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When we buy a new mobile we want it to be good, beautiful and cheap. It is the case that many people want to renew their smartphone but do not seek to spend astronomical figures. Here we leave you with the best Android phones between 200 and 400 euros, which we have cataloged as mid-range.

We believe that it is one of the most important price bands and that it covers many different types of Android phones. From that mid-range that is more than enough for most to the most competitive average ranges and that are sold at very competitive prices. Independently, we hope you find this mid-range at the best price, always taking into account its quality.

1. Motorola Moto G6 Plus:

Motorola announced the Moto G6 and the Moto G6 Plus, two classic mid-range that cannot be missing in any list. The always known and often recommended series Moto G return one more year, now more premium than ever.


Expanded screen of 5.9 "FullHD +, Snapdragon 630, 4/6 GB of RAM and double back camera 12 + 5MP, f / 1.7 arrive covered with a suit that does not seem average range, a mobile that must still lower in price and demonstrate that Motorola remains in the top positions in terms of quality / price.

Moto G6 Plus ..... € 299

2. Huawei Mate 10 Lite:

Are you looking for cameras? Well, here you have four cups. Or four lenses: two in front of 13 + 2MP and two behind 16 + 2MP, in both cases with flash. All seasoned with a FullHD + screen of 5.9 inches and a metal construction that can be put few sticks.

The Huawei Mate 10 Lite took an 8.17 note in our analysis, highlighting in the section of sound, materials, and camera. Among its improvement points is the performance, where the Kirin 659 chokes a bit the graphics section.

Huawei Mate 10 Lite......€ 228

3. bq Aquaris X2 Pro:

The new bq Aquaris X2 Pro is the first device from the Spanish manufacturer that comes with a double camera and 18: 9 screen. We also have a crystal design that seeks to take a step beyond the classic design.


It is an Android One device powered by a powerful Snapdragon 660 processor, 4/6 GB of RAM, 3,100 mAh with fast charge 4.0+ and a photographic section with a double camera of 12 MP and aperture f / 1.8.

bq Aquaris X2 Pro........€ 379

4. Samsung Galaxy A8

Samsung presented us with its Galaxy A8 at an exorbitant price but little by little it has been placed where it belongs. And for just over three hundred euros we have a very competitive mid-range.


A 5.6-inch Super AMOLED screen with outstanding quality, Exynos processor, 3,050 mAh with fast charge and a 16-megapixel dual camera that offers good level in most situations.

Samsung Galaxy A8.......€ 399

5. Xiaomi Mi A2

After many months of recommending the Xiaomi Mi A1, it is time to make the leap to the Mi A2, the just renewal to be the "good, nice and cheap" cell phone of 2018. We have a device with the powerful Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB of RAM memory, 18: 9 screen and a double rear camera that has taken a leap of exceptional quality.


It has no NFC or 3.5mm jack, but in quality / price it offers a user experience far above most of its rivals. One of the best mid-range and one of the easiest shopping recommendations.

Xiaomi Mi A2......€ 239

6. Honor 7X:

The Honor 7X is one of the best selling devices for just over two hundred euros. We have an 18: 9 screen of 5.93 inches, a metal body, dual rear camera, NFC, a generous battery and water resistance, a protection that is not so easy to find for its price.


A mobile for those who seek balance, good design, and decent autonomy. Your rear camera could offer a better level, but for its price, it is difficult to ask for more.

Honor 7X.......€ 236.32

7. LG Q7:

The LG Q7 is a mid-range without frames, with a wide-angle rear camera, artificial intelligence, metal body with IP68 certification and a great commitment to sound with DTS: X technology.


It is not a very powerful mobile, but it is a clear improvement in design and sound. A terminal for those who want high-end finishes at the price.

LG Q7......€ 319

8. Huawei P20 Lite:

Huawei has done an excellent job with the P20 Lite. A device with 'notch' on the screen and 19: 9 format, which makes it a very compact mobile. Inside we have a Kirin 659 processor that stays somewhat short and a 3,000 mAh battery with fast charge.


Yes, we have NFC, fingerprint reader and a double back camera of up to 16 megapixels that offers great results. A medium range that will gradually decrease in price and is a highly recommended choice while waiting for the Huawei P Smart +.

Huawei P20 Lite......€ 289

9. Nokia 7 Plus:

Nokia offers us a very complete mid-range Android One. A terminal that exactly matches the idea that many have in the head of what should be a mobile in this category. An advanced processor like the Snapdragon 660, clean software like pure Android, a generous battery of 3,800 mAh and double rear camera with ZEISS optics.


