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Web Hosting Prices to See a Major Rise with the Massive cPanel Price Increase

Web Hosting Prices to See a Major Rise with the Massive cPanel Price Increase

You could see a major rise in the web hosting price really soon, as cPanel decides to change its pricing model based on a pay per account system.

Back in Summer 2019, cPanel, the world’s most popular web hosting control panel, announced a major change in its pricing structure. It informed about its move of shifting from the standard pay per server for unlimited cPanel accounts to account-based pricing and license structuring. The change will go into effect on January 1, 2021. The announcement has shaken the entire web hosting industry, as it will cause a major rise in web hosting prices.

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Bluehost Introduces Free WordPress Website Migration

Bluehost Introduces Free WordPress Website Migration

Have you just signed up at ? You don’t need to spend extra money to transfer your site, as the web hosting company launches the free WordPress website migration offer.

The offer, which began on April 23, is still valid in October. It allows you to migrate only one WordPress website. The offer is available for qualifying sites within the first 30 days after signing up. So, if you have just signed up at Bluehost, it’s a great chance for you to enjoy the free WordPress website migration experience.

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Mailchimp Offers Free Domain Name For Five Years

Mailchimp Offers Free Domain Name For Five Years

In the wake of the devastating coronavirus pandemic, many small businesses have had to move their in-person operations online, and quickly. To assist those affected, Mailchimp—an online marketing automation platform and email marketing service—is providing free domain registration for five years to any business utilizing their site-building tool.

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WordPress Plans To Add Auto-Update Feature For Themes And Plugins

WordPress Plans To Add Auto-Update Feature For Themes And Plugins

One of the biggest security problems that website owners tend to have is caused by not updating the themes and plugins on their site. By avoiding this simple action, it can leave your site vulnerable to attack because hackers will continue to exploit the security flaws until the developers patch up any problems and send out an update. But, if you don’t update, your site remains open to attacks.

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