Joined: 23 Dec 12
06 Feb 19 4:08 am
I use Wealthy Affiliate. You can host up to 50 websites and it uses Amazon web services. My site is running as fast as it was on Hostgator Cloud Hosting.
There are other benefits too. You get access to a tech support team that answers your questions promptly. They usually answer my questions in minutes. And they fix my issue for me.
When I first started with them. I had been using Hostgator Cloud Hosting and the consultant in chat was meant to create a sub domain for me but somehow I ended up with a blank screen.
But luckily I had been backing up my blog with Updraft Plus, and I had joined Wealthy Affiliate as you can join for free. I wanted to know what it was about as I had seen people mention it on Twitter. Most of these people had a good amount of followers.
When I moved my blog to Wealthy Affiliate they had some trouble with Updraft as they could not restore my website from one back up but needed all the backups.
But they did manage to do it. You would have to be an expert in tech support to pull it off.
The benefits of hosting your website with Affilorama or Wealthy Affiliate is that they have tech support teams that will help you with website issues.
If you get locked out of your account at Hostgator, you need to reset your password or chat to customer support to get them to reset your password.
With Wealthy Affiliate, you will never get locked out of your account unless you stop paying the membership fee. Even then they will store your website if you pay the membership fee at a late date. Your password is shown in your website portal and you click your log in button to get into your WordPress backend.
Wealthy Affiliate has a community of people that if you ask a question, someone in the community will answer it in a few minutes.
Affilorama is good that you can ask support about website issues and you will get an honest opinion on the issue you have queried.
What I have learned is that there is not one mentor that will help you. It is good to learn from a number of mentors. But don't rush in.