Just when you thought you were all set with managed WordPress hosting ….

Just because you finally chose Managed WordPress hosting, doesn’t mean you’re completely out of the woods.

There’s always room for improvement.

A client is set up with Managed WordPress Hosting at GoDaddy (which I also use and recommend), but he was getting memory usage timeouts while using (a very large) portfolio page on Avada.

You might think, “Hey, aren’t I supposed to be all set with my hosting if I use something that’s supposed to be better like managed WordPress hosting?” Yes, you’d be correct to assume that. The setup is better, but you can always tweak.

I thought it was funny because I did a Google search for “increase memory on managed WordPress hosting GoDaddy” and got this (screenshot).

Increase memory on managed WordPress hosting GoDaddy

Increase memory on managed WordPress hosting GoDaddy

Which led me to, ahem, my own site here because, apparently, I had this issue in the past (Increase memory limits on GoDaddy’s Managed WordPress hosting). So it seems that just because you have great hosting, doesn’t mean you can’t tweak a few things and improve speed still even more. I suppose you could also contact the host to have them do this, but if you know how to get into your site files, you can make this change and fix your memory limits right then and there.

Just because you finally chose Managed WordPress hosting, doesn't mean you're completely out of the woods.

Just because you finally chose Managed WordPress hosting, doesn’t mean you’re completely out of the woods.

2017-05-25T22:48:58+00:00

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I've done the big corporate thing. I've done the creative writer thing. Now I'm happily in the middle. I like to help small businesses who are interested in "working their website before their website works them." I'm also interested in creating beautiful sites with powerful WordPress themes. Google+

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