WordPress is a name known to all website owners, both beginners and experienced webmasters. It is easily the most versatile and customizable content management system that can be used to power any type of website; from simple personal blogs to complex business and e-commerce websites.
You are probably well familiar with all the advantages that WordPress brings to the table, so let’s jump straight to the next, and arguably more critical decision you have to make when launching a new website: Picking the right hosting provider and plan.
We’ll only discuss the two most common types of web hosting for WordPress in this article, which are regular web hosting and WordPress-optimized hosting.
Regular Web Hosting Explained
Normally, when people talk about web hosting they…