If you choose to use the WordPress content management system, then you’re going to need to choose a host. This host is basically who manages your website. Choosing a managed WordPress hosting service ensures your site is up and active 24/7, is secure, fast, and supported. However, choosing a perhaps cheaper, or maybe even do-it-yourself option presents several risks and downsides.
So, with this in mind, this blog post will discuss the pros and cons of managed WordPress hosting, helping you make the right decision for your business.
Managed WordPress hosting is quick & secure
For starters, managed WordPress hosting is quick and secure. To put it simply, you know what you’re getting. As opposed to other *cheaper options out there, there’s virtually no risk involved with your monthly or annual investment.
Managed WordPress hosting is fast and secure, with dedicated servers exclusively hosting your (and other) websites. The improved site speed will simultaneously improve user experience, not to mention security.
It can be expensive
Not all dedicated website hosting is super expensive. However, dedicated hosting, in general, is more expensive than regular WordPress hosting. But this is to be expected. If you’re ready to commit to your website, then you can spare no expense – ensuring your website is accessible any time of day.
This is a crucial factor when it comes to landing more clients, receiving more search traffic, and ultimately, taking your business to the next level.
Managed WordPress hosting provides much fewer (if any) problems
Second, to last, managed WordPress hosting provides much fewer issues. For example, there should be little to no maintenance, no unexpected downtime, and fewer surprises along the way. To run a business and a website that is steady, you must remove all unreliable and below-par variables. Therefore, we strongly recommend dedicated hosting!
Expert support available
Finally, when you choose managed hosting, you will benefit from expert support. Whether you are working with a web developer or directly with a hosting provider, there will be help available when you need it.
For example, if your website is unexpectedly down or running slower than usual, you can ask for support. This saves you time, resources, and energy that would be required to diagnose and then fix the problem yourself.
As you have likely discovered in this article, there are numerous reasons why you should consider managed WordPress hosting. In our opinion, it is definitely worth the investment.
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