WordPress Web Design
My business isÂ WordPressÂ Web Design. I work with clients. Together we develop a WordPress Web Design.
I want to help clients promote their business or organisation.
To attract visitors to their site.
My services include design, set up, training and hosting. The initial basic SEO is part of what I provide.
Website Information Document
Forms in general are nobodies favorite thing, however they do represent a way of quickly assembling ideas and information. The form here, is not compulsory, however I have found that it does have the capacity to speed the process of building a website. (OK – yes I do know that it needs updating and that will happen soon enough.
Many Factors govern the speed of delivery of the landing page to the browser. One of these is the content. One of these is the behind the scenes code and nonsense. One is the speed of database query execution. One of these is the speed of the network infrastructure on the web-server (hard drives, network connections and the like), one of these is the speed of theÂ CPUÂ on the server, one is the capacity of the web-server to deal with the volume of traffic being thrown at it bandwidth. In other words many of the factors actually come down to the web host.
In the end you only have hearsay until you bite the bullet, open an account and check out what really happens. I have been using Crazy Domains for most of myÂ WordPressÂ sites, though for clients who already had sites I have used, MelbourneIT, and HostGator. MelbourneIT is clearly the most expensive of these options and clearly performed on par if not a shade under Crazy Domains and HostGator. In fact HostGator was marginally the best of the three. Currently I am using A2.
So with some experience I started off on the search for something better and I suspect there are many better, and there are some bigger costs around as well, and numbers like $29-$99 dollars a month are certainly around. Ultimately I concluded that was not what many of my clients would want to pay, though I think there is the odd one around who would. I have used Blue Host for a number of years, however as they have moved away from the reseller market I have recently switched to A2 Web Hosting.