Reseller hosting is more technical than unlimited managed WordPress hosting. WordPress is backed up by an MYSQL database, style sheets, and numerous PHP scripts. Therefore, for a WordPress-based blog or website to work, the server needs to support MYSQL databases and PHP. WordPress systems run well in Managed WordPress hosting plans as opposed to Windows-based. These are some of the critical points you need to consider before paying for WordPress hosting. Other key points you may ask include emails and FTP accounts.
Online Backup Facility
WordPress requires regular updating. At times, key points may go awry during updating the content system or even upgrading the server. This can result from a loss of website files. To manage such situations, your WordPress hosting should provide an online backup facility so that you can continuously back up your website or blog when updating the system or the server applications.
Another aspect that is quite important when buying a managed WordPress hosting plan is server uptime SLA. Server uptime SLA shows how effective the server is in speed and availability. This is one of the critical points web hosting companies or resellers will lie about. While server uptime SLA should be 99%, many companies claim to offer 99.9%, but very few do. You don’t wish your WordPress blog or website to be offline at any time, so you need to be quite adamant about this.