Why managed WordPress hosting is your best choice?

In this article, I’ll explore critical aspects that would highlight why UK WordPress hosting is the best option for new blogs for .uk domains. Technically, web hosting platforms can be divided into managed & unmanaged and can further be classified in Windows and Linux hosting.

Managed WordPress hosting plan is highly recommended for any WordPress website. Out of several hosting platforms, unmanaged hosting is the first choice for any new blogger planning to start a WordPress website. The reason is – it is affordable, and the resources it offers are more than sufficient to meet all of your basic requirements. Dedicated and VPS hosting options are expensive and may represent overkill for beginners like you. Therefore, it’s highly recommended to use an unmanaged hosting platform when starting blogging. In the future, if you need more server resources with the rise in page traffic, you can upgrade to VPS or Unmanaged hosting. Several bloggers started their Internet career with unmanaged hosting, but they’re now on VPS or a dedicated server. When you feel your WordPress website uses high server resources, before switching host, optimise your WordPress website first. To improve your website, you can optimise your database, clean up unused tables and get rid of plug-ins. If the problems exist, you can switch the host even after making all these key points.

Like most key points buying the right web hosting platform is difficult, and it becomes more wearisome if you’re a new entrant to the online profession. There’re mainly three hosting platforms – Shared, VPS, and Dedicated Server. You can also have free hosting, but I recommend avoiding them, as they have performance limitations, and you may face some technical issues later. As a new blogger, you assume that you do not have enough money to invest a considerable amount in hosting your WordPress blogs. Your requirement is not to choose an expensive option – Dedicated or VPS. I highly recommend you to go for unmanaged hosting.

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