DreamPress Review

DreamHost Managed WordPress Hosting (Data-Driven Review 2019)

We’ve tested another managed WordPress hosting, DreamHost.

We bought a DreamHost managed WordPress starter plan hosting that didn’t come with CDN enabled.

BUT the results are pretty promising.

We are satisfied with its “Extreme Speed with Built-in Caching” as it says on DreamHost official website.

DreamPress runs on Openstack platform which is a free and open-source software platform for cloud computing.

Here is our data-driven review of DreamHost managed WordPress hosting AKA DreamPress.

Let’s jump into our default process to get you the real uptime, page load speed data to make you believe about the hosting performance.

DreamHost Managed WordPress Hosting Plan and Features

DreamHost has main features like other managed hosting.

DreamHost is running on very high-performance cloud server architectures. That gives your site a speed boost even you do not activate CDN.

You will get a free domain for one year once you signed up. That’s pretty good.

DreamHost has visitors limitations but NO bandwidth restrictions. You can offer any size of data on your site.

They offer “Wp website builder” option. It will help you build a beautiful website and it has a drag-and-drop editor.

They have free “Let’s Encrypt” SSL installed. So you can easily earn your visitors trust about the credibility of your website.

They have a very easy built-in caching function in WordPress. You just need to do the 1-click purge. No complex functions at all. The caching function has advanced multi-layer technology which optimizes your page speeds.

You can make a staging site to test your themes, plugins just doing 1-click. No hassle.

$299/year worth Jetpack plugin is included in the DreamPress Plus and Pro plan. You will get Jetpack Image CDN, Video CDN. Also, Jetpack will protect your site from malicious login attempts.

You can add email accounts. This privilege comes often with managed WordPress hosting though.

According to the DreamHost website, they call their managed WP hosting is DreamPress.

There are three plans- DreamPress, DreamPress Plus, and DreamPress Pro.

DreamHost Managed WordPress Hosting Plan and Pricing

The main differences between the three plans are monthly visitors, SSD storage, Support, Jetpack license, and CDN.

We purchased the 1st one to test. We also wanted to check how DreamPress works without CDN.

We think 30 GB SSD storage is fine to any small website even after taking backup daily.

The 100k monthly visitor limitation is very reasonable.

One thing is missing, CDN.

The $79.95/month for DreamPress pro where you can host only one WordPress site which is a little pricy. We will discuss its pricing according to its performance later.

By the way, if you are low on money, you can try their shared hosting for WordPress.

Inside the DreamPress Hosting Environment

Unlike typical cPanel, DreamHost managed WP hosting has a different dashboard.

DreamPress MWP dashboard

In the dashboard, you can manage your WordPress site easily. You will able to install a new WordPress site.  There are WordPress resources on the dashboard.



In the managed WordPress section, you can add a custom domain. Also, you can create and restore a backup. And most importantly staging site which can be built with a 1-click.

You can browse the file manager using webFTP. It also has different looks but superbly easy to handle.

You can manage email accounts in one place which is not possible mostly other top managed WordPress hosting providers.

In the dashboard, you can see where is your data center located. Our website data center is located near Portland, Oregon, USA.

You can manage your database using phpMyAdmin. Although you can’t add a new database.

DreamHost Bandwidth usage

You can able to use other dev tools like WP-Cli and other server-side tools. You can also see site statistics there.

So we can tell you that it is not a very unfamiliar hosting environment. As everything is in one place, it will be easy.

Inside the WordPress Dashboard

We looked into our WordPress site setup in DreamPress which was installed on one of their temporary subdomains.

We were very interested to see their Caching purge plugin. Earlier in this post, we learned about this.

Well, we checked the plugin settings. It’s just simple purge setting plugin that you don’t have anything to change. Very simple but effective, we must say.

Then we looked into plugins list. DreamPress stuffed with some plugins like Yoast, VoltPress, OptinMonster and DreamHost’s own Purge and Backup plugin which is called “DreamObjects Backups”.

