(PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Tired of slow hosting or outrageous prices on specialized WordPress hosting? The solution could be Traffic Planet Hosting which went live earlier in 2014.
In a recent comparison of Traffic Planet Hosting (against Hostgator, Bluehost, WPEngine and Websynthesis) conducted by the owner of Traffic Planet, Terry Kyle, a comparison that has not been refuted or challenged in any way by any of the companies featured in the fair and comprehensive test, the findings were quite dramatic. As the unedited real-time video on this page also proves, you can get a new domain bought, hosted and Wordpress fully installed in under 2 minutes.
In short, this WordPress hosting comparison concluded that:
- As soon as visitor numbers started to rise on Hostgator and Bluehost, services on those hosting companies basically collapsed – so much for unlimited bandwidth!
- While WPEngine and Websynthesis did handle increasing visitor loads well, both services only offer 1 website on their starter packages of $29 and $27 respectively (correct at time of publication) whereas Traffic Planet Hosting (https://trafficplanethosting.com/) offers up to 5 websites on its Business Package at $24.99 monthly.
In short, Traffic Planet Hosting offers 5x the value for money.
- WPEngine and Websynthesis do not offer email (at all) or nameserver configuration options and many basic functions must be done by a support ticket. WPEngine and Websynthesis do not have domain registrar integration either but are actually more expensive than Traffic Planet Hosting across all comparable plans (https://trafficplanethosting.com/cart/).
In contrast, Traffic Planet Hosting does offer 1-click email account creation, 1-click email forwarding, 1-click WordPress installation, nameserver configuration, domain registrar integration, domain forwarding, 1-click subdomain creation and many other functions, backed by a generous refund policy (https://trafficplanethosting.com/page/refund-policy/) – without the need for a support ticket.
- For migrating websites from current hosting to WPEngine or Websynthesis will cost (amounts can vary depending on the size and number of websites) users but site migration is free at Traffic Planet Hosting, regardless of a customer’s number or size of websites.
Based on this recent comparison published on Traffic Planet, it looks as though the WordPress hosting industry is about to be shaken up by a new player with much better value and features for lovers of WordPress for whom page loading speed (a ranking factor for Google now), security and user-driven functions are not a luxury but a necessity for easy hosting usage.