25 Things You Don’t Know About WordPress

Considering that WordPress is our CMS (Content Management System) of choice over here at Pod Creative, we thought we’d share some of the lesser known facts about this amazing online publishing software. Thanks to Website Magazine and the folks at WP Beginner for the infographic...

Hosting: What is the difference between shared, dedicated, VPS and managed hosting?

Originally published on aspengrovestudios.com by Lisa-Robyn Keown, Oct 11, 2017 This article from the folks at Aspen Grove Studios provides a decent outline of the hosting options available out there. As you start reading, keep in mind that we at Pod Creative provide dedicated, managed hosting at $30 per month. This includes: hosting on our dedicated server, daily backups, regular required updates, and 24/7 tech support. Web hosting packages come in a variety of shapes and sizes. The various hosting solutions are able to cater to just about any business or individual’s specific needs. Generally, bloggers and small businesses will find their needs perfectly met with a shared hosting package. As well as shared hosting, there are other forms of hosting, including dedicated hosting, VPS and more. Managed hosting adds another layer of service supply to a hosting package. What is the Difference Between Shared, VPS and Dedicated Hosting? Each of the various hosting options functions in essentially the same way: they store your website’s files and deliver them once they are requested (as a user enters your URL into a browser bar). The difference between each of the hosting solutions boils down to the capacity, speed, level of user control and depth of technical operation.   Shared Hosting: As implied, shared hosting sees the sharing of resources. With shared hosting, a number of websites will all occupy one single server. The actual quantifiable number of sites per server can vary, ranging from a few websites to hundreds or even thousands of websites. Here, all of the websites on the individual server will share the resources (including data, space, and...

Pod Creative and Tide Change noted in Buziness Gazette

Many thanks to the Business Gazette for noting our on going work with Tide Change.  The Inside Edge Business Gazette has been the local business publication from Bowser to Port Hardy since 2011.  They provide ideas, advice and how-to articles that will help you grow your business. As well as the many comings, goings and activities of interest to the North Island business community. We suggest you pick up your copy today or check them out online. Michael Holding Pod...

Pod Creative at Atmosphere Gathering

Pod Creative is very excited about Atmosphere Gathering , a three day music festival held in the heart of Cumberland, BC. We be enjoying the great music, workshops and games that this family friendly event offers.  Michael will also be playing late night dance music as part of the Silent Disco. The Silent Disco is a after-hours dance party held under the big top Friday and Saturday nights from 1 am until late.  Three DJs play tunes across three channels that are broadcast out to special headphones.  Dancers can choose and jump between channels to experience their own unique experience. Tickets are still available and can be purchased online. Listen to EM.ASH’s (Michael) set from last year’s silent...

Birthday at Pod Creative

  “Employee of Months” and nice guy, Michael has been at Pod Creative for over a year now and we are happy to celebrate his birthday today. We will be taking an early leave at the office to enjoy a refreshing beverage and throw some discs on the home course at 4040 Marsden. We wish him a very happy birthday as he journeys around the sun once again!...

Summer Living

Pod Creative is very thankful for the great summer days we’ve been having in the Comox Valley. And even though we’re working away at our different tasks we are still taking time to enjoy the good life.  Pieter had a great driving meeting with Paul Horgen, Chair of Project Watershed the other week.  Life’s tough when you have to drive around with the top down in a vintage MG. Tell us about your summer...

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