ReviewSignal Publishes its 2018 Hosting Benchmarks
Kevin Ohashi of Review Signal is a singular voice in hosting reviews. His annual Hosting Benchmarks is an immense resource of real data on how hosts actually perform, opinions and brand names aside. His just-published 2018 results are a treasure trove, with dozens of hosts analyzed by pricing tier and all kinds of load testing benchmarks. Highly recommended for data heads.
SiteGround Review: Why SiteGround Should Be Your First Choice for Shared Hosting in 2018
This SiteGround review has been updated for 2018. We changed WPShout’s web host to SiteGround in mid-2014. We wrote our first SiteGround review a few months later, and updated it in January 2016. This review is revised and expanded to incorporate two additional years of experience with SiteGround as our host.
“The Different Types Of Hosting For Your WordPress Website”
WPShrug is a literally “meh” name for a WordPress site, but they seem pretty vigorous about content—specifically, infographics.
WordPress Hosting Review 2017: The Results
We’re super-excited to present the results of the 2017 WPShout Hosting Review!
Review Signal’s 2016 Hosting Benchmarks
Review Signal is the online resource for hosting performance. The 2016 edition of their annual Hosting Benchmarks review breaks down hosts into six pricing categories, with absolutely outstanding load testing data on each host in each category. If you care about hosting (which you should), and care about hosting performance (which you should), this is required reading.
WordPress Hosting Review 2016: The Results
We’re super-excited to present the results of the 2016 WPShout Hosting Review!
Interview with Tim Sisson of InMotion Hosting
Hosting Review: WPWebHost
As some of you may know, [wp] is hosted by WPWebHost. As part of my agreement with them, I’m writing an ‘honest review after three months’. It’s been about three months now. Here goes with the honest review.