Hosting Types

Difference between WordPress.com & WordPress.org

WordPress is the most widely content publishing platform on the web, and it comes in different packages: the hosted WordPress.com, and the self-hosted WordPress.org! In this article we’re going to focus on the differences between WordPress.com and WordPress.org and try to help you decide which is the best solution for you to gain benefits from…

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5 Reasons for self-hosting your WordPress website or blog

When you’re just starting out running your first personal blog or website, many of the big questions get left unanswered; unresolved. One of the big questions for bloggers is, where to host my WordPress blog? Self-hosting or (free) hosting at WordPress.com? Technically, there are hundreds of free hosting solutions out there, but you rarely see…

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WordPress SEO Plugins for better rankings in search engines

WordPress has grown in more ways than one over the last couple of years, but one thing that still is missing in WordPress core are default search engine optimization features. We all know the “Allow search engines to index this site.” checkbox when installing a new WordPress installation, but is it going to help us…

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7 Ways to reduce the bounce rate of WordPress websites

When looking at the metrics in your site analytics tool, you probably have noticed the bounce rate at some point. Understanding the bounce rate of your website is very easy and crucial in order to understand your website. It is a term used to describe those site visitors who visit your site, but don’t click…

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