1. Cheap hosting is abundant. But it's not so cheap when you factor in troubles common to shared hosting: blacklisting, slow server response, downtime, and slow server management tools.
2. Great hosting is not expensive. Unless you're running a super high-traffic site, great hosting can be very cost-effective and run virtually unattended for a very long time.
3. Change is good. Well, maybe not all change— but updating your website on a regular basis is something that managed hosting can help you do. That helps you stay current with tech, trends, content, and search engine visibility.
Having worked with the native hosting setups of many different clients, we've learning that simplicity pays off, and not just in the long run.
Here are a few of the providers that we use and recommend.
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