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Enlarging potential – WordPress migration to a cloud server

by Grant McMaster

Cloud vs Shared Hosting, For Ubuntu 14.04 LTS One of the most noticeable advantages of cloud servers in general is resource availability, meaning you always get what you pay for. They are reliable, stable and efficient when handling websites and blogs with high traffic. While shared hosting is slightly cheaper, it simply cannot promise stable resource…

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When Do I Need a Host for My WordPress Site?

by Colten Van Tussenbrook

Have you wondered about the difference between WordPress.com and WordPress.org? Here we talk about the major differences between the two and when it may be time to switch to WordPress.org.

WordPress and Cloud Hosting Data Centers

by Tim

If you thought self-hosted WordPress blogs or content management systems (CMS) only resided in shared hosting platforms or could only be administered through more complex dedicated servers, you’re wrong! In today’s rapidly evolving IT landscape WordPress blogs have a found a new home in Virtual Private Servers (VPS) and cloud servers built upon one of…

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Prevent Slowdowns on your WordPress Site

by Tim

Bloggers, both novice and advanced, usually use one blogging platform or another to make their website work efficiently. Among the many blogging platforms is WordPress, an impressive blogging platform with over 40 million posts a month, one that is used around the world, with support in over 120 languages. Just a few of the major…

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10 Ways to Speed Up your WordPress Site

by Jake Neeley

Every search engine, whether it be Google or Bing, want users to have a great experience; part of which lies in visiting a fast website. Even so, some websites just seem to load slowly no matter what you do. However, according to Chris Coyier, a WordPress expert, a slow WordPress website is primarily caused by…

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Why “Memcached” is Synonymous with Speeding up WordPress CMS Websites

by Jake Neeley

In IT circles, memcached refers to a high performance multipurpose distributed memory caching system that is generic in nature. More often than not, it’s adopted to speed up dynamic database driven websites, like WordPress, by caching objects and data in RAM to decrease the number of times an external data source –API or database –…

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