If you want to create a new blog or website and want to run it on WordPress you will need a hosting plan from a provider. Currently, there are some great hosting providers who can offer reliable services at a cheaper cost. Bluehost, HostGator and SiteGround are one of them. In this article, I’m going to compare some of the top web hosting for WordPress.
WP Engine has just launched an automated migration plugin. This plugin will eliminate the complexity of migrating a website to WP Engine. In additional to the migration plugin they have also added a 20% discount to their hosting plans.
bluehost is now running a fourth of July special offer on hosting. You will be able to enjoy this special promotion rates on all bluehost hosting packages. Starting from July 1st their hosting prices are going down to $3.49/month.
Even though I host most of my videos on YouTube, there are several ways to upload and manage videos in WordPress. Video hosting becomes easier with a self-hosted WordPress blog (where you sign up with a web hosting company instead of hosting it for free).
WordPress.org is finally revamping their web hosting recommendation page. They were recommending only Bluehost, DreamHost and Laughing Squid for a very long time. But over the years many other companies started offering better hosting packages for WordPress. I believe this would be a good change for new and existing WordPress users.