Without a registered domain name, visitors would have to remember a unique numerical address (aka the IP address) to get to your website (e.g., http://18.104.22.168). In other words, your domain name is an alias for the web server that stores and serves your website...read more
Most small businesses with a WordPress website give very little consideration to web hosting, until they have a serious problem on their hands. The problems I’m referring to include: security breaches; excessive server downtime; the lack of a staging server; stale (or...read more
Is your website maintenance plan adequate? WordPress, themes, and plugins are constantly revised by their respective developers to fix bugs; add new features; and refine usability. And that's a good thing! But staying on top of these frequent updates isn't enough. A...read more
Until I began hosting my websites at WP Engine, web hosting and email hosting were a package deal. Back then, if I purchased a hosting plan with almost any other hosting provider, email was included. In fact, the lack of email hosting with WP Engine was a…read more
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