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Angi

Angi grew up in southern Arizona but now lives in central New Mexico with her husband, two sons and four dogs. She creates, she responds to Yoast support requests, and she loves to ramble on about anything. When not doing those, she can be found slaving over the kitchen stove cooking for her family, curled up with a good book or watching any one of her favorite TV shows.

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  1. eschelle says:

    I find code completely impossible unless it is super basic so congrats at being able to tackle that stuff at all!

  2. Tim says:

    Since you are new to running your own server I would recommend getting one that is fully managed by someone. Also you will want to put it in a data center as home connections don’t really do well for running websites on. I really wouldn’t recommend trying to run a server at home at all as that will end up being a big headache with some of the issues that will occur. Also if it is just one site a virtual private server(vps) may work well for you. Here are a couple of vps providers that are fully managed. https://unixy.net/managed-vps/ https://www.site5.com/vps/ vps and dedicated/colocated give you all of your own resources but are much more expensive than just regular shared hosting. If your site is starting to get large it is worth it though.

  3. I think it’s great that you host your own blog on your server. I’d love to do this but I have no clue how to go about hosting or owning a server. Ideally, I’d love to have a large storage device connected to my Mac (which is always on anyway). But again, no clue.

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