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US based company, they are WordPress's favorite since 2015, which is a good omen.
Their customer support is simply incredible, the best I've seen. BlueHost for the win !
I tested a couple of hosting companies and MediaTemple is one of those I wouldn't fear recommending to my mother.
Good support, good prices, good hosting.
I'll be as transparent as possible, I really love the two first, but this one is a new company, launched by a friend of mine.
They offer a lot of features ranging from websites hosting to website management. You can even rent websites !
Without any specific knowledge about internet marketing, I fell on Wealthy Affiliate when looking for ''work home opportunities''.
I learned almost everything I know from Kyle & Carson, they are responsible for my success online.
While starting my first website, I started to understand that making money online was possible, so I looked for other ''trainings''.
Chris Farrell is a very good teacher, very clever. I think he may have a faster approach to MMO than WA.
Bring The Fresh
Kelly Felix is the owner. Just that tells you a lot.
If you don't know him, he's one of the most famous internet marketer. He is the author of the rich jerk, go take a look in Google ;)
I only discovered ThriveThemes recently.
I fell in love with their themes and plugins.
Optimized for converstion, good looking themes, highly customizable and their plugins : WOW !
I like the classy, simple themes they offer.
An other great thing is their prices.
Cheap themes if you buy the whole package.
I was using their themes on every website I created.
They also offer a package deal which can be really interesting.
I know a lot of people using StudioPress as their #1 and only theme provider.
I found WPZoom via Dom Wells from HPD.
I think he's right when he says that they offer some of the most good looking themes right out of the box.
A bit more expensive thought, but still worth a look.
When looking for a new theme, yeah you want a good looking website, but you also need to look at the codes.
Their themes are really well coded, which means faster websites.
Still, I prefer ThriveThemes.
Simply the best place to hire talented people.
It's also the first place I went when looking for people to write some articles for my websites.
I like what I'm doing, but content marketing can be overwhelming sometimes, if you do the work all by yourself.
Also, giving some work to people looking for it isn't a bad idea.
I do not use this platform a lot, but still I've been able to find a really talented writer.
I am still doing business with him, he's the best I've found so far.
Maybe I was lucky that day, maybe not. You should take a look by yourself.
Ha yeah, did I tell you it's really less expensive than I thought ?
I buy all my domain names there.
Their member's backoffice is really simple of use.
Newbie-friendly and beautiful website.
Good support also.
I don't see why I should be buying my domain names from different providers.
But 1&1 has a good reputation.
If you need a good alternative to my NameCheap recommendation, 1&1 can be a good place to look.
Same thing as for 1&1, good reputation and user-friendly website.
No affiliate program, that suprised me a lot.
I know they offer good prices also.
If you are looking for a good and efficient keyword tool, Jaaxy is your guy.
It's one of Kyle's products (from WA).
They offer training, support and Jaaxy isn't a software, which means you can access it from any devices.
Really more popular than Jaaxy, LongTail Pro is probably the most recommended keyword tool.
It's a good asset to any online business.
My #1 choice for profitable niches research.
Thrive Content Editor
Simply the best plugin I've seen so far.
Not kidding, this is THE plugin everyone should get.
Simple to use, best content editor ever. This is how I design all my websites.
I use Ahref to analyse backlink profiles of expired domains I might want to buy.
You can also use it to check your competitors' backlink profiles too.
Lots of people are making good use of this tool.