Mark my words, internet: My site has been shut down for the last time
Some kind folks emailed me to let me know that my site was down all day on Saturday. Yes, I was aware. It’s part of a little game my web host and I play, where they shut down my site when I get a traffic spike, I ask them how I can go about upgrading my plan so that this won’t happen again, they say it’s cool and there’s nothing I need to do, then I get another traffic spike and they shut it down again.
As fun as this has been, I’m moving to a new hosting company this week. I couldn’t decide which one to pick, and then I saw that WP Engine‘s entire sales pitch is “we will never shut down your site for traffic.” Sold. Plus, they’re here in Austin, and I am not above chaining myself to their front door in protest if they ever go back on their no-shutdown promise.
All this is to say: If there is anything weird with my site this week, it’s because I’m switching hosts. Also, I think all my feeds will be redirected, but if you follow this blog on a feed reader and don’t see updates for a while, resubscribe to conversiondiary.com/feed.
Thanks for your patience!
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