If you’re in the market for a new web host, or want to see how your current host measures up, here are a few key points to look for.
To every web host that advertises prices as a monthly cost, but only allows annual billing: Stop it. You are lying.
9 must-have features that will keep your website flexible, online, and always available If a web host you’re considering does not meet these criteria, don’t even think about signing up for a hosting account. Any web host you’re considering for a WordPress site needs to: Mention WordPress prominently in its sales materials. Look for phrases […]
First things first: If you have less than $500 to spend, go look at my list of tools that will let you build your online empire for free (and don’t forget to read the awesome suggestions in the comments). Now, if you’ve got the $500 and want to know what to do with it, or […]
I recently received this question via email: “I bought two domain names, and I want both of them to point to the same place (I want to use one of them, and have anyone who visits the second one automatically go to the first one). How do I do this?” This setting is pretty easy […]
So you’ve got a shiny new domain name registered at GoDaddy (or maybe you’ve had it languishing there for awhile… I won’t tell, I promise!). Now you want me to install WordPress at your shiny new DreamHost account. How do you get GoDaddy to play nice with DreamHost? There’s just one little-bitty change you need […]
Here’s one from the mailbag: What’s the deal with the “www” in a web address? Sometimes I see a link that looks like https://wendycholbi.com/ and other times I see links that look like https://www.wendycholbi.com/. What’s the difference? Are these always the same thing? Why do some sites include it and some leave it out? Can […]