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    For low traffic websites, shared hosting is best.

    However, with the increase of traffic and site content, shard hosting might not be suitable for the website. Then, you need to upgrade WordPress Hosting solution to VPS hosting.
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    Originally Posted by plavi52
    I redesigned my site using WordPress and am interested to change my webhost...
    My site has a small traffic and is not expected to change
    which leads to that bandwidth or traffic spikes does not worry me.

    I wonder whether it makes sense to move over to the vps because of the need for speed.
    Or no sense that pays 4 times more for a site with low traffic
    Does anyone know about what the difference is in speed for shared vs VPS.
    How time is VPS really faster?
    Stay with your shared hosting until your site gets much bigger.
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    The speed depends on the load on your website. If you do not have that many hits on your website, opt for a good shared hosting plan. Once you experience heavy traffic on your website, you can opt for a VPS.
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    I'd say there are two things to consider:

    1) If you feel need for speed with a low traffic, then probably your web-site is either really specific or very poorly designed. If there are great delays in loading pages etc (with no obvious reason) - perhaps you'd better work on the site itself.

    Using VPS in such cases is like turbo-boosting your car when it lacks a pair of wheels and drags its body over the surface.

    2) There are many different VPS providers. I've seen a pair which were slower than payed hostings. Moreover, it is a question whether you want VPS with technology providing constant performance, or with shared resources (which would be cheaper, and may be sometimes faster and sometimes slower).

    However, since you did not give info on specific details, page-load times, description of your web-site etc. - it is hard to tell anything definite.
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    shared


    will suggest you to check with any shared service provider and if the site need more resources them move to VPS, WordPress sites are work well with shared environment, it's depends on your requirements finally
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    I am hosting a gaming site online, were users will connect to the game from all over. I'm looking for a company host that will have fast services, and little to no lag.
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    Originally Posted by plavi52
    I redesigned my site using WordPress and am interested to change my webhost...
    My site has a small traffic and is not expected to change
    which leads to that bandwidth or traffic spikes does not worry me.

    I wonder whether it makes sense to move over to the vps because of the need for speed.
    Or no sense that pays 4 times more for a site with low traffic
    Does anyone know about what the difference is in speed for shared vs VPS.
    How time is VPS really faster?
    Instead of changing the hosting provider, Why don't you ask them to serve some discount since, you don't want such larger bandwidth.
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    Originally Posted by Dominic-PVM
    It depends on your traffic. If you have low traffic, then I would recommend shared hosting to start off with.

    You can always upgrade to a VPS later.

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    PremiumVM
    That was the thing I thought, you do not need vps if it is working fine in shared hosting, vps needs extra management, and believe me you will not notice any change in speed.
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    Originally Posted by Dominic-PVM
    It depends on your traffic. If you have low traffic, then I would recommend shared hosting to start off with.

    You can always upgrade to a VPS later.
    My website traffic is better. Do i need upgrade VPS now?
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    Originally Posted by TyroBeals
    My website traffic is better. Do i need upgrade VPS now?
    In such case Yes you should.
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    Originally Posted by TyroBeals
    My website traffic is better. Do i need upgrade VPS now?
    In such case Yes you should.
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