Does your business rely on having a website up and running 24/7? Do you find yourself short on time? Wish you didn’t have to worry about keeping WordPress and plugins up to date or maintaining backups? There’s no secret to deciding which hosting option is right for you. It’s more about your needs and wants than anything else. We will help you to make your perfect choice. What Is Shared Hosting? For a long time, shared hosting was the de facto standard. You’d have to look hard, and be willing to shell out significant money, to move up the hosting ladder. In the early days of WordPress, you even had to make sure your host was capable of running what has now become the world’s most popular CMS. These days, shared hosting is still the more common and least expensive WordPress hosting option. Shared hosting companies include the likes of GoDaddy, HostGator, Namecheap, and hundreds more. To make matters even more confusing, there are also differences between shared hosting providers – a common one being cPanel access or the ability to use phpMyAdmin. Across the board, shared hosting is the cheaper of the two options – but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the right choice for you, as it
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