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WordPress Hosting – The smarter way to host your website.

Create a better experience by improving your website speed up to 40% after migrating to our hosting. Faster page speeds will increase your Google rankings and will drive more traffic to your site.

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What is WordPress Hosting?

Website hosting services provide websites with the server space and resources required to deliver content online. There are four main types of hosting: shared, dedicated, VPS, and cloud.

However, since WordPress is the most popular CMS in the world, there’s an entire category (and industry) of WordPress hosting services designed explicitly for this CMS.

WordPress hosting plans should work seamlessly with all of the WordPress core software and other essential tools like plugins and themes. For example, a WordPress host may offer seamless installation of the CMS via a one-click installation process. It might also guide you through a WordPress-specific setup wizard and install specific plugins and tools.

Additionally, with this type of hosting, the servers are usually optimized for peak WordPress performance. The support team should also be particularly knowledgeable about this CMS.

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£ 35
00 Per Month
  • 20,000 Visits/mo
  • 5 GB Storage
  • 50 GB Bandwidth/mo


£ 55
00 Per Month
  • 25,000 Visits/mo
  • 5 GB Storage
  • 50 GB Bandwidth
  • Website Site Monitoring
  • Plugin Updates


£ 95
00 Per Month
  • 25,000 Visits/mo
  • 10 GB Storage
  • 50 GB Bandwidth
  • Website Site Monitoring
  • Global edge security
  • Plugin Updates
  • Website updates*

Why Choose Us

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Easy, free WordPress migration

Let our plugin do the heavy lifting and automatically migrate your site.

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Instant speed boost

Unlock faster speed with EverCache® and Global CDN.

WordPress technical experts

Troubleshoot in minutes with a 96% customer satisfaction score.

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Failsafe automation & security

Enjoy automated updates for plugins, WordPress, and PHP – plus DDoS protection.

BasicIntermediate Advanced
Visits / Month20,00025,00025,000
Local Storage5 GB10 GB10 GB
Bandwidth / Month50 GB50 GB50GB
Chat and phone supportchat only
Daily & on-demand backups
Free SSL and SSH
Dev, Stage, Prod Environments
Faster site speed with website caching
Threat blocking & security
Site content in the cloud (CDN)
Activity log & user permissions
Page performance monitoring
Multi-factor password authentication
Managed WP & PHP
SOC2 Type II report
Smart plugin manageroptional add-on
Global edge securityoptional add-on
GeoTargetoptional add-onoptional add-onoptional add-on
Website Updatesoptional add-onoptional add-on2 Hours per month

*Website Updates: Allows for 2 hours per month to make basic changes to you website content

Here's how your site performance could be improved.

When your site performance is better, you get more traffic, lower site abandonment, improved SEO and more revenue. This is an example estimate what you could expect migrating to our platform.

Website Performance testing


To put it simply, anyone who is using the WordPress CMS should use a WordPress host. While a “regular” or “generic” web host can run a WordPress site, it’s not the optimal approach.


You’ll likely need to do everything manually, starting from the initial installation and setup. You’ll need an advanced understanding of database and file management if you require unique customizations. If you don’t have experience in this area, tinkering with these back-end elements isn’t recommended.

Moreover, non-WordPress hosts won’t be able to cater to WordPress specifically. This could negatively impact your website’s performance and security. Plus, if issues arise on your site, the support team may need more WordPress expertise to help you resolve your problem quickly.


In other words, if you plan to build a site with WordPress, opting for a WordPress-specific host is wise. Otherwise, launching and managing a WordPress site could prove challenging, especially if you’re a beginner. Even if you’re experienced, using a web host that doesn’t specialize in WordPress will  likely lead to a less-optimized or even subpar website experience.


At the time of this writing, the eCommerce market in the United States alone is valued at . Naturally, there are a lot of websites facilitating those sales.


Whether you use your site to serve a small population of customers who can’t make it to your mom-and-pop business or plan to launch a fast-growing company, these commercial sites require a unique set of features. That’s why eCommerce hosting has emerged as a specialized service.


Hosting plans for online stores offer robust features that streamline every aspect of the eCommerce process. That includes integrating payment gateways, handling high traffic volumes, managing many customers, complying with tax and regulatory requirements, etc.


No matter the size of your online store, eCommerce hosting can simplify your day-to-day website management needs.

With , WooCommerce is one of the most popular WordPress plugins in the world. This free tool lets you transform any WordPress website into a functioning eCommerce business with little to no technical expertise required.


What’s more, WooCommerce is developed by Automattic, the company behind the core WordPress software. So you can rest assured knowing WooCommerce will always work seamlessly with WordPress (and is held to an equally high-quality standard).