DreamPress WordPress Dashboard

Uptime Monitoring

We have monitored the uptime for 14 days and there were 3 outages(total 5 minutes).

The uptime for 15 days was 99.95% which is good.

DreamPress Uptime Reports

We found the reason behind the outages in Pingdom root cause analysis report. It was some server maintenance.

DreamHost provides response rate average 2000ms. That’s pretty high. But it didn’t slow the site down.

We saw the response time from the USA was much lower than in other places in the world. Cause the data center is located in the USA.

DreamHost Managed WordPress Hosting Response Time Reports

The built-in caching plugin takes care of the speed issue. We assume that if we used the CDN, then the page load time would have been faster.

Page Speed Test

We have tested its page loading speed on our default web pages.

All pages are heavily stuffed with non-resized images, self-hosted video, 3rd party video(i.e. YouTube), slider, parallax etc.

We have tested on three different testing platform- Pingdom, GTmetrix and Google PSI(Page Speed Insights).

Results are good. Again, we didn’t use CDN or any image optimizer. Just wanted to see the RAW results.

Let’s dive into the test results.

Pingdom Speedtest

We tested the page speed in four different locations- USA(Eastern & Western), Australia, Europe, and Eastern Asia.

DreamPress Pingdom Page Speed Tests

We saw that our default Home page was loaded in less than 4 seconds in USA and Europe. Without the CDN this is good. Although DreamPress is running on cloud architecture.

We assumed that it would be good if the web pages were well-optimized.

Here is the Pingdom test video with DreamPress. 

GTmetrix Page Speed Test

After Pingdom speed test, we headed to GTmetrix.

Just for your info, GTmetrix has a different algorithm to calculate data. The total page speed time can be ignored. You just have to look into its “Timing” tabs to see the real results.

Here are our GTmetrix test results-

DreamHost MWP GTmetrix Tests

We saw our default home page loaded in less than 5 seconds in Dallas, USA.

And the longest page load time was 11.2 seconds which was tested in Mumbai, India.

So we were interested to see the real load time for these two locations.

Here are the results-

As you can see in the USA result, the connect time in less than 200ms which is superb.

Then the TTFB is 1.4 seconds. The Time to First Byte which indicates the first visible response of the HTML form of the website.

According to GTmetrix

Time to First Byte (TTFB) is the total amount of time spent to receive the first byte of the response once it has been requested. It is the sum of “Redirect duration” + “Connection duration” + “Backend duration”. This metric is one of the key indicators of web performance.

The first paint and contentful paint comes in 1.9 seconds. It means the home page’s first meaningful contents rendered in the browser in 1.9 seconds. The FCP result is average, NOT BAD.

The DOM loaded in 2 seconds. Looks like there is no stylesheet blocking JS execution. That’s why DOM interaction and DOM content loaded time same.

Onload time is 2.5 seconds. That means all downloadable components like JS, CSS are loaded in 2.5 seconds.

On the other hand, In Mumbai, India, where our DreamPress hosted Home page loaded in almost 10 seconds.

The TTFB is 1.8 seconds. It’s good.

But the FP and FCP are 3.5 seconds. The FCP result is SLOW. We understand it happened because of data center location. But it can be improved using CDN.

The DOM interaction and DOM content load time in 3.6 seconds. It’s pretty much lengthy.

Also, the Onload time is 9+ seconds.

According to GTmetrix

Onload time occurs when the processing of the page is complete and all the resources on the page (images, CSS, etc.) have finished downloading. This is also the same time that DOM complete occurs and the JavaScript window.onload event fires.

It can also be improved by minifying JS, CSS. Using CDN can be useful as well.

Here is the video of GTmetrix tests in detail. Have a look.

Google Page Speed Insights Result


We checked the Home page on the Google PSI. It scored 66% without optimizing. Although the score is based on a few metrics, improvise those things the score will be going UP.

By the way, we saw both contentful paint and meaningful paint scored in 0.9 sec.

We may ask a question why this is different on Google PSI than on GTmetrix test.

