According to usage statistics provided by W3Techs, WordPress powers over 35% of websites on the Internet and is by far the most popular content management system (CMS).
The latest data from the 1st of January 2020 shows WordPress has a CMS market share of over 62%, sitting way ahead of other popular systems like Joomla, Shopify and Drupal.
WordPress is constantly evolving with improvements taking place all the time.
Recent highlights include the sometimes controversial block based editor code named Gutenberg and the release of Google Site Kit, an official WordPress plugin that helps website owners to stay on top of their game.
According to Search Engine Land, page load time and crawl budget rank will be the most important SEO factors in 2020.
Google also now includes an experimental page speed feature in Google Search Console meaning webmasters have easy access to current and historical load times.
Although end users have been installing cache plugins to speed up WordPress for years, a little-known fact is that caching should also be enabled on the server side.
Most web designers are familiar with Apache and its faster competitor NGinx, but there is another web server called LiteSpeed which has both a client-side cache and server-side technology built especially for WordPress.
In this world where the ideal loading time for a website is 2 to 5 seconds, getting the entire ecosystem correct is critical.
Vander, a company founded by the original founders of Snowball, offers cPanel based WordPress hosting and the LSCache plugin for all WordPress websites.
I/O Zoom offers really cheap WordPress hosting, and there are 5 packages named as Personal, Professional, Premium and Platinum respectively. Personal is the entry-level package, which starts at $5/mo. Even personal users can afford I/O Zoom WordPress cloud hosting.
What’s more, the company offers customers 3 days free trail, which enables them to start their risk free experience with I/O Zoom WordPress cloud hosting. Even better, if customers cancel account within the first 30 days, they can get a refund from I/O Zoom with no question asked. So, customers are protected from big loss.
I/O Zoom integrates WordPress into cloud hosting, making high-availability WordPress cloud hosting for customers. In order to fit customers’ needs better, the company designs 4 packages, Personal, Professional, Premium and Platinum. Each package comes with proper and even redundant resources.
Package Resources & Advanced Features
In Personal, I/O Zoom provides 10GB SSD disk space, unlimited visitors per month, 2 websites hosted, unmetered monthly bandwidth and 512MB memory. Besides, the company also includes many advanced features to optimize the WordPress cloud hosting, such as Hardened multi-PHP allows customers to use the favorable PHP, email backlist prevention can help them start with email marketing easier, and more.
As WordPress cloud hosting, four packages all come with rich WordPress features. 1-click WordPress Installer, WordPress staging and cloning, 1-click WordPress hardening, WP CLI, mass install and updates, as well as easy migration from existing host are all included in packages. With these easy-to-use WordPress features, customers can easily install WordPress, create WordPress sites, and manage their websites.
I/O Zoom works hard on keeping its servers online all the time. According to its SLA, the company offers customers a 100% network uptime guarantee policy. It makes customers get credit in case that they encounter any downtime. How does it keep perfect uptime?
I/O Zoom now has great support from 5 top-class data centers, which not only allows customers to select the nearest location to their websites for best response, but also offers redundant resources available to handle the quick growth of customers’ websites.