Since WooCommerce is so popular with WordPress store owners, some hosting providers cater to the needs of this demographic by offering WooCommerce-specific hosting. If you choose this option, you can launch your eCommerce site in record time since your provider will streamline installation and setup.


Once your store is up and running, a WooCommerce hosting plan can offer you useful features like high-performance carts, simplified store maintenance, product search tools, and more.

WordPress is the ultimate beginner-friendly tool if you want to build a website without hassle. However, it’s also an excellent choice if you’re an experienced developer. That’s because it allows you to experiment and customize to your heart’s content.

As a developer, your WordPress hosting needs differ slightly from the average website owner’s. Therefore, you may be looking for developer-friendly hosting.

This means looking for features that will help streamline your development process. For example, you must have access to local development tools and staging sites. You may also want Secure Shell (SSH) access and an API to automate specific development tasks. Some WordPress hosts even offer headless WordPress solutions.

WordPress CMS is built to be safe by default. Plus, WordPress developers are constantly working on “hardening” the CMS. That means the platform is continuously evolving to reduce vulnerabilities and protect against potential cyber threats.

Still, there are some WordPress security issues that you should be aware of. Here are the most common problems:


  • Outdated software. Out-of-date software can pose a severe risk to your site. This can include the core WordPress software, themes, and plugins. Security updates resolve critical issues so that an outdated site can become a target for hackers. For instance, when a site is vulnerable, cyber attackers can inject its database with malware. This is called a SQL injection.
  • Insecure login credentials. WordPress users creating profiles with weak passwords and usernames can put your site at risk. The more users you have, the higher the danger becomes. The most common threat in this scenario is the “brute force attack,” in which a hacker attempts to guess usernames and passwords using trial and error.
  • Direct Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. A DDoS attack is when cyber criminals attempt to disrupt a website’s day-to-day functioning by sending it a sudden surge of traffic. While there are different DDoS attacks, the overall goal is to overwhelm the website’s resources and infrastructure, causing it to crash. Specific security features, like firewalls, can mitigate the risk of a DDoS attack.


The good news is that most WordPress security threats aren’t all that sophisticated and can be easily reduced when you follow some best practices like updating software, using a firewall and enforcing strong passwords. However, depending on the size of your website and the number of users, this task can become unmanageable, even for the tech-savvy individual.


Additionally, if you accept payments or collect any sort of user data on your site, you’re also subject to certain compliance rules. For instance, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) has 2 requirements that make security features like firewalls and encryption mandatory for most businesses.

While you don’t have to be an expert, it’s important to have a basic understanding of common WordPress security issues. That way, you’ll know how to look for a WordPress hosting provider that can safeguard your site, users, and data.


There are many factors to consider when choosing a WordPress hosting provider. But since safety is of the utmost importance, let’s zero in on some standard WordPress security features you’ll want to look for:

  • Web Application Firewalls (WAFs). These can protect your site by blocking malicious traffic. This is the primary defense against DDoS attacks.
  • Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) / Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates. When you have one of these certificates, your site will run on HTTPS instead of HTTP. That means your connections will be protected by encryption, making them much harder to intercept and disrupt.
  • Automatic backups. If your host can manage this task, you’ll always have a complete (and recent) copy of your site in case of emergency.

It’s worth noting that these are the bare minimum requirements for WordPress security features. Ideally, you’ll want your web hosting provider to provide enterprise-grade security. For instance, you might want to look for added features such as updates, vulnerability scanning, and database and filesystem security.

Protecting your digital presence with a secure WordPress hosting company is a smart course of action. For example, there are 26B+ attacks per year with continuous monitoring, automated updates, proactive threat detection, and edge protection.

In addition, our dedicated security team scans the risk and compliance landscape to ensure that your site is never compromised. We are SOC 2 compliant and meet the Security and Availability Trust Services Categories standards.


We are also ISO 27001-2013 certified. We offer many layers of protection, including managed Web Application Firewall (WAF), advanced DDoS Mitigation, Cloudflare CDN, and SSL. If your web host isn’t SOC 2 compliant, it may be in time to consider a new WordPress hosting provider.

If you’re unhappy with your current web host, you can always find another one. It’s possible to take your existing website and migrate it over to a brand-new hosting provider.


However, if you don’t have much technical knowledge, manually migrating a WordPress site to a new host can be difficult and time-consuming. The good news is that most quality WordPress web hosting providers can complete this task for you, often at no extra cost.


For example, you might get access to a proprietary plugin and a step-by-step WordPress migration guide. Ideally, you’ll also be able to call on a dedicated team of WordPress experts if you need help.

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Enterprise-grade solution with managed Web Application Firewall, DDOS mitigation, Cloudflare CDN and SSL. Automated plugin updates included!

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