In the previous blog on the most common WordPress mistakes, we discussed about keeping a backup of the website. For a beginner or a person who is not aware of how to do backup of a website, it is essential to know the process of doing a backup.
As a beginner, it is overwhelming to install WordPress on your blog or website, unless you are getting assistance from a tech person. But, what nobody warns you about while creating a WordPress website are the common mistakes that can affect or damage your site in the long run.
If your website runs on WordPress, one of the essential things to consider is your website speed. It not only helps you to add some brownies to your user engagement experience but also helps you in ranking your site above your competitor’s websites.
When you want an immediate answer or solution to a problem, what do you do? You may ask a friend or a colleague first. But, what happens when they don’t have the answers or are not available to provide you with the information immediately. You search it on Google, Right?
To create quick websites, blogs, and e-commerce stores, WordPress is the best solution around. But, your job doesn’t end at installing WordPress and picking the best theme which is closest to your requirements; you need to get a better hosting service for faster and better experience to your visitors.