Kinsta vs InMotion: Kinsta is Better. However…

Even though both offer managed WordPress plans, Kinsta is better than InMotion Hosting in every way. However, Kinsta has one fatal flaw - you pay separately for each additional WordPress site, whereas with InMotion, you pay a single fee for unlimited sites. So if you have many smaller sites, Kinsta … [Read more...]

KnownHost vs LiquidWeb: A Superior VPS

While KnownHost and LiquidWeb are excellent VPS hosting choices, Liquid Web is better because of pricing and features. Even though KnownHost has more attractive long-term VPS pricing, LiquidWeb's initial discount is so high and for so long that it overcomes the disadvantage. KnownHost holds an edge … [Read more...]

KnownHost vs Hostgator: A Better Web Host

The most significant difference between KnownHost and Hostgator is the pricing and resource limitations. But when it comes to performance and features, there's no debate - KnownHost is better. So if you're looking for the cheapest web hosting, Hostgator is the better choice. But if you want superior … [Read more...]

KnownHost vs SiteGround: Tough to Choose

SiteGround has many unique features, but KnownHost matches each and adds even more. But the biggest difference between KnownHost and SiteGround is the price. SiteGround is twice as expensive as KnownHost, even though the discounted prices are similar. I hosted on SiteGround for seven years, so I … [Read more...]

Top 3 NGINX Shared Hosting Providers

NGINX hosting is hard to find, especially shared hosting. Here are the best NGINX web hosts: 1. HostArmada.com 4.8 ★★★★★ Visit Site >> Pure NGINX serversStatic file cachingFree backupsFree WAF and malware removalFree private DNSOPcode … [Read more...]

3 Essential Features of Good Web Hosting

I've been hosting my own website for years and during that time I've learned a lot about what makes a good host. I've wanted to write this post for a long time, sharing my valuable experience with those just getting started. Things like disk space, domain names, and pre-installed apps are not … [Read more...]

Moving From Shared Hosting to VPS is Hard!

I won't lie - if you're coming from shared hosting, you're in for a rude shock at how much work you have to do with a VPS. Migrating to a VPS is extremely hard if you have no experience. No web hosting provider tells you this. They all want you to upgrade to their "managed VPS" service, promising … [Read more...]

SiteGround Tried to Take Down my GoGeek Review

I've been a fan of SiteGround for years. In fact, I hosted my sites with them for 7 years. In my reviews, I have consistently labeled them as a "premium" service, going so far as to call them "The Apple of shared hosting". I'm no longer an affiliate, however. They didn't want any affiliates to refer … [Read more...]

NameHero Client Area: Getting Around

The NameHero client area recently got an update with a snappy new interface that's faster, cleaner, and flatter than the one before. This, along with a complete refresh of the NameHero site design itself, gives the entire service a fresh new look. The client area in particular is now easier to … [Read more...]

Lightsail AWS vs Shared Hosting: Bad for Beginners

The biggest difference between Lightsail AWS and shared hosting, is that Lightsail is like a managed VPS that comes installed with WordPress, but without customer support. With traditional shared hosting, on the other hand, everything is automatically configured. Lightsail AWS isn't for beginners, … [Read more...]

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