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WordPress Hosting

Reliable, lightning-fast hosting solutions optimized for WordPress.

WordPress hosting at Nytro Host makes it easy to build and manage a website, whether you’re starting a blog, running a small business, or getting into the e-commerce game.

With our plans, you’ll get access to thousands of gorgeous themes and powerful plugins to customize your site. Plus, we work with WordPress around the clock to keep your site safe with frequent auto-updates, so you can rest easy knowing your site is in good hands.

Falcon W-1

Fastest SSD based web hosting platform for your website.




  • One Domain Name
    Unlimited Disk Space
    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Free SSL
    One Click Installs Scripts
    Free Custom Email

Falcon W-9

Fastest SSD based web hosting platform for your website.




  • Unlimited Domain Names
    Unlimited Disk Space
    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Free SSL
    Free Domain for 1st yr
    One Click Installs Scripts
    Free Custom Email


Fastest SSD based web hosting platform for your website.




  • Unlimited Domain Names
    Unlimited Disk Space
    Unmetered Bandwidth
    Free SSL
    Free Domain Forever
    One Click Installs Scripts
    Free Custom Email
    Priority Support

Everything you need in one package.

All of NytroHost’s WordPress hosting plans include robust features and add-ons designed to make sure it’s easy for you to find success at each step of your online journey. Not only that, we work closely with so you’ll always have the newest version of WordPress available in your NytroHost control panel.

Free Email

Look professional with a custom, personalized email address for your domain. With NytroHost hosting, you can promote your website and make a name for yourself with every email you send.

Instant WordPress Setup

We install WordPress for you! On plans supporting multiple sites, use our effortless 1-click installer to make more WordPress instances in seconds.


We provide a free  SSL certificate to protect your site with HTTPS — encrypting traffic and instantly boosting SEO with Google.

24/7 Support

Our in-house and U.S-based experts are on standby for friendly, pro-level support 24/7, 365. No question is too simple or too complex.


Lagging load times are a drag for your visitors. With SSDs, your website, caching, and database queries are faster.

Money Back Guarantee

Not happy with your first 14 days with us? Send us a message why you’re not happy and we’ll refund you no questions asked after that. 

We Make WordPress Easier Than Ever

Build and customize your WordPress site with ZERO coding required.

  Quickstart Wizard to get your site up FAST

  Drag-and-Drop Builder to Make Changes Easily

  200+ Starter Site Templates in Every Industry

Why WordPress?

Because anyone should be able to build an online presence. WordPress is not only easy to learn, it’s also a trusted, secure, and ever-improving platform that caters to both beginners and experienced experts. Whatever your web goals, WordPress offers the tools, support, and resources to make them a reality.

Pick from thousands of WordPress Themes

Whether your website style is minimalist or full-on glam, there are thousands of themes available on the WordPress directory. With so many options, it’s easy to find a look that perfectly fits your aesthetic, offering you the chance to display posts and other elements in a way that fits your personal needs. Better yet, WordPress themes are completely customizable so your website will always be one of a kind.

What is WordPress?

We’re so glad you asked! WordPress is a powerful Content Management System, helping web users of all abilities establish an online presence. And the platform’s reach is expansive; it powers more than 30 percent of all websites.

What makes it so popular? WordPress is adaptable and accessible, allowing users to easily create and manage websites, blogs, and storefronts of all sizes. Designed as open-source software, WordPress is maintained by a large community of volunteer programmers and designers (who use the platform themselves). Thanks to this vibrant community, the platform is always growing and adding new features and convenient functionality.

Since WordPress offers a secure, resource-rich way to power your unique website, it’s an A+ choice for beginners looking to make their mark on the web — no coding knowledge necessary. It’s user-friendly interfaces eliminate intimidating learning curves, while still offering flexibility as your site grows. WordPress also allows sites to utilize plugins and themes, two tools that make it easy to customize your site. These benefits, married with the unmatched WordPress community and availability of helpful web resources, make WordPress the preferred CMS for countless site owners.

Independently Owned

We don’t answer to anyone — except our customers, of course. We are our own bosses, making the rules and put the needs of website owners first. That means you’re getting the best support, quality plan options, and innovative technology. Simply put, you matter to us! Our commitment to remaining privately-owned has allowed us to stay true to our values and our community of customers.

Frequently Asked Questions

We might have an answer.

Let’s break it down. The basics: you want a website. You’ve got great ideas for content, a vision board describing your site’s mood, and even a wishlist for additional functions you want for your website. But how exactly do you get your site online? That’s where hosting comes in. Your website needs a hosting provider to get it up on the web and publicly available to visit. Web hosts are companies that provide the server space necessary to store your website. As web traffic attempts to access your site, the necessary data is transmitted from the server to the visitors’ device. Web hosting providers do, however, differ in the variety of plan types and options they offer. So having a quality web host is crucial.

Whether you’re in the web biz or not, WordPress is likely a household name, a common element in the conversation surrounding website creation. And that’s no surprise, considering that WordPress currently powers more than 30 percent of the web — a significant chunk of cyberspace.

Not only is WordPress a good option for beginners, but it also boasts scalability and advanced offerings for seasoned website owners looking to upgrade, grow, and expand. WordPress offers anyone-can-do-it usability with versatility and functionality perfect for building your own unique, high-performance website. You also have the added benefits of customizability, open-source flexibility, and a knowledgeable, diverse web community to collaborate with and reference if you get stuck.

Plus, getting started with the WordPress platform is free and often takes less time than vacuuming your living room or choosing the next show to binge watch.

