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  1. Jan Koch
    Jan Koch November 11, 2014 at 22:47 | | Reply

    Hey Gijs,
    thanks for this interesting write-up!
    I’d say that managed WordPress hosting is a good fit for most bloggers as long as they don’t have hundreds of thousands of visitors every month. The benefits of stability and service would be my reasons to go for it.

    Services like WP Curve or my own SimplyWP show, that WordPress users don’t want to (or can’t) spend their time fiddling around with their website. They need their website to work and to let them focus on building their business.

    I’ve been doing hosting for my own clients in the past, running my own unmanaged VPS. However, soon I realized that it’s more efficient for me and my clients to have them use managed hosting and focus on the core of my business instead of spending time tweaking my VPS.


  2. savviihq
    savviihq November 13, 2014 at 08:54 | | Reply

    Hi Jan,

    We certainly recognize a need among our customers for a go to place for small jobs as installing new themes, configurating plugins, etc.

    Kind regards,


  3. Bigwas
    Bigwas September 3, 2015 at 07:39 | | Reply

    Managed WordPress hosting seems the logical choice for those who like me is non technical whose main concern is just to post content and nothing else. Managed WordPress Hosting’s expensive plan is the limiting factor why most starting blogger like me opted to start hosting with a generic shared hosting provider.

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