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Test Drive EasyWP Turbo for Free

We’re excited to announce the launch of Managed WordPress free trials. For a limited time, you can experience the benefits of EasyWP Turbo, a recently upgraded plan now featuring SSL, for free. 

For those unfamiliar with EasyWP, it’s managed hosting optimized for WordPress, making it incredibly easy (and affordable) to run a WordPress website. Did we mention that it’s also the fastest managed WordPress hosting available? 

We’re proud of our hosting wizardry. While we can talk at length about the merits of EasyWP through charts, graphs, and fascinating data points (of which there are many). Sometimes, you just want to try something out and see for yourself. So, If you’re curious about EasyWP Turbo, you can try it now, for free, for 30 days. Take a look at what’s on offer first… 

Welcome to the Best Managed WordPress Experience 

WordPress is the number one choice to get sites started for good reason, but setting it up can be tricky when you don’t know how or are pushed for time. If you’ve never purchased managed hosting, you’re in for a treat. While you test-drive our features and performance, we take over the more tricky and tedious parts of website admin and maintenance for you: 

  • We automatically install WordPress for you and take any potential friction out of running a WordPress website. 
  • No more awkward controls, instead you get an easy-to-use dashboard. 
  • Use a free EasyWP temporary domain name to set up your account if you need it — just add an official domain later, from Namecheap or any other provider.
  • And… a whole lot more.
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Get More with EasyWP Turbo

Behind every successful WordPress website, there’s great web hosting. With so many options available in the market, your best bet is a WordPress host that offers value for money in terms of resources and extras like an SSL certificate while benefiting from the best speed and performance. That’s what sets EasyWP Turbo apart from the competition. 

EasyWP Turbo is the next step up from the entry-level EasyWP Starter plan. In addition to the usual EasyWP benefits described above, Turbo includes the following features for growing websites:

SSL to show visitors you’re trustworthy

These days, all websites need an SSL certificate. What this does is swap your HTTP domain to secure HTTPS. The extra ‘S’ shows you’re authentic and provides extra security for your visitors. It’s also a positive ranking signal in Google Search.

Extra resources to grow

With EasyWP Turbo, you get the resources to handle more visitors with the best possible performance. The disks we use are SSD. This guarantees a much higher service speed, a feature that many other providers do not have.

Honest WordPress pricing

All three EasyWP plans are excellent value for money. And that’s before you consider the price for renewals, which is often the sting in the tail of low-cost web hosting.

EasyWP Turbo costs $7.88 per month unless you pay $44.88 upfront for a full year (which equates to $3.74 per month – a 52% discount), and when it’s time to renew — our prices remain the same. 

On the other hand, GoDaddy’s comparable plan, starts at $9.99 per month and renews for $14.99. So you’re expected to pay 33% more to continue using the same service with them.  You won’t find any such hidden surprises with EasyWP pricing.

90 Seconds to Set Up WordPress and Start Publishing

Start your free trial in three simple steps:

  1. To get started, follow this link and click ‘Try for Free’  
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  1. Follow the steps to sign up to Namecheap (Namecheap accounts to connect to EasyWP). Then we can set up your website — it takes less than 90 seconds
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  1. Now your WordPress site is live, start publishing for free. No payment needed
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While trying out your new hosting plan, you’ve our full support. If you have any questions, contact our knowledgeable Support Team. They’re available around the clock to help you.

30 Days of Freedom

You‘ve got a whole month to make a difference to where you are and where you want to be online. From a blog or an e-commerce store to an online business, you can get any of these things set up and running with 30 days of free hosting. 

Whether you’re a WordPress pro or new to the game, we’ve got tips, tricks, and how-to’s to support your development. If you’re taking your first steps, you might want to look at ‘How to get started with WordPress’ if you’ve never built an online business before, here’s something with your name on it: ‘Using WordPress to start a new business.’ 

If you’re familiar with WordPress, skip the how-to’s, we’ve got everything you need to keep your WordPress site running successfully, from developing your personal brand to keeping your business secure.

Who Should Go For An EasyWP Turbo Free Trial?

Just like our hosting plans, the EasyWP free trial is for anyone and everyone: 

  • Existing users – when you’re not satisfied with your current web host, you can opt to host a free trial from us, risk-free, then migrate if you’re satisfied
  • Explorers – anyone interested in checking out the unique features of EasyWP
  • Upgrader – If you plan to move your existing website to another host for a growing audience and unsure which plan is right for you.
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Experience Life in the Fast Lane — No Strings

Have you ever tried something new only to end up underwhelmed, disappointed, and out of pocket? Like when you finally get a reservation at a hyped new restaurant, but the food was mediocre. Then you’re hit with a bill for an unmemorable experience. 

This is precisely what we want to avoid with our free trial. Here’s your chance to experiment without fear and see for yourself why EasyWP is the best-managed WordPress hosting for you. So, be our guest and enjoy your trial — risk-free. We’ll only ask for credit card information after you’ve had a full 30 days to make up your mind, and only if you choose to continue. And then it’s just $7.88 per month to stay with us.

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