Showing posts from June, 2018

I got rid of Bluehost

I really enjoyed having several installs on a webhost, but it just got too costly.

I've really liked the creative outlet of creating websites with the Genesis Framework by StudioPress and Divi by Elegant Themes. I went from 5-10 page websites to making one page designs with CSS tags to take you to different parts of the same page with a traditional top navigation.

Bluehost went from costing $4 bucks a month (by paying for 3 years initially) to costing about $55 a quarter and building these websites just weren't my biggest priority these days. The speed was never very good and I found myself gravitating to the ease of a website created with Google Sites (new). I had several of the classic design because you can map the domain (ex: The new Google Sites still doesn't have the ability to do this, but since I use Google Domains (instead of GoDaddy, NameCheap, etc) for my site and Chelsea's, there are some awesome tools to help for a seaml…