A post about hosting.

Over the years I have used a few different hosting companies. I have had websites online since 2005. Over the years I have changed hosting companies based on the needs of my websites.

For instance — Youtube was created in 2005, and it was a new site and a fairly new idea to deliver videos essentially in a streaming platform. In the early days some hosting platforms did not offer a plan that supported such a site. I ran wordpress based video sites years ago and at the time it required a different hosting than the multi page sites I had been running.

Even back then wordpress existed but it did not own the blogging world yet.

I have had hosting plans that cost me 30-50 per month, and hosting plans that cost way less. At one point I had my sites spread across 4 diff hosts.

I have streamlined (or downsized) since then and have a hosting plan that is quite suitable for any bloggers basic needs. The host is reliable, I have been with them for a few years now without issues and my plan is extremely affordable.

The plans offer from 5 to 50 gb storage, all offer unlimited bandwidth, unlimited parked domains, subdomains and email accounts. The started plan only offers hosting to 1 website, the Pro plan is for 5 websites, and the Business plan is unlimited websites.

If you want to check out an affordable, reliable hosting plan that may fit your needs, check out Hydron. Click the button below.

just a little update

After (wasted time) over thinking what page builder to use. I settled on thrive architect. In the past I used instabuilder but I guess it is not keeping up with the wp updates (at least not for me) because it’s not working properly.

I went to fiverr and found a gig where the person installed all thrive plugins and such and got that gig. It was supposed to be a 48 hour turn around and it took the seller only hours to complete the job. I spent a little bit of time getting familiar with it and created the first squeeze/landing page. I linked it up with getresponse and started writing the follow up campaign.

I will be sending some paid traffic to the page to give it a test tonite. We will see how it goes…