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Bluehost Supports Big Orange Heart


We’re excited to announce that Bluehost has partnered with Big Orange Heart and will feature across all that we deliver throughout 2022.

Introducing Bluehost

Bluehost has been a WordPress partner since 2005 and powers over 1 million WordPress sites worldwide. Their objective is to help customers, whether novice or pro, create a thriving online presence at an affordable price. With a team of in-house tech experts available 24/7, Bluehost dedicates time and resources to providing the best support and services in the industry. Join millions of other site owners and see what Bluehost can do for you and your online presence.

Designing a professional website has never been simpler. Now you can enjoy building your dream site in WordPress without using any code.Introducing the Bluehost Website Builder, where users are able to visually click, drag and drop content to build a beautiful website all while being able to access the full power, flexibility and tools of WordPress.

Bluehost Global Sponsorship

As a Global sponsor, Bluehost is standing firm with Big Orange Heart and enabling us to deliver critical services, free of charge, into our community. Our mission to support and promote positive wellbeing and mental health within remote working communities has never been more critical. 

We look forward to working closely with Bluehost over the next twelve months to deliver events, support, and education to our community members. We’re proud to say we’ve had the pleasure to work with the Bluehost team before and their enthusiasm and support for a healthy community is matched by their desire to deliver world class service while contributing to the success of open source projects.

Please help us to thank Bluehost. You can expect to see the team at multiple Big Orange Heart events, including the upcoming WordFest Live – March 4, 2022

Thank you Bluehost!

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