In Speed Index, it shows the site loads in 5.4 seconds which is an average result.

We checked the CPU idle time is good. Means it is the amount of time the page responds to users.

First Input Delay time is 140ms which is an average score. 0 to 100ms is considered as fast.

Time to Interactive time is also average. The time is 2.7 seconds. It means the page took 2.7 seconds to be interactive.


DreamHost offers your security things with some security layers. DreamSheild is its malware removal tool that protects sites from malware and other vulnerabilities using real-time monitoring and automatic fixes.

For your information, it is not FREE. You need to pay just $3/mo per site.

DreamHost sets up a firewall by default. So it protects you from malicious web attacks.

Besides, its file managing system has SSH security feature. So there is no chance to hotlinking or remote file snooping.


DreamPress support is good. They let you contact through Live Chatting, Phone Call and Submitting Ticket.

DreamHost Managed WordPress Hosting Supports

We tried to get connected via the “Chat with an agent” option. And we were number 2 in the queue!

We got help within 2 minutes and the hosting tech guy was very resourceful.

So we can tell you the DreamHost managed WordPress hosting support is fast enough.


DreamHost managed WordPress hosting has three plans – DreamPress, DreamPress Plus, and DreamPress Pro.

The pricings are different based on monthly or yearly.

If you buy monthly, you will have to pay 19.95 USD/Mo. But If you plan for a year, then 16.95 per month.

Please be noted that you can host one domain only with each plan. So it’s little bit pricy.

Unlimited CDN is only included with DreamPress Plus and Pro plans. We think it should be added with every plan.

DreamPress offers 30-days money back guaranty.  SO you can buy without worry.

DreamHost offers a full refund on DreamPress hosting fees if your plan is canceled within the first 30 days of opening the account.


After testing its uptime and page speed test, we can tell you that DreamPress is a good managed WordPress Hosting if you want to host one domain.

As it is running on Openstack cloud computing, it is pretty fast without enabling CDN and optimizing web pages.

It is a bit expensive but it worths to buy for.

Let us know in the comment box what do you think. Also, share your experience with DreamHost managed WordPress hosting.

A2 Managed WordPress Hosting Review 2020

A2 Managed WordPress Hosting Review 2020 (Features, Uptime and Speed Test)

Recently we have picked A2 hosting’s managed WordPress plan.

Honestly, it has amazed us with its speed.

At first, we were not sure about its Plesk server performance. BUT the results we got are really GREAT!

Here is our in-depth review of A2 managed WordPress hosting.

Let’s have a look into its Plesk cPanel and the real data about its uptime and page speed.

A2 WordPress Hosting plan and features

We looked into their website to check their WordPress hosting plan. Actually, they have two kinds of WordPress hosting plan. One is Shared WordPress hosting and another one is Managed WordPress hosting.

A2 WP Hosting Types


What’s the difference between these two?

Well, hosting’s operating system is the main fact. Shared is run on Linux based cPanel whereas Managed is run on Windows Plesk server.

Besides, the Shared hosting plan is not “Turbo optimized”. We believe it is some terms to boost the speed. Let’s see!

In the Shared hosting plan, you will have to perform the “Do-It-Yourself WordPress”. Means you need to install manually(of course it has installer like other cPanel).  The Backups, Site staging is not available.

As per the A2 managed WordPress hosting plan says it is 20x faster than the Shared plan. Besides, you can take the backup, make a staging site for your production site.

We were excited to test the managed plan. So we bought the Managed WordPress hosting plan.

Here are some notable features of the managed hosting plan.

  • Unlimited Transfer(No limit!)
  • Free SSL, SSD & CDN
  • Turbo (Up To 20X Faster)
  • Powered by Plesk
  • Site Staging
  • Easy, Automated Backups
  • Free Jetpack License
  • Free & Easy Site Transfer
  • Anytime Money Back Guarantee

Inside the A2 Managed WordPress Hosting Backend

A2 Plesk control panel is pretty identical to the well-known Linux cPanel control panel. Despite the different looks of the dashboard, the essential features are there and you are good to use it.

