We often get emails and messages for a recommendation for the best Elementor hosting provider. Of course, we are in no way an authority with that subject.
But still, we recommend what we’re currently using for Elementor Resources and that is SiteGround, which considered to be the leading webhosting provider.
Elementor Resources got migrated to a variety of hosting providers already, due to hacking issues and growth in traffic. We ultimately settled on SiteGround and used Cloudflare as our CDN to sustain the ever-increasing user traffic.
Anyway, here are five reasons why SiteGround is good for your Elementor website:
One-Click and Built-in
SiteGround elementor hosting will allow you to choose from a curated list of exceptional pre-populated WordPress themes organized by category and industry during installment. Among those WordPress themes is OceanWP.
“The demo content on OceanWP is built with the free version of Elementor page builder, which many website owners consider to be the easiest page builder plugin for WordPress. We install the free version of the Elementor page builder plugin by default for everyone unless you choose to opt out.” – Hristo Pandjarov, Product Development at SiteGround
If you get the StartUp package for SiteGround, you don’t need to install Elementor. It’s not that Elementor is hard to install, but it definitely saves time and effort and just proves how compatible Elementor is with SiteGround.
24/7 Live Chat
Getting support, no matter the tool or software, really matters, especially at critical times. I remember when Elementor Resources got attacked severely which made the site inaccessible for days. The SiteGround technical support team was helping as constantly, fixing DNS records, locating sources of unusual traffic, etc.
Their live chat support feature is very easy to reach out and really obvious, as well. Having Siteground your elementor hosting provider with this 24/7 support feature will definitely be worth the cost!
Super Fast Loading
Since we’re now in the “SEO” area where Google dominates, Page Loading Speed is also a critical factor. Not only that it’s one of Google’s confirmed ranking factors, but it also affects User Experience (UX) and you might lose potential customers just because of very poor loading speed.
When we used SiteGround as our elementor hosting provider, our overall Page Speed increased by 50%. Please note that Elementor Resources is a fairly heavy and image-focused website. So having this improvement is a major plus for us.
As you can see here, SiteGround’s Response Time keeps getting better and better.
99.99% Up Time
Up Time is very important. Just a day of having your website taken down would not only affect your SEO for weeks or even months (like losing dominance over important keywords) but also decrease how your users perceive your site.
When Elementor Resources got taken down due to excessive web traffic, we really lose quality and prospect users back then. We know that because our affiliate and direct sales decrease significantly, although we managed to regain traction for session count and traffic in just a week. Just not being there when your customer needs you, even just once, is enough to make them look way forever.
With SiteGround elementor hosting, we haven’t experienced such downtime for months.
Storage is a major thing with Elementor. Whenever you download an Elementor template or Elementor template kit, it downloads all the assets to your website. This may not be a major issue for you if you have a small site. But, let’s say if you have a very big blog or e-commerce website, this is gonna be your major hurdles.
With the StartUp package of SiteGround, you will immediately get 10GB of storage. If you’re not sure how big that is, check this website. Elementor Resources have records of thousands of Elementor templates and Elementor examples, and it’s still somewhere at 7GB.
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