Flywheel Review for WordPress: A Reliable Managed Host?

Personally, I’m very interested in the service and am eager to see it take off. On the day your post goes up, please respond to comments over on my Facebook. Part of what we pay for is your help driving engagement and social sharing of the post. Payment may not be forthcoming if you are MIA the day your post goes up, so be sure to let us know if you’re not available so we can reschedule your post. Submit your best headline idea AND outline for your proposed guest post, in the body of your email.

Use these free resources to learn new skills and start sharing knowledge with others, Write articles and tutorials and learn money. They pay $25 for Post Scripts and $400 for feature articles. Payment per piece will range from $50 – $150 and will be paid via paypal on the 1st of the month FOLLOWING the month it is posted. Flywheels are made from many different materials; the application determines the choice of material.


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A Managed hosting platform that gains a lot of positive feedback regarding its commendable services and state of the art security features. Kinsta offers premium managed WordPress hosting for everyone, small or large. Powered by Google Platform, they take performance to the next level. All hosting plans include 24×7 support from their team of WordPress engineers.

The graphics were very well done, the content was laid out nicely, the lettering was perfect, and the overall style of the site was very minimalist and modern. I checked the site for references to a ‘write for us’ page, but did not find anything like that. I did, however, find a ‘career’ page, and learned that they did advertise for a number of different jobs… though at the moment, none of them were in the ‘writing’ category. Basically, Flywheel seems to be a web hosting company that specializes in helping you with WordPress-based websites. But freelance writing is not something that everyone is good at, and not something that everyone can deliver without at least practicing and honing a few skills.

I ran the performance test 3 times for both the hosting providers so that I could get a clearer idea of their load times and their scores. The tests show Flywheel with a better load time than Kinsta. In the second test, Kinsta’s load time was 1.1 second which is significant considering the website had no additional pages or media. Flywheel, however, maintained a load time below 1 throughout the three tests. Users who are using the platform to manage their website would benefit more from FAQs about the platform or some useful KB. The Knowledge Base link on the right does take me to a list of KBs, but from a user experience point of view, blog posts are distracting and I’d rather have the KBs in their place.

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