WP Hosting Explained: Shared vs VPS vs Dedicated vs Managed

WP Hosting Explained: Shared vs VPS vs Dedicated vs Managed



The 4 main types of WordPress Hostings are Shared, VPS, Dedicated and Managed.➡ Managed WP Hosting ➡ Start 14-Day Free Trial➡

With all these options available, which one is the most suitable for your website? 🤔Let’s find out together.

This video explores all the advantages and disadvantages of the WordPress Hosting types mentioned above.

Use the following timestamps to skip to the part you prefer to learn more about:

00:33 Shared Hosting
03:52 VPS (Virtual Private Server) Hosting
05:56 Dedicated Hosting
08:07 Managed WordPress Hosting

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In the comments below ⬇️let us know which hosting type you prefer the most and why?

19 thoughts on “WP Hosting Explained: Shared vs VPS vs Dedicated vs Managed

  1. Literally this is the first time a gave my 100 % attention to anything. Man, wish I had teachers like this in my school. I'll be next Albert Einstein. Btw, great explanation

  2. The best hosting is this because it is special and it has great offers that made me give it a try and I didn't regret it
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  3. Of course I would find a bunch of thirsty dudes in the comment lmao. With that said, anyone who runs a serious business should at least have VPS hosting. I couldn't be happier with mine, sites load super quick.

  4. Hetzner gives you the cheapest VPS' with the cost of $2.93 (20TB bandwidth, 1 CPU, 2GB RAM, 20GB SSD), which is ridiculously cheap and they're not bad at all. I can run Gitea self-hosted service on it with great performance. This is the best option out there available for an average application. P.S. And definitely Linux and you want to do basically everything the same for VPS as for a dedicated server, the fact that it's isolated doesn't eliminate maintenance burden 🙂

  5. this is super helpful, I was so confused between shared and vps. first time I heard of your company? when did your business start?

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