Since we’re in the business of making WordPress easy for you, we believe hosting is one of the most crucial parts of how your WordPress performs, hence we’re on a hunt to review what people consider the best Hosting solutions on the internet.
We’ve been pitting the best cloud hosting solutions against each other, like Cloudways vs WPengine & Kinsta vs Flywheel. Currently, Cloudways is our go-to solution, but who knows which provider changes our mind in the future? 😉
It’s now Liquid Web and SiteGround to go head to head. So without further ado, let’s get right into it.
Liquidweb vs SiteGround
LiquidWeb has been around for more than 20 years and is basically veterans in the hosting industry. On the other hand is SiteGround, which isn’t exactly the new kid on the block but has recently come into a lot of limelight. Hence, I was really excited about this showdown, and now we’re here to pit them against each other.
Just like my other head to head reviews, I will be focusing on three aspects of these two hosting providers.
Signup Process – I will go through their signup process to see which of the two offers a more convenient signup journey.
Platform Experience – I will use both the platforms and compare them.
Performance – I will run some tests on GTMetrix to see which of the two provide better page speed and better load times.
Signing Up to Liquid Web Managed WordPress
Let’s start with LiquidWeb’s signup process.
I visited Liquid Web’s website and purchased their Managed WordPress plan which costs $29/month.
Liquid Web’s ‘Personal’ plan, which is the entry WordPress plan, comes with 20GB SSD Storage and 5TB bandwidth. I also got a staging environment along with one live WordPress website.
They don’t, however,
Keep reading this article on wpblog.com