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Top 5 Best Web Hostings For Wordpress

There is a dirty little secret, regarding each of these WordPress Hosting Providers. Only three of the various Hosting providers for WordPress are officially suggested by WordPress itself. In this article, we’ll examine the top 5 WordPress Hosting providers and carefully consider the advantages and disadvantages of each one. By the end of this article, you will know exactly which Hosting company is perfect for you.

For all the web Hostings discussed in this blog today, I have their active Plan. I have purchased a lot of Hostings in my previous Years and I have tested all of them. I am not providing my suggestion Based on some Features, that is not what we do here. I am going to tell the main points here. All opinions in this Article are based on personal experiences.

Basic Web Hosting Terminology

When you were looking at web Hosting, it’s important to understand the features of Hostings that you’re getting for the price you’re paying, to be going over the basics of how to at least understand what the web Hosting company is saying, when they’re telling everything that they’re offering am I making sense here basically I want you to be able to look at a pricing table like one that you’re seeing now and be able to understand all the gibberish that’s down below now here’s the deal it’s time to be real with you again I mean I haven’t stopped being real with you but you guys understand what I mean there’s no way that I could go down this list and give you a full web developer course explanation in just one article being able to tell you how each and every one of these features work would take hours to explain and people literally go to school to understand them. The main terms Defined in the pricing table of every hosting are mentioned below:

  • No Of websites under one Hosting
  • Storage
  • Professional Email
  • Bandwidth
  • SSL Certificate

List Of Hostings:

  • Siteground
  • BlueHost
  • WP Engine
  • Flywheel
  • Hostinger
  • GreenGeeks
  • Nexcess
  • Kinsta
  • Scala Hosting
  • Cloudways

Let’s get Started:


One of the many advantages of SiteGround is how simple it is to set up. This is one of the three Hostings recommended by WordPress, and while they are quite affordably priced, they are not the cheapest option available. The cheapest Hosting provider out there is Hostinger, which I will discuss later in this post. So make sure to tune in for Hostinger, but let’s get back to SiteGround first. SiteGround is quite trustworthy. There are certain advantages of SiteGround considering its better uptime of over 99.99%, lightning-fast servers, and free SSL certificate that essentially makes your website safer. One drawback is that, despite being reasonably priced, it still has mid-tier pricing, and as I already mentioned, there are Hosting companies that offer lower prices. Another drawback of SiteGround is that there are plan limitations. If you intend to host a lot of videos or extremely large images on your website, SiteGround might not be the best choice for you. Nevertheless, they do offer gigabytes and gigabytes of storage, which should be sufficient for 99% of users. Nevertheless, you should be aware of this.

  • From: $2.99 / month
  • Traffic allowed: 10,000 visits/month
  • Uptime: 99.94%
  • Load time: 0.95s
  • Overall: 5 / 5

Blue Host:

BlueHost is another great option and fantastic Hosting provider that cost a little bit more than Hostinger at 295 per month you’re getting 50 gigabytes of SSD storage unmetered bandwidth which you guys all know what that means and a free SSL certificate and domain registration but the SSL certificate and domain registration are only free for the ist year after that you have to pay for both the SSL and the domain so a bit of downside at least you’re getting the first year free but another Hosting provides offer free SSL certificates indefinitely so that’s another cost that you’re gonna have to take into account. unfortunately with BlueHost, you don’t get site backups either now BlueHost is one of the most popular Hosting providers out there they did this by being one of the first companies to have an affiliate program so you had a bunch of people like social media influencers, YouTubers or Bloggers promoting their services. This caused their popularity to grow exponentially since they were one of the first. BlueHost is also one of the three Hosting providers officially recommended by WordPress so that’s also something to keep in mind now if you’re looking to get started with BlueHost but you want to start off small and just pay for a month or something like that rather than 12 or 36 months then you’re out of luck. BlueHost only offers 12 and 36 months Hosting plans. unlike many of the other Hosting companies where you can choose a shorter package. one thing I’ve noticed is that their service has also gotten a bit slower for websites nowadays and I think it’s just because of how big the companies have gotten. Keep in mind the larger a company gets many times can reflect how quickly they can get back to a simple customer service request as well.

