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Discussion Topic: Selecting and Applying Hosting Companies and Themes

Selecting and Applying Hosting Companies and Themes

You decided to create a website for your own or client's business.  Now what do you do?

Sometimes choosing a webhost can be tricky as deciding on a theme.  What demands will be made usage-wise on your website?  Which kind of theme will offer the best "flow" for your website's visitors?

 

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The second Meetup of the month will be focused on a particular subject that many of us might want to know about more.

 

Tools needed: Wireless-equipment that you use for working on Wordpress

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  • Kimberly V.

    Woohoo!! We have power!

    November 26, 2013

  • Kimberly V.

    I am at a table in the back room on the right Unfortunately no power outlets are available.

    November 26, 2013

  • Sara F.

    Hi! I haven't yet attended any of the meet ups, but I am eager to come. Not sure if I have time to drive up from Norfolk as I am preparing to leave town for the holidays...

    1 · November 26, 2013

  • Melodie

    Looking forward to meeting some new faces this afternoon! I'll also share some about WordCamp Raleigh, which I attended this past weekend.

    1 · November 26, 2013

  • Michael D.

    I'd love to join you guys but I'll be in Beliz Mexico, poor me right?

    1 · November 20, 2013

    • Melodie

      Have a great trip and we'll see you next time!

      November 21, 2013

  • Melodie

    This topic never gets old, it always bears repeating. Picking a host based on brand recognition and/or price is not a wise strategy. A sub-par host will result in having a site that's slow to load, frequently goes down, or is crippled due to plugins having server requirements your host does not meet. None of this is good for business. Learn how to pick a good WordPress host and get the best bang for your buck.

    1 · November 14, 2013

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