The Nokia 7 Plus only has the problem as size, but it is a very balanced and interesting terminal for what it costs.

Nokia 7 Plus.....€ 379

10. Honor 10:

The Honor 10 is a terminal that offers first level features at a very low price. We have the same Kirin 970 processor that incorporates the high-end Huawei, a crystal design with a very striking appearance and a very compact size.


On the back is added a double camera powered by artificial intelligence and we have 6GB of RAM, perfect for playing games without messing up. If you are looking for a medium (or high) range for less than 400 euros, this Honor 10 is without a doubt one of the terminals on the list with the best quality / price.

Honor 10.....€ 379
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6 Reasons You Should Buy An iPhone SE Instead Of The iPhone X



1. Apple's latest iPhone looks incredible, is faster than ever, and ... is outrageously expensive.

The base model costs $1,000. One thousand dollars!

But there's good news, friends: There's a far better iPhone out there, and it costs less than half the price of the absurdly priced iPhone X. That phone is the iPhone SE — Apple's best iPhone.

Here's why you should consider the iPhone SE instead of the iPhone X:

2. The iPhone SE is shockingly powerful.

The chip that powers the iPhone SE also powers the iPhone 6S and the most recent iPad. It's called the Apple A9, and it's more horsepower than you need in a smartphone — Apple calls it "the most powerful 4‑inch phone ever," specifically because of that chip.

More than just a zippy device, the A9 powers 4K video recording, high-definition games, and pretty much everything else you want to do with your iPhone. Most importantly, the A9 makes the iPhone SE feel like a modern phone in terms of everyday use.

3. Like other iPhones and prominent
 Android phones, it has a killer camera.

The iPhone SE doesn't have optical image stabilization or wide-color capture like the newer iPhones, so it won't perform as well in low light, and videos won't be as smooth. But don't worry: Everything from 4K video to HDR photos is built into the iPhone SE.
And yes, you can take "live photos" on the iPhone SE, just as you would on any other recent iPhone.

Most importantly, though, you can snap crisp, beautifully detailed photos using the iPhone SE's 12-megapixel rear camera — its aperture is slightly different from the newer phones, but the camera's the same as the iPhone 7, the iPhone 8 lines, and the iPhone X. Like the A9 chip at the heart of the iPhone SE, the camera on the iPhone 6S is built into the iPhone SE.

4. At 4 inches, the iPhone SE is a normal-size phone.

The iPhone X is a massive hunk of glass, metal, and silicon. We're talking about a phone that comes in a single size — nearly 6 inches tall and 3 inches wide.
The iPhone SE seems tiny, but here's the thing: It isn't . The iPhone SE seems tiny only by comparison, as we've all gotten used to smartphones getting bizarrely larger every year. Some folks love this enlarging and purchase Plus versions of the iPhone. I am not one of those people, and you may be like me. If that's the case, the "small" iPhone SE is right up your alley.

Bonus : The iPhone SE easily fits into, say, a small clutch, while many of the hulking iPhone Plus won't. Something to consider!

6. The iPhone SE has the same great operating system as every other iPhone.

Despite Apple making it seem as if you
need the newest iPhone to get the latest Apple experience, the truth is that every recent iPhone model runs the same version of iOS.

On the iPhone SE, you get the same access to Apple's walled garden of products and services — the App Store, for instance, and iMessage — the same security updates, and the same new emojis as every iPhone X owner.

BONUS: Compare different iPhone models super easily with Apple's tool.
Apple does an excellent job of making people believe they need the newest iPhone. Every September, a variation of the same dog-and-pony show touts whatever the latest iPhone is as "the best iPhone ever made."

Even if that were true every time, each person has their preferences. You might care a lot about the front-facing camera, for instance — and, in that respect, you may want to go with a model other than the SE.
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One of the reasons why a lot of blogs are abandoned is because the blog master runs out of material for his or her blog. This article is full of great ideas that you can use to improve your blog and come up with a little bit of material for your blog. Sometimes just seeing how other people do it is enough to get your own ideas flowing. So here are a few you can try for yourself with your blog

Think About Complaints or Praise

Sometimes the best material comes from criticism or complaints. If you want to write a review then do, but you do not have to be confined by the supposed fair rules of a good review. For example, a good review should not show too much bias, but there is no rule that says you cannot be biased if you want to be.

