Have you noticed how fast this site loads? Here’s a speed test I just ran:

SiteGround speed test

Go ahead and test it out, here are a few site speed testing services you can try:

Web HostingSo what’s the secret sauce? Well it’s none other than SiteGround’s GoGeek hosting package. If you’ve been involved in the WordPress community in some way during the past few years, you’ll surely have seen SiteGround being mentioned.

They’ve been very active in supporting the community through their sponsorship and presence at WordCamps and other related events, and generally contributing to improving the WordPress platform and the way we use it.

During the past two years I’ve seen countless developers switching to SiteGround from other hosts, and I’ve yet to hear of one who regretted making the move.

Having tested practically all the top hosts myself through client work, testing for WP Mayor roundups and supporting WP RSS Aggregator, I can say that SiteGround are absolutely the best value for money host I’ve come across.

Here’s my top three favourite things about SiteGround:

  1. 24/7 support of the friendliest (and efficient) kind, with near to 0 wait time.
  2. Blazing speed and knowledgeable engineers ready to help fine tune your site.
  3. A commitment to quality, innovation and customer satisfaction.

Since switching this site to SiteGround two years ago I’ve had many interactions with their support staff, and they’ve always gone out of their way to help me in whatever question I had. In fact, whenever someone asks me about SiteGround and what I think about them, the first thing I tell them is that they have the friendliest support on Earth.

SiteGround have the friendliest support staff on Earth

Friendly, knowledgeable and efficient support is awesome, but we were talking about speed right? Perhaps the best way to explain why SiteGround offers blazing fast hosting that destroys the competition is to share an infographic.

SiteGround fast hosting

So with SiteGround I am safe in the knowledge that my site is running on the very bast hardware available at any given point in time.

Pure hardware power is nothing though if it is not matched with equally good engineers who can bring the best out of it. That’s another area where SiteGround shines. Open a support ticket or live chat with them and you will immediately notice how knowledgeable everyone at the company is about what they are doing. I’ve personally met their top engineers and I can assure you, they really know their stuff.

So now we know that SiteGround offers awesome support + blazing fast load times. But aren’t we forgetting something else?

Guessed it? Yes, it is security, the other crucial element in any web hosting setup.

Again, rather than write anything lengthy I’m going to leave you in the hands of another infographic from the SiteGround crew.


Now you know why we host this website at SiteGround and why it performs so well. Feed importing can be an intensive process and you want to make sure that your hosting platform is powerful and optimized enough to handle your website and the traffic that will be hitting it.

If you’re asking yourself whether you should switch hosts or if you should just keep your current hosting since you’ve already gone through the trouble of setting that up, let me help you out.

Consider the points below, and if one or more of them rings true with you, I suggest you try out SiteGround.

With your current hosting provider, are you:

  • Experiencing uptime issues?
  • Noticing slow loading times?
  • Not getting instant 24/7 knowledgeable support?
  • Having security issues?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, do consider switching to SiteGround.

As it happens, there’s an awesome 60% off offer that will help make this prospect even more enticing, just hit the link below and you’ll get the discount.

Get SiteGround WordPress managed hosting at 60% off

Have you already switched to SiteGround? We want to hear from you, leave a comment below and tell us how you’re doing!

Published by jean


  1. Hiya,

    I just gave it a try in GTMetrix – first result: 2.7 seconds, next try: 3.5 seconds – http://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.wprssaggregator.com/K51Ferbi Still quite fast but nowhere near the speed you mentioned in the post… What happened? Incidentally, where is the SiteGround server the site is running on located?


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