Is WP Engine Reliable For WordPress Hosting

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Nowadays many users are trying to find the best choice for WordPress hosting. While many hosting companies offer cheap hosting plans it’s still not fully optimized for WordPress. In addition, lack of security and server downtime can cause a big headache to a lot of users who successfully run WordPress sites. So what can you do to get rid of this issue? Find a reliable hosting package that is suitable for WordPress? Well, today I am going to talk about WP Engine, one of the popular hosting options for WordPress.

WP Engine Hosting Plans & Pricing

Currently there are four WordPress hosting plans they are offering.

Personal – $29.00/month

Personal plan is very basic. It includes one WordPress install with unlimited data transfer. If you are just starting out a new blog this plan might be suitable for you (around 25,000 visits/month or less). It also allows you to store up to 10 GB of data.

Professional – $99.00/month

If you are getting moderate traffic (around 100,000 visits/month or less) professional plan might just be the one you are looking for. It allows you to set up multiple WordPress installs (up to 10) and store 20 GB of data. Data transfer is also unlimited for this plan.

Business – $249.00/month

Business plan offers 25 WordPress installs and up to 30 GB of data storage. It is suitable for sites getting huge traffic (around 400,000 visits/month or less). If you have already established sites for business there is no good alternative to this plan.

Premium

If you need something more than the business plan you would have to go with the Premium plan. This plan offers unlimited WordPress installs, storage and data transfer. You can even have millions of visits every month. Unfortunately the price for this plan is not listed on their site. You will need to contact them for more information.

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2 thoughts on “Is WP Engine Reliable For WordPress Hosting”

  1. Afraid I don’t see where you’ve explained why WP Engine is more reliable. I’ve only been using WP Engine for 6 weeks & found way more problems than my own VPS for the last 7 years. Today my website disappeared along with a week’s worth of updates. I learned the hard way that their daily checkpoint doesn’t include the upload folder … so what’s the point when that’s 95% of your updates. It seems like they provide a skeleton but you have to buy lots of services elsewhere with no email allowed, no dynamic related posts (they want you to take your traffic elsewhere) and for real backups, you have to go buy vault press. My initial impression is poor & if there’s another problem, I’ll be moving my site elsewhere for … stability.

  2. As POP3 only supports downloading from the main Inbox folder associated with the web based account, changes that you make locally will not reflect back on the server.

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