Choose Your Australian WordPress Website Hosting for 2015: A Web Designer’s Review
Jan21

Choose Your Australian WordPress Website Hosting for 2015: A Web Designer’s Review

Most WordPress website hosting reviews are¬†written by authors (often with little or no technical knowledge) with one objective: to earn a commission based on referring you to a website host. This article reviews two Australian hosting companies –¬†two companies that I trust and actually use as a web designer and developer. Yes, I’ll receive a tiny commission if you decide to use one of these companies, but this...

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WordPress Hosting Review: Host Geek Australia
Oct23

WordPress Hosting Review: Host Geek Australia

Since 2010 I’ve been a happy customer of Host Geek. I run many WordPress installations and refer all my web design clients to them. Take a look at all their website hosting plans. In this detailed review I’ll share my experience with Host Geek using their shared website hosting (what they call business website hosting, but very suitable to personal sites like mine), as well as giving you an inside look at the hosting...

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Review of Australian WordPress cloud website hosting
Aug13

Review of Australian WordPress cloud website hosting

I’ve been doing web design and development since the late 1990’s. I’ve gone through a lot of different website hosting providers. Recently I needed to find a rock solid Australian WordPress cloud website hosting provider. One key lesson I’ve learnt over the years… When it comes to website hosting: you get what you pay for. The super cheap website hosts usually have the same things in common: The websites...

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30d30m#24: Port Coogee, Western Australia
Mar24

30d30m#24: Port Coogee, Western Australia

Visiting family in Fremantle and had to take the opportunity of continuing the 30d30m project with a photo of the sun setting on the ocean – something I don’t get to see on the east coast. The sun seems to set quicker when watching it disappear into the ocean. Last year I spent a few months in Fremantle. It was a very unique situation with a few very good mates. It was my first time in Western Australia and I loved the...

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30d30m#11/12/13: Sawtell Beach at sunset and Muttonbird Island, Coffs Harbour
Mar14

30d30m#11/12/13: Sawtell Beach at sunset and Muttonbird Island, Coffs Harbour

Weekday’s are always hectic: work; yoga; gym; personal projects; special events; and visiting a beach for 30 minutes every day. 30 minutes is only 2.5% of a day, and I’m glad each day that I’ve made the effort to take some time out and visit… Muttonbird Island is accessed via the jetty at Coffs Harbour. Not exactly a beach visit. Just behind where I took this photo is the tiny (150m long) Gallow’s Beach...

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