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  • WPCrafter.com WordPress For Non-Techies

    Please add your thoughts. I will post the link to the full review video here. These are the links to Studiopress Sites
    Studiopress Sites: https://www.wpcrafter.com/studiopress-sites
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  • Christine Jary

    Hey Adam, non-techie here. I have what Bluehost refers to as "optimized hosting," for which I'm paying about $35+ /month (cost would be the same if I had one or 10 active sites or subdomains). If I move to studiopress framework, it sounds like, based on this video, there is no advantage for me to get studiopress' hosting and should just buy their child theme and framework and continue hosting on bluehost. Would I be correct in my takeaway?

  • barry walker

    Hello
    Great videos, Thank you.
    I have a question.
    I am using Genesis and a third party theme.
    What would be the best way to change over to Elementor.
    Thanks

  • G3CFO

    Thanks, Adam. Sorry if this is off topic. InMotion–pros and cons versus, say WPEngine, SiteGround, others? Also, I'm searching your channel to look for this answer.

    Also, the pricing is perplexing as the incremental cost for a second or third site for one subscriber is probably minimal. Thus, I'm surprised discounting is not available for those wanting more than one site.

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