2020 SiteGround WordPress Hosting Review. SiteGround WordPress Hosting Review Overview.In this review, I cover the most popular types of hosting that SiteGround has to offer for WordPress websites. Web Hosting, WordPress Hosting, WooCommerce Hosting, and Cloud Hosting. SiteGround also offers dedicated servers if you need an enterprise-level solution. No matter what plan you choose with SiteGround, it is going to be a high-quality plan. You can easily run WordPress on any of these plans. First, let’s determine which type of hosting is best for you and then we will figure out which tier you need.Quickies.About SiteGround Hosting.About SiteGround’s WordPress, WooCommerce and Web Hosting.Should I StartUp, GrowBig or GoGeek.SiteGround GrowBig and GoGeek Comparison.Should I Move to SiteGround Cloud Hosting for WordPress?SiteGround Cloud Hosting Features.Getting Started.The NutShell.About SiteGround Hosting.SiteGround is consistently rated as having some of the fastest and most secure servers in the industry. They are well known for their first class, 24/7 customer support and are officially recommended by WordPress.org. They are truly one of the best hosting providers in the world right now and they don’t appear to be slowing down any time soon. Here are some of the features included in every hosting plan they offer:Solid State Drive Storage.Cloudflare CDN.SSL Certificate.Daily Website Backups.SuperCacher Software.Free Cloudflare CDN.HTTP/2 Enabled.Anti-Hack Systems.24/7 Support.Email Accounts. About SiteGround’s WordPress, WooCommerce and Web Hosting.All of the hosting plans that SiteGround offers are state of the art and WordPress will function great on any of them. There are just a few differences to consider. The WordPress and WooCommerce hosting plans have some features that regular web hosting doesn’t have. These plans are specifically designed to increase the performance and security of your WordPress website. The main difference between WooCommerce hosting and WordPress hosting is the professional eCommerce website transfer service. I have migrated many WooCommerce websites over the years and things do occasionally go wrong during the process. Why not have a professional do it for you at no extra cost.If you have a WordPress website, get their WordPress hosting. It’s wicked! If you have a WordPress website with WooCommerce, you should definitely get the WooCommerce plan. It’s exactly the same as the WordPress plan with the addition of their transfer service. For those of you who are not using WordPress, web hosting is going to be your best fit. This review is about WordPress websites so I will eliminate the web hosting plan for the purpose of this review. Now that we have narrowed this down to either WordPress hosting or WooCommerce hosting, let’s look at the different tiers that SiteGround offers for each of these plans. The StartUp, GrowBig, and GoGeek.Should I StartUp, GrowBig or GoGeek.SiteGround offers 3 levels in each of the WordPress and WooCommerce hosting plans, the StartUp, GrowBig, and GoGeek. I am going to eliminate the StartUp level immediately. There are just too many awesome features in the GrowBig and GoGeek packages to pass up for just a few dollars. The biggest benefit of the GrowBig and GoGeek plans, in my opinion, is the SuperCacher. This software will speed up your website which will increase your ranking in Google, bring more visitors to your website, and create a better user experience for all your visitors. For just a few additional dollars it is well worth it. Now that we have narrowed this down to either the GrowBig or GoGeek levels, which is actually best for me?SiteGround GrowBig and GoGeek Comparison.Both of these are excellent options but here are some of the added benefits of the GoGeek level:10GB More SSD Storage. (translates to 75,000 more monthly visits)Advanced Priority Support.White-Label Hosting & Client Management.SG-Git for WordPress.Pre-Installed Git.If you have a large website with lots of traffic but you’re not quite ready for a cloud plan, GoGeek. Do you want to host your own clients on a shared server, GoGeek. If you value priority level technical support, GoGeek. Do you need a solution even geekier than GoGeek, you need to check out SiteGround’s cloud hosting.Should I Move to SiteGround Cloud Hosting for WordPress?If you run a business website, have clients you want to host, or are just very serious about the performance and security of your website, SiteGround cloud hosting is perfect.SiteGround Cloud Hosting Features.Guaranteed Resources.The RAM and CPU resources on SiteGround’s cloud hosting are dedicated to your website. No more sharing resources with other websites on the same hosting plan.Serious Security Features.SiteGround cloud hosting gives you an unlimited number of Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates at no added cost. The cloud hosting also has advanced monitoring for SPAM, hacking attempts, and bot usage.On-The-Fly Scalability.SiteGround cloud hosting gives you the ability to adjust the CPU and RAM resources at the click of a button. They also have an auto-scale option that will increase resources with traffic spikes to guarantee your website doesn’t crash due to resource overload.Easy Management of Client Accounts.Cloud hosting at SiteGround will provide you with a WHM account which will allow you to manage and host an unlimited number of clients each on their own cPanel account.Advanced Caching Technology.Static caching is enabled by default on all cloud hosting. You will also have access to the premium levels of their SuperCacher software as well as the SiteGround optimizer plugin.Getting Started.Now that you know what is going to work best for your situation, it’s time to get a hosting plan. SiteGround usually offers sales on their hosting and you really need to take advantage of them. The trick is to buy in bulk. They are currently offering the GoGeek plan for $12.00 per month. If you purchase this as a month to month plan, it quickly turns to $35.00 per month. The trick is to buy one or two years up-front and take advantage of the sale price. If you decided to get cloud hosting, that’s what I have and I’m super stoked on it, you will sign up on a month to month basis with the ability to customize your plan as needed. The NutShell.SiteGround hosting is at the top of its class. They are known for their excellent customer service, super-fast servers, and excellent security. They are really a one-stop-shop for all of your website needs. On top of hosting they offer everything from domain names to email solutions and much more. They seem to be a forward-thinking company and I am excited to see what the do in the next few years. Additional Posts. 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