We care about safety big time — and so do your site’s visitors. With a Shared Hosting account, you get an SSL certificate for free to add to your site. In this day and age, having an SSL for your site is a no-brainer best practice. Not only does an SSL help your visitors feel safe interacting with your site — this is particularly important if you run an e-commerce site — but it avoids penalizations you might otherwise earn from search engines without one. No website wants an “unsafe” or “insecure” label to bruise their reputation. While a SSL certificate isn’t an end-all, be-all defense against internet baddies, it’s certainly a great first step in the right direction to putting your site visitors at ease.

Ready to get up and running with WordPress? Like we said, getting started is simple — no fancy tools, high-end budget, or technical expertise required.

1. Pick a domain name. Your domain is the unique web address where your website can be found — for example, or You get the idea. You buy domain names from a domain registrar or a web hosting company like us — we happen to be both! Keeping your domain registration and web hosting account under one roof makes managing your online presence even easier.

2. Purchase web hosting. You’ll need access to a web server via a web host so that your site’s data and files can be transmitted to anyone who visits your domain name. Hosting providers often offer a variety of packages based on the type of site you want to create, and on the individual needs and goals of your website. Want a top-of-the-line hosting account for your website? We’ve got you covered.

3. Download and install WordPress. With Nytro Host’s hosting plan, WordPress comes pre-installed. Yep, kick back and relax; there’s no extra work. If you choose to go the Shared hosting route, you would have to install WordPress yourself using our one-click installation option. Simple!

4. Customize your site to match your brand. Outfit your website with a quality theme and a few plugins to add extra features. Start simple. You can always build more over time.

5. Start creating content — blog posts and web pages — for your site. Give your site’s visitors a reason to engage with you.

A domain name is the unique .com (or dot whatever) address where your site can be found on the web. But in order to get your website online, you’ll also need a web host to provide the server space necessary to store your site. For a fully-functional site, you need both a domain name and a good web host. Like peanut butter and jelly, they’re better together. To make things simple, you can keep your needs in-house, letting one provider supply both your domain name and web hosting needs. Let DreamHost multitask for you — at a great price.

Let’s talk numbers. What is the actual cost of setting up a WordPress site? Short answer: it depends. But no matter the route you choose, WordPress isn’t a budget-breaker.

WordPress is free, open-source software that anyone can access and modify.

To get your own fully-functional website running, you’ll need to register a domain and secure web hosting — if you team up with DreamHost, you can get your domain name included free with an annual hosting plan.

When you’re ready to customize your site, you can utilize the free themes and plugins offered in the WordPress directory. If you’re looking for premium themes or plugins, the cost increases.

With that knowledge in hand, you can balance the range of functionality you want out of WordPress, the extras you need, and the plan that fits best with your budget. Setting up a quality website with WordPress doesn’t have to cost you your life savings. It just makes good (dollars and) sense.

No pressure, but you’ve got a big decision to make. The web hosting service you choose will affect how well your site performs, how large it can grow, and how easy it will be to build and maintain.

We know you’ve got a lot of hosting companies to choose from. How can you sift through the noise to find the hosting service that works best for you?

NytroHost stands out from the crowd. We’re one of the last independently-owned and operated web hosts in the business. We’ve grown from spare room beginnings in 2015 to helping more than 5 customers in over 100 countries. We proudly host over 5 websites, WordPress blogs, and applications for designers, developers, small businesses, and more from our data center in Ashburn Virginia.

We are committed to powering your web goals — whether you’re ready to take total control of a server or want our experts to handle the details. All the things you need in a web host — performance, privacy and security, scalability, and platform-specific optimization — are what we offer in spades.

It’s open-source software. This means the platform isn’t restricted under copyright or trademark and is freely available for anyone to download and modify (under what is called the GNU General Public License). Because WordPress runs on an open-source creed, it’s developed and maintained by a dedicated community of volunteers. This diverse village of contributors and enthusiasts design with user-friendliness and the most needful features in mind, and they even meet up around the globe to collaborate and learn together. Consider it a super-tight club — minus the exclusivity and secret handshakes.

How Do Websites Work?

Brace yourself — we’re about to talk nerdy to you. Websites are a collection of web pages that are governed by code. The code can be filed and uploaded to a web server so that any computer in the world with access to the internet and web browser can locate the stored data. The server is an internet-connected computer that receives requests for web pages from visitors’ browsers. The browser then connects the computer to the server via an IP address. As you click, you probably don’t even realize all this sending and translating and receiving is happening!

To display a website on the internet, you will need three things: a domain name, a website, and a server.

A domain name, the unique-to-you web address where your site can be found (identified by the .com, .blog, or .whatever at the end of the URL) catalyzes the pull of information from web server to web browser by interpreting the code and displaying your page. Custom domain names aren’t free, but many web hosts (including us!) offer free domains.

Once you have a domain name and a website (either one you’ve built yourself or with the help of a CMS or site builder), you’ll need server space. That’s where hosting companies come in.

When you purchase a hosting plan, you’re really renting space on a web server for your site’s files to live. Your hosting provider functions as a digital landlord, taking care of the server resources and, depending on your plan, many of the technical to-dos required to maintain your site.

To sum up the process from the first click to the final page, a user opens their laptop and types in a URL. Let’s use, for example. When they type in the web address (the domain name) into the web browser, the browser conducts a series of inquiries — including locating the IP address of the domain name, finding the server that hosts the web pages of that domain name, submitting a request to that server for a copy of the web pages, receiving them, and finally, using the web browser to translate the code on the page into something the user can see, understand, and even engage with.

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