When a web host provider offers managed WordPress hosting, that means they have a concierge service through which they handle the technical parts of running WordPress – and that you don’t have to do any of it. For example, the host will take care of daily backups, scalability, security, speed, updates, uptime, etc. Plus, these […]
In this post we take a look at companies offering managed WordPress hosting. These companies have in-house WordPress experts and have built their hosting system from the ground up to be tailored for the specific needs of a WordPress site.
Kinsta is well-known among managed WordPress web hosts. While it’s more expensive than almost every other provider in the field, it also claims to offer better performance to all of its customers. The real question is whether those claims hold up in practice. In this article, we’re going to take a closer look at Kinsta […]
We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to WordPress hosting providers. The Content Management System (CMS) is so popular that there’s an entire sub-industry built around its hosting needs. Some of those hosts cater themselves to a more tech-savvy crowd, and Flywheel fits into that category. Flywheel offers a lot of features geared towards WordPress […]
Convesio is a new Docker-powered managed WordPress hosting solution; the first self-healing, autoscaling, platform-as-a-service for creating and managing WordPress sites.
You have probably heard of managed WordPress hosting, services like WPEngine or Flywheel where all of the back-end and security stuff is taken care of for you. That way, you can focus on what matters — your website. But have you ever thought about managed WooCommerce hosting? Well, Liquid Web did, and they now have […]
If you’ve ever read a WordPress.org vs WordPress.com comparison post, you know that one of the common complaints against WordPress.com is that it’s not “real” WordPress. That all changed in August 2017 when WordPress.com announced that Business plan users would be able to install their own themes and plugins, putting that tier of plans somewhere […]
WooCommerce is, of course, a WordPress plugin but, like almost any form of e-commerce, a WooCommerce site requires far more resources than a regular WordPress content site. We explain why that is, and how the subsequent poor performance and errors are far more damaging to an online store.
This article will walk you through the plans offered by the WordPress hosts who scored highest for customer satisfaction in a major poll published last week – you can view a summary of the results in our “WordPress Hosting: The Facts 2018” article.
It is almost impossible to slash your way through the jungle of marketing and misinformation to find the tiny number of hosts who provide a competent, conscientious service. So, to find the very best WordPress hosts, we look at the results of the biggest WordPress hosting studies ever, with 830 respondents hosting 11,736 websites.