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  1. Vu Tru So
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    Perfect test….

    Thank you

  2. Miguel
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    Hi, great article. I suggest you to include ExonHost (LiteSpeed Server) to this list. I think the performance is as good as GreenGeeks.

    • Ryan Brister
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      Thank you for the recommendations. Once I get more votes from other visitors, I’ll test ExonHost and update this post.

  3. Steve
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    Would love to see how WPX Hosting compares in this lineup.

  4. Bill
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    Really valuable reviews Ryan! On the Templ load tests, which plan did you subscribe to?

    • Ryan Brister
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      We tested on the Micro plan at $15/month with the Iowa data center.

  5. Abbas Hassan
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    Hi, I loved your in-depth testing and research for the fastest WordPress hosting but you mentioned Rocket at the first place in the first table but there is no test data provided for Rocket hosting. Looking forward to seeing more test results.

  6. Mia Rose Cullington
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    Checked Rocket and its seems they use CDN but other hosts aren’t using CDN. What’s your view on this and how fair is the comparison?

    • Ryan Brister
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      In our initial review, I skipped Rocket for the apparent reason it uses CDN and others aren’t. But the WordPress hosting industry is changing, and many hosts are coming up with CDN enabled by default. Kinsta and WPX are two hosts who are tested with CDN. We’re also testing Flywheel, and it too has CDN enabled. Since Kinsta, Flywheel, and WPX are top hosts, I can’t skip them just because they use CDN. So, I let users choose their fastest hosting services with or without CDN.

  7. LIN SSU CHENG
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    Looking forward to a comparison from closte

    • Ryan Brister
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      Here is the review of Closte. Brief review: It has good TTFB but is bad at load handling. Support is only for their platform issues, and WordPress support is not provided. It costs a minimum of $5/month to run a no-traffic site.

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