You can write a whole post that is just one long complaint about something and there is nothing stopping you from doing the opposite and writing a burningly positive post about something.

Google Alerts

You can use Google alerts to let you know when a new blog post has been written or a new article has come out that relates to your chosen keywords. You can set it to tell you when a relevant article or blog post comes out that either relates to the query you entered or the selection of keywords that you entered into the Google alerts tool.

It emails you when it thinks a matching blog post or article has just been published (Crawled by Google) means gaming blog published gaming post. This sort of thing can be used in two ways. You can hunt for articles within your genre and then copy their theme or use their ideas for your own blog posts, or you can go the other route and write counter arguments or counter attacks to the work of other people’s blogs. You do not even have to write about just one blog post.

For example, there may be several blogs that dislike Iron Man 3 (there are more than several--look it up!) so instead of counter arguing for just one blog you can pick points from several blogs and argue against them in one go. You may counter the argument that anxiety attacks are more than losing your breath from one blog and counter the argument that Pepper is a hero then a girly weakling inconsistently from another blog.

Think Of The Half-Life Of Facts

This idea comes from the fact that a lot of what you learn in college today is not going to be true or even relevant in 20 years. The only trouble is that we do not know which are going to stand the test of time and which are not.

People used to think Freud was top notch but now most of his work has been discredited. People thought we had one moon, then two moons and now recent counts show over 18,000. People a few years ago were taught that Pluto was a planet when it is not. You can post about these ever-changing facts on your blog (especially if it matches up with your blog theme.

Read Case Studies

It may be dull and a little boring but if you are going for a higher brow blog then case studies may fill you full of those facts and figures that your blog needs so badly. You may also criticize the case study and find holes in it.

Read More Books On Your Subject

It is not the book itself that is going to inspire you. There will simply be a few parts in it that help you come up with new material. Plus, if you put in a few quotes from books then your blog looks as if it is worth more than it actually is. You may find a number of ideas or concepts that can keep you writing for a long time. Do not forget that each concept you find need not be a single blog post--you can write numerous blog posts based on single concepts you find within books.

Try Video Seminars And Audio Books


It seems pointless going to seminars these days when you can find most of them on YouTube or on dedicated websites. If you are still stuck then you can find them on sharing sites. You can watch or listen to these seminars and learn a few new things that you may either further research or you may apply to your blog with a new blog post.
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7 Things You Need To Look For When Buying A New Computer


There are tons of lists online that suggest what computer you should buy, but there are so many great computers out there that any list is incomplete.

You're better off knowing what will cater to your specific needs. That way, you can look for the right computer for you, even if it may not be found in the hundreds of roundups online.

Below, I've listed what kind of specs you should consider based on what kind of user you are, whether you're a professional, power user, casual user, or use a computer purely for email. Everything below applies to both laptops and desktops, as well as Windows and Mac machines.
Check it out:

High-end specs:


Smooth, fast performance for professionals, power users, and those who don't want to wait for things to happen on their computers.

Who it's for: Professionals. Anyone who wants the smoothest performance no matter the cost. Power users who have lots of open web browser tabs, run several apps at the same time, or use power-hungry apps like Photoshop.

Anyone with low patience for waiting for their computer and apps to work.
Price: Around $1,500 and up. More for Apple computers.

CPU: Core i7 processor and up
RAM: 16GB of RAM and up
Storage: 250GB SSD and up
Size and weight for laptops: Can be thin and light, but usually cost more and could have less power. Can be big and heavy, but don't cost as much with more power

Mid-range specs:

Good for professionals and power users on a budget, and probably "most users" in general.

Who it's for: Professionals on a budget. Power users on a budget. Those with patience who run lots of open web browser tabs and apps. Casual users who don't use computers that often but want smooth performance when they do.

Price: Between $500 and $1,000. More for Apple computers.
CPU: Core i5 processor
RAM: 8-16GB of RAM
Storage: 250GB SSD and up

Size and weight:


Can be thin and light, but usually cost more and could have less power. Can be big and heavy, but don't cost as much with more power

Low-end specs:

Decent performance for casual users and people who don't really use computers that often.

Who it's for: People who don't use computers that often. And when they do, it's for things like emails, general web browsing and shopping, and home-related tasks like tax apps and so on. Can work for power users on a budget, but they'll need to have patience for the computer and apps to work.

