Top Options for Hosting Content on a Website

Believe it or not, your website hosting decisions can make a big impact on the speed, performance, and manageability of your brand’s content experience. In this insightful discussion, InMotion Hosting’s product manager Harry Jackson outlines the three main options, explains the pros and cons of each, and reveals how hosting content on WordPress helps marketers improve their content’s quality and how well it ranks for relevant customer searches.

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Stephanie Stahl
General Manager, Content Marketing Institute

As General Manager of CMI, I lead the brand’s event and digital operations – and get to work with the best team on the planet! Previously, I served as VP of Content Marketing for UBM’s Technology portfolio, providing strategic guidance on content development, content optimization, audience engagement, and go-to-market platforms for our technology clients. I’ve worked for UBM, which is now owned by Informa, for more than two decades, helping shape new multimedia content and event offerings. I live in the Washington, DC area with my husband and we enjoy spending time taking care of our many pets and visiting our two daughters on their college campuses.

Harry Jackson
Product Manager, InMotion Hosting, BoldGrid, W3 Total Cache

Harry Jackson is the Products Manager for InMotion Hosting, and has been with the company for nine years. Harry oversees every aspect of a product's lifecycle - from concept to development to operational success. His key successes include InMotion's new WordPress Hosting product, BoldGrid, and W3 Total Cache.­ ­

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