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If you have ran an SEO report of your site and got some results about how you need image expire headers and html compression, or if you would like to increase the speed of your website then the following tutorial should help you drastically. It applies to apache servers and requires a couple Apache modules for it to work. BlueHost shared servers are already configured so once again, we have to give them our recommendation! Apache Module … Continue reading

Favorite Part 1- Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config

This is part one of a five part tutorial on using the Amazon Web Service to run a virtual private cloud EC2, RDS and S3 WordPress website that fits into the Amazon Free Tier. This site and this tutorial are put together by the staff of a Jacksonville Website Design and SEO company. That is right! Free Hosting for 1 Year on Amazons Cloud Network Index: Part 1- Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual … Continue reading

Godaddy Ultimate Shared Hosting Review

Godaddy is one of the world’s largest hosting and domain providers. They have excellant service at very affordable prices, but the prices seem to fluctuate from year to year and the services they offer with their products are dynamic. They provide great up-times, but are susceptible to attacks from hackers who protest their support of government regulations. While using their services we have had very few problems and with Godaddy’s most recent server upgrades our sites using … Continue reading

Bluehost Cloud Hosting Review

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Bluehost has been providing web hosting since 1996. They have excellent service at very affordable prices. They maintain and upgrade services without any additional cost to their customers. Continue reading below! We have added updates to this post. Over two years have past since this article was wrote and our opinions on this company have only improved! Their cloud network uses a data center with UPS power, diesel generators, and numerous 10 gigabit fiber connections that connect … Continue reading

Part 2- Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress

Continued from Part 1 – Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config – Part 1 The next few steps will take us through the roughest part of setting up our WordPress install. In the last part we launched an AWS Ubuntu 12.10 EBS boot instance. If you got to this part of the tutorial very fast the instance may still be pending. You can check on the instance by visiting EC2 from … Continue reading

Part 3- Tutorial on Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress with SSH (Shh Don’t be scared:)

Continued from – Fast Amazon AWS Optimized WordPress EC2 RDS S3 Manual Cache Gzip Config – Part 1 Continued from – Amazon EC2 RDS WordPress – Part 2 Using SSH to Access Amazon AWS EC2 and RDS The following will use Terminal on mac. If you are using a PC then you may decide to use PuTTY for your command line interface. Go for it. The most difficult part will be connecting and setting up the public … Continue reading