When it comes to the best hosting packages that offer cPanel and/or WordPress, there are ten of them that generally come to mind (this will come later if you keep reading). Why this is important is because depending on the website, having cPanel is crucial and can provide easier options when it comes to creating cron tasks (timed tasks) for your server, and offer more flexibility without all the confusion and education necessary that you need to configure phpMyAdmin and a non-cPanel site to do the same thing.
We have found that working with cPanel has made managing your hosting account a breeze. The user-friendly dashboard is well laid out and extremely easy to use and also easy for beginners to learn quickly.
Hosting Companies That Have cPanel Included with Their Packages
When it comes to the cPanel, there are a few hosting providers that offer both hosting with cPanel and offer WordPress as well according to BestHosting. Others may have one, but not the other. We’re going to look at the best sites that have cPanel options and WordPress hosting together. These are the top ten of course in no particular order. These are all options that we have personally tested and have had great experiences with.
Definitely the industry’s highest grossing hosting provider using cPanel and they offer dedicated WordPress hosting in their package automatically. Shared hosting is extremely low-priced compared to other large providers. Make sure to look at the renewal cost so you don’t get caught up in the low initial monthly offers.
Probably the second-most popular hosting provider over the years. You can get a regular plan and have the best of both worlds, or simply get a different plan and install your own manual WordPress.
- inMotion Hosting
This is a great host for multiple sites, or a WordPress multi-site. Perfect for a small website hosting and design business. You can easily have WordPress pre-installed at checkout.
With great prices and excellent uptime, all accounts with A2Hosting come preinstalled with WordPress similar to BlueHost.
While not pre-installed, you can easily install WordPress using the site’s cPanel.
Siteground has a killer support team available just about anywhere online, and they have a 100 percent uptime to boot. You can get WordPress using the cPanel’s installer.
- 1&1 IONOS
While standard packages don’t have cPanel installed, you can purchase a cloud server plan which includes cPanel, and installing WordPress using their Site App catalog is easy as pie.
If you’re looking for VPS hosting, this is the cheapest and most efficient plan.
- iPage Hosting
Extremely cheap options with a customized control panel, pre-installed themes and plugins and a free first year domain. You also get unlimited storage and bandwidth. It doesn’t get much better!
Unfortunately, DreamHost offers WordPress hosting, but they don’t offer cPanel. They do have their own custom-built control panel though.
Depending on what hosting plan you’re wanting, and whether you’re wanting shared or dedicated hosting (or VPS as in the case with FlyWheel since that’s all they offer), you can literally pick any of the options above. Almost all of them have excellent uptime, and honestly, there’s no difference between 99.9 percent and 100 percent when it comes to site uptime.
Every server requires maintenance, so it’s no surprise that your server may eventually need updates installed. The main thing is that you won’t even notice it because you can’t be on your site literally 100 percent of the time. The main benefactor is price. Check reviews and pick the right package for and host for your exact dedicated needs.