Flywheel Review – Managed WordPress Hosting

Flywheel is a specialist managed WordPress hosting service.

Hosting providers that only focus on WordPress generally offer a faster load time than shared services.

Flywheel is one of the only a handful of WordPress managed hosting providers that really deliver on service. They offer an amazing set of features at a very reasonable price.


Flywheel was founded in 2012 and has since grown to become a major hosting provider in the WordPress market. They were purchased by WP Engine as part of their expansion plans in 2019.

From the beginning, they set out to appeal to web designers and web developers worldwide who build their websites using WordPress.

They continually updated their packages and profile to engage and learn from WordPress developers. The goal was to make hosting WordPress sites easy and not require any technical coding skills.


What you want from a managed service is awesome support and ease of use.

You want the technical team to be at hand should you do anything wrong or something happens to your site. This could be anything like a plugin conflict or some code going wrong. Either way, you don’t want your site to be down for long.

Flywheel are a cloud hosting company. In other words, they build their hosting infrastructure and optimize using

If you already have a site Flywheel makes it easy to move your WordPress for free.


Staging sitesEasy one-click production of staging sites. Safely make site updates in a sandbox environment and push changes to production.
Site templatesIf you find yourself installing the same theme or plugins on client sites, make a Blueprint of it! This lets you whip up a brand new site with the settings you love already set up.
Billing transferWhen it’s time to go live, you can easily pass off ownership to your client, allowing them to pay the bill without having to go through you.
Fast SpeedsImpressive load time on every site. No configuring needed!
Free SSLSkip third-party providers and install ’em right from our dashboard!
Optimized for WordPressServers that deliver maximum speed for WordPress sites.
BackupsNightly backups


Their plans are rich in features; you’ll get your site migrated for free, auto backups and automatic WordPress updates, built-in caching, CDN integration, SSL support and loads more.

Flywheel delivers the fast speeds, solid performance, and support needed to keep your WordPress site running smoothly.


Flywheel has built a super-fast caching system which is one of the main reasons for using their hosting service. Anyone using WordPress knows it can become sluggish if you have too many plugins. Flywheel features a built-in caching system solely designed to help optimize your site speed.

The caching system enhances server performance and reduces download times


You can manage all of your WordPress sites hosted by Flywheel from their dashboard. The dashboard is a simple, easy-to-use use and allows you to:

  • Manage access to sites and collaborate with others.
  • Set ftp access details and view site stats
  • Make basic changes to one or more of the sites under your control

Flywheel’s dashboard is designed for simplicity but still delivers on functionality.


According to main data sources that rack uptime and speed, Flywheel’s performance uptime score falls between 99.99 -100% while its performance remains fast even when under intense loads.


Flywheel Hosting Review

Flywheel offers a range of hosting packages for freelancers, agencies, high-traffic sites and agencies.


  • Price – $23/month
  • Number of WordPress installations – 1
  • Visitors – 25,000
  • 5Gb disk space
  • 50Gb bandwidth
  • No multisite


  • Price – $105/month
  • Number of WordPress installations – 10
  • Visitors – 100,000
  • 20Gb disk space
  • 200Gb bandwidth
  • Multisite
  • White label


  • Price – $266/month
  • Number of WordPress installations – 30
  • Visitors – 500,000
  • 50Gb disk space
  • 500Gb bandwidth
  • Multisite
  • White label
  • Dedicated account manager

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