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For anyone who wants to create a website using WordPress, the array of hosting options can be bewildering: shared, virtual private server, cloud, dedicated server, and an abundance of other designations that are largely marketing jargon. But there’s another way to break down WordPress hosting aside from thinking about its hardware configuration, and it’s one that will have a greater impact on the experience of novice WordPress users.


WordPress hosting India takes care of everything for you, from the installation of WordPress and its plugins to backup management and security. That sounds good, but it comes at a price. In order to offer a consistent experience to users and keep support costs down, WordPress.com imposes strict limitations on site configuration and monetization options, which is fine if you just want to throw up a blog, but it’s not ideal if you want to generate income and have control over content. Managed WordPress hosting takes care of the configuration, optimization, and security of your WordPress installation without limiting your freedom. For the vast majority of businesses and bloggers, managed hosting is the best option.

What it offers:


Because of its enormous popularity, WordPress sites are prey to every hacker who makes a living causing misery for webmasters. WordPress itself isn’t inherently insecure relative to other content management systems, but it is the number one target because millions of sites use WordPress. Managed hosting will take care of securing your server and your WordPress installation so that you don’t have to worry so much about security. Unless you’re experienced with server management, WordPress, PHP, and MySQL, it’s probably not wise to go it alone.


A successful website is a fast website, and throwing your WordPress installation onto a generic shared hosting account isn’t going to get you the best possible performance. Managed WordPress hosting providers have the expertise to make sure that WordPress performs at its best. Again, this is something you could do yourself, but the learning curve is steep.


Unmanaged hosting accounts give you a spot on a server and some bandwidth. The hosting company will support you so far as that goes, but if you have WordPress specific problems, you’re going to have to figure out the solutions yourself. WordPress managed hosting providers provide WordPress support as part of the package.