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We’re super-excited to present the results of the 2016 WPShout Hosting Review! The Hosting Review is an annual survey we conduct that gathers honest, unbia
The result almost similar to previous one. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel. Digital Ocean finally came up. SiteGround is listed as Popular. And just know if the likes of BlueHost, HostGator and some others are owned by one “Large” Group. And should be avoid, agreed.
A complete, up-to-date resource on Managed WordPress Hosting. Everything you need to know in one spot. No affiliate links, so you know it’s honest.
A very complete guide. WP Engine, Kinsta and Flywheel are the top three here. SiteGround only categorized as Second Tier.
This is your guide to finding the best WordPress hosting company for your startup. Less technical hassle, more time to work on your ideas.
WP Engine and SiteGround mentioned here.
All about SiteGround review. Two points: free migration and excellent support.
Not going to use any Managed WordPress hosting, at least for now. But it’s a good recommendation for the future.
A compilation of hosting things. Most of these speaks similar things, that is choosing between Shared Hosting, Managed WordPress, and VPS.
Total 3 articles.
The aim of this article is to compare shared and managed WordPress hosting. If you’ve come across these terms before but aren’t yet clear on a few things, like: What are the benefits of managed WordPress hosting? Is it worth the added cost? Is it worth switching and who are the top hosts?
This is related to this post. Pretty comprehensive explanation.
This is Part 3. Total 7 articles.