If you have a business or you want to create a blog or an affiliate niche site, one of the first questions will be: where to host your WordPress website?

In this post, I am going to share, where I hosted my websites in the past and where I still host them today!

Namecheap + EasyWP

On Namecheap, you can buy a domain name and it is directly integrated with EasyWP. With just a few clicks you can buy a domain name + WordPress hosting. This means that WordPress will automatically be installed and you are good to go with installing a theme, plugins, or start writing your content.

Namecheap EasyWP WordPress hosting plan

I have been using this hosting for some of my sites and actually, SiriousThoughts.com is also hosted here.

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Wealthy Affiliate

Wealthy Affiliate is more than just a platform for learning affiliate marketing. They also have hosting and I have still a few websites hosted here. The more websites you will have the cheaper the hosting (because you don’t have to pay extra, this is included in the premium membership).

Wealthy Affiliate WordPress hosting easy website creation

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Honestly, that’s it. I don’t use any other hosting platforms, only these 2 and I am very happy with them. I have used them for the past 6 years and needed support a few times and I always got help quickly.

There are many other hosting services out there (that are promoted), but I don’t want to promote anything I don’t use. So, depending on your journey either choose Namecheap + EasyWP or Wealthy Affiliate. They are both great because you can create a WordPress site with just a few clicks.

So, where to host WordPress website?

If you are not satisfied with these options keep doing research, but don’t choose a hosting just because of an article that is really trying to sell you the hosting. I know there are a lot of affiliate programs out there with high commissions and many people just promote them because of that.

I am trying to be different here and just share my experiences 🙂