You’re fed up with the service (or lack of it) and customer service that your current Hosting provides so you’re now prepared to move. Possibly they’re even going out of business soon so you have to move because you have no choice?
There are a number of little ‘nitty gritty’ factors you should watch out for when signing up for hosting. For instance those Free Domain Name registrations – how free actually are they? In other words what conditions are attached to that offer – if any.
While there are many domain registrars both certified and approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) why not choose a registry that enjoys longevity in the industry, competitive pricing and an extensive variety of services on offer in addition to the actual domain name registration (ie web hosting and web site builders).
As we’ve said elsewhere on this site, you cant just start blogging without organising the basics – in other words building in (establishing) those foundations.
One of the most important foundations of course, and one of the first steps you need to properly install and set up your WordPress Blog is to decide about, purchase and register a Domain Name. It’s your unique Web Address and as we all know it’s the address everyone needs to enter to get to a site.
WordPress.org or WordPress.com? Which one is for you – does it matter which you choose? Yes it certainly does. Are they the same or different? And how different? That is, what precisely is the distinction between WordPress.org and WordPress.com! The differences are considerable making the programs uses, aims and goals distinctively diverse.