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Web hosting is where your website is stored and from where it can be accessed by your visitors. If you have a WordPress site, you therefore need to find a quality and reliable host to take care of it. We’ve been paying close attention to the WordPress hosting space for a while now, making our own analysis, conducting surveys, and comparing some of the top WordPress hosts in the market.

Where Is WordPress Hosting Going? Better Prepare for Your Wix Experience 😱

wordpress hosting future

The WordPress hosting market is probably the fastest changing and most interesting space within the WordPress ecosystem. We regularly hear abstract ideas about “the market is becoming more competitive”, “larger players make it more difficult for small companies”, and “the market is maturing”; WordPress hosting is where all of this change is happening.

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The 3 Best E-Commerce Hosting Solutions Compared

Best E-Commerce Hosting Solutions Compared

Finding a decent web host is hard enough if you’re running a regular website – never mind if you’re looking for one that can power an online store. To make your life simpler, we took it upon ourselves to look for the some of the best e-commerce hosting solutions out there. (Hard data inside.)

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Bluehost Alternatives: Top 4 Options for WordPress Hosting

Bluehost Alternatives for WordPress

WordPress is both one of the easiest Content Management Systems (CMS) to use, and one of the most powerful. However, to unleash its full potential you need a good hosting provider – and while Bluehost may be popular, it might not be the best option for you. Here are the top Bluehost alternatives, and why you might want to try them out.

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5 of the Best WordPress Hosting UK Options Compared for 2019 🇬🇧

Best WordPress Hosting UK

If you’re an international website person, excuse the term, then you’re probably aware of the unique challenges that come when choosing the right WordPress hosting for your specific scenario. In other words, are the usual suspects of the WordPress hosting industry still a good choice if your audience isn’t in the US? More specifically, since it’s the topic of today, what if you’re looking for the best WordPress hosting in the UK? Are the SiteGrounds and WPEngines of this world still good for you?

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