EP116 – How to evaluate inexpensive WordPress hosting – Dec 15 2014

On this episode of WPwatercooler we’re going to be discussing how one should evaluate inexpensive WordPress hosting. There are many factors to consider when looking at an expensive web hosting. Do you have plans for doing your own backups? Are you able to restore from those backups easily? What if the neighboring website on the same server gets hacked? This cost really that big of a deal? Will it cost you more and extras to pay less per month for web hosting? We’ll be discussing this and much more on this episode of WPwatercooler.

Show aired Dec 15 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT / 7PM UTC

Hosts that have inexpensive hosting:

Site Ground
Performance of 7 top WordPress hosting companies compared WPSiteCare


We talked about his on Episode 47 of WPwatercooler watch that episode
Backup Buddy

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4 responses to “EP116 – How to evaluate inexpensive WordPress hosting – Dec 15 2014

  1. Jim Walker Avatar

    TVC.Net is $36 a year, < 10 minute support response times, cPanel, full WordPress support, chat and phone support, daily and weekly backups, and a lot more. Just so ya know. 🙂

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