You’ll have the Plesk control panel where you’ll have access to your websites, email, file manager, databases, and statistics!

Check the screenshot below.


A2 Managed WordPress Hosting Dashboard

Generally in managed hosting the file managed comes restricted and only can be accessed through sFTP.

But in A2 managed you can browse files with full privileges like what you get in cPanel file manager.

The WordPress site data will be in “httpdocs” folder.

Have a look at the file manager.

A2 Managed WordPress Hosting File Manager


As you can add unlimited subdomains and install WordPress on them. You will able to add unlimited databases.

So if you want to make a staging or dev site, you can easily select a database manually or create automatically while setting up a new WordPress site.

The Easy-To-Use staging site allows you to test changes and updates before you take them live.

Like cPanel, you can also access databases using phpMyAdmin. You can also make database backup easily.

Regarding email addresses, you can create unlimited email addresses according to A2 hosting plan.

You can check your statistics about how much storage left or how much bandwidth you already used.

The bandwidth is unlimited. No restriction!

You will have a dedicated WordPress control page where you can manage your sites.

You can scan the site for malware or other security flaws. Have a look at the Plesk WordPress control panel.


A2 MWP hosting WP Dashboard

WP-CLI is pre-installed so you can manage your WordPress sites with the command line.

So you will get all the useful feats in a single place. We can tell you that the A2 Plesk control panel is no different.

Check out the backend video tour.

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Inside the WordPress Dashboard

Well, it is not all about their superfast LiteSpeed server, there are a couple of things in their WordPress setup.

A2 wordpress Exclusive Plugins



A2 Optimized and A2 Fixed W3 Total Cache 

These two plugins actually making the differences.

A2 Optimized tunes up the site speed doing whatever it takes by minifying CSS/JS, compressing HTML (incorporating with W3 Total Cache plugin) and resizing images(they used Eww image optimizer plugin).

We saw two significant features in the A2 Optimized plugin.

  • Turbo Web Hosting
  • Memcached Database and Object Cache


A2 WP Optimized Plugin Features

What do these two features do?

As per the A2 optimized plugin

Turbo Web Hosting servers compile .htaccess files to make speed improvements. Any changes to .htaccess files are immediately re-compiled.

Turbo Web Hosting servers have their own PHP API that provides speed improvements over FastCGI and PHP-FPM (FastCGI Process Manager).

To serve static files, Turbo Web Hosting servers do not need to create a worker process as the user. Servers only create a worker process for PHP scripts, which results in faster performance.

Turbo Web Hosting servers have a built-in caching engine for Full Page Cache and Edge Side Includes.

And Memcached Database and Object Cache

Memcached is an in-memory key-value store for small chunks of arbitrary data (strings, objects) from results of database calls, API calls, or page rendering.


Uptime Monitoring

The response time is great. As we know that within 1000ms is considered fast.

The average response time is about 900 ms. It can be scored within 400 ms in the USA.

We haven’t used any CDN like Cloudflare, MaxCDN yet. So the result is satisfactory.  Although Cloudflare is integrated and free. You just need to configure. That’s why they call it in the plan “free CDN”.

Well, we checked A2 MWP hosting uptime for the last 15 days and we got a downtime.  That lasts around 20 minutes.


A2 MWP Hosting Pingdom Uptime Monitoring

Then we prompted to check what happens actually. The root cause of the downtime was 500 Error.  “database connection error”. That means it was the server-side issue. There might have been scheduled system upgrade or something wrong.


a2pingdom downtime cause analysis

We understand the outage. It happens to all web hosting providers.  No big deal.

Page Speed testing

We have tested our prototypes pages- Home, store and a long scroll page. Except for the Store page, both pages are heavy.

Although the Eww Image Optimizer plugin which is pre-installed compressed the images. The webpage size is around 6-7 MB.

Again, we didn’t configure any CDN yet. So the speed will NOT be the same in other places in the world.

We have tested the A2 hosted site in Pingdom, GTmetrix and Google PSI.

