5 Best WooCommerce Hosting Providers in 2024

    Love Shah
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Which hosting plan to choose? This can seem like an overwhelming question, considering the number of hosting plans and providers available in 2022 for your business.

So, here are a few things you might want to consider before choosing the hosting provider for your business. 

Most important, is the type of hosting it has to offer, your hosting budget, backup, and security policy, if it provides a dedicated IP, domain, uptime, server storage, scalability, traffic management, and add-on benefits.

And, considering these points, here’s a detailed analysis of the 5 best WooCommerce Hosting providers for 2022.

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1.  SiteGround


SiteGround is the best fit if you’re looking for budget-friendly yet reliable, easy-to-use hosting.

SiteGround comes at an affordable price starting from $6.99/month. You have a  variety when it comes to types of hosting; to name a few shared, VPS and dedicated servers, to cloud and WordPress hosting. 

They cover the security aspect of your business with a free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate.

Although a dedicated IP address is an add-on purchase, SiteGround does provide you with a free email. Plus, it also provides free backup restores and caching functionality. 

Besides, you get direct SSH access to your cloud account and can also take advantage of secure file transfer and management(SFTM). You also receive 10 of GB Web Space. SiteGround gives scope for unmetered bandwidth.

You are saving a lot of time here, with the WooCommerce Plugin preinstalled. The Integrated CDN SSDs, NGINX, optimal PHP7, and SG Optimizer make your users’ experience smooth and desirable. Moreover, it even provides you with an uptime of 100%.

The support for setting up your hosting has 24/7 availability. But what might disappoint you is your user experience with SiteGround’s control panel. To see if SiteGround works for you, give it a trial run, as it offers a 30-days money-back policy.

2. Bluehost


WooCommerce recommends Bluehost for your hosting plan. Bluehost has a basic plan starting at $12.95/month, providing you with 6 different types of hostings; shared, VPS, dedicated, shared WordPress, managed WordPress, and WooCommerce hosting. 

Your visitors are assured that the site is safe with a free SSL certificate and HTTPS protocol.

Bluehost provides you with a dedicated IP address. Additionally, it also gets you a free domain for a year.

VPS server allows high performance and greater stability of your website. You can use the File Transfer Protocol(FTP) to upload, download and modify files on your server. With Bluehost, you gain 50 GB SSD storage.

Bluehost pre-installs WooCommerce for you, giving you the edge to set up your site within seconds, providing a breakthrough browsing speed for your customers. Besides, it also provides an uptime of  99.98% and a 24/7 support team.

Unlike SiteGround, Bluehost gives you access to cPanel unless you choose managed WordPress hosting. They provide you with custom themes. 

But what sets back Bluehost is that you can’t completely rely on their complimentary backups.

3. Nexcess

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Nexcess is an industry-leading managed hosting provider. Their CDN extends worldwide, and they own and operate their own data centers for superior privacy and performance.

At a starting price ranging from $13.30/month, it’s managed WooCommerce plans includes ultra-fast loading, a simplified dashboard, curated plugins, 1-click checkout, page builders, and 24/7/365 support.

Unlike other providers, Nexcess helps store owners focus on their business.

They include powerful and profitable tools at no charge: Sales Performance Monitor, Plugin Performance Monitor, and WooCommerce Automated Testing.


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If you are looking for advanced functionality and greater speed, WP Engine might be a smart investment. 

WP Engine comes at a basic price range starting from $25/month. Although it’s priced higher than the others WPengine has a variety of features to offer. It has dedicated WordPress hosting and ensures your site security with Free SSL, SSH.

WPEngine keeps your tension at bay with automated backups. WPengine uses Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP) due to its improved security features. You avail of 10GB of local storage.

Installing Woocommerce is just a few clicks away when you are using WPEngine. Integrated CDN makes the loading speed of the page and your content maximum. Having said that, it provides an uptime of nearly 100% and 24-hour assistance for your business.

WPEngine can be a good option for you if you are a beginner, with its beginner-friendly control panel. The one thing that holds it back is it is expensive and doesn’t offer a free domain and dedicated IP. It does offer free automated migration though.

5. DreamHost


Easy, Fast, Guaranteed… DreamHost has it all. 

DreamHost starts at a price range of $2.95/month and offers shared hosting. Your site is SSL certified for free.

DreamHost provides you with a free Domain for a year and makes taking backups convenient with VaultPress. WebFTP allows you to connect to your server, without the hassle of logging in to a third-party client. You also have SSD storage at your disposal.

DreamHost has pre-installed WooCommerce for you and takes no time to set up. It uses SSD drives, HTTP/2, and PHP 7 allowing a great browsing speed for your customers. Besides having an uptime of  99.99% and a 24/7 support team, they offer free automated WP migration.

DreamHost makes your control over site actions easy, with an easy-to-navigate control panel. Drawbacks include that you don’t have a dedicated IP and free email.

To Sum Up,

Your site is unique and has its unique needs.

So, if you’re starting out and do not need an extensive server, Bluehost shared hosting can be a reliable option. 

But, if you’re setting up a mega store and need full-fledged support, managed Nexcess hosting can be a good option, provided you have the budget. 

While each hosting provider has differences, with this analysis notice which hosting checks your boxes.

Let us know if you have any further questions or any concerns while picking a hosting platform, we’d be happy to help 🙂

Love Shah

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