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Create a Professional Blog with WordPress Hosting

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Choosing to change or add features to your existing WordPress blog is a great idea to make it look more individual and impressive.  Whether you are web savvy or just starting out, there are many features that you can choose from to help your site gain more traffic and look fantastic.

Some users get confused with what WordPress has to offer, as the website—although easy to use—is quite complex.  WordPress.org and WordPress.com provide different things.  WordPress.com is free open source software that allows users to have a blog with advanced options.  WordPress.com provides free blog hosting with advanced features that make a blog feel like a premium website.  WordPress.org is a form of online software that you can use to create a blog.  This software is designed to aid you with a variety of plugins and themes.

WordPress offers premium features and free features.  It also offers bloggers the option to add a webhosting service to their account, providing information that supports users in doing so.  WordPress Premium features are so handy that users may not need to require an independent hosting service.  It all depends on what the user requires to make a blog or website more professional or functional.

Types of WordPress Paid Features

Choosing a unique domain name is a great idea to drive more traffic to your site and make yourself better visible in internet search engines.  Adding extra storage will help a site run better and cope with large amounts of data.

Ad-free Blogging

You can opt for an ad-free account by paying a little more.  WordPress is a free site and gains its revenue from advertising.  However, as a user you can pay monthly and not have ads on your site.  If you do not wish to pay extra, you can also choose which type of ads you prefer free.

Premium Features

You can set your account to “unlimited private” user.  This in effect acts as your own personal website; however you have to pay about 20 dollars a year to maintain this.  This service is a good option for a successful blogger wishing to transform a blog into a more secure personal space.  Setting your account to private simply means that only people who have your address can view your blog.  However, you can still be viewed in an internet search engine or be found on the net.  Customized CCS upgrade will allow users to manipulate and change the pages of their theme; it does not cost a lot and is easy to do if you have time.

VIP Hosting Features with WordPress

WordPress offers extra features for V.I.P users and some features incorporate webhosting.  However, how one becomes a V.I.P is not clear.  There is an application button on the site to apply for V.I.P hosting, however in looking at WordPress clients it seems that the V.I.P status is for large companies or popular organizations.  Possibly if your blog receives a lot of traffic you could be seen as V.I.P.

Posted by admin on July 23rd, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

Advantages to WordPress Hosting

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Successful bloggers will look to webhosting to make their blogs look more professional and unique. Incorporating a new hosting service will allow for better administration resources and create a better platform for which to add other software and advanced features.  Choosing a new webhosting server for your blog is always a challenge. Many webhosting servers to choose from, all with a variety of pros and cons will benefit or adhere to the functionality of your blog. There are some key points to consider as to why WordPress may be the best hosting service for your blog.


Installing WordPress on your hosting provider is as easy as adding a new feature to your account. There are a large number of features that you can add, giving you flexibility and control over your blog management. If you choose WordPress hosting above other hosting services for your WordPress blog, you will not have any problems with uploading your blog onto the server. The brilliant thing about using WordPress hosting is that it is completely compatible with your current WordPress blog. Although other web hosting services can be compatible with your blog, you will have to check independently before you purchase your hosting service, and then users will have to upload their blog onto the new hosting server. WordPress does have a help section on its blogging service to help users with this process, if you do decide to purchase a separate hosting service. WordPress also recommends other servers that could be better than others, as every user will want different things from their hosting service. Some webhosting services are better than others are for different reasons, as all provide a variety of different services.

Ease of Access

If you choose WordPress hosting, you simply have to click “install” to get a hosted service. It is so easy to transform your free blog into a rented website space through WordPress Hosting. The look, design, and feel of your upgraded account will be very similar; users will simply have more options on their account. If users use an individual hosting service it will take a little longer to set up and manage in the beginning. However, it very much depends on what users wish to gain from their site.

Functionality and added Features

For an extra payment, WordPress users can add extra storage, a personal domain name, a customized CSS service, and a video press option among other features. This means that bloggers can make their new webhosting account as uncomplicated or complicated as they wish. If users simply want to add a domain name to the free blog account, this can be done easily and inexpensively. If, however, a user wishes to use advanced features it will cost a little more but will be well worth it.

WordPress offers impressive security, reliability, and support; it consists of a large community of online users and has a tried and tested approach to being successful. This makes WordPress an impressive site for free online blogging and for paid webhosting services.


Posted by admin on June 8th, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

Basic WordPress Hosting Advice

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WordPress is a very flexible free blog site. The interesting thing about WordPress is that it can be as simple or as complex as you like. It is a complex site that is easy to use. It can be used by beginners and by web savvy users. The internet is growing more each day and with it the number of blogs. No matter what you chose to write your blog about or what your intended purpose may be, you will need traffic to keep the blog active.

Blog Popularity

A blogger can get more traffic to their site in many ways. One way is simply by being a fantastic writer with a pot of luck. Other ideas include rigorous networking and posting on other blogs that are similar to yours. This builds you into a community. Another way is to get a domain name for your blog. By giving your blog a name, you are effectively branding yourself to advertise more successfully.

