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If you’re a developer and work with WordPress on a day-to-day basis, you might think that the time of managed hostings, that is hosting providers that set up servers and then take care of them for users, is nearing its end. After all, you might think, modern server providers have made it so that anyone can set up a server and then manage it. But continuous strong interest in managed WordPress hosting providers and in how they compare paints a very different picture. WordPress is fairly complex and can become a source of unnecessary headache for an average user who just wants to set up a simple website without going into the nitty-gritty of technical management. In fact, the efficient infrastructure and essential services, such as backups and security, that managed hosting typically provides, are enormously important to the majority of WordPress users. But then comes another big question: Which…
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