Most of the time you’ll want to go with the cheapest possible hosting plan when you’re launching a new website. Unless you’re very experienced in terms of traffic acquisition, chances are you’ll probably have few visitors during the first few months. Once your traffic reaches a certain threshold, you’ll need to upgrade to a better plan and periodically repeat this process as your website continues to grow.
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When you build a website, you want visitors to come and see what you've done. To get them there, you need a unique domain name that connects to your sites servers. Domain name registration is required to ensure that no one else in the world can claim ownership of your web site's address and to make finding your website simple. Find your one of a kind domain name.
A lot of providers offer hosting plans for users who want to build their website on the WordPress CMS and Bluehost is no exception. In fact, the company has two different sets of plans specifically designed for WordPress enthusiasts. One of them is fairly similar to the shared hosting plans I covered earlier while the other is meant for advanced users. WordPress.com’s hosting plans would also fit in this section but I’ve already talked about them earlier so let’s just see what Bluehost has to offer.
Managed WordPress Hosting - While you absolutely can host WordPress on our Shared Hosting, our Managed WordPress Hosting service was designed from the ground up specifically to power your WordPress sites. You get pre-configured WordPress security and performance (20X faster Turbo Servers) right out of the box! Your account also comes loaded with features like a free personal Jetpack license, automated, daily WordPress backups, WordPress staging, WP-CLI and more!
With our most powerful web hosting packages, you can comfortably manage resource-intensive, multimedia-based websites as well as extensive online shops. Compare the respective product details to find the right web hosting packages. We will be happy to advise you. You will also find comprehensive instructions and detailed information on all aspects of hosting in the IONOS Help Centre.
A domain is an internet address that leads to a web server. This server stores the respective contents, services and offers that you publish on your domain, i.e. the content that makes up your entire website. If you enter an internet address in the search bar of your web browser, you can retrieve the data that has been provided on the respective server. Providing adequate storage space on a web server is called hosting.
All of the VPS machines you can purchase are pretty solid so you can definitely start off with the cheapest package if you’re just looking to test things out and see what this type of hosting is all about. As soon as you’re ready to upgrade, you can get access to machines with more CPU cores, SSD storage, RAM, bandwidth and dedicated IP addresses by subscribing to one of the more expensive VPS plans.
Bluehost, on the other hand, does give you access to the regular WordPress CMS and doesn’t impose any restrictions, so you can use it as you see fit. In addition, the company also offers integration with a different website builder known as Weebly. Weebly is a pretty decent builder but the problem is that you only get the basic version of it for free so you’ll need to fork out a few bucks if you want access to all its features. Personally, I would recommend just sticking with the WordPress CMS instead because it’s free and offers a much higher level of customization.