Price: Between $400 and $700
CPU: Core i3 processor
RAM: 4-8GB of RAM
Storage: 120-250GB SSD and up

Size and weight:

Can be thin and light, but usually cost more and could have less power. Can be big and heavy, but don't cost as much with more power

What is RAM and how much do you need?

RAM stands for "random access memory." It's the short term memory for your computer that stores the apps that you're using actively or have open in the background at any given time. The more stuff you do in those apps, like several open web browser tabs, the more RAM you need.


Some might argue that the amount of RAM a computer has can actually be more important than what processor and power it has. The thinking here is that the common, basic apps you're running on a computer, like a web browser or Microsoft Word, don't actually require a lot of processing power. Basic apps will run fine on a low-power processor, but they'll perform slowly if you don't have enough RAM.

The standard amount of RAM is 8GB these days. That's fine for patient, casual computer users.

Personally, I won't buy a computer if it has less than 16GB of RAM. Having more RAM than you think you need has been invaluable in my experience. I'm very impatient and need the freedom to have as many open browser tabs I want while simultaneously running the Slack office messaging app and sometimes Adobe Photoshop.

How about the processor?

Once you've established how much RAM you think you need - and then doubled it - the CPU (processor) should be the next spec you look at.

Many of the computers you'll be looking at will come with CPUs from Intel, and they generally come in more-or-less easily discernible performance packages. The Core i3 line is a relatively low-powered line of CPU. The Core i5 is mid-range, and the Core i7 is top of the line. Some computers have ultra-powerful Core i9 models, but people who buy those computers already know what they're looking for.

With Intel's latest 8th generation of CPUs, almost all of its models have at least four cores, including the low-power Core i3 models. Higher-end models have six or more cores. The more cores a CPU has, the faster it can open and run several apps at the same time. With that in mind, a Core i3 will actually suit a lot of people for basic tasks, more so than previous generations of Core i3 CPUs that only had two cores.

The reason why you'd want a mid-range Core i5 or high-end Core i7 is if you want to open and run many apps at the same time even faster.

As it is with RAM, casual users who don't really use computers that often will be fine with Core i3 CPUs. But those who use computers a lot will want to look at the Core i5 at least, and potentially Core i7 models.

Personally, I don't buy a computer with anything less than a Core i7. I want apps to open quickly when I need them, and I want them to do the things they do as fast as possible for my work.

Some computers come with AMD's line of Ryzen processors. I don't have much experience with AMD's processors, so I can't accurately say which one will work for what type of user you are.

How much storage you need is up to you.

No matter what, make sure the computer you want to buy has an "SSD" drive rather than a typical "HDD" hard drive. SSDs can drive up the cost of a computer, but they're much faster than HDDs and make a significant difference in how snappy your computer feels while doing pretty much anything, especially opening apps.

If you're on a budget, some computers come with both a small capacity SSD for the operating system and apps, and a large capacity HDD for big files like photos and videos. You could always get a computer with a decent capacity SSD and get an external hard drive for bigger files that you don't always need on your computer at all times.

As far as capacity goes, that's mostly up to you. I'd check how much space your current computer has and figure out whether or not you wish it had more storage.

Something to think about: Screen size for laptops and monitors.



Laptops come with displays that most often range between 12 and 15 inches, and it makes a significant difference in how many apps and windows you can squeeze onto the screen at the same time.

Like storage, this one is up to you. If you like big screens, go for a 15-inch model. Just know that it'll be bigger, heavier, and less portable overall than a laptop with a smaller display.

It's also worth noting that some smaller laptops in the 13-inch range might not be available with the specs you want. Some don't come with 16GB of RAM, for example, or a Core i7. But most computer makers let you configure the specs if the default models they have on display online or at the store don't meet your needs.

As for monitors, the average is about 24 inches these days, which can suit most people. Whether you go smaller or larger is entirely up to you.

Something else to think about: Screen resolution for laptops and monitors.

This is perhaps the least important aspect for many people, but it's the difference between a "good" experience and a "premium" experience.

The standard these days is 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080), which is sharp enough for most people. But if you want a more premium experience, go for a model with at least 1440p resolution (2560 x 1440), or even 4K/UHD (ultra high definition) displays.

As you'd expect, higher resolution laptops and monitors cost more, so base this decision on your budget.

You may also want to consider the overall size and weight when it comes to laptops.

If portability is what you're after, you're probably better off with a laptop with a 13-inch or smaller display. Most importantly, some "ultrabook" laptops can be incredibly thin and light.

