Old saying: there’s no such thing as a free lunch.
New saying: x10Hosting gives you free lunch, and much more. Like Free WordPress Hosting. Or any other hosting you can cram into their servers, for that matter.
Free. For real. No kidding. No catches. No gotchas.
I came across x10 a couple of weeks ago and have been batting things around with its CEO, as well as putting x10hosting through its paces. And for real, if you follow the link below you’ll land at a site that will let you set up 100% Free WordPress Hosting (or hosting for pretty much anything). No credit card. No trial periods. Free. FREE WORDPRESS HOSTING.
Believe me, I tried to find the catch; there simply is none. Sure, x10hosting would prefer you sign up for one of their paid plans. Yes, as with all hosts x10hosting has optional (emphasis on optional) add-on services, like being your domain name host for a fee. But for real, click the right buttons and you can have a small—but large enough for many— account set up at x10hosting.com, on SSD-based storage with Varnish caching behind it, no less, in under ten minutes.
And interestingly, x10hosting.com even gives you a choice between their home-grown user interface and cPanel. And you can switch back and forth any time.
Wait, there’s more.
At lots of web hosts, where free WordPress hosting isn’t even an option, running the host’s one-click installs adds extra stuff to your environment, which under WordPress too-often means “database bloat”. Not at x10. Run one-click under cPanel at x10hosting and in seconds you have a ready-to-go WordPress installation (under their home-grown solution it takes a minute or two to execute, and this the one place x10hosting is a bit quirky).
So don’t do one-click unless you switch to cPanel. Tough, right?
We’re not kidding, and we’re not being paid. x10hosting.com gives you honest-to-goodness free WordPress hosting. And it’s fast, and you’re in complete control.
We’d go on, but there’s really nothing more to say. Want free WordPress Hosting? Just follow the link.
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I hardly comment, but i did a few searching and wound up
here FREE WordPress Hosting? Free WordPress Hosting! – The WordPress Helpers.
And I actually do have a couple of questions foor you if it’s allright.
Could it be just me or does it look like a few of these responses come across
like they are lwft by brain dead folks? 😛 And,
iff you are writing on other online sites, I would like to follow everything fresh you have to post.
Would you list of all of your public sites like your
twitter feed, Facebook page oor linkedin profile?
Thanks for the comment. Sure, you ended up in SPAM, and yep, you belonged there. But not because your message wasn’t on-point.
The link you left was to a free hosting service that … wasn’t free. Cheeky Monkey. If you want to crow about your free wordpress hosting, please at least provide free wordpress hosting!