1 WordPress install
5GB RAID 10 NVMe SSD Storage
10GB CDN Bandwidth
Shared IP Address
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99.99% Uptime SLA
2 WordPress installs
20 GB RAID 10 NVMe SSD Storage
100 GB CDN Bandwidth
Free SSL & CDN
Dedicated IP Address
Powered by Litespeed®
99.99% Uptime SLA
99.9% Uptime Guarantee
Ensure your website is available when it matters most - we guarantee 99.9% uptime on all of our plans.
Keep your information safe
Keep your important information safe from hackers and identity thieves with a Premium Wildcard SSL certificate and Domain Privacy protection.
A control panel anyone can use
Harness the power and simplicity of our easy-to-use cPanel control panel and use our CloudHero Dashboard to manage all your services.
Deliver superior website performance for your visitors by combining our node-based servers with our content delivery network.
Add, Edit and remove your content yourself. No need to have your webmaster update it.
Wordpress is Free
Developed as an open source application, WordPress is free to use.
Thousands of available plugins and resources allow you to do almost anything.
It's not enough just having a website, WordPress can make it easy to have your content ranked on searches.
Since WordPress is so widely used on the internet, there are hundreds of communities offering support.
Customizing your site is a breeze with WordPress, as there are almost limitless option of themes to choose from.
Frequently Asked Questions
Shared WordPress hosting is basically a hosting environment that has a few WordPress-specific optimizations and offers easy WordPress installations. Most shared hosting environments offer some form of WordPress optimization since it’s such a popular CMS.
Managed WordPress hosting is the next level of WordPress hosting. This style of hosting essentially takes care of everything related to your WordPress site. It commonly includes features like site upgrades, improved WordPress performance, virus scans, backups, and more. With managed WordPress hosting everything related to your hosting environment is done for you.
WordPress originally started as a website builder, but in time has morphed into a full-fledged content management system (CMS). This makes it perfect for sites that either has a lot of content or are planning to scale up content creation in the future.
The single aspect of WordPress that trips up a lot of beginners is the fact that there are two different versions of WordPress available.
The first is a self-hosted version of WordPress, where you host a site using the WordPress.com subdomain. In this case, your URL will read something like “catsanddogs.wordpress.com”. Using this version will give you access to a handful of themes and some basic features.
However, taking this route isn’t recommended as your theme customizations and plugin access will be limited. Along with only getting access to a restricted feature set your domain name won’t be the most professional or sharable since you won’t have a branded domain.
The other version of WordPress is fully downloadable and you install the CMS on your own server. If that sounds difficult, don’t worry, most hosts have bundled software installers that make it incredibly easy to install WordPress and configure it properly within minutes.
Your clients will not find any CloudHero logo or reference to our company in their hosting accounts thanks to the white-label marketing tools we provide.
White-label hosting is a service provided by one company that other parties re-brand in order to hide the connection to the company owner. This feature may be very important if you are going to resell our hosting services.
We provide white-label marketing tools with some of our hosting solutions. You will not find any CloudHero logo or reference to our company if you decide to go with Reseller hosting, a VPS or Dedicated server.
If you have one of the aforementioned hosting services with us, you can even brand the cPanel logo for your customers with your own one in WHM > cPanel > Branding tool.
You can also register private nameservers to provide your customers with. This way, your clients will be using your custom DNS records to point their domain names to your hosting account.