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      1. Which Are The Best Hosting for High Traffic WordPress Sites in 2020?

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        So you started blogging on WordPress our of passion & like million others you started your journey with entry-level shared hosting. Now your blog is getting great traffic & it’s becoming a source of your bread butter, just like mine.

        One fine day, your existing hosting company emails you to “Buzz off” as they can’t handle your website load. In most of cases, a non-technical blogger would feel dishearten, dissatisfied & helpless. I had been that situation when ShoutMeLoud traffic grew from hundreds of page views a day to 34k+ page views a day.

        Have you ever felt a similar situation?

        If your answer is “No”, then you are probably already on a hosting company that can handle high traffic site or you are yet to experience the sweet taste of millions of page views.  This guide or call it your resource for hosting selection will help you to pick the hosting for your growing or overgrown site.

        Another aspect that limits the growth of a WordPress blog is the use of plugins.

        WordPress can be great when you are utilizing the plugins. You will often see many WordPress users recommending you to limit the number of WordPress plugins as it would affect the loading time of your site.

        This is partially correct & happens when you are using a badly coded plugin.

        The reason you can’t make most out of plugins is the technical limitations of your hosting. If you are on shared hosting, you might have experienced it at least once. Haven’t you?

        The right question that you should be asking right now is:

        What is limiting your blog growth at this point?

        Is it the technology or your fear of growing big?

        If it’s the technology, then you have little to worry about. As in today’s date hosting companies have understood the need for time & we have a few great options for hosting high traffic WordPress site. If your answer is later one (Fear of growing big), it’s time for you to read motivational & self-growth articles.

        Today I will be sharing a list of those awesome WordPress hosting companies that are built to handle high-traffic sites. They are not going to be as cheap as shared hosting companies which typically come in the range of $3-$10/month. But these awesome companies would ensure your blog can handle the growth that you are anticipating.

        High Traffic WordPress Hosting:

        Let’s have a look at those hosting companies that you can trust for your growing WordPress blog.

        1. Kinsta Managed Hosting

        Kinsta hosting is top in the managed WordPress hosting as they build specially for hosting heavy WordPress sites. If you like technical details, they use Nginx,  PHP7-FPM, Redis, and Object cache to make your site blazing fast. I have experienced a loading time of less than 1 second for ShoutMeLoud.

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        My experience with them is great so far, and their tech support is par excellent. Their entry-level hosting plan starts with $30/month which lets you host 1 WordPress sites.

        High traffic websites should look at their Enterprise plans which start at $600/month. You can learn more about their pricing & offer over here.

        What you would like the most is their excellent customer support. When my site shifted to PHP7.X on the Kinsta Google cloud platform, I faced a lot of issues because of using a few outdated WordPress plugins.

        Their team including CEO ‘Mark Gavalda‘ helped me at every point to fix all the issues. I have never had such a royal experience with any other WordPress hosting.

        If you are looking for the best solution for your growing WordPress blog, you should host it on Kinsta Hosting. Once you have made the decision, their friendly support team will migrate your site for free.

        Pros: 

        • Pricing is competitive & service quality is excellent.
        • 20 server location
        • Free website migration on all plans
        • SSD storage
        • Free Website backup
        • Staging & Free SSL

        Cons:

        • The entry-level package is $30/month, which offers limited resources.

        After running ShoutMeLoud on Kinsta hosting for the last two years, I could say it’s a top-notch solution for heavy traffic WordPress blog. You can read a detailed review of Kinsta hosting here.

        2. Cloudways

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        Before moving to Kinsta hosting, I was with Cloudways for 4 months & they were pretty good with their offering.

        You can host your site on DigitalOcean server (DO), Linode, Google cloud platform, VULTR or Amazon AWS. They provide a custom dashboard which makes it easier for you to install a new WordPress site, or you can migrate all your existing WordPress Blogs. One of the best things about them is that you can host any Website using Cloudways & they are not only limited to WordPress. This also creates an issue with the support, as they are fine-tuned for all the platforms.

        If you have basic knowledge of troubleshooting WordPress, I would suggest going for Cloudways. The major benefit which you would be getting here is the pricing which comes down to a cheaper price. You can also consider hosting your entry-level WordPress site with them, as their most reasonable plan comes for $10/month.

        In short, you will be hosting your WordPress site on a Cloud server with no requirement for technical knowledge.