Let’s check it out.

Pingdom Page Speed Test

Here are our test results of the Pingdom speed test. As usual, we test our Home page and a long scroll inner page in 5 different locations- Eastern Asia, Australia, Eastern USA, Western USA, and Europe.

a2 managed wordpress hosting pingdom page speed


We have checked the fastest and slowest page speed test data.

We checked our prototype home page in the Western US region. The result is 1.2s. We assume the 6.5 Mb size home page loads within 1.2 sec to 2 sec. That’s super.

A2 mwp pingdom film strip

We saw that within 1 second the first contentful paint appeared which is top-notch despite there is a slider containing heavy size images. Then load fully within 2 seconds.

Then we have checked out the slowest page load time data. The location was Australia. It was more than 5 seconds which is not good. But we accept it cause the CDN is not activated yet.

A2 mwp pingdom slowest pagespeed

As we see at the page load film strip, the first byte received within 2.5s but the first contentful paint is 2 seconds late which means it was an average performance. To be reckoned as the fast loading web page, the first contentful paint should be under 1000ms.

We believe that activating CDN on this site will do the job.

Check out our Pingdom uptime monitoring and page speed data in the video below.

GTmetrix Page Speed Test

Then we tested our pages in 6 locations in the world with GTmetrix.

The results are pretty the same and we are satisfied as the CDN is not still activated. We will let you know after configuring Cloudflare.

A2 MWP GTmetrix Performance


Let’s have a look at the Page Load Timings in a location. Let’s say it is the USA.

As you see in the image the TTFB(Time to first byte) is triggered within 200ms! Which is GREAT.

Then the first contentful paint triggered in 1 second which considered fast load time.

Then the DOM and other contents loaded within 3 sec. Superb!

Here’s the video of GTmetrix results. Check it out.

Google PSI data

At last, we tested our home page which is heavy enough to check hosting’s page loading ability.

The Google PSI results are also GREAT.

Both contentful and meaningful paint found within 800ms.

That is a really great result.

The page speed score can be boosted by optimizing a few things.


A2 Hosting Security

A2’s “Perpetual Security” measures help prevent you from getting hacked!

That’s why your account includes free HackScan Protection to help block hacks before the damage done.

According to A2 hosting…

KernelCare rebootless kernel updates, brute force defense, a dual firewall and a number of other security features are already in action to keep your site secure.

Their Reinforced distributed denial of service (DDoS) Protection saves your site even from the most sophisticated distributed denial of service attacks.

A2 Hosting Support

The only way to get help from the A2 experts is the ticket. But they response superbly quick. We got useful help on certain topics in less than an hour.

A2 Hosting Support

Besides, you can enrich your knowledge with their knowledgebase.

Also, check yourself about the network status.


This is is how you can open a ticket to get help. Relax they are fast to reply and very resourceful.

FYI, always include your support PIN to get supports faster


A2 managed WordPress hosting is a little bit pricy but it worths to buy for.

Here is their current pricing

A2 managed WordPress hosting pricing

You will get a promotional price which is insanely 60% off!

Although you need to buy at least 3 years plan.

If you are a blogger or small business owner, then buy the 1-site or 3-site plan.

The unlimited plan should be GREAT for developers or agencies.

Buy managed WordPress hosting when you care for the page speed which will help you get  SEO boost in real quick.

You can try it completely risk-free with “Anytime Money Back Guarantee”.


After testing our default Homepage, Long page, and Woocommerce Store on Pingdom, Gtmetrix, and Google Page Speed Insights, we are very convinced with A2 managed WordPress hosting.

Adding a CDN network will certainly boost the page load time up. No doubt!

Because A2 ensures the speed using their fine-tuned SwiftServer platform complete with speed-enhancing features like solid-state drives (SSDs), Cloudflare Servershield CDN and LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress.

Uptime is OKAY. We didn’t get fully 100% uptime though.

Despite not having chatting option their Support is swift and agents very helpful.

Let us know what do you think about A2.

