Made it all the way to the end of this guide? Well, pat yourself on the back because you are a VPS beginner no more!
What it all boils down to is this: if your website is growing and beginning to attract some well-deserved attention, you’ll want its performance to keep pace. And that means it’s time to increase your site’s resources by upgrading.
While VPS hosting is more expensive than a shared plan, the benefits of a VPS give you a lot of bang for your buck — without having to spring for a much-pricier dedicated hosting plan.