Which Is the best hosting shared vs managed WordPress in 2020

This is marketing the tactic of different companies Today we will know the difference between Shared Hosting and Managed WordPress hosting.

Hi Guys, my name is Nishat.


Whenever you purchase hosting for WordPress you find two options: 
1.   First of Shared Hosting and 
2.   Second of Managed WordPress Hosting

We will understand their differences, cost differences. Which option is better or is it worth spending on it? And check what are the best hosting options available.

There are many companies that sell Shared Hosting and Managed WordPress Hosting under the same name.

They change their names because of the marketing strategy If I talk about Siteground. The shared hosting and managed WordPress hosting are the same But for marketing.

they have changed their names. Both the hostings in the Siteground are good, But it is a problem when both the hostings are sold together under the same name.

If I talk about A2 Hosting, you find a separate option for Managed WordPress Hosting You will find a separate option in NameCheap.

There are many companies that keep it the same, and there are many companies that keep it different. You will have to ask this from their customer support, whether it is the same or different?

Let's understand what their differences are And what things provide better value.

Let's talk about Shared Hosting
First Shared Hosting means keeping many websites on one server You took one server and there are 100 websites, and in that you got a partition to keep your website Shared Hosting is good for beginners.

low traffic Or the ones who require a simple one-page website.


Example with managed WordPress Hosting
If I talk about managed WordPress Hosting is tweaked for fast performance of WordPress For the fast performance of the website.

Efficient running of the WordPress Software So for that certain tweaks are added Above shared hosting certain. tweaks are added, extra services are added Managed WP Hosting?

can be kept on Shared, VPS, Cloud, and Dedicated Hosting It depends on the company, asks where they have kept their hosting?

That's why you find so much price variations in Managed Wordpress Hosting That you will find it for $5 a month / $50 a month, This is due to the fact.

that they have taken Shared Hosting or Cloud Hosting So you will find Price Fluctuations.

So now I am comparing (Shared Hosting and Managed WP Hosting) that is on Shared Hosting So when you buy Managed WP Hosting, you will get more speed You will get extra tools.

like the staging tool When you Buy it from SiteGround, you get a staging tool Whenever you do certain changes you can do this at the Back end.

before making the Website Live If you want to change themes, or test Plugins, or design-oriented, You should do all such changes in the staging phase.

When you complete all such features, then you can make it live. You get better security features in WP admin.

Backups are almost on every Server WP Hosting is Basically additional features on Shared that will help in WP. This is good for WP Users The Price Variations depends on the company.

If I tell you about some Recommendations
If you want to go to a shared Hosting Siteground is good for Shared and WP Hosting (Hostinger) is a good option.

BigRock is a Good Option A2 Hosting has Good Shared Hosting.

If I talk about Managed WPHosting Siteground is a Hosting that gives Shared Managed WP Hosting.

which is a Good Option If you want to host WP Websites it provides Managed WP Hosting, But it becomes expensive, compared to other Shared Hosting Options.

If I talk about Cloud Managed WP Hosting, which becomes more expensive Like Kinsta, WP-Engine, Flywheel All of these provide Managed WP Hosting, but they remain on cloud Kinsta is having.

Google Cloud They take their servers on Cloud They provide a good platform where they manage the efficient running of the WP websites.

So which Hosting should we buy You should always start with the Cheapest and Good Option Available Start with Hostinger BigRock is a good option.

If you require PHP, MySQL, and Hindi, Bangla, English Support Then you move up to SiteGround When your traffic increases, move on to Kinsta So Start with Shared Hosting then go to Managed WP Hosting.

Then Shift to Siteground Managed WP Hosting which will increase your rates Then you can shift to Cloud Managed like FlyWheel, WP Engine, Kinsta.

If you are getting a lot of traffic and you need to handle traffic Compared to Low Prices.

What Kinsta is Doing?
you can use CloudWays So these were my Recommendations for Shared and Managed WP Hosting. I hope you must have understood the difference.

If you have any questions, ask them in the comments below So that will be all for this one.

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