Choosing a Good Domain Name

Choosing a unique domain name that suits your site is important. A good domain name will give your blog a brand and bring visitors to your site. An appropriate name will also give a visitor a good idea of what your site addresses. A bad domain name can be disastrous, either because it has nothing to do with the content on your pages or because it does not attract the right people to your blog. It is a good idea to choose your domain name well as it is sometimes difficult to change it after you have set up your account and uploaded pages to the new address. It can be done but it requires jargon that is a bit more technical. WordPress does offer users a choice of having multiple domain names or a sub domain name.

Get Your Domain to Appear in Search Engines

Register your domain name with the big search engines. In some cases this will cost you money, but not always. There are lots of tricks to have your information appear at the top of web searches. There are many tutorials and forums on the internet about this.

Why Choose WordPress Hosting?

If you are already using WordPress for blogging, how about using it for a web hosting service? WordPress advertises its hosting service as compatible in just a click. They do have a point as there will be no problems or technical mishaps when installing your site onto a new domain, as WordPress will install the new domain in minutes. If you purchase a domain name from another web hosting service, you will have to take a few more minutes to figure out if the service is compatible with your WordPress blog.

All domain names cost money. WordPress offers a fair rate and offers a 100-day money back guarantee. All servers claim to be safe, stable and secure. Some offer more things than others do. WordPress hosting offers support to help users with WordPress specific issues and queries. This will come in very handy if you have any problems, especially if you have never had a domain name before.

Posted by admin on May 29th, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

Advanced WordPress Hosting Tips

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WordPress is a very complex hosting platform. It can be used by bloggers who simply wish to inhabit their own free blogging site; it can also be used as a platform for a more professional website. Advanced users enjoy the freedom and popularity of WordPress.

If you want an advanced-looking WordPress site, you have a wide array of options to choose from, including design and programming. Some pros will upload WordPress onto their PC manually and then go on to reshape their pages to desired functionality through different methods of programming. This may be too overwhelming for some users. They require a bit of time and practical tinkering, developing the kinds of skills that are needed to satisfy standards. When organizing your WordPress site, you will be given an option to work with a visual view or a HTML view. Knowing some web hosting or programming jargon will help you to get to a more advanced level.

Perl and PHP

PHP is a coding language that is encrypted into HTML code. It is effective for the server to manage script or coded net information. PHP has models that are built in to help FTP servers. FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. This fancy piece of software needs to be downloaded onto your PC. From that point, it acts as an interim storage base or an intermediary between your PC and your website. This proves effective when you upload or download information from your site onto your computer. Most FTP servers are very easy to use, as they resemble the same file sorting as you are used to running on Windows platforms.

PostgreSQL, MySQL, SQLite, and LDAP are all libraries that are embedded into servers. These libraries store information and make programming and server uploading a much faster and smoother process. If you are paying for a site, you really should make sure you have all of these functions.


SEO stands for search engine optimization. Understanding SEO methods will allow you to increase the traffic coming into your site. You do not have to pay a premium for your site to appear in the big search engines. There are many SEO methods. How can you promote your site? It is good to understand your market and what interests your readers. Also, think of how to make your blog appear in the appropriate search engines.

You could read about how to effectively use SEO and how you can advance your website programming skills and website layout design to better promote your content. This normally requires at least some knowledge of programming. Register your domain name to enhance your visibility in the results of top search engines. This does not require a more advanced knowledge of programming; it is a simple procedure, but search engines may charge for the service. Placing coding in your webpages so that they appear in appropriate web searches is the first step to getting traffic to your pages. There are tutorials online and this does require programming knowledge.

Posted by admin on April 26th, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

How to Choose the Right WordPress Hosting Provider

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Wanting to make your blog look more like a website with your own unique address in cyber space is easier than you may think. There are so many hosting services to choose from that it is difficult to know which to choose.

What type of provider do you need?

The thing to do is to ask yourself what exactly you need. There are a few different types of hosting services to choose from. If you are a beginner and simply wish to get a domain name, it may be best to start with a shared server. If you are a more advanced user you could get a VPS (virtual private server).

Free webhosting provides a basic service; however you will have a lot of advertising on your site. Most free webhosting services will provide all you need to start, including a domain name and basic hosting services.

Another option is shared webhosting. This is a basic hosting plan and you will share space with other users. If you do opt for shared hosting services you will have advance options and programming features available to you. This is a good option if you choose to learn more about advancing your webpages in the future. Programming features could include ASP, MySQL and PHP. It is a cheaper option as you share services with other users.

If you want a more advanced option you can opt for dedicated hosting. This will provide you with more bandwidth, more web space and can include more advanced options. Some may provide a user database and a choice of whether you wish to manage your own site or have it managed for you. It can be quite a complicated option however and not really recommended for a beginner, especially if you simply wish to have a domain name added to your blog

Once you have chosen your hosting service it is a good idea to check if your host is compatible with your WordPress blog. WordPress has a good amount of information on this in its WordPress help pages.