  • From: $2.75 / month
  • Traffic allowed: unmetered
  • Uptime: 99.97%
  • Load time: 1.1s
  • Overall: 4/ 5

WP Engine:

With the help of the WP engine, you can easily migrate your site from old hosting. It will give you Free SSL features. WP Engine support system is 24*7 In the working phase I personally try it, if you are facing any problem they help you install and resolve your problem asap. It will help you test the performance of pages on your site.

In terms of pricing WP Engine has 4 Hosting plans and this totally depends upon your personal needs. This includes Startup, Growth, Scaler, and Custom. The best feature of WP Engine is 60 Day Money Back Guarantee you can try it without any risk. Now I will say that in terms of pricing for these plans WP Engine definitely falls on the higher scale of things. It definitely takes more investment as compared to some other web server hosting out there. The plus point is this is truly an excellent web hosting service building your website is super easy and super convenient.

With all of these conveniences comes a custom control panel. Now if you’ve done web development in the past you may be familiar with cPanel but the WP engine actually uses what’s called the WP Engine User Portal.

  • From: $19.00 / month
  • Traffic allowed: 25,000 visits/month
  • Uptime: 100%
  • Load time: 1.13s
  • Overall: 4 / 5


I Flywheel is a managed hosting service. It has great features and let’s go through some of the features, so the very first feature is the dashboard you get when you sign up for this service, as you can see here this is where all your websites are listed. The one thing I like about this is you can go into each and every website here and it has its own sub-features there.

It contains a backup option in which you can see the backups which are happening on a daily basis. You can also do your own backups if you need to. You can invite someone as a collaborator if you are facing any reviews regarding your sites.

There are some drawbacks of flywheel like they only provide hosting so when it comes to domain registration then you need to buy it from some other sites. And the second one is they don’t offer personal email facilities. You can’t get emails connected to your sites. You need to use some external email provider like Google.

  • From: $13.00 / month
  • Traffic allowed: 5,000 visits/month
  • Uptime: 100%
  • Load time: 0.62s
  • Overall: 4 / 5


It’s time to talk about one of the most famous web hosts on the internet. Hostinger is the cheapest hosting on the list. It starts from $1.99 and it gives you overall great storage of 30 GB, one professional mail, and free SSL. you can easily connect to their support team. They are 24/7 available for their users. There are several things like plugin and core update hosting that do it themselves. Hostinger uses LiteSpeed Cache and has it pre-configured to increase the speed of the site. You can also buy a domain along with hosting, for one website. Hostinger offers a 30-day money-back guarantee to their customers if you are not satisfied with their services they will refund the money you pay for purchasing hosting.

They offer a one-click wordpress installation feature, Optimization of the eCommerce website, and auto script installer.

  • From $1.99 / month
  • Traffic allowed: 100 GB of bandwidth
  • Uptime: 99.86%
  • Load time: 1.09s
  • Overall: 3 / 5

Important Terms while choosing the best wordpress hosting

  • Single site vs Multisite: you just need to check how many sites your hosting plan offers you to connect under one hosting.
  • Customer Support: Your wordpress hosting has great customer support so that they help you whenever you need it most of the time. Some customers don’t reply when you need them.
  • Site Migration: You just need to check if the web hosting you are going to purchase provides you site migration feature.
  • Speed. Website speed also plays an important role in choosing the best wordpress hosting.
  • Security: Security is the essential part of any website, if your website is not secure then there is high data leakage and hacking. So go with the hosting which provides you best security.



MarTech’s email marketing experts to follow


MarTech's email marketing experts to follow

E-post marknadsföring isn’t easy. There are so many moving parts — personalization, permissions, frequency, readability, mail transfer agents, engagement, sender reputation, segmentation and much, much more. A mistake on any one of these and it doesn’t matter how good the rest are. Worse yet, today’s mistake may have been yesterday’s right thing to do. 

