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How is Pantheon not on this list. Not only is their workflow a lifesaver for development, but the platform itself is lightning fast and their support is good. I can use wp-cli, they include New Relic, and I get a nice report of any errors on the dashboard. Do it.
Hi Kesha, I’d go with an A2 Hosting VPS. For eCommerce you will also need an SSL certificate and A2 support the free Let’s Encrypt security certificates which makes it easy to go all https (mandatory for an ecommerce site).
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In terms of the best hosting for your site, it depends a bit on where you expect to be selling. I gather you’d like customers from all over the world, but you are using a .co.nz domain which really does flag it as a NZ site. If you expect NZ will be your main market then I’d go with a local host so that requests and traffic doesn’t have to traverse the globe…I would be tempted to go with WPNet.nz locally.
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GoDaddy has always been extremely helpful in helping me get my websites up and running. The Managed WordPress product has been the absolutely clutch, as I no longer have to maintain backups or worry about updates that may impact my sites’ performance.
That’s exactly how I feel – they seemed to have bombed over the last year or so. Also I’m getting really irritated with their marketing. I work in marketing and I know good marketing from bad and there’s is bad, pushing hard on scare tactics and crude pitching. For example the reason I’m here today looking at alternatives is the “Renew now or make a backup as your account is due to be deleted!” email I just got from them. My account isn’t due for renewal for another 2 months. They sent me a similar email a few months ago, nowhere near my due date. When I complained I was told, literally, that “You don’t have to renew if you don’t want to.” Yeah, thanks, f^ck you very much Bluehost. After 7 or 8 years with them I’ll take their advice and look elsewhere.
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My real cause of finally leaving them however is their deceptive charging tactics. They’ve charged me a week in advance for a service I did not want renewed, numerous times. I’ve turned off the renewals, but did not know of the hidden switches nested under a small link: billing -> billing settings. BTW, they have a renewal section under account where they have most services renewal status, just not the big costs… To resolve the issue, they offered me 30% off at the cost of double their competitive rate. ($15.95 instead of advertised $5.95). Sorry for being a long time customer, you should pay more.