMeLoud, I don't expect anyone to directly choose any single hosting company, as I have talked about various quality hosting companies like Bluehost, (3 comments)

How To Host Sub-Domain On Different Hosting Account

How To Host Sub-Domain On Different Hosting Account

One of the biggest challenge with shared hosting is to keep the load on the server in control, and forums are another resource hungry piece of software.  In my last article on WordPress forums, I informed you about adding forum on ShoutMeLoud, and finally I decided to install vBulletin V4 forum. Now next goal is to install the forum, and make it live. Before all this, I needed to decide where do I want to host my forum, and what will be the name of forum sub-domain. As I mentioned in my earlier article on things to know before installing forum, I (5 comments)

Solution : Hostgator Temporary Places Block on Your Database

Solution : Hostgator Temporary Places Block on Your Database

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 limit each account to no more than 25% of a system's CPU in our terms of service, we do not actively disable (3 comments)