If you’re a small business owner seeking to better understand the difference between inexpensive (cheap?) shared hosting and WordPress managed hosting, then watch this video as WordPress coach, trainer, and consultant, Tony Zeoli, walks you through the difference between various hosting services and their offerings.
In the video, Tony spells out what you get for $10 to $12 a month versus what you get for $45 a month with a WordPress managed host, and how spending $45 a month will actually save you money in some respects, because you won’t have to hire anyone to help with caching, content delivery networks, security, and other factors that will reduce your risk and exposure, especially if you’re not familiar with what to do when something goes wrong.
Spending $45 a month gives you the security and support you need to ensure that you WordPress site runs efficiently and that you get the support you need, when you need it.
If you’re struggling with hosting or any other WordPress issue and need a WordPress coach, select a date from our calendar on my coaching page for a free 30-minute consultation. We’ll talk about your issue and discuss how WordPress coaching will support your ongoing efforts to apply WordPress to your small business.
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