Best Web Hosting For Wordpress 2019

Hosting for WordPress Website – Best Web Hosting For WordPress 2019

Best Web Hosting For WordPress 2019

Hosting for WordPress Website

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Want the best web hosting for wordpress? Get A Discount Below!
1. Siteground: ( 70% OFF Discount)
2. GreenGeeks
3. Namehero – (Exclusive 38% OFF Discount)
4. Hostpapa
5. A2Hosting (51% Discount)
6. Liquid Web (Use Code Darrel35 For 35% OFF 3 Months!)
7. Bluehost
8. WP-Engine ( Use code wpe3free for 10% off 3 months!)
9. Godaddy:
10. Hostinger
11. Media Temple
13. InMotionHosting
14. HostGator
15. TMDHosting ( Use Darrel626 For 7% OFF )
16. Ipage

In this video, i fully test ALL web hosting providers to bring you the best web hosting for your wordpress website! Hopefully by now you have enough information on what you need for switching to some of the best web hosting companies. I fully tested each web hosting and i was very surprised by the web hosting results.

I used this free plugin to monitor my hosting

i also used manage wp to watch the uptime for each web hosting

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26 thoughts on “Hosting for WordPress Website – Best Web Hosting For WordPress 2019

  1. I would NOT recommend siteground! Yes they are cheap but their tech support is horrible AND they have discontinued their live chat support. Can't get 2 sites we migrated over to them to work right yet! I guess you get what you pay for!

  2. Hi Darrel,
    I have seen this video for the very firs time and I was very much impressed the way you explained each and every hosting.
    Based on your reviews – I have purchase hosting from namehero "Turbo CLoud" – shared hosting plan for 3 years.
    I am a beginner to this blogging world and I would like you to guide me on how do I proceed in my career.
    Awaiting your response.

  3. Useful post. Think the advertising on wpengine is misleading, been with them 2 months. They state seamless migration – a big no from me there. I was on wordpress premium and wanted to upgrade to something swish where traffic was more important relative to cost to promote my latest publication. I know its possible to get paid advertising to improve traffic, have done in the past, and when they started saying '25,000 visits' I took that at face value to mean that. I find that they meant '25,000 capacity' think they should make that clearer. I think this a case for mis-selling. In fairness my site is much slicker now but they leave you to fight your way through with assistance rather than get things sorted from the get go.

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