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hi, first of all, I want to thank you all for being here, for reading and answering for help.

I wanna build store dropshipping with woocommerce so what the best hosting for woocommerce.

woocommerce they recommend siteground and bluehost, but I also like Namecheap because they have faster hosting and Stockage SSD.

So guys what do think.
 

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Woo is some kind of heavy load to maintain good balance i suggest VPS with HostDel. If you just need shared then you can go with VPS + Vesta Panel
Good Luck
 

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i'd recommend interserver cuz it's $1.99 but it'd be bad with a sizable traffic
 

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hi, first of all, I want to thank you all for being here, for reading and answering for help.

I wanna build store dropshipping with woocommerce so what the best hosting for woocommerce.

woocommerce they recommend siteground and bluehost, but I also like Namecheap because they have faster hosting and Stockage SSD.

So guys what do think.

@pamiso

Some of the best hosting providers for WooCommerce include the following. SiteGround provides excellent support, competitive costing, and performance. Also, it's easy to use, and it has basic shared options. Another provider is Bluehost. This provider also has affordable plans for WooCommerce, and it comes with free SSL. Also, it features 100 GB SSD storage and unmetered bandwidth. Lastly is the DreamHost. It can let you make three calls every month with this provider's concierge assistance. Furthermore, it includes a free Jetpack Professional plug-in.
 

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@pamiso

Some of the best hosting providers for WooCommerce include the following. SiteGround provides excellent support, competitive costing, and performance. Also, it's easy to use, and it has basic shared options. Another provider is Bluehost. This provider also has affordable plans for WooCommerce, and it comes with free SSL. Also, it features 100 GB SSD storage and unmetered bandwidth. Lastly is the DreamHost. It can let you make three calls every month with this provider's concierge assistance. Furthermore, it includes a free Jetpack Professional plug-in.
Is bluehist come with all this features in start plan?
 

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I am using Cloudways to host my affiliate stores. They make use of third party hosting providers including Google, AWS, Digital ocean, vultr and Linode. One thing I like about them is how easy to upgrade the bandwidth, size and memory as required. So if you expect a sudden spike in traffic you can increase it on a click. And they charge only for the hours the server is up. So if you do not like them you can use another hosting. But if you are good on the technical side you can get the same specs with third-party hostings directly which will give you better rates.
 

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At least a VPS, definitely. Woocommerce is very costly in terms of resources. There are some cheap companies like digital ocean or vultr, but you have to manage your site using the command line.
 

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Guru.co.uk (not mine) for sure, hidden gem!
Moved my website between siteground, wpx, closte, cloudways and now guru.
None of them could match performance guru has.
 

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Personally I use GreenGeeks and happy with them they have fastest page speed landing i like it :)
 

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Personally I use GreenGeeks and happy with them they have fastest page speed landing i like it :)

I had a very bad experience with them in the past.

Woocommerce can use tons of resources if you're using multiple plugins with it, that's why it's not a good idea to use shared hosting especially if you're going to run ads and expecting to get a lot of visitors,
my recommendation is to get a VPS, you can start small and upgrade as you grow.
 

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I wonder why nobody mentioned AWS? Love it even for the small projects - it has a 1-year free tier. Then you can re-register and enjoy free 1-year again if you are feeling greedy.
 
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