Just be wary that those ultrabook laptops might have CPUs with less power than thicker and heavier laptops, even if they have the same CPU model numbers. That's because slim laptops can't cool the CPU as well as larger laptops, so the chip speed needs to be dialed down a little to prevent damage from heat.

But if you prize performance, you'll have to sacrifice a little portability. It depends on what you're comfortable with and how much performance you're willing to part with.

Mac or Windows?


Again, this is totally up to you, but you can mostly do anything you want on either operating system; it just depends on what you're comfortable with. Some professional apps only work on Apple devices, but the professionals know what they're looking for and what works on what systems.

It can also depend on what other devices you're using, too. If you're an Apple fan with an iPhone and Apple Watch, it makes a lot of sense to look into Macs because of the seamless integration between all those devices.

For laptops specifically, I will say that MacBook laptops have significantly better trackpads than any Windows laptop I've tried. It's almost worth the entire premium pricing of Apple laptops compared to Windows machines.
As always, the bottom line is your budget.

Casual computer users have the luxury of spending less on their computers, as they don't need a powerful computer. But those who use computers often for intense work and play aren't so lucky when it comes to price tags.

The truth of the matter is that better performance or lighter designs usually comes with higher prices. But more often than not, you get what you pay for when it comes to computers.
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iPhone X Plus Leak Confirms Apple's Design Ahead Of September Release



In a little over a month, Apple is expected to reveal the next version of the iPhone.

Many are predicting a larger ‘iPhone X Plus’ type handset that will have the same all-screen design as the current iPhone X but with a 6.5-inch screen.

This seems to have been further confirmed by Apple fans digging through the framework for Apple’s PassKit UI system on the latest version of iOS 12 beta.


The framework has glyphs (icons) that can be used do designate devices for payments if a company or app wants to use Apple Pay. And it appears that iOS 12 just gave the game away.

Whilst the leak is not 100% evidence of Apple’s plans, it chimes with rumours it’s going to release an iPhone X with a 6.5-inch screen as well as the 5.8-inch standard model.

When will the new iPhone be released?

If Apple sticks to is usual patterns, we can expect to see a new iPhone in September. Of course, that’s basically all we know for sure at this point. Apple is expected to release two high end iPhones and a cheaper one.


What will the next iPhone be called?

We’re not sure. Apple’s naming schedule has been thrown into disarray because it released the iPhone X at the same time as the iPhone 8. Could this mean a cheaper iPhone 9 will be released alongside the iPhone X, 11, X2 or whatever else it will be called? It’s not clear yet.

What features will the new iPhone have?

It’s likely that we’re not going to see any huge changes, because of the massive release of the X last year.

However, one rumour suggested we will see a range of crazy colours on offer.

The technology fitted into Apple’s iPhone X could also find its way into cheaper models, which could mean bigger screens without adding to the size of the device because the ‘bevel’ framing it can be removed or reduced in size.

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As soon as a new reader comes to your blog, what does he first see? Neither he reads the title of your blog nor does he take his attention to the simple navigation of the blog. Any reader looks at whether or not your blog designs.

For this reason, the design of your blog leaves a different impression on new readers. Would you like to feel embarrassed for the first time with your blog designs in front of your readers? Do you want to lose the reader because of this just because your blog's design is not good? If you are doing blogging for income, then every reader is your customer. It is not wrong to think that. You should choose a beautiful and beautiful design to woo your customers. There should never be any disorder in blog design. A better blog design improves your relationship with readers for a long time.

5 major mistakes in blog design, which readers do not like:

Today, we will discuss five such mistakes that do not attract you to new readers and make them your customers. We will not explain this thing to you as a designer and explain it in simple words.

Ambitious blog design:

The design of you and your blog can be very creative. But there is no need to tell this to any reader. There is no need to put anything in the blog design without meaning. Create a design that can be seen by seeing - what is the matter?

Impressive blog design means to show off your blog and your personality. It should have both effectiveness and simplicity, if you look at blogs of professional bloggers, their blogs are beautiful and organized. There is no shortage of navigation and sidebar of their blog. Thereby, more and more material can be presented in front of the readers.

Weird looking design:

This is a very common mistake. In this, you forget about your readers and design the blog from your level. The average Internet users are neither bloggers nor blog designers. These are the common people, whom we look around. These people are an Internet consumer one step ahead of the general public. So there is no false impression about them that everything comes to them or they do not come, it is not right. You should keep the blog's design beautiful, but it is so simple that the class 5 child can understand it easily.

