The WordPress Hosting Review: WPShout Needs Your Help!
Having a good host is absolutely paramount.
Hosting shouldn’t be something you have to worry about on a daily basis — if ever the set it and forget it principle applies, it should apply to hosting. However, there are a vast amount of hosts to choose from and it’s often difficult to find the one that’s reliable, secure and fast.
This is where the WPShout WordPress Hosting Review comes in.
I want to compile an unbiased, unaffiliated and — most importantly — accurate view of which hosts are best for WordPress. Which ones have good support? Which ones have horrible uptime? I don’t know! And the only way I’m going to find out is with your help.
Your help is needed!
It’s by no means a complete list and the questions aren’t as complete as I’d like them to be, but in the interest of consensus, I’ve chosen this set of questions. If you’d like to enter twice, three or four times with different hosts you’ve used, please do. This’ll help build up the whole picture.
As an extra incentive to enter, the fine folks at WooThemes have offered five people the chance to win a six month standard membership to their Theme Club, worth over $200.
To be entered into the competition, you’ll need to complete the survey and then tweet the following:
RT: @AlexDenning Your help is needed in order to find the best WordPress host! http://bit.ly/wp-host-survey
Five winners will be chosen at random after the survey closes.
Enter the survey
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