GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting Review – Part 3

This post is part 3 of my comments on Godaddy’s Managed WordPress hosting platform.

Part 1 discusses how I wound up using GoDaddy for a wordpress site.

Part 2 discusses my initial impressions, including differences from standard wordpress self-hosted accounts and initial performance thoughts.

Part 3 will discuss the overall product being offered, now that it is publicly available, as well as some more experiences.

First, the read more

Hosting a High Traffic WordPress Blog – GoDaddy Managed WordPress Review (Part 2)

This is a continuation from my post on how I wound up selecting GoDaddy as my first choice for a collegue’s high traffic wordpress blog.

First, I did hear back from GoDaddy on any traffic limits with the Managed WordPress platform.  There are no limits on any information that are served from cache, but for uncached information, they set a limit of 100 concurrent connections.  As I said in the previous post, 25 concurrent connections would be tough to saturate without a configuration error, read more

Hosting a high traffic WordPress blog – GoDaddy Managed WordPress review (Part 1)

This is my first post in trying to write-up my process of monetizing a website.

Just to be clear, at this time, this blog is NOT hosted at GoDaddy, so don’t use the performance of this blog as an example of what you can expect.  I got involved with GoDaddy’s Managed WordPress product because I am helping a colleague out who has a high traffic blog on and he wanted to move it to a self-hosted account in order to monetize it. does a great job of hosting, read more

How to Monetize a Website (with Adsense)

I’ve been doing a lot of work lately with a few collegues to try to maximize income from their websites.  I figured it was worth taking the time to write-up the lessons I’ve learned, as I’ve learned a lot.  Some of the information you can find elsewhere, but it was not easy for me to find a lot of it.  I’ve been involved in many different aspects of the website development, so it may take some time on my part to figure out the best way to organize the information.  Also, read more