Over the years, we have helped thousands of users and have heard every hosting related question imaginable. Here are the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about managed WordPress hosting.
The C-Panel interface is relatively easy to use, although it’s near impossible to find your name servers – which are not the same for every package you subscribe to. That’s not a problem if your domains are registered with them, but I work with clients who have already registered domains using other services.
Go to https://ca.godaddy.com/, log in to “My account” and choose Managed WordPress Hosting from your list of products. Type http://coolexample.com/wp-admin, where coolexample.com is your domain name, and that will take you directly to the Admin login screen.
Bluehost’s servers are fast and stable up until a certain point. When our websites began to exceed 30,000 visits per month, we noticed more downtime and a decrease in page loading speed. Unless you’re willing to pay for Bluehost’s dedicated servers, their service isn’t built for high-traffic sites.
Sounds good? Not so fast. The devil is in the details, and the details can be found in the hosting provider’s terms of service (TOS). Luckily for all of us, pretty much every TOS says the same thing: you can’t abuse their servers.
Founded in 1997 by four friends from their college dorm, DreamHost has been around from the very beginning and continues to thrive as one of the largest independants, serving upwards of 1.5M sites and applications online.
For the uninitiated, it can seem like all hosting plans are the same — in fact, it can sometimes look as if the cheap plans are the best since they come with more promises: unlimited bandwidth, storage, email inboxes, and so on.
Maybe you should try x10hosting, they offer a free site with nice features, the handicap is they have a list of allowed countries for their service so you should check if they are allowing your country.
InMotion hosting has been a well-known industry brand with reliable performance for business class hosting. With award winning technical support and 99.9% uptime, they are a user favorite. Their unmatched U.S. based support is always there to help. InMotion Hosting’s WordPress Hosting is optimized for active bloggers and offers great scalability for your blog’s growth. They’re offer our users an exclusive 57% off + free domain and free SSL.
But, once the migration is complete and the everything is settled down, there is no denying that EIG run a very tight ship and have excellent infrastructure. The performance testing proves it with all the EIG hosts performing very well. Hosts like Bluehost also offer excellent 24/7 phone and chat support and the vast majority of customers are very happy, so when we see them delivering excellent technical performance and service at a very competitive price we don’t hesitate to recommend them for bloggers and small businesses. And of course we also recommend other cheap shared hosting options like the very excellent Siteground, who is independent and also very very good.
Based strictly on the performance data from each webhost, there were three hosts that really stood out in the group. Each of the following hosts had an average page load time of below one second throughout the entire course of the test, all the way to 50 concurrent users. Stay tuned for the next update where we re-evaluate all of these options and add many more.
The plan we’ve tested here is called Personal, and it’s the entry-level plan with WP Engine. As part of it, you’re allowed to have 1 WordPress install, and it can handle up to 25,000 visits a month, so probably more than enough for most new websites.
Reseller web hosting: allows clients to become web hosts themselves. Resellers could function, for individual under any combination of these listed types of hosting, depending on who they are affiliated with as a reseller. Resellers’ accounts may vary tremendously in size: they may have their own virtual dedicated server to a colocated server. Many resellers provide a nearly identical service to their provider’s shared hosting plan and provide the technical support themselves.
Did you make these mistakes in choosing web hosting; thinking that all web hosts are the same, taking cheaper to mean better, and believing that ‘unlimited’ hosting is a must? You know how people got so confused about choosing web hosting companies because there are so many out there and it can be a very time consuming task to find which company offers the best service and value-for-money deal? The truth is, not all web hosting are created equal. Each has their own advantages and disadvantages.
So what I’m trying to say here, if you’re no good with technicalities and you always depend with technical supports, I advice you not to use A2Hosting, because I promise you, their chat supports can’t help you with your urgent needs, you need to wait for your ticket to be taken care of by specialists.
One thing I’ll grant you is that EIG doesn’t have a great track record at integrating newly acquired hosts. As far as I can tell, the way it goes is an independent host carves out a niche for themselves by focusing on a specific market and offering a great product and service. EIG buys them, and keeps the brand in market, but moves all the customers over to their infrastructure. Inevitably this doesn’t go as smoothly as anyone would like so a lot of people get rightly annoyed and make complaints, and they are totally warranted. This seems to happen every time (I recall this with Site5 and A Small Orange quite recently).