Also, feel free to drop your hosting related queries below in the comment box.

GoDaddy WordPress Hosting Review

GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting (In-depth Review 2020)

GoDaddy is a web host and domain register giant. They have been providing top class hosting services along with the world’s largest domain register title. 

We have been testing its managed WordPress hosting. The results we got are amazing. As they say, they are “blazing fast”. Yes, they are correct. But some conditions may apply.

Here we are going to show you inside the GoDaddy MWP environment and make you believe with the real uptime and speed results.

GoDaddy Managed Hosting Plan and Features

Currently, GoDaddy is offering four WordPress hosting packages called Basic, Deluxe, Ultimate, and Pro 5+.

GoDaddy provides almost the same benefits to all package but the package differences are based on storage, visitors and some extra features like free SSL, reports, etc.

We have tested our prototype WordPress site on the Pro 5+ plan. We are going to show you the inside dashboard and tech features lately on this page.

As per the GoDaddy, the MWP hosting benefits are here:

  • 99.9% uptime promise and money-back guarantee
  • CDN Boost for faster load times of up to 50% (New)
  • High-performance load-balanced servers
  • Free 24/7 support
  • Built-in signup forms powered by Gravity Forms ($59.00/yr value)
  • Automatic WordPress core software and security updates
  • One-click migration tool
  • Access to thousands of free themes and plugins
  • For beginners: Pre-built sites and drag & drop page editor
  • Latest version of PHP 7
  • SFTP access (Deluxe and Ultimate plans)
  • Free Microsoft Office 365 email for one year with the purchase of annual plan
  • Temporary domain name
  • Automatic daily malware scans
  • Free daily backups with 1-click restore

Inside the GoDaddy Managed WordPress cPanel

We have checked the top managed WordPress hosting environment’s dashboards. GoDaddy has one of the simplest User interface and experience.  Here is the hosting cPanel. Have a look!

GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting Dashboard



Here is how you can easily manage your WordPress site.

Basically, you will have two sites (one is your production, another is staging site). Although every WordPress site will be set up on a temporary domain first as you can see ours on GoDaddy testing.  You can add your main domain later.  Also, you can just install the staging site by 1-click. Keep in mind that WordPress core, Themes and Plugins update will be executed automatically. Sometimes that could trigger unexpected error though.

Currently, PHP 7 is set by default. You can change to version 5 if you want.

You can’t browse the file manager like shared hosting cPanel. GoDaddy uses a secure file transfer protocol. So you will get an sFTP/SSH credentials.  You need FileZilla to get access.

Recently, GoDaddy added CDN features to boost the page load time. This means your content will be cloud-hosted around the world.  It really works fine for us. We saw the page load time reduced by 50%. That’s really awesome! We will show the evidence in the speed testing review.

Regarding database access, you can easily log in to phpMyAdmin easily.


GoDaddy Managed WordPress Hosting Backup

GoDaddy WordPress hosting’s backup and restoring plan is great. GoDaddy takes backup every day. Just in case, your data disaster or you got hacked, just 1-click restore files and database features will do the job for you.

Take a video tour inside the GoDaddy managed WordPress hosting.

Uptime Monitoring

We have used Pindom’s service to monitoring the GoDaddy hosting uptime.  We actually saw amazing results with NO downtime.  Here is our data for 7 days.

Godaddy Managed WordPress Hosting Pingdom Uptime Reports



The average response rate is 405ms which is GREAT.  Generally the response rate 0-1000 ms is considered FAST.


GoDaddy wordpress hosting pingdom test results

We sneaked into the Pingdom test results log. We saw the response rate within the USA is under 200 ms where the ping from Europe is a little bit higher. Although that can be negligible.

Page Speed Performance

We have tested a few pages on different locations using Pingdom. The results are fine now. Before activating the CDN option, it was really taking time.

Check out our Pingdom and GTMetrix data below.

We have tested a home page, a long scroll page and WooCommerce shop page with a single product as well in different locations in the world.  All of them are heavy loaded non-optimized pages. For example, the home page size is around 9MB.

