Here are a few must knows to help find the best WordPress hosting for your website.
The best wordpress hosting isn’t the same for everyone it comes in all different shapes and size’s and it can be hard to know what type of hosting will work for your specific needs.
WordPress makes our life alot simpler when it comes to our websites but there is a lot going on in the background and it’s important to know what host you should use.
If you are a blogger and price is your only concern then there are two clear winners when it come to the best wordpress hosting for your site
Warning : Read this entire post to make sure you choose the right website host for you!
We have done all the wordpress hosting comparison‘s and the first site we would recommend is…
Dreamhost is very reasonable priced ($8.12/month) and have been in business for over 14 years. These guys have a proven track record if you like to keep things simple they are a great choice. Here are just a few of the benefits of using Dreamhost
- Satisfaction Guaranteed – 97 day Money Back Guarantee!
- Easy To Use – they have a very user friendly control panel.
- Blogging Made Easy – One Click Software Installer Will Automatically Install a WordPress Blog in Minutes.
- Limitless Possibilities - Get Unlimited Data Transfer, Bandwidth, Website Storage, Email and Hosted Domains and Much Much More.
- Advanced Functionality – If you are a pro blogger Dreamhost gives you the ability to write your own apps with a wide variety of coding languages.
Overall Dreamhost can get you set-up fast and your not going to empty your wallet to use them. The best part when hosting your blog with Dreamhost is their 24/7 support.
The second is Bluehost and this is where this website is hosted.
Bluehost has been around since 1996. This fact alone can give you enough confidence to want to use them as a WordPress hosting provider. There support is also awesome. I’m not a super tech guy so I have had to use there support more than a few times and they were very friendly and patient with my questions.
The only thing that may hold you back from using Bluehost for your wordpress hosting is they only offer shared hosting and while this may be perfectly fine for most blogs there will be a few that may want to move to a VPS or dedicated set-up and because Bluehost doesn’t offer this it could be some extra trouble to have your site moved.