This is a Guest Post by Steven Watts

Now that the business game has been put to a higher level because of the internet, every entrepreneur and businessman should step up his or her game too.

Gone are the days that the only platform of business is the traditional, physical store. Today, more and more businesses are starting to adapt with the modern world and put up their business online. To do so, every website owner needs a hosting plan to get their online business up and running.

To many, a WordPress page can do the trick. WordPress offers two options to online companies: Shared hosting or Managed hosting. Choosing the right host can make all the difference when it comes to things like speed and security as they can directly affect your leads and sales.

But, how do they differ and which option would be more beneficial for your company’s performance?

This infographic compares and contrasts the Shared and Managed WordPress hosting to clearly draw the line between their distinction and collate their similarities.


Hosting Review (Infographic)

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By looking at the advantages and disadvantages of each type of hosting and reviewing things like performance, budget, security and support we can give you a better idea of what might be the best option for your particular situation.

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This Guest Post is Submitted By: Steven Watts

Steven Watts (Twitter) shows aspiring bloggers and WordPress website owners simple, practical steps for improving their WordPress websites. Check out his free WordPress guides and tutorials at WP Shrug. The free tips, explanations, and tutorials he provides are sure to take your WordPress website to the next level.

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