        Pros:

        • Host on the DigitalOcean server or Google cloud.
        • Their dashboard is user-friendly.
        • Perfect for entry-level as well as enterprise-level websites
        • Scale up or down a server in real-time.
        • Pricing is cheap & you can customize your hardware requirement.
        • Offers 14 days of free trial & free site migration.

        Cons:

        • Support is average.
        • Too many options could be overwhelming.

        3. Pagely

        Another top hosting option for high-traffic WordPress blogs. They also allow unlimited visits & their service quality & hardware offering is top-notch. The good thing about them is, they are affordable for entry-level bloggers to who have a limited budget.

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        You can pick the right plan for you from their seven different plans. Do notice the bandwidth column when picking up Pagely plans or you can always add additional bandwidth any day of the month.

        Pros:

        • WordPress multi-site support
        • Free-site migration of 2 sites

        More quality WP hosting options but with limited visits:

        After all, the reason you are buying a premium hosting to handle the high-traffic. Is int it?

        This holds true when we think from a blogger’s perspective.

        Now, WordPress is not limited to blogging & many businesses have their blog, job portal & many other use cases for WordPress. In many cases, the traffic requirement is less and the requirement of rock-solid infrastructure is more.

        If you need an enterprise-grade architecture for your WordPress site, here are some of the best options. Do pick their plan according to your monthly traffic requirement.

        By the end always remember, there can never be a single recommendation as once your site is matured for having premium hosting, you need to consider factors like Pricing, features, scalability, support to pick the right hosting.

        For long I stopped myself moving away from shared hosting to a WordPress managed hosting, but once I did; I never had to look back. Right now ShoutMeLoud is hosted on Kinsta hosting & you can see the performance yourself.

        One major benefit which I have noticed after moving to Kinsta managed WordPress hosting is the scalability of WordPress.

        I have already added custom post types ( Deals) and using EDD for ShoutMeLoud store. Even after adding so many features, I haven’t experienced any performance issues so far.

        Tip for shared hosting user:

        If your shared hosting is not giving any issue, stick to them as long as you could. Once you start getting hiccups, you should move to one of these above-mentioned quality high traffic website hosting for WordPress sites.

        Here are a few more categories that you should check out:

        Your turn to help the community:

        How are you managing your high-traffic WordPress site? Comment with your monthly page-views & hosting you are using for your WordPress website?

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        A Blogger, Author and a speaker! Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and FinTech space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud, and a Speaker at ASW, Hero Mindmine, Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. Also, an award-winning blogger.

        54 thoughts on “Which Are The Best Hosting for High Traffic WordPress Sites in 2020?”

        1. Pankaj Thakur

          Hello Sir, I am old in blogging world but i am not expert and i don’t know why i cant properly work on blogger..you please tell me some things about success in blog & tell me which hosting is better for WP please sir am big fab of u ??

          1. Harsh Agrawal

            @pankaj,

            To be successful in blogging, keep in mind the three “Ps” i.e Patience, Passion and Practising what you preach. If you have these three things, you will definitely succeed. Read this post: http://www.fangv.site/succeed-in-blogging-checklist.html.

            Regarding, WordPress, if you are starting out I would suggest you to go for Bluehost plus package. Read this for detailed guide: http://www.fangv.site/deal/grab-bluehost-wordpress-webhosting-for-3-95

        2. i have to say its a perfectly explained and elaborated article. it really helps me to find out best managed word press hosting websites for high traffic sites. Thanks for sharing this interesting info.

        3. Jaswinder Kaur

          As usual the article is explained very well and in detail, which helps to understand the Hosting plan you need.

          Right now, my blog is only nine months old and just growing, so for that my existing hosting plan is good.

          Thanks.

        4. Thanks for this Harsh. Analysing metrics is one of my weak points as a marketer, but given how important it is, it’s something I’m working hard to improve, so quality stuff like this help a lot. Thanks for giving your valuable time and educating us.

        5. Thanks Harsh,

          This is an awesome writeup. Like you specified that this is for high traffic website in terms of wordpress hosting. I would therefore like to know when i may determine that my site is now ranking in the high traffic sites. Basing on the fact that hosting packages listed here are abit too expensive for startup bloggers.
          Thanks

        6. I suggest every blogger to go for cloud hosting, don’t go for shared hosting who has high traffic.
          Shared hosting is cheap in price that why I choose to take it. But after few days as my web traffic increase shared hosting start giving error as it’s can’t handle more uptime user.

