Tag: WordPress Hosting
8 Best Cheap WordPress Hosting Options: An Honest Review
Searching for cheap WordPress hosting?
SiteGround vs. Kinsta: Choosing Between the Two Best WordPress Hosts
Kinsta and SiteGround are the two best hosts in WordPress. They’re also very different. Which one’s right for you? We’ll make it easy:
SiteGround Review: Why SiteGround Should Be Your First Choice for Shared Hosting in 2020
We’ve written this comprehensive SiteGround review after testing all major WordPress hosts and hosting with SiteGround for five years. We recommend making SiteGround’s GrowBig plan (starts at $5.95/mo before renewing higher) your first choice for shared WordPress hosting on any site with fewer than 30,000 visits a month. It’s reliable, performant, and technically cutting-edge, with very good and accessible tech support.
The Best WordPress Hosting in 2020: An Honest Guide
Looking for the best WordPress hosting for 2020? We’ve analyzed thousands of unbiased WordPress hosting reviews from real users, to bring you the up-to-date, definitive list of the best WordPress hosts—and the hosts to stay away from.
Cyber Monday Roundup 2019: Deals on WordPress’s Best Products
This Black Friday/Cyber Monday deal roundup includes only WordPress products that we like, use, and recommend.
Finding the Best WordPress Hosting of 2019: An Honest Guide
Want to know who’s the best WordPress hosting in 2019? Let’s get straight to it. (And note: We’ve also published our 2020 WordPress hosting ranking if you want to see that data as well.)
SiteGround vs. Bluehost: Which Shared Host to Choose in 2019
Which is the Best SiteGround Plan? The WordPress Shared Hosting Comparison
Understanding VPS vs Shared Hosting for WordPress
There are two big ways that WordPress hosting breaks down: nerdy stuff for people who know what “a command line” is, and approachable stuff for people who don’t. That’s at the heart of the “VPS vs shared hosting” comparison. (VPS stands for “virtual private server”, by the way.)
Most Hosting Recommendations for WordPress Suck. Here’s Why.
When you need to choose a WordPress host, an obvious first step is a Google search. Searching for “best wordpress hosting” yields lots of hosting comparison articles. You can skim a few of them to get a sense for the patterns, and then make your decision. Easy, right?