WordPress Hosting vs WordPress VPS: Which is Right for You?

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If you are new to WordPress, or an experienced WordPress administrator, it’s important that you choose the type of web hosting that’s best for you and your business. InMotion Hosting offers both a WordPress Hosting plan on WordPress-optimized shared servers, and a WordPress Virtual Private server (VPS). Below we’ll take a look at what the plans have in common, key differences between the plans, and some guidelines to help you decide which plan best fits your needs.

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Shared Hosting vs VPS Hosting

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When you’re thinking of purchasing a web hosting plan, there are a wide variety of options to choose from. What type of hosting plan do you need? What qualities or features are most important for your business? When it comes to Shared Hosting vs VPS Hosting, what’s right for you? Below, we’ll carry out a hosting plan comparison and look at both Shared Hosting and Virtual Private Server (VPS) plans.

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Making the Most of Linux Cloud Server Hosting

Making the Most of Linux Cloud Server Hosting - Advice from Managed Hosting

Advice from our Managed Hosting Team

After talking with a system administrator (sysadmin) about Managed VPS Hosting, I wanted to ask someone else about unmanaged Linux servers. We generally recommend cloud servers for advanced Linux users who are comfortable in the command-line interface (CLI), or terminal. But sometimes, the best way to learn something is to just go for it and learn as you go. 

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What is VPS Hosting?

Everything You Need To Know About VPS Hosting

It’s important to understand your needs before selecting a web hosting plan. We assist our customers with migrating to a different plan, but researching your options can save you a lot of time and energy. Do you need a particular Linux operating system (OS)? Do you need WebHost Manager (WHM) to manage customers with individualized cPanel accounts? Do you need root access? These are just some of many factors that can help you decide what’s best for you.

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