Best Web Host For WordPress Site

by Ed Tsunoda on May 5, 2014

If you’re searching the internet for the best web hosting for your WordPress site, you’ve undoubtedly already discovered there is a ton of competition for your eyeballs, and most of it is pretty thinly veiled attempts to get you to click on a link that the author gets a kick back from.

It works like this. I write an article about a specifc type of web hosting need – like say WordPress bloggers who know they have out grown wordpress.com, but aren’t sure what the best type of web hosting for WordPress is. Then, I insert a link into the text, like this: I recommend WiredTree for WordPress web hosting, click here to check out their web page.

When you click that link, WiredTree knows I referred you, and I’m laying all this out, because I want you to know that I get a kick back, and that I WANT WiredTree to know I’m promoting their product, because I actually use it and believe in their product.

I believe that if you have sensitive personal e-mail, or you count on your web site for your income, but you can’t install Apache on a linux box because you’re not a network administrator, you better have a managed service for your web hosting. You better have some kind of pro-active security plan. You better have automated daily backups. You better have someone watching your server for attacks and updating and patching your software.

And I believe WiredTree does an exceptional job of this.

Unless you have some kind of gigantic resource of photos or music or something else that requires a lot of storage, you’re going to want to look at SSD hosting and Hybrid/Cloud hosting, because without the need for a lot of storage, which can get pricey in SSD,  there’s no reason not to enjoy the flexibility, speed, redundancy and security of the pure SSD environment.

WiredTree offers a great selection of flexible plans that allow you to go pure SSD, or if you do need a lot of storage, SSD assisted, you can start with a VPS with a single GB of RAM and shared CPU resources, and scale all the way up to a managed hybrid server with multiple CPUs and 16GB of RAM without ever going off line. You’re not locked into a single plan dimension, you can ala carte and extra GB of RAM, or TB of bandwidth.

They offer a unique blend of state of the art technology, unparalleled proactive security, managed services, and redundancy at value prices that start at $49/mo for Managed Virtual Private Servers, to $109 for an entry managed hybrid server, and custom dedicated boxes.

I don’t just recommend them, I use them for our sites.

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