Whether you are a start-up or an established business, having a blog accessible to your audience at all times is necessary. Your blog should be accessible to visitors 24/7/365.
There are many types of web hosting services including shared, VPS and dedicated hosting. The former involves hosting multiple clients on one physical server while in the latter, each customer gets exclusive access to his own server. Each hosting service has its advantages and disadvantages. While shared hosting is an affordable option, it does not offer the security of dedicated hosting.
Web Hosting Hub – have been great to deal with when it comes to domain registration and hosting. I’ve had a really good experience for several years which is why I continue to renew my service as well as introduce their services to more of my clients. They have packages starting at just a few dollars per month which means it is easy to get started blogging with minimal investment.
Heart Internet – are a UK based web host and while they are not quite as cheap as Web Hosting Hub they offer very good customer service and if a UK hosting provider is something you are looking for I highly recommend them.
WP Engine – WP Engine are specialists at WordPress hosting. WP Engine offers a full service WordPress package, they will run any security updates, make regular backups and help to improve the speed and performance of your site. This means that their pricing is a lot more expensive but it takes a lot of the technical hassle away from you.
One of the most impacting ways to improve the overall experience and functionality of your blog is by ensuring that you have the ideal pages set-up. One area that many bloggers fail in is building great site navigation and providing pages that are designed to enhance the user experience and build the strength of the blog as whole