Free hosting services should be avoided, especially for WordPress!
WordPress is the most widely used platform, and as a result, it is the most frequently targeted by hackers. WordPress security is a critical concern, and you won’t get it from a free hosting service!
WordPress is a complex platform to master. You’ll need to learn a little bit about WordPress to fully customise and optimise your website (if you want to have a competitive, engaging website at all).
You may require the assistance of a professional at times. When it comes to hosting businesses, customer service is a deal-breaker for me. If you choose a free hosting service, you may say goodbye to technical help!
Your website must be optimised for speed and efficiency in order to rank highly on Google. High-speed sites are a never-ending race that isn’t going to stop anytime soon.
If your website is covered in obligatory adverts or is hosted on a cheap, slow server, it will take a long time to load. Free hosting sites will not be able to provide your website with any sort of competitive advantage.
Free hosting sites must cover their costs in some way, and they are unlikely to collect enough money from you. Most likely, they’ll turn to advertise or, like GoDaddy, sell your personal information.
It’s not worth it to sign up for a free hosting provider. Determine the worth of your website and seek out a respected, high-performance WordPress host!
Don’t go with the cheapest or most corporate hosting companies. They won’t provide adequate service and will, in the meantime, overcharge you.
Always read client reviews to find out which businesses aren’t resolving their issues. Thank you for the A2A, and best wishes!