WordPress is the best content management system out there, it is by far the best CMS we have ever used. If you are planning on making a website and thinking about going down the WordPress route, we recommend the following WordPress hosting companies. We have tested 100s of WordPress hosting companies and only the best have made it on this list.

RankingWeb HostPricingRefund PolicyRatingMore Info
1$2.95 per month90 days9.8Visit
2$3.95 per month30 days9.5Visit
3$3.92 per month30 days9.4Visit
4$4.99 per month90 days9.1Visit
5$7.95 per month45 days9.0Visit

InMotion Hosting

  • Unlimited disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • SSD
  • 1 click WordPress installs
  • cPanel
  • 90 day money back guarantee
  • 24/7 email/chat/phone support
  • Starting at $2.95 per month

Siteground

  • 10 GB disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • SSD
  • 1 click WordPress installs
  • cPanel
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • 24/7 ticket/chat/phone support
  • Starting at $3.95 per month

A2 Hosting

  • Unlimited disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • SSD
  • 1 click WordPress installs
  • cPanel
  • 30 day money back guarantee
  • 24/7 chat/phone support
  • Starting at $3.92 per month

Web Hosting Hub

  • Unlimited disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • SSD
  • 1 click WordPress installs
  • cPanel
  • 90 day money back guarantee
  • 24/7 email/chat/phone support
  • Starting at $4.99 per month

DreamHost

  • Unlimited disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • SSD
  • 1 click WordPress installs
  • cPanel
  • 90 day money back guarantee
  • 24/7 email/chat/phone support
  • Starting at $7.95 per month

All of the hosting companies have been personally used by me, in my opinion, these are some of the best WordPress hosting companies out there, I would not be recommending them to you if I was not using them myself. But if you decide that you want to try some company that is not listed here, I will share some things I would look for before buying.

Support

This is one of the first things I look for, does the company have good support? I want to confident that if something happens to my site, I will have access to good support team to fix the problems. I prefer live chat over email and phone but that’s just me, I believe that every good hosting company should have all three of those options.

Backups

For all of my WordPress blogs, I make sure that my hosting will have daily backups so if my site ever crashed and I lost my site, my hosting provider will be able to restore my site back to normal. If you are running a large WordPress-based site, I would highly recommend getting daily backups of your site.

For more things to look for when choosing a hosting company, check out our last post.

There are many different types of WordPress hosting, like we mentioned in the last post, it is up to you to decide which WordPress hosting is right for you. Do you need VPS or a dedicated server for your site? Or are you starting a brand-new site and will be okay with shared hosting? These questions are for you to answer, I hope that this post will help you to decide and make an informed decision.