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The top 10 of web hosts readily recommended by Bloggers for Bloggers. Which ones stack up?

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Which is the best web hosting for a blog?

It’s a genuinely subjective question because a well-considered answer will depend on your requirements and budget.

Have you got the budget for a 64GB Dedicated Server or some cheap shared hosting?

What is your level of expertise? Feel up to managing cloud hosting with Amazon AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud?

It’s hard to answer a generic question, like “What is the best car?” Do you mean an affordable car, a reliable vehicle? or a performance car?

Also worth mentioning is the simple fact that many web hosts are promoted heavily in blogging circles by affiliates who earn money when a click through to the vendor website translates into a sale.

The best host for you at any given time should reflect your circumstances and will vary depending on what they are.

For instance, we don’t suggest any newbie blogger sign up for a multi-year hosting plan, purely on the basis that statistics indicate most bloggers quit within a few months.

For a new blogger, we’d recommend a PAY-AS-YOU-GO host in the early stages. That advice and change later on, if and when they get established.

We also strongly suggest people look at reviews from people using the service. We don’t mean reviews on the vendor website (they aren’t likely to post any negative ones), but rather via an independent source such as Trustpilot.

Here are some of the review scores at Trustpilot for many of the hosts you see typically recommended by bloggers. We’ll call this a Web Host Ranking By Trust.

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Step by Step Instructions on how to delete a blog from the Google Blogger platform. Up to date - 2021.

We're not talking about individual blog posts here, rather the entire blog. So be sure that is what you want to do before proceeding.

Like most things, the process is straightforward once you know where to find the option!

OK, so the option you need to locate is tucked away in Settings. You can find the menu option for Settings in the left-hand administration menu.

Once in the settings panel, scroll down to the Manage Blog subsection, and you'll find an option to Remove your blog.

Clicking the option will result in a Dialog box asking you to confirm the delete action. The message also explains that you can restore the blog within 90 days before permanent deletion, together with an option to export and download the blog.

If in doubt, we'd suggest that you Download the blog as a backup.

If you go ahead and delete, then you'll receive a confirmation that you did delete the blog. You will also receive an option to "Permanently delete" or "Undelete."

Choosing to Permanently delete the blog at this point means a hard delete - the blog will be gone forever. Taking no further action means you can undelete at any point within the next 90 days.

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