We are migrating our WordPress blog to a new host.
We will add the Woocommerce plugin and then migrate all the data from our current zen cart ecommerce store to the new woocommerce store
my short list is
I didn’t see pricing on hyve.com
I may go with 2 hosts because we have 4
‘hobby” sites that are really small but our current site gets 100,000 page views/mo and I like dedicated servers.
Flywheel is cool (I thought) because you can build your dev site on your desktop for free and when you’re ready to go live you can just push it to their servers – no muss no fuss,
They also have something called “Blueprint” which maps out any number plug-ins that you use on a regular basis.
They (the plug-ins) can be added to any new site with a single click
I’m old enough to have a Medicare card
Yet I Lord also over a dozen websites on three hosting platforms.
I make my living in have done so from e-commerce for 15 years.
Have 400,000 social media followers because of my expertise in captive bird husbandry.
I still have a thirst to learn something new every day.
My day gig is WindyCityParrot.com, which has been around since New Year’s Eve 2002 when my wife Catherine launched it.
Since then I’ve built dozens, maybe a hundred or more websites.
You get the picture. I know e-commerce.
3 WordPress hosts – reviewed
For a convoluted set of reasons, our current eCommerce platform is a hybrid WordPress/Zen Cart.
This combination is not working on a number of levels especially for SEO.
There are many reasons for it but I’ve suspected several which I’ve recently confirmed.
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