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How to Move your WordPress Blog to Dreamhost using Dreamhosters

Note: Transferring your blog to dreamhost needs to have a least 4-5 hours before you can start moving your database. This is for their DNS propagation for the domain dreamhosters.com which I will explain later on, so make sure you have a couple of hours to spare.

How to Transfer your WordPress blog to Dreamhost using dreamhosters subdomain:

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The Pros and Cons of Webhosting: HostPapa

theprosandconsofwebhostinghostpapa The Pros and Cons of Webhosting: HostPapa HostPapa – Green Wenhosting Company Powered by 100% Green Energy

HostPapa webhosting has been around for quite sometime and they claimed to be the a 100% Green Webhosting. HostPapa offers a very affordable monthly price of $4.95 (for a three year plan) and it also includes unlimited bandwidth, unlimited web space, unlimited domains and FREE domain for life!

HostPapa is a privately-owned company located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

At HostPapa, they consider every one of their customers to be a part of their family. That’s why their motto is "Let Papa take care of you".

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The Pros and Cons of Webhosting: Dreamhost

theprosandconsofwebhostingdreamhost The Pros and Cons of Webhosting: Dreamhost Dreamhost will be my third hosting company but don’t get me wrong here, I’m not leaving Media Temple for Dreamhost. It just so happen that my co-blogger Jehz, shared a very valuable info on how to get a 2 year free of webhosting plus domain via Dreamhost. I saw this opportunity after reading it on my Google reader and wasted no time to sign-up for Dreamhost. After 10 minutes, I already have a savings of $204. Yebah!

Now what am I gonna do with my new hosting? I don’t know yet. But for those people who would like to know on how you can avail the promo of Dreamhost, I suggest to read the blog’s of Jehz and Miguel and be a subscriber of them too.

Dreamhost – Webhosting.

Dreamhost has been online for I would say 10 years already and the growth that they have had was simply remarkable. I had an opportunity before to sign-up for Dreamhost instead of Bluehost but I did not pushed through. It was simply because of pure bad timing when the news broke out. Those were the times when Dreamhost mistakenly bills customers for multiple years coupled with numerous downtimes from known blogs before. That’s the reason my friend why I ended up with Bluehost.

But what really is with Dreamhost that makes people sign-up despite of those negativity against them?

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