High performance

Enterprise-grade publishing platform

Launch a Ghost blog or online publishing business with zero setup and maintenance today. Ghost is over 19x faster than WordPress


  • Up to 100k monthly page views
  • Unlimited staff users
  • Unlimited members
  • 10GB file storage
$19.99 /month
  • Up to 500k monthly page views
  • Unlimited staff users
  • Unlimited members
  • 30GB file storage
$49.99 /month
  • Up to 1 million monthly page views
  • Unlimited staff users
  • Unlimited members
  • 60GB file storage
$99.99 /month

Dreaming even bigger? Contact us for an enterprise-level plan with dedicated resources!

Let us take care of your Ghost setup, maintenance and updates, while you focus on your business!

We manage the whole backend for you. We use highly available Kubernetes clusters. We make sure your Ghost instance is always up to date and all the security is always bleeding-edge. You will never have to worry if your backend is compromised, out-of-date or if you have optimized the Ghost installation well enough.

The fastest growing open-source CMS

Since Ghost first appeared in 2013, over 2,000,000 installs have been made so far.



Need a custom Ghost theme? We can help with that. Contact us for an inquiry.

Frequently asked questions

Yes, although it depends on the platform you are migrating from. You can definitely migrate your content from WordPress with Ghost’s official migration plugin. We will gladly help you with your migration.
Ghost is primarily intended to run a content publishing website, such as blogs or newsletters. You can “hack” it for many other uses, but if running a publishing website is not your main goal, then you are better off with Wordpress or something else. Check out our managed hosting for that.
Ghost is an open source publishing platform developed in Node.js. It is currently the highest “starred” non-developer focused CMS on Github, right after Hugo, the most famous static-page generator. You can learn more about Ghost on their official website at Ghost.org.
WordPress is awesome software. But it’s not modern and its UI is (subjectively) not great. It also lacks a number of features for running a publishing website out-of-the box such as built-in SEO or built-in membership and subscription features. WordPress is also usually much slower than Ghost, especially when filled with plugins of questionable quality.