Start your project with our WordPress Hosting plans
GHC 48 /month
Choose Your Best Plan
Why Choose Us
Money Bank Guarantee
We guarantee that you will always get reliable hosting, competent support and professional service - or we will issue you a refund.
Easy Control Panel
Regardless of plan or package, you can utilize our easy-to-use control panel to help manage your server however you see fit.
PHP 7 Supported
We understand how important PHP is to your website hence we offer you the best PHP web hosting in the industry.
Max Speed Zone
No matter where your business or customers are located, your website speed is always supercharged.
99.9% Uptime Guarantee
The best ability is availability — so we make sure your site stays up all the time,
Always Safe & Secured
Secure, reliable, fast performance for all your web hosting needs with 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Get More Resources and Web Hosting Power
Optimized For Your Website
Explore what a Shared optimized server can do for your customer's online experience.
Get more power managed by a team of pros
Managed VPS gives you worry-free hosting managed by IT professionals.
WordPress Hosting FAQ's
At its core, WordPress is the simplest, most popular way to create your own website or blog. In fact, WordPress powers over 35.2% of all the websites on the Internet. Yes – more than one in four websites that you visit are likely powered by WordPress.
On a slightly more technical level, WordPress is an open-source content management system licensed under GPLv2, which means that anyone can use or modify the WordPress software for free. A content management system is basically a tool that makes it easy to manage important aspects of your website – like content – without needing to know anything about programming.
WordPress was created as a standalone project all the way back in 2003, originating as an offshoot of a previous project called b2/cafelog. WordPress is open-source software, so nowadays it’s made by a huge community of contributors.
WordPress Hosting is a hosting product that is pre-configured to host a WordPress powered website efficiently. There is no industry-standard definition for “WordPress Hosting” so the exact product will vary by host. WordPress Hosting is usually used for the 3 “S’s” – to simplify, to secure, and to speed up a WordPress install compared to a WordPress install on a typical Linux server.
Your choice of web host plays a huge role in how fast your website loads. Of course there are many things you can do to ensure a fast performing website like keeping your software up-to-date, using a minimal amount of plugins, optimizing your images, using a CDN and more. At the end of the day, your web hosts hardware, network, data center locations and software are just as important, and more important in many instances.
So why is this important? Studies have show time and again that faster websites have:
- Better SEO rankings
- Higher conversion rates
- Lower bounce rates
- Improved visitor satisfaction ratings
As you can see, your choice of WordPress Hosting provider can have a direct impact on your site’s success.
When it comes to setting up a WordPress site, you have two routes to go: one is you can do it yourself and another is you can hire expert WordPress developers to do the same. Whatever approach you take, you’ll need a reliable WordPress host to store all your website files and data.
There are many free and paid WordPress hosting service providers whom you can hire or rent to host your site. However, the question is: Are free WordPress hosts reliable enough? Frankly speaking, in most cases, they’re not! Let’s see why free WordPress hosting is not good to choose!
As free WordPress hosts don’t have the budget to buy powerful servers, they have limited server resources and offer you low disk space, limited bandwidth, and a very low max file upload size. As a result, your site may go down as soon as the bandwidth limit is exceeded. Moreover, you might not be able to upload large media files to your WordPress site, rendering your efforts useless. And the worst thing is, you can’t do anything or complain.
Free WordPress hosts usually run on shared servers where resources like CPU, memory, and disk space are true to their name – shared. As a result, there is no guarantee for speed and uptime. Particularly when there’s a traffic spike or someone is misusing the shared resources, your website may have intermittent downtime – leaving a bad impression on your visitors.
Since free WordPress hosts don’t have the budget to hire security experts, they are vulnerable to external network attacks. Also, there is no entry barrier to a free WordPress host, bots with malicious intent could easily get into your free hosting account, making your WordPress site vulnerable to internal attacks. And, the worst thing is that most of these attacks are silent and there is no SSL/SSH certificate offered with a free WordPress host.
If the free WordPress hosting provider finds itself in any trouble, they may terminate their services anytime. This is likely to be mentioned in their terms and conditions, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that your site is in safe hands. There is a chance that your WordPress site disappears overnight, without any warning or notification. As well, free WordPress hosts also been known to delete sites if they violate their terms and conditions of the service in any way. Means, your website is not actually ‘yours’ and that’s a big risk!
If you’re opting for a free WordPress host, forget advanced customization. You’ll barely be able to customize your site as you have only a limited number of designs and templates. Additionally, free WordPress hosting only offers the very basics, which doesn’t include plugins. Means, if you want to extend the functionality of your WordPress site, you’ll have to upgrade to a premium plan.
In an attempt to preserve their branding effort, most of the free WordPress hosting providers allow you to set up your website as a sub-domain of their top-level domain, which you never own. This means if you built a highly-profitable WordPress site, it will be nearly impossible for you to branch it off with your own domain and branding. Moreover, due to the lack of a professional control panel, you can’t redirect to different domains at your convenience.
If you ever want to migrate your WordPress site to another hosting provider, get ready for a shed of hassle if you’ve chosen a free WordPress hosting provider. These providers often make the migration process unnecessarily complicated in the hope that you’ll pay an extortionate amount for their premium plan in exchange for avoiding all the problems you face when migrating away from their services.
As mentioned previously, most of the free WordPress hosts do not provide any support. You’re left on your own. If something goes wrong, nothing is their problem. You’ll have to figure out and fix the issues by yourself. While a few of them offer some kind of assistance, it lacks responsiveness. Hence, there is no doubt that you’ll lose your business in such a case.
The WordPress application is free. There are free themes and plugins to get started. Many startup businesses set up their websites with no expenses aside from their hosting and domain costs. Premium WordPress add-ons incur fees, some for a few dollars or a donation. Others cost hundreds of dollars annually but are mostly for advanced users.
A WordPress website, like any other, consumes bandwidth and may grow over time. The more content, media, and plugins the site has, the more likely resource needs will increase. You should plan and budget accordingly for new expenses as your account grows. At first, shared hosting works well for most WordPress sites, but most users upgrade their plans when they outgrow their shared hosting accounts, especially eCommerce or business sites.