Managed WordPress hosting seems to be an increasingly competitive arena these days — which, from a customer’s point of view, is absolutely superb! There’s the ever-popular and altogether awesome WPEngine (a very well-established WordPress-specific hosting provider offering a wide range of hosting packages for a diverse range of different clients), Pagely (a company targeting mainly larger, enterprise-size clients), Kinsta (very much the new-kids on the block — and again, seemingly targeting mainly enterprise-level clients), SiteGround (an excellent hosting provider with a wide range of extremely-affordable managed WordPress plans for smaller sites) and one other I’ve had my eye on for a while now: Flywheel. As mentioned in a previously published post, Flywheel are differentiating themselves from the crowd by aiming their services primarily at designers, agencies and creatives — offering a number of exciting new services that can’t (to my knowledge) be found elsewhere, such as free demo sites, client-billing transfer and a re-imagined sftp system specifically made to simplify the workflows of web designers and developers. Additionally, they also offer an incredibly easy to use — and
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