Flat Blog Design:

Sites that are bright colors look attractive but only one class likes it. Light-colored blog designs are the most preferred on the Internet. For this, you can study the blog design by searching for the most liked blogs on the internet. Each of them would have chosen different colors but the flipping would not have been adopted at all.

Blog design with a lot of decors:

In such a blog design, many curves, lines, borders, charts, pictures etc. are used. The blog design should be simple and equipped. In such designs, these mistakes are often found that they tell the reader that to go here or come here. Tell the reader where he needs to go where he needs to go.

Unplanned Blog Design:

This blog design is a big mistake. Many bloggers do not make any plans before designing their blog. They add anything to the blog without needing anything. By which the reader is confused and leaves the blog. The reader forgets for what purpose he came to your blog. You will see a number of blogs that do not open properly nor do they need something in front of you. Some blogs just keep showing that how many people are giving theirs but this does not happen. By email, call your friends by phone to tell or follow them. Such bloggers worry more than readers.

Avoid these mistakes and keep your readers' interests and requirements more than yourself.
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Do you want to make money by making a blog or you want to make a career in internet marketing, you can start by creating a self-hosted WordPress website / self-hosted WordPress website. This work seems a bit difficult at first, but I think it is very easy. For this purpose, take care of free web hosting / free web hosting too, because they offer very little software features and hardware resources are also limited. If you use free web hosting then many technical difficulties will come. Instead, taking a shared hosting plan / shared hosting plan is more beneficial.

When choosing a web hosting for any blogger, a reliable, popular and affordable shared hosting / Cheap shared hosting should be compared. Making it easy to decide to take good shared hosting / best-shared hosting in a lower budget. Today, web hosting packages are being sold on the internet
  1. Shared Hosting
  2. Cloud Hosting
  3. VPS
  4. Dedicated Hosting
But who is the buyer of these bloggers, remain confused? Next, you will know which hosting package the new blogger should take. What is the best option for them?

We have already told you what things should be taken care of while taking web hosting. Let's discuss which hosting package a new blogger should take.

Best Web Hosting for New Blogger:

First, know that there are two types of technically hosting -
  1. Linux Hosting / Linux Hosting
  2. Windows Hosting / Windows Hosting
Both of these hosting services are mainly of four types of web hosting service -
  1. Shared Hosting
  2. Cloud Hosting
  3. VPS
  4. Dedicated Hosting
While launching blogging, Linux-Shared Hosting / Linux shared hosting for Self-hosted WordPress may be a good choice. There are many reasons for this -
  1. Traffic low on the new website
  2. Shared hosting is very cheap
  3. Easy to manage shared hosting
  4. Partner Blogger can do technical support
  5. There is not a lot of technical support required
  6. If there is a need to shut down the site then there is less loss
All the technical requirements depend on the type of website you want to run on hosting and hosting it. As visitors begin to grow on your site, you will need more server resources. Due to the lack of server resources, the site is slow or even shut down. After that, you have to optimize it. This will increase the speed of the website. Many WordPress plugins come in to optimize the database, making the task easier. Sometimes WordPress plugins account for very server resources, so the less used plugin, the better. Even after doing so, update the shared hosting in Cloud Hosting or VPS.

Google Web Spam Engineer Matt Cutts has clarified that using shared hosting does not affect the search engine rank. Just the uptime of your web hosting should be great (99.9+) This means that your site will open 99.9%

Best Shared Hosting for WordPress blogs:

If you search on the internet, almost all companies claim that they are selling the best web hosting at a lower cost. But with the best web hosting, you should also get the best customer support. Without customer support, the carriage does not grow further in the world of new hosting.

You must definitely ask about features such as CPanel, PHP version, SSL, FTP, and SSH while taking shared hosting. Hacking any website is common to be a DDOS attack. Talk to the web hosting company about this too. Check that the server on which you are about to make a website is completely secure. You can trust by reading customer ratings. A lot can be known about the services of a web hosting company by searching on Google. Of course, remove time for this. I have used many web hosting services, on which basis I am telling you.

Bluehost:

You should start with Bluehost shared hosting. It gives very reliable services. The official blog of WordPress also encourages using it. There are a number of great offers at the time of special occasions and Teej festival. From which you can get a free domain and 50-60% discount with hosting.

BigRock:

I have used for a long time, this is also a good web hosting. Many believe this on Hindi bloggers. There are also attractive offers from time to time.