        7. Thomas Zickell

          You forgot pantheon
          I use pagely, kinsta, pantheon, PressLabs & LW

          Pantheon is enterprise hosting you should add or check it out.

        8. I have been with BlueHost for over 6 months now and I must say, I’m really impressed with the service. I was with GoDaddy for a couple of years and it sucked I don’t even know why people consider it as one of the best website hosts–it’s clearly not. If there are any beginners reading this, I suggest you choose BlueHost as it truly is one of the best website hosts. I know that there are some bad comments about them on the internet but based on my experience they’re truly exceptional.

          1. Godaddy service is not good but their price is so cheap. i am hosting with Godaddy with Deluxe Plan(monthly unique visitors up to 1 lakh) for just 30 dollar for a year.

            1. Hello
              My website traffic is increasing day by day. How can i migrate my hosting from godaddy to bluehost?

          2. i registered a domain with godaddy, is it possible to host my domain with bluehost or any other provider with a wordpress website?? if so ..how is it possible?let me know please

        9. Hi Harsh,

          I have one wordpress website with daily 10,000 page views, monthly more than 300000 page views and it’s hosted in Hostagator VPS, I was switched from shared hosting due to site traffic. for VPS i m paying 89$/m, Could you please suggest one good hosting package for me, i need to run my site without any issue also need morethan 100 GM space,

          How about Dreampress from dream host, https://www.dreamhost.com/hosting/wordpress/

          Do you have any recommendation?

        10. I am currently on bluehost (shared server), and i have very low traffic… now renwal has arrieved. shall I go to wordpress.con hosting service??? would that increase my traffic?

          1. Harsh Agrawal

            @Sudarshan
            You should stick to self hosted WordPress on Bluehost. Work on SEO optimization & your traffic will improve.

        11. Hi. Which plan is better to use for a beginner who wants to earn a stable income, shared go pro or worpress hosting? Thank you.

        12. Hi, I have a reselling Webhosting account but one of my domains is using WordPress WooCommerce with WCFM and the domain is very slow even scoring PageSpeed Score (97%) YSlow Score (86%) Page Details Fully Loaded Time 6.0s Total Page Size 1.39MB Requests 36 and with Cloudflare installed. I want to switch to Cloudways, which of the plan or selection could be helpful? The Digitalone or Vultr? Thank you for the good jobs.

        13. Hi Harsh,
          This is a really interesting post, so thanks for that.
          I’ve done some extensive testing, as I have a website that gains 30k a day visits and increasing at a rapid rate.

          WPX Hosting seems to be the quickest option. However, they do not dedicate much CPU per website. So, if you use plugins with ajax requests, such as this Thrive Comments plugin, they are not going to be happy and ask you to remove it or completely remove the hosting. It’s a shame as WPX use Litespeed servers, which are FAR quicker than NGINX which all competitors use.

          I think this is the case with all shared hostings.
          Kinsta, in my speed records, wasn’t all that fast. For me, I found the likes of Cloudways Digital Ocean and Cloudways Linode to be the quickest. However, it’s not truly managed and takes some understanding of how websites work. But, it might be worth using an expert to help you set up a site with Cloudways – I mean, if you only use an expert for a few hours a month, it’ll still be cheaper than Kinsta.

          1. @William
            That’s so many insights in a single comment.

            I think what WPXHosting is doing, has become a standard in the hosting industry. A lot of hosting have their own list of disallowed plugins. The only think I feel is they should revisit the “Disallowed plugin list” and update it with changing time & infrastructure.

            I have also noticed some slow down with Kinsta lately, and I will put a new website and do the speed test, to verify this hunch. Cloudways do provide great servers, but again for a busy website, support matters. I really like your idea of working with an expert, but the problem with this approach is, you are dependent on an individual.

            In the past, I have used a freelance admin to manage my private VPS, and it worked great for few months, but there was the time when the site was experiencing the issue, and it was hard to reach the guy due to a lot of issues. The cost of such downside is high (SEO impact), this is where I started moving to manage to host. I’m currently using Kinsta, but I’m always open to trying new, cutting edge hosting and technologies.

            I will update this article to write a new one, as I discover something more powerful.
            Thanks again for adding value.

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