All you need to know about SiteGround

Hey everyone, welcome back to another blog post. Today I wanted to talk about a great site for all bloggers or bloggers to be that’s looking to start a blog. The site is called siteground, it is a web hosting company. Therefore it services more than 2, 000,000 domains. This site provides shared hosting, cloud hosting and email hosting.

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They have tools and a lot of services for site building. You can also do website transfer, great collaboration tools.

” What makes SiteGround unique is our extraordinary team of individuals, who have been delivering exceptional service for your websites since 2004. Every day, we put our passion, dedication, and expertise into taking care of our customers’ websites. We love what we do and we are motivated to deliver an outstanding service. We overcome challenges that our competitors consider impossible and help our clients manage their websites easily.” – Siteground

Plans

In addition, Siteground has different web hosting plans you can choose from. to start with is the start up plan. This plan is $3.95 a month, which is 1 site and 10GB web space, 10,000 visits, unmetered traffic, free WP installation, wordpress auto updates, free SSL, daily backup, free CDN and etc. The next plan is grow big this plan is $5.95 a month. This plan includes unlimited websites, 20 GB webspace, 25,000 web visits, unmetered traffic, free WP installation, and etc which would be the rest of plan start up. The last plan to choose from would be the go geek and this plan is $11.95 a month. You get unlimited websites, 30 GB websites, 100,000 visits monthly, unmetered traffic, free wp installation, wordpress auto updates, and the rest is the same you would get with the other plans.

Trusted By Clients And Industry Experts Alike

” We are hosting 2,000,000 domains while making website owners less stressed, more productive, and hopefully just a little happier. We’re honored and humbled by the great feedback we receive from our customers on a daily basis. We’re proud to measure our customer satisfaction rate at 98%, growing every year for the past five years.” – Siteground

In conclusion, siteground is overall an great way to start a smooth and easy website managing. If you would like to take a look at the site yourself you can take a look HERE. If you are looking into starting a blog this would be a great way to start. Or even if you have a blog you can still look into siteground. Thank you all for reading today’s post, if you haven’t read my last post you can find that HERE.

10 Things I wish I knew

Hello everyone, and welcome back to another post. For today’s blog post I wanted to talk about the 10 things I wish I knew before I started blogging plus blog tips. I have been blogging about little over a year now and I am still up to this day learning about new things. And to be honest with you it is so confusing to me but I try and find my way around. I always tend to think about it as a world I am still trying to learn and figure out. Everyday I am always constantly reading articles and blog tips to educate myself and teach myself what I need to know.

Before blogging I honestly thought of it as you make a site and just write posts. I never knew there was so much more that goes on behind it. Like writing, promoting, marketing your brand and constantly trying to engage with other people. Who knew that you always got to constantly make sure your readers are engaged with your content and always trying to make sure your blog is generating traffic. But although I think about all of this I remember even the most top bloggers out there started just like me. Looking back at my very first posts and photography I have came a very long way and I couldn’t be more proud of myself.

My Top 10

  1. Time
  2. Money
  3. Marketing
  4. Promoting
  5. Consistency
  6. Setting up
  7. Devotion
  8. Balancing
  9. Being unique
  10. Always having to remember why you started

I wish I knew about the amount of time blogging involves, like I said honestly thought you just write a post and that is it. But I have learned its more then that and it all is just organising time. I have also learned that creating a great blog and having the right tools sometimes involves money. I am still investing and learning everything I need to create great content and site. And who know about the amount of time we need to market and always promote ourselves? because I didn’t lol. If had to chose my hardest struggle at the moment it would be constantly generating traffic to my blog. Also as bloggers we sometimes need breaks, I always take a break when its much needed but I always try to get back to blogging as soon as possible.

This helps your readers reading your content and not wonder where you went. Blogging sometimes can become a huge stress, but I always trying to continue to find devotion in what I do. And motivate myself to work everyday this i believe goes hand and hand with balancing. You always want to make sure you have a balanced life and time when you have self care and distress. One thing I always remember when it comes to my blog is always remembering to be and stay unique. There is hundreds of influencers and bloggers out there and the only thing that gets your readers is your uniqueness. No one wants to follow or read someone that is copying someone else or trying to follow someone else.

My last and most final thing I wish someone told me is that you’d always have to remember why you started. We get stressed out and frustrated and that is normal, and all we have to do is remember why we all started. And these are the 10 things I wish i knew, and the best blog tips I can share! Thanks for reading today’s blog post, please like, share and comment! See you all in my next post!