The best thing is, you don’t need to spend a penny for getting 1-month free cloud hosting > migrating your blog to Cloudways & testing it. You can decide later if you want to change the nameserver & point your domain to Cloudways or not. Especially for those who love hosting technology; this is a great way to test something awesome in record time. … [Read more...] about Migrate WordPress Blog to Cloud hosting In easy Steps & for Free
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As you can see in the above table, I have made a year advanced payment to Kinsta. This way I got a discount for one month which is still good considering that my monthly hosting cost has increased by $250. As I have mentioned in a previous guide, investing in quality web-hosting is completely worth the money. … [Read more...] about $28,640 Earning from #Blog in a Month & Working From #Bali Experience
As a blogger, I always rely on Feeds, and few content discovery app to find the news which interest me. I use Google reader to subscribe to blog updates and using NetNewsWire (Which will shut down too) on my Mac to read latest updates. NetNewsWire syncs with Google Reader, and thus you could always stay updated with the latest news from your favorite blogs. Now, Google has decided to shut down Google reader as part of their spring cleaning, and this came as a surprise for many, because usage of RSS feed is declining, there are many users like me, who still relies on Google reader to maintain the feed. Here is the official announcement, where Google mentioned some of the services they will be shutting down in coming days. That will include: … [Read more...] about Best Google Reader Alternatives [Updated]
Once you have trudged through the hinterlands and decided where you are going to host your site, you need to pick a software package. This is also a deluge of choice because as many people as there are out there… there seem to be options for blog software. Some of the more common options are WordPress, Ghost, Jekyll and Movable Type. If you want more than just a blog you can look at things like Drupal or Joomla… but having had plenty of bad work experience with both I am not super fond of either. That said there are a ton of folks who love them and swear by them, so your mileage may vary. I would suggest that you look at pretty much all of the options, but in reality you are more than likely going to end up using WordPress. The reason being that there is simply more support from that community for blog-centric needs… and if you can think of it, there is likely already a plugin written to do the thing you want to do. … [Read more...] about Choosing a Platform
What you would like the most is their excellent customer support. Last time (In May 2016), when my site shifted to PHP7 on Kinsta Google cloud platform, I faced a lot of issues because of using many old plugins. Their team including CEO ‘Mark Gavalda‘ helped me at every point to fix all the issues. I have never had such a royal experience with any other WordPress hosting. … [Read more...] about Which is Best Managed WordPress Hosting for High Traffic Sites?