We scored a 9.7/10.0 beating the likes of WP Engine, Pagely, Digital Ocean, Flywheel, GoDaddy, MediaTemple, and all EIG owned brands. Other scores included 9.8 for value, 9.7 for reliability, 9.8 for speed, and a whopping 9.9 for support.
If you’ve been following us for a while, you’re probably also aware we place first in support satisfaction on HostingReviews.io and were noted as a top tier provider in the annual Review Signal load and performance testing. We’re working hard to deliver on support, performance, and overall satisfaction, and it’s nice to see data reflecting that. We’d like to thank WPShout, HostingReviews, and Kevin Ohashi at Review Signal for taking the time to put together real data that aren’t the affiliate link driven nonsense that pervades the hosting industry.
The WPShout hosting review is an annual survey that gathers honest unbiased feedback from hundreds of real WordPress site owners about their hosting. They collected data in 8 major areas, including satisfaction, value, reliability, speed, support, median site count, usability, and WordPress compatibility. For example, average satisfaction for all hosts was 8.8 compared to our 9.7 score. To no surprise, the largest hosts were among those to score the worst. Our high-end boutique philosophy of focusing on WordPress sites & customers that have high traffic seems to be paying off.