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What is Wordpress Hosting?


WordPress is a free application that you can use to create websites. Most users create blogs, business sites, galleries, or portfolios, but it is highly adaptable and can be used for a variety of purposes. Using free themes and plugins, users can customize their site and extend its functionality.

Building a website with a Content Management System (CMS) is an increasingly popular option for small business owners who value versatility and simplicity. And one of the most powerful and well-known CMS applications on the market today is WordPress.

Why Choose WordPress?


WordPress is template-based. You simply choose a theme you like, customize it, and voila—you're up and running. And with a wide variety of plug-ins, add-ons, themes, and widgets to provide customization, you can use WordPress to create just about any kind of site you can imagine.

This versatile software is used by millions to create eCommerce sites, social communities, blogs, and corporate websites around the world.

Small businesses are particularly into WordPress because it's simple and versatile. It can do a lot, but you don't need to have a lot of technical knowledge to get started.

WordPress offers SEO-friendly URLs, RSS feeds, post categories, sticky pages and media, and the interface is suitable for non-technical users.

Its vast theme library offers thousands of options for layouts, and WP is designed to accommodate endless tweaking and customization. With only basic knowledge of coding, you can adapt a theme to do exactly what you need it to do.

The WordPress plugin repository contains additional bolt-ons that can be added to your site to increase its functionality. Almost every WordPress site has a couple of plugins installed; some use dozens. Plugins can be switched on and off as they're required.

Pros and Cons Wordpress Hosting


WordPress isn't a site builder (even though many people us it as such). You can get a site up and running within a few minutes if you use a one-click installer, or a few hours with a manual install.

However, getting the look and feel in place can take longer. The software needs to be updated regularly to maintain security (so you don't get hacked). If you're a novice, you'll need to learn on your feet, unless you pay for a managed WordPress hosting service.

1. Pros of Wordpress Hosting

Free, Easy to install & Use
Scales up easily
Intuitive interface
Many hosts offer specialized WordPress hosting

2 . Cons of Wordpress Hosting

Free themes can be over-used
Small coding slips can cause catastrophe
Requires maintenance for security 

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