Manage WordPress is where the hosting company looks after your website. The hosting company’s staff takes the time to make sure your website is optimized, installed properly and focus on performance to help you. They remove any unnecessary resources, monitor the security and streamline the installation. Their focus in ongoing optimization of your website.
I have used Bluehost, LiquidWeb, Knownhost, A2 Hosting and Inmotion hosting over the years. I like Big Scoots the best. They have been the most helpful and currently host this website along with many of our real estate website clients.
What to Ask Hosting Companies About Managed WordPress?
What costs are involved?
Is there a monthly plan instead of a one year commitment?
How long is your money back guarantee?
How much RAM is allocated to my domain on a shared server?
What is the difference between the shared server and a virtual private server?
How does customer support work?
If you have a website, ask them if they will migrate your website to their server for free?
Do you have a way to install wordpress for free?
Managed WordPress Hosting Companies Comparison Chart
|Wordpress Hosting||Max Monthly Visitors|
|Migration||Customer Support||Starting Price|
|Big Scoots||250,000||Free||Yes||by Email||$34.95|
|Blue Host||Unlimited||Free||$149 for up to 5 websites||Phone, chat, email||29.95|
|Liquid Web||Unlimited||Phone, chat & ticket method||$99|
|WP Engine||25,000||Phone, chat, email||$35|
|Hostgator||Phone, chat, email||7.95|
|Siteground||250,000||Phone, chat, ticket method||$5.95|