How to Choose the Right Hosting Company for WooCommerce

Web Hosting for WooCommerce

When it comes to web hosts, you have a lot of options. But when it comes to web hosts for WooCommerce, there are a few we think are a cut above the rest.

We work with A LOT of WooCommerce users and we take note of what tech everyone is using. Based on that, here are the web hosts we recommend if you’re using WooCommerce.

Bluehost

Bluehost has been around a LONG time. They are great if you need an inexpensive option to get started. Plans start at just $3.95/mo! As you grow you can upgrade easily. Click here to learn more about Bluehost.

 

WP Engine

WP Engine is 100% focused on WordPress. We like that they have this specialty and have worked with their platform a lot. It’s solid and you can trust it and setting up a staging site is a piece of cake. They’re more expensive but worth it. Click here to learn more about WP Engine.

 

InMotion

InMotion is who we use. They’re not super expensive and are very reliable. And their support is top notch! Click here to learn more about InMotion.

 

Liquid Web

We LOVE Liquid Web. The amazing thing about them is they have a managed WordPress and WooCommerce solution that just makes everything so easy. It’s a higher price point but it is by far the simplest solution in the list. It’s worth checking them out. Chris Lema who is a friend to any WordPress and WooCommerce user heads up the product team over there. So you’re in good hands.  Click here to learn more about Liquid Web.

Siteground

Siteground is also a good place to start if you’re just starting out. They have a few more bells and whistles to offer and we see a lot of customers using Siteground. Click here to learn more about Siteground.

Kinsta

Kinsta offers a managed WordPress solution and has a few cool features like SSL certificates and multisite support baked in. I like that they’re 100% focused on WordPress. They even have a handy WooCommerce guide you can check out. If you want t learn more about Kinsta click here.

 

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