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WordPress is a popular CMS now, thousands of site are growing by WordPress every hour. I have known some famous hosting Providers like Hostgator, Small orange, Go Daddy etc. But they are a high price for me. I have also seen some problem with those aboard Hosting services.

Should I use a local Hosting service at a cheap rate?

Or I must need a Branded Hosting service for high security?

What do you know about C-panel hosting service?

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WordPress is a popular CMS now, thousands of site are growing by WordPress every hour. I have known some famous hosting Providers like Hostgator, Small orange, Go Daddy etc. But they are a high price for me. I have also seen some problem with those aboard Hosting services.

Should I use a local Hosting service at a cheap rate?

Or I must need a Branded Hosting service for high security?

What do you know about C-panel hosting service?

 

​Think of hosting as the foundation of your house. No matter how well you build the rest of your house if the foundation is made out of sand the house is not going to be stable or last very long.

 

Think of your business as a house and do not build it on sand, save the money somewhere else rather than your hosting.

 

And stay away from Godaddy as they seriously suck...

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I have to agree with _richard. GoDaddy sucks. HostGator also suck.

 

They're both very cheap, and their marketing and branding works well, but their service is really poor.

 

You're best off going with something like Bluehost which is maybe just ever-so-slightly more expensive than GoDaddy/HostGator, but by about $1 a month. That extra $1 is worth the stress-free hosting that you just don't get otherwise.

 

I've personally used Bluehost for my clients and (I think) only had to contact them twice, which was because of client erros, not theirs. I can't fault them.

 

Another good host is DigitalOcean, but I think they only do VPS and the like, no shared hosting.

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If you are planning for long term solutions. Do not go for any cheap wordpress hosting. I had my friend who was on wordpress shared hosting from siteground. Everything was working fine but as soon as he started getting around 20,000 visitors per day he got lot of trouble on his blog speed and server was not able to handle is traffic.

 

So he moved on to WPX hosting and now his blog is one of the top blog in India. BTW his name is Ankit Singla. So always plan for the best hosting.

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Hi, As per my view Scopehosts is providing affordable wordpress hosting services with free cpanel access and free firewall. check out their customer support team for more details and hosting deals.

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If you are webbing your site for your home town then it is better to have a local web host provider for reliability but it would be better to look for other if you want other than locals to find it then. You can find good and reliable host provider. I would recommend you to check iwrahost as well for cheap and reliable host provider.

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If you're looking for WordPress Managed Hosting then there out you will find many and many hosting providers that provide hosting for the open source free platform but after hearing and noticing WPX Hosting (Traffic Planet Hosting) & using it for a while, I can highly recommend WPX Hosting for hosting your WordPress blog with it because they offer Incredible WP Managed Hosting with an unstoppable support.Their Pricing Tag of business hosting starts at $24 only but you can use the a promo code to get started with them for as low as $1 For The First Month!

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