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Why Your WordPress Site Needs W3 Total Cache

January 19th, 2010 . by Claire

WordPress is easily the most popular blogging platform for blogging. It’s free, powerful, stable and easy to get to grips with. However, arranging the right kind of hosting can be a challenge. WordPress is a dynamic system built on PHP. A basic site will live happily on a shared hosting site, but if a traffic [...]

Web Hosting vs Hosted Blogs

January 14th, 2010 . by Claire

Miles Davis, Jamie Kennedy and Dane Cook all use Squarespace to build their blog. Squarespace is a hosted blogging platform that, like WordPress or any other CMS, allows you to easily set up and manage a site without messing with HTML code. So is it just for beginners? And why are so many high-profile users opting [...]

Checking a Hosting Abuse Policy

January 12th, 2010 . by Claire

Most hosts have a policy that sets out what they’ll do if you abuse their services. Let’s look at some terms we commonly see in these policies. Abuse Terms and Conditions When glancing through an abuse policy, check for the following items and see what the policy has to say about them: Spam should not [...]

Why Reseller Hosting Could Be Right For You

January 8th, 2010 . by Claire

Reseller hosting is a type of hosting that allows web hosting customers to sell on chunks of space. Many of the world’s biggest hosts started off as resellers. Is it worth buying a reseller package rather than a regular shared hosting account? Reseller Hosting Features Extra space and extra bandwidth are two bonuses of reseller [...]