Best Web Hosting For WordPress 2021



I FULLY Test Every Web Hosting Company and share the pros and cons for each here are my Results! Want the best web hosting for WordPress?

SiteGround
https://www.effectiveecommerce.com/besthosting2020

BlueHost
https://www.effectiveecommerce.com/bluehost

A2Hosting
https://www.effectiveecommerce.com/a2hosting

WPengine
https://www.effectiveecommerce.com/wpengine

Dreamhost
https://www.effectiveecommerce.com/dreamhost

Hostinger
https://effectiveecommerce.com/hostinger

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https://www.bluehost.com/hosting#pricing-cards

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In this video, I will introduce different web hosting sites and their advantages and disadvantages. This will help you determine which one is the best for your website.

SiteGround
Pros – It is recommended by WordPress and easy to set up. They provide fast and reliable service. Most importantly, they provide a free SSL Certificate.
Cons – It is not the cheapest option out there. Their data plan also comes with a limit when it comes to how much you can upload on the server.

Bluehost
Pros – It is also recommended by WordPress. They are one of the most popular hosting sites because they pay a high affiliate commission.
Cons – It is a bit overpriced.

GoDaddy
Cons – They are overpriced and there are no improvements in their product. It is fine for buying domain names only.

A2 Hosting
Pros – They have one of the fastest server times. Their price is also pretty decent.
Cons – They are not the most reliable among all these companies.

HostGator
Pros – This is a very popular hosting company. This is owned by the same parent company that owns Bluehost and they have similar features.
Cons – Unlike Bluehost, it is not recommended by WordPress.

WP Engine
Pros – They are one of the fastest and most reliable hosting sites. They also provide the best customer support.
Cons – It is 10x more expensive than the other companies.

InMotion
Cons – Their Uptime and Seed is mediocre. They are also expensive.

Hostinger
Pros – One of the cheapest hosting sites out there. It is a great option for those with tight budgets.
Cons – You get what you pay for.

DreamHost
Pros – It is also recommended by WordPress like SiteGround and Bluehost.
Cons – It is more expensive than SiteGround and Bluehost with no added features.

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  2. What about GOOGLE? do they host websites? or for Domain Names?
    How do you get an email with your domain name? do you need to use Google? SHould you use Google?

  3. Hi there, Thanks for the valuable content!
    I have allredy bought two domains with GoDaddy😬. I'm not sure what to do now. I thought about switching to Bluehost maybe. Should I use those domains I have bought, or forget them.
    I'm not sure what to do. I really would've appreciated some help with this.

  4. What I hated about bluehost is that they say they sell you a monthly paid plan, say 4$/mo, and I fell for it and the next thing I know is that I was charged 140$ for it, it was a 36 month plan supposedly, but noone told me that you have to pay years upfront and after those years are done now they charge monthly.

    I think that's quite dirty, and disappointing

  5. Hello, Travis! I was thinking of starting my ecommerce business on a managed wordpress hosting platform then moving it to a managed ecommerce platform when it grows. Does that sound like a good idea to you?

  6. I have been trying to sign up with siteground but it`s telling me that their services are not available in my country. Does it mean that not all the countries can use siteground?
    pls help me out on this.

  7. Thanks for these suggestions I'll check them for sure. Btw I found out about Namecheap hosting and checked their wordpress hosting plans but they didn't have any specific plan that says wordpress ecommerce hosting/woocommerce hosting, they just have plans for wordpress hosting. Is this for static WB websites or will it work for online stores? I'm new to this and still researching.

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