If you’re here, I’m assuming it’s because you want to learn how to build great-looking, effective websites using WordPress. I can help you with that.
There’s a good reason that WordPress is the most popular Content Management System on the world wide web. It’s attractive, it’s easy to use, it’s versatile, it’s free and best of all, you don’t have to be a computer geek or an IT specialist to use it. [Read More. . .]
What are the Building Blocks?
You need a plot of land to build on, you dig the foundation, and after a few more steps you paint and decorate the inside
For a complete explanation, grab the free, 7-part series. You’ll get a daily update over the next seven days, walking you step by step through the virtual “homebuilding” process.
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Maybe you want to learn how to maintain and continue building your website, but you’d like someone else to do the heavy lifting in the beginning.
Depending on exactly what you want and your budget, you can take advantage of one of our standard packages, or request a personalized quote for specialized work.
From the Blog. . .
When you decide to start an online business or blog, you run smack up against hosting. Which host is best for your WordPress site? How much bandwidth, CPU space, etc., do you need? What sorts of services will help you the most?
If you’re brand new to the WordPress platform, you may need some education just to know what those words mean. It’s difficult to make a smart decision when you don’t have a clue what it all means.
For purposes of this discussion, we’ll consider three types of WordPress hosting: shared, managed, and one all-in-one solution. There are others, but if you already know what a VPS is, you’re probably not reading this article anyway.
Shared WordPress Hosting
This is where most people start. Cheap enough to be affordable even for hobby bloggers, it’s …