How To Choose Between Unmanaged Vs Managed WordPress Hosting?
To be successful online today, you need to juggle several actions: starting with WordPress hosting, carry out content creation and its marketing on different platforms, including social media. All this can quickly become overwhelming and very stressful.
Today, I’ll tell you how to get started with WordPress hosting and the reasons for choosing managed hosting instead of unmanaged (or traditional) hosting. Remember that picking the right hosting is an important decision that will affect the performance of your website.
Know Your Hosting Needs
You will never get the right web hosting provider without knowing what you need. So, before you go any further, put everything aside, and think about what you need.
What type of website are you building? Want something familiar (a WordPress blog, maybe)? Do you have specific support requirements? Does your website need 24/7 expert support? How large (or small) can the volume of web traffic be?
These are some of the basic questions you need to answer yourself. You don’t only have to consider what you offer, but also what you may want or need.
This reasoning eventually comes down to a very simple fact. How many resources will your website need? If you are launching a personal blog or a small or medium-sized website, it is unlikely that you will require additional features.
If you run corporate websites or e-commerce stores, you may need a WordPress server that can scale up and handle a larger volume of traffic. For these websites, managed hosting plans are a great fit since they are scalable and can handle traffic spikes better than other options.
To help you choose the right hosting for your WordPress website, I will now explain the fundamental differences between unmanaged hosting and managed hosting.
Unmanaged WordPress Hosting
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