xuanbinhco — 2014-07-28T16:46:49-04:00 — #1
I'm wondering whether to choose any hosting provider's good for wordpress?
I used to sell, but the products I have used many images about 3GB space and bandwidth around 50GB a month, you do know I'm okay sharing. thank you.
technobear — 2014-07-29T04:21:15-04:00 — #2
Have you read our "Five Steps to Find a Great Host" PDF? http://sitepoint-forums.s3.amazonaws.com/FiveStepstoFindaGreatHost.pdf
It contains good advice for working out your requirements in detail. I suggest you follow that, and post back with full details if you still require assistance.
dklynn — 2014-07-31T19:43:00-04:00 — #3
Once again, CMS's like WP, Joomla, Drupal, etc. require an excessive amount of CPU time for every request (unless you've done a lot of cacheing) so I'd recommend "specialty" accounts which cater to these CMS's with limited accounts per server and a greater percentage of CPU time.
Fortunately, I'm only aware of a single host which provides this type of account: http://www.webhostingbuzz.com/wordpress-hosting.php (for WP, see the bottom of the page at http://www.webhostingbuzz.com/ for Joomla, Magento, Drupal and E-Commerce). Note that I said "Fortunately" — that's because I've found WHB to be an outstanding host, i.e., good prices, up-to-date hardware and software and an incredible support staff. With servers in both the US and UK (http://webhostingbuzz.co.uk), you can target your visitors, too!
xuanbinhco — 2014-08-02T11:41:33-04:00 — #4
thank you for your help and advice hearted, I will review and choose the most suitable hosting.
gate2vn — 2014-08-03T08:37:50-04:00 — #5
Basically, WordPress can run anywhere. However, there are some managed WordPress hosting services that can manage your WordPress installations better, from infrastructure to application. Of course, it's more expensive than normal shared hosting, but you get peace-in-mind and just focus on your business.
It depends on what you want.
sumana12 — 2014-08-06T06:03:35-04:00 — #6
I strongly suggest that you look into the CPU usage, maybe there’s a plugin or something that is using too much. I would recommend Bluehost for hosting wordpress site. The only option for you is to spend more money and upgrade. A site like this would get suspended on pretty much any web host using anything other than VPS or dedicated.
jaagare — 2014-08-07T00:33:02-04:00 — #7
For most hosting companies this is nothing more but a marketing gimmick. But yes, there are some hosting companies focused on hosting specific CMS systems and theoretically they should do a better job of a proper load balancing, better speeds and better optimization of their hosting as its targeted towards a specific niche. But other than that not sure if practically there would be a huge difference between a good hosting system and one focused on a specific niche hosting. If any one has data pre focused hosting and post that hosting then we can definitely conclude if there is any difference.
wiredcom — 2014-08-11T22:11:11-04:00 — #8
Managed WordPress is what I would shoot for. Yes some companies use this as a marketing gimmick but there are companies that have truly mastered WordPress hosting like CloudOctane or MediaTemple or Flywheel the use of SSD Drives, Load Balancers and Varnish really push WordPress to something amazing.
mataylor — 2014-08-22T05:57:47-04:00 — #9
I recently did quite a bit of research on this to figure out which host was the best. To be honest, if you're comparing between the likes of WPengine, MediaTemple, and Rackspace then you can't really go wrong.
We went with MediaTemple from Bluehost and noticed significant improvements in page speed <snip/> Being a few weeks in, I'd highly recommend MediaTemple.
vanajareddy — 2014-08-22T10:16:34-04:00 — #10
I think bluehost is best for wordpress
xuanbinhco — 2014-08-22T10:18:35-04:00 — #11
i thing too
technobear — 2014-08-22T10:39:57-04:00 — #12
Thread closed, as it seems the OP has reached a decision.