- By Joe Fylan
- Last updated: February 18, 2020
Does your WordPress website need more speed? More security? Does access to features such as automatic website backups, automatic WordPress software updates and a selection of high-quality premium WordPress themes as part of your hosting package sound appealing?
If so, managed WordPress hosting (rather than regular ‘shared’ hosting) could be just what you need! And WP Engine are quite possibly the biggest company in this space.
In this review, we’ll be covering exactly what you’ll get access to if you sign up with WP Engine. We’ll also look at what loading times you can expect (we’ve carried out a series of in-depth tests with leading themes), uptime results, load-impact test results (i.e., how they perform when lots of site visitors all want to access your site simultaneously, creating traffic surges), and everything else they have to offer.
If you’re tired of reading hosting reviews that simply rehash feature lists and promotional content, this WP Engine review will be of huge interest. It should provide you with all of the information and data you need to make an informed decision on whether or not to choose WP Engine.
About WP Engine Managed WordPress Hosting
WP Engine may not have been the first to offer managed WordPress hosting — that honor actually goes to Pagely — but they are by now the biggest (and best-known) company in the managed WordPress hosting sector. With well over 80,000 customers in 140 countries, WP Engine certainly have heaps of experience hosting a huge variety of WordPress sites. In fact, according to their marketing materials, ‘five percent of the online world visits at least one experience on WP Engine each day’!
By offering high-performance hosting environments specifically optimized for WordPress websites, while
This article was written by Joe Fylan and originally published on WinningWP.