Every WordPress website requires web hosting to store WordPress files and database. However, there are various types of hostings and multiple providers. This makes it very difficult for a beginner to select a proper hosting.
In this video, I discuss various types of web hosting available for your WordPress site.
This video is part of weekly mastermind for my members.
Types of web hosting:
Virtual Private Server (VPS)
Usually, for a new website, you should go for shared hosting. As your site is new, the traffic will be low in the beginning. Therefore to control the costs, it makes sense to go with shared hosting.
Shared hosting allows you to quickly set up your website without putting much burden on your pocket. You can quickly test your blog idea or website with shared hosting. And when you know you are getting a lot of traffic or your current hosting is unable to fulfil the demand, then you can go for other types.
If you know from the start you are going to get a high amount of traffic, then I will suggest either go for the Cloud hosting or Virtual private server (VPS).
And if you don’t want any headache of installing, managing and any other system-related task with WordPress, then go with a managed WordPress hosting. But, mind you, managed hosting costs a lost.
Of all the web hosting I have used, Siteground stands out. They have excellent infrastructure and good support.
You can purchase Siteground from this link.
If you want to go for cloud hosting, you can go for CloudWays. You can purchase CloudWays from this link.
And if you want to go for a managed hosting, then you can go for Kinsta. You can purchase Kinsta from this link.
You can check out the other tools I use for my business here.