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Setting Up SSL with WordPress and What You Should Know

In almost all cases, you ought to use https instead of http for your website. To do this, you’ll need to add an SSL certificate to your website. It’s not a particularly difficult process, but there are a few steps to take, especially if you want to avoid errors and reduce the chance of losing search engine rankings.

In this post, I’ll cover the advantages and disadvantages of SSL, as well as the steps you should follow to properly set up your WordPress site with an SSL certificate.

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What You Need to Know About Web Hosting

There are lots of options for web hosting, so which one do you choose? They’re not all equal, and you shouldn’t look at cost alone. There are different levels of server performance, uptime, security, and level of customer support, for example. If you have a WordPress site, you can consider a managed hosting provider that specializes in WordPress.

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