WordPress is one of the most widely used open source content management platforms used today. Basically, managed WordPress hosting is a service that is optimized for WordPress and all the technical aspects of running WordPress are taken care of by the host. These include: security, speed, backups, and updates. In case you weren’t sure, you would be the host so you’ll have to make sure you take care of all this. There are many different places where you can host your WordPress page, and we’re going to look at 9 of the best ones. We’re also going to look at important features of the most basic plans, such as: price, storage, and bandwidth.

Flywheel

  • Year Founded-2012
  • Plan-Tiny
  • Price-$14 per month
  • Storage-5GB
  • Bandwidth-5,000 visits per month

Kinsta

  • Year Founded-2013
  • Plan-Starter
  • Price-$30 per month
  • Storage-3GB
  • Bandwidth-20,000 visits per month

GoDaddy

  • Year Founded-1997
  • Price-$3.99 per month
  • Storage-10GB
  • Bandwidth-25,000 visits per month

Pagely

  • Year Founded-2009
  • Plan-VPS
  • Price-$499 per month
  • Storage-20GB
  • Bandwidth-Not Available

DreamHost

  • Year Founded-1996
  • Plan-Basic
  • Price-$16.95 per month
  • Storage-10GB
  • Bandwidth-Not Available

WP Engine

  • Year Founded-2010
  • Plan-Personal
  • Price-$29 per month
  • Storage-10GB
  • Bandwidth-25,000 visits per month

Bluehost

  • Year Founded-2003
  • Plan-WP Standard
  • Price-$19.99 per month
  • Storage-30GB
  • Bandwidth-Not Available

SiteGround

  • Year Founded-2004
  • Plan-StartUp
  • Price-$3.95 per month
  • Storage-10GB
  • Bandwidth-10,000 visits per month

Fast Comet

  • Year Founded-2008
  • Plan-StartSmart
  • Price-$3.95 per month
  • Storage-15GB
  • Bandwidth-Unmetered amount of traffic

As you can see, you have plenty of options to host your WordPress. You want to make sure you choose the hosting platform that’s the best for you and meets your needs. Keep in mind, these are just the most basic plans that each platform offers but you could always upgrade and buy a plan that lets you have more storage and bandwidth. Of course, the upgraded plan will cost a little more so you want to ensure it’s within your budget. It might take some trial and error to find the platform that meets your needs the best, but you’ll be able to find one that fits your needs perfectly.