Disclaimer: This history is slightly abridged. It’s been almost a year since we moved out website to Pagely from another hosting provider, so we wanted to share our experience and do an in-depth review. We’ve seen some other Pagely reviews out there, but as most of you already know, our reviews and recommendations are super thorough and data-driven. We don’t talk a whole lot about how products or services that we review make us feel, we talk about how they have (or haven’t) made our lives better. The mission of this article is to help you determine the pros and cons of hosting with Pagely. We will not fail. What is Pagely? For those of you who don’t already know, Pagely is a web host that specializes in hosting WordPress, and they do a damn fine job of it. They’re the only WordPress host I know of that has their entire platform built on top of Amazon Web Services, which is the same platform that Netflix and Amazon.com use, as well as thousands of other popular brands. A platform that can meet the demands of millions of people streaming the latest episode of Orange is the New Black at the same time is a great starting place when building out a web host. From there, Pagely has built a
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