What is the best 2014 WordPress hosting?


I tried GoDaddy linux hosting and then moved to Bluehost because I had slowness issues and now I am not very happy with them because during the paid migration service they caused a loss of my website's data due to poor support before purchase so I am thinking of moving

what is the best wordpress hosting company that would run my website fast?


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I've heard good things about

WP Engine. A fully-managed WordPress host that prides themselves on speed, security, and support.


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Aaahhh...... Godaddy is one of the worst hosting. Yes for the domain name Godaddy has one of the cheapest services.
Hostgator is good for website hosting. This is my own experience so can't say more then this. Sad Sad

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Best wordpress hosting

According to me, Bluehost is the best because it is user friendly.

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I still would stick to godaddy

The reason i said this is because of the cool service they provide and whats even best is they have an affiliate program to save you some money which you can use to buy good plugins to make your site faster and better.
Go for godaddy as this saves a lot of money and you get to buy more stuff.
Thank You


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Best WordPress Host

I used godaddy and even tried networksolutions, since then i have switched to they have a cpanel with 1-click install of wordpress... and u should have backed up your database prior to migration... just saying Happy

Web Master Christian

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I would personally recommended the . It is reliable, powerful and money back gurante. SO use it

thank you

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