The best Managed WordPress Hosting?

What is WordPress?

WordPress® is a blog- and Web-publishing platform that’s not only easy to use, but recognized the world over as a standard in website creation. With its focus on aesthetics, Web standards and usability, WordPress is an open-source platform that lets you manage everything from a small personal blog to a large commercial site with hundreds of pages. Hundreds of thousands of sites trust their online presence to WordPress – and with Managed WordPress Hosting from LuckyRegister – Cheap Domain Registration, Domain Hosting Services -, you can too.

 

The Best Managed WordPress Hosting
The Best Managed WordPress Hosting

What is Managed WordPress Hosting?

Built on our state-of-the-art Web hosting, Managed WordPress Hosting from LuckyRegister – Cheap Domain Registration, Domain Hosting Services – is the perfect solution for anyone who wants the power and simplicity of WordPress without the hassle of constant updates and technical adjustments.

More than just a simple install, WordPress is seamlessly integrated to your hosting so the moment you log in, you’re able to build, edit and manage your site. We’ve also modified our servers specifically for WordPress, giving you a level of speed and security you can’t get from a standard Web hosting plan.

And of course, our award-winning support is available 24×7 to help with any questions you may have. In short, there’s no easier way to build and manage a fast, secure, reliable WordPress website or blog.

Do I need to set up my database?

No. With Managed WordPress Hosting, we take care of everything so the process is as easy as possible for you. Once you’ve purchased your plan, you can immediately create your website or start blogging.

If I have a WordPress site hosted somewhere else, can I move it to LuckyRegister?

Yes. You can migrate your site over to LuckyRegister – Cheap Domain Registration, Domain Hosting Services – Managed WordPress in just one click. Either move it to your domain name or put it on a temporary domain, then just do a quick review and you’re ready to publish.

Migrate with just a click

With our Managed WordPress, nearly 9 out of 10 migrations can be done using our simple one-click tool. And if you’re a do-it-yourselfer who needs a little help, we also have detailed instructions you can follow.

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How can I access my WordPress installation?

There are several ways to log in to your WordPress website or blog.

  • Go to http://secure.luckyregister.com?prog_id=Luckyregister, log in to “My Account” and choose Managed WordPress Hosting from your list of products.
  • Type http://coolexample.com/wp-admin, where coolexample.com is your domain name, and that will take you directly to the Admin login screen.

We made it simple

  • Spin up a new site in less than 30 seconds.
  • Haven’t decided on your domain? Get started with a free temporary domain so you can register domain names,  the perfect URL later.
  • Stay up to date and secure with automatic WordPress core updates.

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How to use country domain and international domain in the right way

Google Search returns the most relevant and useful sites in response to a user query. For that reason, the results Google shows to a user in China can vary from the results returned to a user in Japan.

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If your site has a generic top-level domain, such as .com or .org, and targets users in a particular geographic location, you can provide Google with information to help it determine how your site appears in our search results. This improves Google Search results for geographic queries, and it won’t impact your appearance in search results unless a user limits the scope of the search to a certain country.

Google treats the following as gTLDs.

Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs)

.aero
.biz
.cat
.com
.coop
.edu
.gov
.info
.int
.jobs
.mil
.mobi
.museum
.name
.net
.org
.pro
.tel
.travel

Regional top-level domains

Although these domains are associated with a geographical region, they are generally treated as generic top-level domains (much like .com or .org).

.eu
.asia

Generic Country Code Top Level Domains

Google treats some ccTLDs (such as .tv, .me, etc.) as gTLDs, as we’ve found that users and webmasters frequently see these more generic than country-targeted. Here is a list of those ccTLDs (note that this list may change over time).

.ad
.as
.bz
.cc
.cd
.co
.dj
.fm
.io
.la
.me
.ms
.nu
.sc
.sr
.su
.tv
.tk
.ws

If your site has a country-coded top-level domain (such as .ie, NOT in the Generic Country Code Top Level Domains) it is already associated with a geographic region (in this example, Ireland). In this case, you won’t be able to specify a geographic location.

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How To Transfer Expired Domain Names

If your domain name has expired, you can still transfer it to another registrar during the renewal grace period. It must be transferred before it falls into redemption, however. The length of the grace period differs by domain name extension. Most general top-level domain name extensions, gTLDs, like .com and .net have an 18-day grace period between expiration and redemption. Country-code extensions, ccTLDs, like .ca and .jp, might have very different grace periods or no grace period at all.

To Transfer Expired Domain Names

  1. Unlock the domain name. For more information, see Can I unlock an expired domain name?.
  2. Get the domain name’s authorization code, if required. See Can I email the authorization code for an expired domain name? for information.
  3. (Optional) Initiate and authorize the transfer with your new registrar. Once the transfer is authorized, we notify you of the pending transfer.
  4. Accept or deny the transfer. See Accepting or Declining a Transfer to Another Registrar for information.

If you do not accept or deny the transfer request within five days, we automatically complete the transfer.

For information about transferring an expired domain name to us, see Can I transfer an expired domain name?

 

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Spam Free WordPress

Spam – Not Just for Dinner
No matter what you do on the Internet, there’s going to be spam. That’s a given. Unfortunately,
that includes your WordPress site. Spammers spend countless hours creating robots, or “bots,”
that crawl the Web looking for places to spread their wares, and your new WordPress site won’t
stay o” their radar for long.

No-Spam-WordPress-Anti-SpamWordPress comes pre-installed with Akismet, a top-notch spam filter installed by default.
Akismet references a community-created database to “learn” which comments are comment
spam and which are legitimate. It’s a real time saver. Because there are three things that are for
sure in this life: death, taxes, and spam on your blog. To enable Akismet on your WordPress
blog, go to the Plugins panel and activate Akismet. A menu is added to the Comments Panel and
holds a list of “caught” comment spam.
If comment spam gets through Akismet’s net, mark it as comment spam in your Comments
Panel, but don’t delete it. Marking it “comment spam” sends the info to Akismet and it gets
added to the community-created database, thus reducing more spam for others. So you’re
helping yourself, and everyone else, at the same time!
Be sure to check the Akismet list to make sure it hasn’t marked legitimate comments as spam.
It’s good, but it’s not perfect.

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Domain Name Backorder

If you want to capture a domain name that someone else currently has registered, you can place a backorder. Domain Backorders attempts to register the domain name if it becomes available. Or, if the domain name is listed for auction, Domain Backorders gives you instructions on how to participate.

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When you purchase a backorder, you can set it as public or private. Private backorders protect your personal information by not listing it in the Whois database.

If the backorder is not successful, you can reassign it to another domain name or request a refund from our support team.

For more information about the backorder process, see Domain Name Backorder