As a work-from-home remote worker, you need a convenient way to showcase your services and skills that your potential clients can see. 

You need a website. And you need a reliable hosting service where your website lives. 

Having an online presence allowed me to attract clients and show them what I can do. On my website, my prospects can assess my skill level based on the portfolio that I showcase. 

Here is my top recommended list for website hosting for beginners, freelancers, and agencies. 

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SiteGround has been a sturdy hosting when I switched from Bluehost back in the day.

I found their support to be excellent, having a high command of English, patient and polite.

However, there are some limitations to SiteGround you should be aware of if you’re considering signing up with them.

SiteGround’s hosting plan page says you can host unlimited websites, unmetered traffic, and unlimited databases on GrowBig or GoGeek plan.

Sounds super generous, right?

Well, actually there are some limitations they are not telling you there.

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In this post, you’re going to learn my 5-step writing process to create a blog post from scratch. 

But before that, I want to share the kind of writing struggles I had and how I overcame them. 

I have been struggling with writing for as long as I can remember. 

When it was time to write, I’d stare at a blank page and have my fingertips on the keyboard. Yet no words came out of me. I felt like I had nothing worthy to say. 

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The images on your WordPress website is slowing down your site.

The more files you upload to your WordPress media library (stored under the /wp-content/uploads folder), the clutterer your website becomes.

If you want to speed up your WordPress website, you need to optimize your images .

In this post, you’ll learn how to optimize your images in WordPress to get a faster page load.

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