We noticed heavy page load time at the initial stage which was 7 sec. Later after we activated the CDN features, the page load time reduced by 50%.

Pingdom Page Speed Test Data

We have tested our non-optimized prototype home page which is around 9 MB in Western US, Europe, Australia, and Asia region.

The average result is satisfactory. We see the page load time is after CDN activated is GREAT, reduced by approx. 50%.

Also, we have tested our another prototype long scroll page which has full-size images. The page size is 4MB and the page load time is  422 ms!

Have a video tour to inside the Pingdom tests.

GTmetrix Page Speed Data

We also checked the website on GTmetrix. Our tests were made for six different locations in the world with unthrottled internet and CPU speed.

The results we got are pretty same.  Although GTmetrix shows different page load time based on the testing desktop internet and caching conditions.

Here is the data.


Godaddy managed WordPress hosting GTmetrix tests

We looked into the tests and what we discovered is the Time to First Byte (TTFB) is less than 100ms in some cases.  The First Contentful Paint triggered within 450ms. That’s considered fast. Also, the DOM and page onload time completed within 3 seconds.

GoDaddy WP hosting Gtmetrix timings data

Check out the GTmetrix results in the video.

Google PSI Data

We checked the site on Google Page Speed Insights. Despite our prototype website and its pages are not optimized, we got 76 out of 100. But the speed test data metrics results we saw are satisfactory.

GoDaddy WordPress hosting google PSI test



The first meaningful paint and contentful paint both within 700ms which is considered fast.

Time to interactive data is average. Because our site is not optimized. So you will have some things to do.

The FID(First input delay) within 200ms is average.


In GoDaddy, you can get support 24/7 from their experts. We have had a lot of chat, phone calls which turned out a good result most of the time.


godaddy support

Their phone support is open 24/7. You may have to wait on their busy day.  But the weekend is pretty faster to get a support agent.

Their very popular chat support opens All Day Mon – Fri (US time). Most of the time you may have to wait BUT we know some proper time to get engaged with.

Try contact at the Morning(US time), you will be #1 to get a support agent.

We have tested at the EST 5 PM. We got the #1 place.


godaddy support response

That’s awesome!

When you talk to them, you need to remember your GoDaddy secret PIN code to be verified it’s you.

The support tech guys are very polite and resourceful.

Apart from the phone call or chat, GoDaddy has great numbers of a resource like a community forum, blog, and knowledgebase you can use anytime.


GoDaddy MWP hosting always monitors security issues. BUT if you want them to remove malware or fix the hacked site, you need to PAY!

Besides, you can’t get access to regular web hosting cPanel.  Rather you will get secure FTP login and SSH(Secure Shell) privileges.

You will automatically get your data backed up every day. So in case if your site gets hacked or damaged, you will easily able to restore by just 1-click.

In WordPress, Godaddy automatically installed Sucuri Plugin for security. It will block unauthorized login attempts and file protection. Also, it will harden the security firewall.


GoDaddy WordPress hosting is not that pricy like Kinsta or WPEngine or other top WordPress managed hosting providers.

You will get 30% discount on their SALE season. Currently, as of 23rd August, the Basic plan starts from 6.99 USD. Although you need to buy 3 years if you want this 6.99 USD per month offer.

For a year plan, the cost will be 9.99 USD per month.

The price is very affordable. Visit this link to buy Godaddy WordPress hosting.


Well, GoDaddy is good. Not that high to meet our expectations, but good when you host one small or medium size site.

We saw in the tests that page size is matter. GoDaddy performs very well even when the page size is around 10MB or plus. So, you need to optimize the page very well.

Their CDN makes a huge boost to its customers recently. We are very very pleased with the result. You will get the most out of it if your site is worldwide.

GoDaddy support is top-notch. We are pleased with their tech guys and support agents’ dedication and skills.

Again, the pricing is very reasonable comparing the top tier MWP hosting provider.

Let us know what do you think or any questions in the comment box below.