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August 16, 2021

What is Shared Hosting? Definition & Guide

What is shared hosting? Definition and guide

What is shared hosting? Shared hosting is a type of website hosting that involves a single server being responsible for hosting multiple websites. Learn more.

August 06, 2021

Why Do You Need Hosting for WordPress?

Why do you need hosting for WordPress
Why do you need hosting for WordPress? Read this blog to learn the benefits of having your site hosted, and what to look for in a host.
August 03, 2021

What Is WordPress Hosting?

What is WordPress hosting

If you’re thinking about launching a website, chances are you are considering using WordPress. It is easily the most popular content management system (CMS) in the world. Throughout the history of WordPress, the free and open-source CMS has proved to be a versatile and lasting tool for beginners and pros. This is why WordPress is so […]

July 15, 2021

Why is My WordPress Site So Slow?

Many site owners ask this question. Why is my WordPress site so slow? Our attention spans are getting shorter the more we use technology. The average attention span today is eight seconds. Think about what that means if your WordPress site is slow to load or function. Why Your WordPress Site is Slow Your website’s […]

May 08, 2018

10 WordPress Plugins That Use AI and Machine Learning

WordPress AI plugins
The world of WordPress AI is expanding — and there are tons of ways it can help your site. Learn the top 10 WordPress machine learning and AI plugins here.
December 10, 2015

What Does PHP 7 Mean For WordPress Users And Developers?

What Does PHP 7 Mean For WordPress Users And Developers?

PHP — the programming language behind WordPress, Magento, ExpressionEngine, and thousands of other applications — recently got its first major version bump in years. The move from PHP 4 to PHP 5 happened a decade ago, although the language has seen multiple minor version bumps in the intervening years, culminating in PHP 5.6, which was […]