To help you, we’ve put together de list of email marketers who always know the best practices and latest developments. This is who you have to follow if you don’t want your email campaigns getting left behind.

In alphabetical order, they are:

Jen Capstraw

With more than 20 years of experience in digital marketing, Jen has done it all. Her understanding of business and email has fueled her desire to help others, most notably as president and co-founder of Women of Email, an association of 8,000+ aimed at promoting leadership and cultivating professional growth among kvinnor in the email space. In addition to being founder and fractional evangelist for the Idea Empire consultancy, she is co-host and co-creator of the popular Humans of Email podcast. Catch up with her latest writings, videos, webinars and more here.

Justine Jordan

“In a thousand years, I never thought I’d make a career out of email marketing,” Justine writes on her website, “but I can’t imagine it any other way. Dare I say it’s ‘been a blast’?” Her first email marketing job with ExactTarget (now Salesforce Marketing Cloud) got her hooked on the data-centered rationale behind email design. From there she went on to be CMO at Help Scout, the Email Experience Council’s 2015 Email Marketer Thought Leader of the Year, VP of Marketing at Litmus and now head of marketing at Wildbit. 

Dan Oshinsky

Dan has gone from innovating the news to innovating newsletters and email. He started out in journalism creating a channel for long form news and the Tools For Reporters newsletter. He went from there to director of newsletters for BuzzFeed and The New Yorker magazine. He runs the email consultancy InBox Collective and publishes the appropriately named NotANewsletter. It’s “a monthly, semi-comprehensive, Google Doc-based guide to sending better emails” with 9,000+ subscribers.

Kath Pay

Hard to say which accomplishment Kath is best known for. It could be because she’s founder and CEO of Holistic Email Marketing? Perhaps. Or because she’s the author of the best-selling “Holistic Email Marketing: A practical philosophy to revolutionize your business and delight your customers.” Very possible. Or because she is a world-renowned speaker and trainer. Or possibly because she was named one of the top 50 email marketers in the world by Vocus. She is certainly well-known for the many popular articles she’s written for MarTech. Read her blog here.

Ryan Phelan

Ryan is truly an old-hand at email marketing. The co-founder of and managing partner RPEOrigin, he has more than two decades of global marketing leadership for high-growth SaaS and Fortune 250 companies. He knows email from the big picture to the latest coding trends. That’s why he is Chairman Emeritus of the Email Experience Council Advisory Board. A popular and frequent MarTech writer, you can also read his personal blog here.

Dela Quist

Dela is internationally renowned for his innovative use of data analysis to challenge myths and preconceptions in email marketing. He is a true pioneer in the field who began using email as a marketing channel back in the 1990s. Today he is founder and CMO of Alchemy Worx, an audience management agency specializing in email marketing, SMS marketing, and paid social. And one other thing, he was the ANA Email Experience Council’s 2022 Email Marketing Thought Leader of the Year.

Elliot Ross

Currently the technology evangelist MessageBird, Elliot loves to help other email marketers. He is managing director/founder Look at Action Rocket, the creative studio for emailers, where he is managing director and founder. He’s also CEO and co-founder of Taxi for Email, an app that helps marketers make better email. He hosts of EmailTalks podcast and is a regular conference speaker on email design. Even with all that he appears to have some spare time, which he spends as member of the Best Practice Hub of the DMA Email Council. 

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Constantine von Hoffman

Constantine von Hoffman är chefredaktör för MarTech. En veteranjournalist, Con har bevakat affärer, ekonomi, marknadsföring och teknik för CBSNews.com, Brandweek, CMO och Inc. Han har varit stadsredaktör för Boston Herald, nyhetsproducent på NPR, och har skrivit för Harvard Business Review, Boston Magazine, Sierra och många andra publikationer. Han har också varit en professionell ståuppkomiker, hållit föredrag på anime- och spelkongresser om allt från My Neighbor Totoro till historien om tärningar och brädspel, och är författare till den magiska realistiska romanen John Henry the Revelator. Han bor i Boston med sin fru Jennifer och antingen för många eller för få hundar.


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