That may sound a bit confusing so let me elaborate a bit here. WordPress is best known for its CMS (Content Management System) that powers millions of websites around the world. What many people might not know, however, is that the company also dabbles a bit in web hosting. The hosting isn’t really a big part of WordPress’ business, but why? Is the hosting not very good or is it maybe too expensive? 

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When you build a website, you want visitors to come and see what you've done. To get them there, you need a unique domain name that connects to your sites servers. Domain name registration is required to ensure that no one else in the world can claim ownership of your web site's address and to make finding your website simple. Find your one of a kind domain name.

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If you register a domain with Bluehost when signing up for a hosting account, there is a domain fee that is non-refundable. This not only covers our costs, but ensures that you won't lose your domain name. Regardless of the status of your hosting service, you'll be free to manage it, transfer it after any required lock periods, or simply point it elsewhere at your convenience. You retain ownership of your domain until the end of its registration period unless you elect to extend it.

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You'll have the support of the open-source community in your corner, as the WordPress core code is actively maintained by a team of all-star contributing developers. And just about any question you could imagine having has probably been asked and answered somewhere on the web. It's a long-standing, fast-growing family of fans, and we at HostingAdvice welcome you to team WordPress!

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If you want to open up an online store, for example, you can’t rely on WordPress right out of the box because the platform doesn’t support eCommerce by default. In that case, you can either add support via plugins or just go with a different CMS like Magento, which is specifically designed for online stores. In other words, it’s always helpful to have full control over which CMS you want to use and, unfortunately, WordPress’ hosting plans won’t provide you with the same level of control as Bluehost.
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WordPress doesn’t offer an automatic backup system so you’ll need to back up your files using other methods. If you sign up for one of the more expensive hosting plans (starting at $25 per month in WordPress.com’s case) you will unlock the ability to install custom plugins to your site, so you can create backups using one of those. Alternatively, you can copy and save your files locally using an FTP client like Filezilla. Keep in mind, though, that this process can take a very long time depending on the amount of content found on the site.
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If you’re looking to optimize your content with plugins like Yoast you’re better off signing up with Bluehost and building your website with the WordPress CMS. All these types of plugins are either completely free or have a free version so all you have to worry about is paying for your hosting plan. WordPress(.com) only allows Business and eCommerce users to add custom plugins to their site, which means you’ll need to pay at least $25 per month for the privilege. With Bluehost, you can do it even if you subscribe to the Basic $2.95 per month plan.
For added site-building functionality, we recommend downloading and installing BoldGrid, which functions on top of the WP interface to act as a drag-and-drop content management system. This is especially useful for first-time site owners or nervous hosting newbies. Basically, BoldGrid takes away the one dig against WordPress, its semi-steep learning curve, by transforming the backend environment into a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) website editor. Best of all, both WordPress and BoldGrid are 100% free, and the InMotion Hosting team will set up the platforms for you at checkout.

All of the VPS machines you can purchase are pretty solid so you can definitely start off with the cheapest package if you’re just looking to test things out and see what this type of hosting is all about. As soon as you’re ready to upgrade, you can get access to machines with more CPU cores, SSD storage, RAM, bandwidth and dedicated IP addresses by subscribing to one of the more expensive VPS plans.

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We use this analogy on our web hosting page. Shared hosting is like an apartment building – lots of residents in the same building, sharing the same resources, but also very affordable. Dedicated servers are like having your state-of-the-art house, where you’ll pay a lot more, but you also don’t have to share the space or utilities with anyone. VPS is in the middle, like a townhouse, where you have a few residents in the same building, but you each have dedicated resources and are in full control of your home. It costs less than a dedicated server, but still gives you much of the same benefits.
WordPress is a robust, comprehensive platform for designing, deploying, and maintaining an exquisite and performant online presence, and it has a loyal community of contributing developers and avid users to show for it. Follow the forums, confide in the WordPress Codex, and spend some time getting to know the nuances of this incredible interface. You won't be disappointed.
If you’re serious about building a great website that attracts loads of visitors each month, you’ll eventually need to move away from shared hosting altogether. This type of hosting can definitely do the job when you’re just starting out but it’s simply not enough for websites that receive a lot of visitors. Once you’re ready to move to the next level, I wholeheartedly recommend Bluehost because they have a lot to offer for websites both small and big. WordPress, on the other hand, only offers shared hosting, which won’t be enough past a certain point.
I’ve already mentioned some of the features you can expect from Bluehost and WordPress but let’s delve a bit deeper into this topic. Bluehost is known for including a lot of great features with all of its packages but can WordPress claim the same? The usefulness of some of the features listed below will likely vary from person to person but I think all of them are important and should be taken into consideration before you decide to sign up with any hosting provider.
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