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What is WordPress Hosting All About?

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

When you use the very flexible WordPress to install a blog on your regular web sites, advice you are taking advantage of what is called WordPress Hosting .

As you need to update this, thumb the most popular blogging application in the world, you simply have to access the platform through your cPanel or other control panel system at your hosting company’s web site and start typing.

The very basics of Internet marketing has you being able to install and update your blog on-the-fly and there is no better way to show what you are all about to your readers than being able to tell them, in your own words, on a daily basis.

You will be able to do the same things with your blog as the “bloggers” you hear about in the news, everyday. What could make you more of a brand than to be able to get the word out about what you are doing, including videos, pictures, polls and other elements that bring your readers into the conversation as well?

Shared Hosting – What are the Limitations?

Thursday, February 24th, 2011

Since, ailment in a shared hosting  situation, try there are more than just your webpages on the server, prescription problems can exist that you would not even think could. One of the other clients on that server could install some scripts that has a few, shall we say, “bugs” in it/them. This could affect not only their files but it also might just take some or all of yours down. That is definitely a limitation!

Another limitation that can be experienced is the amount of space that may be available for you at any given time. You have a lot of disk space for the running of your programs and scripts but let’s say that you had a great launch of a new web site and the traffic spiked to the point (it might only be for a few minutes) that everything slowed down. Where is that traffic go to go? The other clients on the server are having the same problems because of you! (Put that on the other foot!) Limitation!