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Hi, and welcome to my GreenGeeks Hosting Review. I recently purchased a Green Geeks Hosting account myself and I’ve setup several WordPress websites on it. I’ve also transferred websites to GreenGeeks for 5 of my clients, and have contacted Green Geeks tech support on many occasions for various reasons. I’ll detail my experiences for better and for worse below.

Hi and welcome to my Hostgator Review. I’ve been hosting my websites with Hostgator for over a year now, and I’ve been very happy with their service. I’ve also used Bluehost, Godaddy, Network Solutions, and other smaller hosts, and I’ll compare them below. Hosting is at it’s best when it’s invisible – which is to say when your website works, and works well. If your website is making you money, then good hosting is critical because bad hosting will cost you money due to downtime and slow website performance.

Hi all – so as I tweeted a few days ago I’ve been spending the last couple of weeks playing with the Genesis WordPress Theme Framework and designing my own child theme. I’m happy to say that I’ve built several versions of my own theme, and at some point in the near future will be releasing it on my website. First though – why Genesis and why a Theme Framework?

If you’ve been using WordPress for a while, you’ve probably had plenty of experience with WordPress Plugins. I explain plugins to my clients by comparing them to options on a car, in the sense that WordPress is a basic car model, and if you want upgraded performance, handling, safety features, etc.. then you add them on – much like Plugins. The major difference (of course) is that it’s much easier to add Plugins to WordPress than options to a car – but the comparison is still relatively valid. Plugins can add powerful new functions to your site, and I spend…

I’ve been playing around with a new WordPress Plugin – SEOPressor review – for the past month, and I have to say that I’ve found it very useful for improving site rankings with little to no thought. I want to show you how SEOPressor works, and then you can decide based on my SEOPressor review if it’s the right plugin for you! → Learn More about SEOPressor

When I install WordPress on a new site I have a list of things that I do every time to ensure that my WordPress installation is going to be optimized for SEO, and easy for me to use – not necessarily in that order. Please keep in mind that there’s a lot more to SEO optimization than I’m sharing here, but these are the basic steps you should take after installation. To follow these instructions, please log in to the back end of your WordPress installation. You do this by going to http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin, and entering the username and password your…

WordPress is a wonderful CMS (content management system) that I use to power virtually all of my sites. It’s easy to setup and install, relatively easy to learn how to use, and has a massive library of plugins and extensions that can increase it’s functionality to do just about anything. Whether you’re looking for an professional online presence, want to show the world your portfolio, want to sell products online, or simply want a place to blog, WordPress is the platform for you.