How To Start A WordPress Blog With Bluehost
Nov10

How To Start A WordPress Blog With Bluehost

Why I Started Blogging I started blogging back in 2011 as a hobby sharing coding and technical tips. After continuing for a year on Blogger platform, I moved to self hosted WordPress and created Lion Blogger. Within 6 months, it became a great source of making money online. In parallel, I also moved into Freelancing. I got involved with SEO, Web Design, Social Media Marketing, Content Marketing etc. It has been a great journey so far....

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6 Expert Tips On How To Choose A Web Hosting Company
Jul11

6 Expert Tips On How To Choose A Web Hosting Company

The nagging question, “which web hosting company do I contact?” every time you think of hosting a website. It is therefore vital to do due diligence in the search for one. You can look at what each brings to the table. Some will offer database backup solutions while others won’t. Some of the questions you need to ask yourself are; do they provide customer service? Are their security systems robust enough to keep off cybercrime?...

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Free Web Hosting vs. Paid Web Hosting
Nov30

Free Web Hosting vs. Paid Web Hosting

It might seem to many people that weighing up whether to select a free service or a paid service is a very easy decision. You might question why you would pay for something that you could actually get for free. However, it is not as simple as that. It doesn’t mean that you get the same level of service and set of features just because they are both providing a hosting service. It is a bit like comparing different travel options, you...

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Expand Your Online Business With InMotion Hosting
Jan29

Expand Your Online Business With InMotion Hosting

Hosting is an important factor when you’re running a blog or an online business. I’ve been with WebHostingHub for 2 years now. WebHostingHub is good for average to medium level of traffic. But if you want more stability and reliability, then InMotion Hosting is the best choice for you. InMotion Hosting is actually the parent company of WebHostingHub. They offer Shared Hosting, Reseller Hosting,  VPS Hosting and Dedicated...

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An In-depth Review Of WebHostingHub – Lion Blogger’s Host
Jan17

An In-depth Review Of WebHostingHub – Lion Blogger’s Host

Lion Blogger recently turned 2 years old. A lot of change took place over the last 2 years in terms of content, theme, marketing strategy, my style of writing etc. However, one thing has remained constant, which is Lion Blogger’s host – WebHostingHub. In the December of 2012, WebHostingHub was giving away 3 accounts. The giveaway was being held on one of my friend’s blog. I was one of the lucky 3 winners in that...

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Why I switched from Google Page Speed Service to Cloudflare ?
Jun06

Why I switched from Google Page Speed Service to Cloudflare ?

A few months ago I wrote a review on Google Page Speed Service and how great it worked on my blog. Well, about a week ago I got an e-mail from my host Web Hosting Hub that my account was suspended because of resource over use. I was shocked at that time because I didn’t know that Google Page Speed Service was responsible for it. Ok, I forgot to mention one thing. Before Web Hosting Hub suspended my account they sent an e-mail to...

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Review : WebHostingHub – Best Web Host For WordPress
Mar14

Review : WebHostingHub – Best Web Host For WordPress

Well, if you didn’t know about LionBlogger’s host , then it is currently hosted on WebHostingHub – one of the best for a WordPress blog. It’s been two months since I have launched LionBlogger, and all I can say is that I’m really happy with my host. The most impressive thing has been is that WebHostingHub doesn’t have any downtime. 🙂 Now before I get into all the details about the features, I would...

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Blog Web Hosting : Cheap vs. Affordable
Feb24

Blog Web Hosting : Cheap vs. Affordable

Cheap and affordable does not  mean the same thing. There are fundamental differences that separate them and when it comes to getting blog web hosting services that you need for personal or business use, it pays to know the difference between the two. Cheap means low in cost or inexpensive.  Affordable on the other hand, means being within one’s financial means. Cheap hosting is usually hosting, that has a really low price, but...

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