WP Engine is ideal for customers deploying custom code. Page.ly is great for customers who want a company that specializes in WordPress hosting. Rackspace is good for business users who want a hosting company with an established name they can rely on.
Los Angeles (PRWEB) January 08, 2013
Knoji, a leading provider of consumer reviews and information, today announced the launch of a new consumer guide reviewing different Wordpress hosting options. There are many Wordpress hosting options out in the market. Knoji's new consumer guide aims to provide consumers with an in-depth review and useful comparison between the different options.
An excerpt from the report is included below:
"WP Engine is a dedicated WordPress Hosting provider that touts its deep knowledge of the popular platform. It's ideal for people who want to customize WordPress. WP Engine specializes in WordPress. It claims that all of its employees are experts in the platform. Evercache loads sites faster, which can also improve Google rankings. It also allows for more scalability as your site grows. One-click access to backup and recovery options at no extra charge, so you don't have to worry if your site goes down. WP Engine offers 24/7 support by Internet. Customers who buy the higher-priced triers will also get phone support."
"Page.ly is a hosting company that, like WP Engine, specializes in sites based on WordPress. Page.ly's selling point is that it handles upgrades, both to the core of WordPress and its plugins, automatically. The core features include: Automatic upgrades to both WordPress and any installed plugins, Enterprise-level security, including malware detection and removal, Caching for faster load times. Page.ly only offers Internet-based support. Users can check previous answers on its forum and its FAQ, or can submit a new support request ticket."
"Rackspace is a well-known hosting provider. Although it offers no special WordPress-specific features, the service is an excellent way to host a WordPress site. Rackspace offers a number of solutions, from private cloud to managed hosting, but the Cloud siteS plan is the closest to the other two services. The cloud option support WordPress and a number of popular Web applications. The base price is more expensive than the cheapest options of both WP Engine and Word.ly, but this option might be better suited to business users who need reliability. Rackspace offers what it calls "fanatical support," over phone, email and live chat. It's included with the base price of the hosting option."
Knoji, based in Los Angeles, is a leading consumer website providing in-depth reviews, Q&A forums, and information on deals and discounts on thousands of top retailers worldwide. Consumers can find information on most leading e-commerce websites including those from the fashion, technology, financial and travel industries.