We have tested and tried different shared hosting providers in Ireland
- and SiteGround
LetsHost, Blacknight, GoDaddy & Bluehost
With LetsHost, Blacknight, Go-Daddy and Bluehost we found to have slow shared server connections and sometimes the site was slower than other time, which was loading over 10 seconds+ which isn’t great for a website.
When a website is loading more than 3 seconds then a user has a high chance of abanding the website.
Best Website Hosting in Ireland winner
Our clear winner for ease of use, best performance and 24/7 support was SiteGround.
To set up best hosting in Ireland go to SiteGround website.
You will have 2 options, either purchasing a WordPress Hosting (Web Hosting and WooCommerce Hosting are the exact same thing) or a Cloud Hosting.
With a WordPress Hosting will be using a shared server which means that the server will be shared with other websites unknown to you, this could potentially have to much traffic on other websites and have a small impact in slowing your website that won’t be noticeable with small amount of users on your website.
For small blogs and small business websites, WordPress hosting is the best option to choose.
For websites that are expecting to have a lot more traffic to their website and most of the income is generated through the website traffic, then the best option is to choose a Cloud Hosting. A dedicated server will have only the websites that are placed on it by the owner, it will be much more secure, faster and there will be more freedom.
Choose hosting server location
Finally, choose the server location before the purchase, we recommend UK Server to have great speed connectivity for Irish users.