Top Web Hosting for WordPress 2018

First off, we’d like to apologize to all our subscribers for the inconvenience of our site being redesigned. We wanted to make sure that you get the latest news and information regardless of the fact that our site is down until it’s completed. With that being said, let’s look at our list of the best WordPress hosting in 2018!

Best WordPress Hosting 2018

  1. SiteGround (use this link)
  2. HostGator (use this link)
  3. InMotion (use this link)
  4. A2 Hosting
  5. WP Engine
  6. GreenGeeks
  7. BlueHost
  8. DreamHost

In case you’re wondering, those are our affiliate links (that helps us keep this website going so that you can always keep up to date on the latest with WordPress, web hosting and web design). If you click one of those links, we’ll get paid a small commission. So we hope that you’ll purchase your hosting through us! With that being said, lets take a look at why we’ve put our list in that order.

WordPress Hosting Reviews 2018

At the top of our list is SiteGround web hosting. This is a particularly great company for several reasons of which we’ll begin describing here. For starters, their pricing is more than fair. At an easy $3.95/month, just about anybody can afford them! Not only that, but these guys are also running sales frequently which means that at any point in time you could potentially cut down the price by a little bit. However, most web hosting sales don’t result in huge savings.

The next thing that we looked at is uptime. All of the web hosting providers listed have an average uptime that meets industry standards. That means your website shouldn’t go down for too long over the course of a year. In fact, there’s a good chance that you won’t ever know that it’s gone down!