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  1. I moved to them about three years ago when I wasn’t getting any help from host gator. Anytime I had issues with a site they have been very helpful. They have great support and are always nice. I don’t even know how I found them, but I don’t really see them being talked about in the WP Community.

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  2. I moved away from them after my site was hacked. It was probably my fault for having an old de-activated theme, but I didn’t want to worry about that anymore. I switched to WP Engine and have been happy and secure ever since.

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  3. Glad to hear that WordCamp Chicago 2013 was the catalyst! Looking forward to seeing them again in 2014!

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    • Hey Jeff, and Michelle, just wanted to let you know that as a result of reading this article, and, dot dot dot, WordCamp Chicago 2013… I’ve wound up moving to WiredTree. WOW! I’ve probably tried fewer hosts than you guys, but I have tried quite a few, and so far WiredTree is a completely different experience. I’m getting a lot of service at a fair price with great support and good performance. For migration they weren’t able to help with obscure things like sites under ghost.io, but for all the sites under cPanel, the WiredTree techs picked the whole thing up and moved it for me, fast and flawlessly.

      Thanks Jeff & Michelle! My online life today is better than it was the day before I read this article. And isn’t sharing knowledge what WordPress (and WP Tavern and WC Chicago) are all about!?

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