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Choosing a Host for Your WooCommerce Online Store

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An online store has a lot of moving parts. And the fact that it needs to keep moving, no matter the number of customers on it at any given time? Well, that’s an important piece to the puzzle.

But that’s not all.

For those of you who read our blog a lot, you know that we are fans of Liquid Web. They are the hosting choice for this site and I love the fact that they have created a managed hosting plan specifically for WooCommerce. That makes them stand out as an option when you are considering a host, no matter the size of your store.

Why You Should Consider Liquid Web for WooCommerce Store

Let me lay out the facts here. Plans start at $39 a month (but if you use the code BOB-WP, you can get 33% off your first six months). Seriously, they have a plan for any size of store. Depending on the plan you choose, you get:

Astra Pro, which for many in the WooCommerce space, is considered one of the fastest and most flexible themes that you can get built for eCommerce.

Added functionality to customize your site without knowing code using Beaver Builder. With the ability to create custom landing pages and easily do some serious A/B testing, it can help you get the store you want.

More control with the additional features that each plugin from IconicWP brings to the table. We have posts on all of them here, and between extending variations and their other cool plugins, you can do amazing stuff.

Better performance for those busy times as well as performance testing to make sure you are prepared for the onslaught of customers.

One of the best tools around for recovering abandoned carts with the service Jilt. With this industry leader in your pocket, you can use their set of tools to immediately start recovering your lost income.

A lot more to help your site be responsive, optimize and running as well as it possibly can—and support that is there for you when you need it. And you will have all those PHP workers helping your site along the way. (You can read more about that here as described by Chris Lema on this post).

Plans that built for specific needs such as their Dropshipping and Marketplace Plans.

You can reach out to them to learn more about how they can help you, or you read our own posts here on their WooCommerce Managed Hosting, the Dropshipping or Marketplace Plans.

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