Understanding WordPress.com Versus WordPress.org: An In-Depth Comparison
Last updated on June 19th, 2018. Posted in WordPress.
Did you know that WordPress comes in two flavours, WordPress.com and WordPress.org? As you might guess, it's very easy to confuse the two...and it can be hard for new users to know which version of WordPress they should use. In this video, we'll dispel the confusion and get a clear understanding of the differences between these two flavours of WordPress. Let's check 'em out!
Here are some additional links and resources mentioned in today's tutorial. Enjoy!
- In today's video, I mention that there are different ways that you can install and use WordPress. If you'd like to know more about this, check out my tutorial, 3 Ways To Install And Use WordPress.
- If you'd like a hand registering your domain name, let's walk through the process together in Easy Steps To Set Up Your Business Website Address Using NameCheap.
- If you're not sure about web hosting, the three recommendations I make (and use myself) are Web Hosting Hub, SiteGround, and WP Engine. If you'd like to see if one of these might be a great fit for you, I put together a video that compares all three in detail, called Web Hosting Comparison: Find The Best Host For Your Website.
- During the video, I mention managed WordPress hosting with WP Engine, one of the hosts I recommend here on Ten Ton. I use them myself, and they're amazing. If you think they might fit your needs, I take you through the sign-up process step-by-step in How To Set Up World-Class, Managed WordPress Hosting With WP Engine.
Hope you enjoyed. See ya next time!
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