Canadian Web Host Bluebird Hosting Announces Launch of WordPress Plans

Montreal, Jan 18, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – Bluebird Hosting, a major Canadian web hosting provider has announced today the official launch of its WordPress hosting plans. As part of the new hosting plans, the company has also revised the main website and much more.

Bluebirds WordPress plans WordPress Starter, WordPress Elite, and WordPress Pro are cutting-edge powered hosting plans tailored to the specific needs of todays customers, to give users even more options for fast, purpose-built WordPress hosting.

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We didnt just spin new names on our hosting plans, we built this product from the ground up using the latest technologies and best industry concepts, says Denny Stamos, Bluebirds CEO. The results are amazing, we are delivering blazing fast WordPress sites with even more features than before.

When customers sign-up for a WordPress Plan they benefit from an individually pre-installed WP with the best plugins that are already installed and activated.

Additionally, customers get a shell access via SSH to manage their Worpress projects using WP-CLI a command line interface to Worpress that allows you to update plugins, configure multisite installs and much more, without using a web browser.

Technologies used to drive their WordPress plans such as HTTP/2, SSD, NGINX, Lightspeed API & Opcode Caching and PHP 7.X are key to the succes of todays WordPress sites.

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About Bluebird Hosting

Bluebird Hosting is a leading web hosting company based in Canada that was founded on the principal of providing simplified hosting solutions. Bluebird Hosting is a Canadian Web Hosting company providing customers with Powerful, Reliable and Secure Web Hosting based in Montreal, Quebec.

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Bluebird Hosting / Ildiko Brunner

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4388 Rue Saint-Denis, suite 200 #199, Montreal, QC H2J2L1

http://www.bluebirdhosting.ca

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