Rebecca Ohanes

Rebecca Ohanes

Rebecca Ohanes is a Content Writer at 10Web. She’s a part-time PhD student and a full-time WordPress enthusiast. As an act of goodwill, she refrains from giving a humorous or ironic description of herself. You’re welcome!
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Shared WordPress Hosting: How to Choose the Best Host

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Anyone who has ever considered creating a website has probably come across shared WordPress hosting. But for those of you who are still in the early stages of their planning process, a short definition is in order: Shared WordPress hosting, as the name suggests, means that you will be sharing your server as well as any other resources made available to you by your hosting provider with several other users. You might be wondering, what would be the advantage of sharing the services you pay for with others. The answer is simple: saving costs. And that is all there is to shared hosting. You agree to share everything, including the good and the bad, in order to also be able to share your expenses and save money. That’s why when people are in need of cheap hosting services, they automatically think of shared hosting. To this day, it is a…

Fastest WordPress Hosting: 4 Hosts Compared

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In the digital age, website speed has become more important than ever. This makes people who are on the lookout for the fastest WordPress hosting right on track with the hosting industry’s best practice trends. As a matter of fact the tech giant Google no less has officially declared that page speed is one of its top ranking factors. While the majority of website owners are aware of this, fewer people pay attention to the fact that Google further specifies that this concerns not only the desktop versions of your website but the mobile version as well. What’s more is that studies have shown that “2.37% of visitors bounce when your site takes five seconds to load.” In the same vein, you risk a 7% drop in your conversion rates if your site displays a delay for even one second. But not to paint too gloomy a picture, here’s something…

6 Best WordPress Migration Plugins Compared (2020)

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The fact that you’re reading this article means that you’re about to change your webhost and are looking for the best WordPress migration plugin to help you transfer your data in the most efficient way possible. When moving your WordPress site to a different host there are a lot of things to consider. You have to migrate your database, files, theme, and plugins. All the while you have to make sure that you maintain your SEO ranking. Ensuring that all of this goes smoothly, without your site experiencing downtime or losing data is very essential. That’s what WordPress migration plugins are all about. They’ll help you migrate your site with all the trimmings in a fast and secure manner. This will ensure that your website will experience no negative impacts during the migration process. Especially for those of you who are not familiar with the technicalities of moving a website…

Kinsta Alternative: 12 Reasons to Choose 10Web

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The website hosting industry is a highly competitive environment where only those with an improbable combination of an extensive range of services and low prices will survive. While Kinsta fulfills the requirements for high-quality services, it fails to meet the demand for favorable prices. And the fact that you bumped into this article tells us that you’ve come to the same conclusion and, inevitably, are now looking for a cheaper Kinsta alternative. Luckily for you, we have the perfect solution to this conundrum: 10Web offers state-of-the-art managed WordPress hosting services for shared hosting prices. To set the record straight, we agree that Kinsta offers top-notch services, but you’ll find that when it comes to pricing, website speed, security and backup services, 10Web plays in a whole different league. So to those who are looking for an affordable Kinsta alternative that can keep up with Kinsta’s services and in some places…

What Is WordPress VPS Hosting: All You Need to Know

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VPS is an acronym for virtual private server, and WordPress VPS hosting means that your hosting provider has one physical server, which hosts several VPS. The significance here is that the server functions of a VPS are similar to those of a dedicated server. This explains why VPS also goes by the alias virtual dedicated server (VDS). What does this mean for those of you who have or plan on purchasing a WordPress VPS hosting plan? Basically, despite sharing one server with other users, you’ll still have your own operating system as well as full root access. In other words, every VPS administrator will be able to act independently of other users that share the same physical server. Given that we at 10Web rely on cloud hosting services ourselves, we’ll be able to share with you our first-hand experience with this type of virtual server. To avoid keeping our readers…

WordPress Hosting: Best Hosting for Agencies and Developers

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The choice of the right WordPress hosting for agencies and developers can prove to be a mammoth task. It has a direct impact on whether your business will make it or break it. Agencies usually operate for several clients, which isn’t much different from developers who usually tend to have several projects going on at the same time. That’s why professionalism and reliability are inescapable requirements for running a successful business and maintaining a long-lasting relationship with clients. And it all starts by exploring the world of WordPress hosting for agencies and developers. Not only do you have to have a 360-degree view that covers your needs from every thinkable angle. You also have to have a future-oriented vision to make sure that your hosting can be adjusted to future evolution and changes. Basically, choosing the right hosting is easier said than done. But, don’t worry, we have compiled a…

3 Types of SSL Certificates Explained by 10Web

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This article is here to provide you an overview of the types of SSL certificates you can use for your website. The reasons behind this are very clear: One, in this time and age cybersecurity awareness has been rapidly increasing. People are very well aware of the fact that they might be targeted by hackers at any time, which in turn could jeopardize the efficiency of their business, or threaten the privacy of their data. SSL certificates are one way they can protect themselves from this sort of security breach. Two, research has shown that websites that have a SSL-certificate achieve higher ranking on Google’s search engine results page (SERP). This makes data encryption a significant part of the search engine optimization (SEO) process and, consequently, a must for anyone who wants to gain visibility via search engines. What is an SSL certificate? Every website visit and every entry of…

How to Secure WordPress Site in 6 Simple Steps

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How to secure your WordPress site is an essential question, especially in the times of GDPR. Every website owner has the responsibility to guarantee that his or her website visitors have a secure browsing experience without having to worry about the protection of their personal information. In the age of cyber technology, hacker attacks have evolved and matured with the digital market, meaning that you will meet them in different shapes and forms. That’s why it’s imperative for each and every website owner to be well prepared to tackle security issues in an efficient and preventive manner. Keep in mind that a cybersecurity attack not only threatens your site’s visitors but also the functionality as well as the integrity of your site and by default your revenues. The good news is that if you follow the instructions of this article regarding how to secure your WordPress site, you’ll find that…

5 Best Cheap WordPress Hosting Providers in 2020

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It is a commonly held misconception that managed hosting services are expensive. This article is here to debunk this myth by sharing with you our top 5 cheapest WordPress hosting providers that simultaneously offer high-quality services. When it comes to hosting services, people usually automatically choose shared hosting because they believe that it’s the cheapest and only WordPress hosting option when in fact this couldn’t be further from the truth. The world of website hosting is vast and full of competition as well as continuous innovation. If you are interested in a high-quality hosting service, but don’t have the necessary budget, then pay close attention, because we are here to show you the wide range of alternatives to shared hosting the market offers. 2020 Marks the End of Shared Hosting To make sure that we’re all on the same page, let’s first recap why shared hosting is something that belongs…

How to Improve Google Ranking in 2020

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Before dealing with the question of how to improve Google ranking, let’s start by asking why you should improve your ranking, to begin with. That you’re reading this article indicates that you already have a good idea about the importance of search engines for increasing the visibility of your website. And rightly so: According to recent studies, about 93 percent of internet activities begin with a search engine. But what does that mean for you in terms of increasing the number of your visitors? Statistics show that the average click-through rate (CTR) for sites who land on the first place of a Google search query is 19.3 percent. This sends a clear message: Receiving a high ranking on Google will help you increase your CTR. That’s why this article is here to help you understand how to improve Google ranking in 8 simple steps: How Does the Google Algorithm Work?…