Additional things to look for in webhosting

It is a good idea to figure out how much web space you require and if you need any additional administration features such as an email account etc. How many files will you be sharing on your site? Answering this question will result in whether you need an FTP or not. Some hosting servers provide FTP software. FTP will allow you to share files between your computer and your site.

When choosing a hosting service consider how easy the administration control panel is to use. If you participate in online forums you can gauge what server is easier for you to handle. Reliability and speed are essential for any efficient web management. Check out reviews online to establish which hosting servers are better than others.

WordPress has a list of recommended hosting services on its site. WordPress recommended servers have been tried and tested by WordPress users and will be a good resource for you to choose which host to use.

Posted by admin on March 14th, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

How to Set Up a WordPress Hosting Account

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Setting up a WordPress blog is very simple and takes only a few minutes. WordPress is a very sophisticated platform and allows users to create pages that are free and convenient to use. WordPress is a very popular blog site. What some users do not know is that it is very easy to transform a blog into a personal site with a unique domain. Setting up a domain is easy, but it is a good idea to prepare and research what is needed before applying for or buying a hosting service.

Setting Up the Web Host

Choosing a good webhost can be difficult, as there are so many options. WordPress advises users to choose web hosts that can support PHP 4.3 or higher or MySQL 4.1.2 or higher. WordPress does not recommend users to use web servers that support Apache or Nginx. After choosing a hosting provider, all that needs to be done is to set up the domain hosting, which is linked to the WordPress account.

If you have not already, you should download WordPress and install a basic account. Once a basic account is set up, users will need an FTP (File Transfer Protocol). This will allow users to upload and download files between their computer and their WordPress page. Obtaining a FTP is straightforward and some web browsers will provide a free FTP download. FTPs are easily found through an internet search engine. A user will need to input access data into the FTP program. This will allow a user to transport files to the new chosen domain name, once everything is set up.

Simple Installation Tips

The separate domain server should send a confirmation email with all account details including the new domain name. Once the domain server is set up, one can login to WordPress and access the control panel. Once signed into WordPress, users can then click on the software and services icon from the control panel on the left side. This will give users options to start the installation process.

Information on the current installation will appear and users are provided with options to install the main domain name. The fantastic thing about WordPress is that one can add on a domain or a subdomain name to their blog site. Adding a domain name to a user’s blog pages will make for a more professional and personal website.  Further options for the root directory will appear and users can type in the domain name or dot com address. Users will be provided with a WordPress administrator’s account. The new installation will appear on the administrator’s panel. From this page, users can amend and access any changes to their site. All of these details can be sent to an email account. Remember to choose a secure password and correct email address. You can print this information at your convenience.

Although using WordPress is straightforward, it is always good to do a little research and get the best out of any online platform. WordPress has a large number of user help pages and there are many tutorials online. Online tutorials appear in a variety of forms, including text, multimedia, blogs, and interactive forums.

Posted by admin on February 21st, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting

WordPress Hosting and How It Can Work for You

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WordPress hosting allows certain web hosts the use of WordPress to enhance or even just create a website. WordPress is one of the most widely used website publishing platforms available. It is often associated with Joomla simply because the two are so similar in many aspects. Both are open source software packages that aid in the creation and management of websites. They both use the same languages for similar purposes. However, this is where the similarities end. WordPress has a much more focused feel to it, whereas Joomla! seems like it’s still deciding where it’s going.

WordPress was originally, and still is, focused primarily on the purpose of blogging. In fact, it started out as just a few lines of code that adjusted the text on a web page. Now, however, it is now an extremely popular CMS (content management system) on par with Joomla, in that sense. As a blogging platform, though, it is the top software by far.

Because WordPress is an example of open source software, there are thousands of developers, outside the core team, who work to improve it. The core team is responsible for releasing new versions of the software. Everyone else works on either fixing issues with the current version or creation applications and add-ons that add to the functionality and overall appeal of the software. And it is these individuals, although they get no monetary compensation for their time and work, who make projects like WordPress possible.

Some web hosting sites do not allow hosting for sites either made or enhanced with WordPress. Obviously, due to the phenomenal popularity of this software, the sites that do not provide for this are dwindling. However, even among the sites that do allow hosting for WordPress, some are decidedly better than others, whether it be due to the hosting itself or the support team it has on call.

By and large, it seems that Bluehost is the favorite for WordPress hosting. Not only is it incredibly popular with normal developers and corporations, the team that created WordPress praises its excellent features on their site. Bluehost has some of the best technical and customer support in the business with staff on call 24/7, both online and on the phone. They also provide an impressive number of features, including the allowance for just about any language one could want to include in a website. They also offer all of these features for one low monthly price, which can be lowered further by finding a BlueHost coupon, as opposed to the majority of web hosting sites that charge more for more features. And, it’s also one of the top hosting sites for Joomla!

Web hosting is essential. If there weren’t hosts, there would be no data on the internet. With the rising popularity of CMSs, especially WordPress, hosting that allows for this type of software is even more crucial for the continuance of the internet as we know it. Luckily, it doesn’t appear as if web hosting sites will cease to host WordPress-enhanced sites any time soon.

Posted by admin on February 3rd, 2011 :: Filed under WordPress Hosting