WordPress Hosting

 

The best WordPress Hosting plans for a blog or website

Name.com’s WordPress Hosting is a cheap and fast way to get on the web. With a customizable look and feel, along with ample storage, it’s everything you need to get your blog or website going. We’ll take care of hosting and the installation of WordPress.

WordPress Hosting

The easiest way to create a blog or website.

$29.95/year

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WordPress Hosting includes

  • One-click installation
  • Unlimited storage
  • Unlimited bandwidth
  • Free daily backups
  • Theme and plugin support
  • Free Lets Encrypt SSL

Want even more options for building your website?

If you’re a bit more tech savvy and want complete control over your website, including FTP access and more, check out Name.com’s Hosting Plans.

WordPress Hosting FAQ

How do I host a WordPress site?


With Name.com’s WordPress Hosting, we take care of that for you. Normally, you’d need to purchase a hosting plan then set up WordPress through c-Panel. But with WordPress Hosting, we do the work for you—all you need to do is choose a plan that works for your blog or website.

What is managed WordPress hosting?


Managed WordPress hosting is where the user works with an intermediary (in this case, Name.com) while setting up and making changes to your site. Rather than having to deal with the technical issues that come with choosing a hosting plan and connecting it to a WordPress account, we take care of it for you—so you can enjoy safe, reliable hosting on a WordPress site that’s ready to go.

How is hosting a WordPress site different from hosting another website?


WordPress is a great choice for website owners for its customizability and ease of use. You don’t need extensive coding knowledge for WordPress, but you can still give it a look and feel you love.

What does one-click installation really mean?


Just that—all you have to do is indicate which domain you would like to connect to a WordPress hosted site, and we’ll do the work for you. Your DNS records will automatically be set and you’ll receive an email from WordPress with instructions to set your username and password.