How To Choose The Best Web Hosting For Your Needs – 8 Types Of Hosting Explained

In this video I will explain the differences between the 8 different types of web hosting for WordPress websites. My goal is to help you figure out the best hosting for your situation and needs, not mine.

Everyone is different after all. You may just need shared hosting, or want to step up to managed WordPress hosting, everyone’s needs are different.


They go to the same place :-). There you will find my recommendations and the up-time monitor along with information on the bonuses I offer when you order new hosting from that page.

Best Shared Hosting: video coming soon
Best Managed WordPress Hosting: video coming soon
Best Managed WooCommerce Hosting: video coming soon
Best Cloud Hosting: video coming soon
Best Managed Cloud Hosting: video coming soon
Best Reseller Hosting: video coming soon
Best VPS Hosting: video coming soon
Best Dedicated Server Hosting: video coming soon

All of my opinions in this video are my own, I was not paid to make this video. Whenever there is a link in any of my videos, if there is an affiliate program available, it’s safe to assume that you are clicking on an affiliate link. Please check my website for any associated bonus I may be offering, for supporting me, or ask in the comments below.


  1. Why do we need to purchase a plan above 20$ for cloudways to get your bonus? Isn't the affiliate commission the same at 50$ for any plan for you? Or is there a difference? Asking from a user and an affiliate point of view myself as well

  2. i have per day 500-1000 visitor on my website so please recommend to me for hosting plans. i currently use Linux shared hosting and my load time is 3.34 sec. i want to use VPS or cloud hosting so please guide me

  3. Really good video with nice explanations. I am a big A2 Hosting fan, but there are several others that support those "Four S's" you discuss. Thank you.

  4. Thanks Adam, learned a couple of things here, looking forward to the new hosting videos 🙂 on managed wordpress hosting would be changing to managed cloud hosting most prob

  5. I have been using GetLark hosting company for some months. I am very satisfied with the speed of loading pages, the quality of technical support. In addition, I earn money with them, for the order of another customer. I recommend 100%.

  6. I've always enjoyed watching your videos you're very informative but the truth is that GoDaddy is not a host you want to deal with it the Wii cheat you off every penny you got mostly if you're a novice with building websites so please everyone here should be very cautious of GoDaddy they want to sell you everything if possible sell you their brain I've had my own share of the experience and I watch couple of videos that are complaining of the same issue I have to experience with GoDaddy I'm sure they're way better host out there who wants to help new website builders develop ideas thank you for your information you're very good guy you seem like one please don't advise anybody to use GoDaddy they'll come back and stress you out have a nice day

  7. I use a Reseller Account with WHM for my clients. I have a very small package with my provider that works perfectly for me; up to 20 accounts and a total of 10gb space. It may not seem a lot, but I live in the Falkland Islands and as we are so small, all people need is an online presence for basic info and sometimes an email tied into that. Using WHM to basically give each client their own account (and access if required) is so easy, I don't know why I didn't do it a long time ago!

    And Adam, love your videos and you've taught me a lot. I used to use Adobe Muse (don't judge me), but when they pulled the plug, I took the leap into WordPress and haven't looked back!

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