Remarkable Managed WordPress Hosting – Really?

Remarkable Managed WordPress Hosting – Really?

WordPress, Beginner Bloggers, Tips and Tricks, Website Growth, Website Page Speed
You've no doubt heard about managed WordPress hosting, but have you wondered what it is and if there's a remarkable host out there? Disclaimer: this article contains affiliate links, which means if you buy something from these links, it costs you nothing more, but I do get a small commission. I only recommend products that I know, use, and trust. I just wanted you to know! According to this dictionary, a WordPress host is "The company you hire to store all your WordPress files, do backups, provide security certificates, etc" and they are your gateway to showing up online. They provide a service called "managed WordPress hosting" Why "managed" WordPress hosting? Managed WordPress hosting is a service that handles all the technical aspects of running WordPress for you. The host…
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5 Ways to Get a Great Website Review (2019)

5 Ways to Get a Great Website Review (2019)

Writing Good Copy, Beginner Bloggers, Content Promotion, Website Growth, Website Page Speed
How to get a great website review "You have one chance to keep a visitor on your site. Make a good 1st impression." Your website is a creation. Your creation needs to strike people in a positive way if you expect them to stick around. Your website is also the end product of all the mechanical work you put in as the site's admin. You used various plugins; Headers (H1, H2, H3); images with alt text; SEO design; and so much more. You poured your heart into your site. When you believed you had it right, you published it. But did you miss anything? You may have, and it could be costing you readers and followers. You should take the time to have your website reviewed. There are quite a…
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Why Have a Website Favicon? 2 Reasons

Why Have a Website Favicon? 2 Reasons

Website Page Speed, Favicons
Why Have a Website Favicon?  Let's dig into that. A favicon, as you probably know, is the little image on the left side of your browser tab.  It looks like this:   How could this teeny little icon, which is extremely small in file size, help your website?  In order to think through that, let me ask you two questions: Which is easier to identify with? Sites with Favicons: Sites without Favicons? If it were me, I would use a favicon as a form of Brand Recognition if for no other reason. It's a competitive world out there. What happens when someone tries to access a web page that doesn't exist? The site returns a "404 Error". This essentially means "hey I looked around but, really, there's nothing there".  Now,…
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