the shared vs managed WordPress hosting review introduction

The Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting Review (infographic)

Every website owner needs a hosting plan to get their online business up and running. Some hosting companies are optimised for WordPress but it can be hard to tell what all the different features are and if you should go for Shared or Managed hosting. Choosing the right host can make all the difference when it comes to things like speed and security as they can directly affect your leads and sales.

We compare Shared and Managed WordPress hosting to clear up what they are and why you might want to go for one over the other. By looking at the advantages and disadvantages of each type of hosting and reviewing things like performance, budget, security and support we can give you a better idea of what might be the best option for your particular situation.

the shared vs managed WordPress hosting review infographic

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About Steven Watts

Steven WattsSteven is the founder of Newt Labs. He's a WordPress specialist with an interest in building the most effective websites possible. Since 2010, he's been helping businesses with their online goals.

4 Responses to “The Shared vs Managed WordPress Hosting Review (infographic)”

  1. Jack Richards
    Jack Richards

    Hi Watts,

    While searching about types of different hosting, I landed on your page. I believe your infographic is very detailed and informative. It can help beginners like me. 🙂 But I have one question, there are managed hosting providers that offer multiple applications (like WordPress and Magento) on one single server.

    If it is perfect, I believe, they can help me reduce my hosting costs. Could you please help me out if I should opt them?

    • Steven Watts

      Hi Richards,
      thanks, I’m glad you found it useful. I think it would depend on the provider.. We optimise our fully managed servers for WordPress so they are setup in a certain way. However if we were to add a Magento site to the same server then I imagine that we would likely be able to tweak to run both applications optimally..

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