Which Managed WordPress Hosting Plan Is Right for Me?
Managed WordPress hosting is ideal for small business owners, startups, and solopreneurs. Because when you choose a managed WordPress hosting provider, you’re suddenly able to offload tasks that a small team was most likely handling in-house. This redistribution allows you and your team to focus instead on more important things, i.e. growing your business and creating the best content.
A managed WordPress host will also offer higher security and performance levels since they optimize your WordPress website from a server level. This means you and/or your pro IT team won’t need to stress if, let’s say, there’s a sudden traffic spike due to a recent product promotion. With managed WordPress hosting, all that backend optimization is gloriously handled for you.
If you’re currently looking for the affordable managed WordPress hosting option, look no further than Namecheap’s very own cloud hosting platform, EasyWP. Delivering outstanding value to its users, EasyWP offers a super-quick installation time (30 seconds, to be exact), reliability, performance, the aforementioned cloud technology, and more. While these attractive features are often associated with expensive managed WordPress hosting,
Starter Managed WordPress from EasyWP begins at just $3.88 per month, with the first month only $1.00.
And, it gets better. If you already host your WordPress website on EasyWP or have a registered Namecheap domain name, you can now add the Supersonic CDN tool to your account, free of charge. What’s CDN, you might ask? Short for content delivery network, CDN is EasyWP’s cutting-edge tool that your WordPress website deserves, giving your users 68% faster access to your website content. Not only does it apply to your web pages but also HD videos, audio material, and more.
True Managed WordPress hosting makes the hosting side of things almost entirely invisible. Your WordPress website scales as the number of visitors grows. Thanks to the underlying cloud technology platform, it won’t go down, either. Forget worrying about PHP versions or spending a lot of time on extensive technical training. Time is money and managed WordPress inherently understands this by eliminating the middleman (aka the regular backend of hosting).
Ultimately, whatever option you decide to go with, you definitely won’t be disappointed with managed WordPress hosting.