Page Builder and WordPress itself are both very advanced applications that run on both your computer and the server where you’re hosting it. It’s important that you get a server that has enough resources to power them.
This server is generally called web hosting. There are 2 great options that we recommend you try out.
The first is WP Engine. The first is WP Engine. This is the service we use to power SiteOrigin. Across all our services, we get over half a million visitors per month, and WP Engine handles this traffic flawlessly. There are other, much larger sites that run on WP Engine too.
Now, even if you don’t get that much traffic, WP Engine is a worthwhile investment. They focus purely on WordPress hosting, they were one of the first companies to do this. At their entry level of $29 per month, they’ll keep your site online and secure. You can check out some of the value added services that WP Engine offer.
If your budget doesn’t allow it, and you want a more cost effective option, then take a look at eHost. At under $3 per month, they offer amazing value for money. Their support is good and they allocate more than enough resources to your website to run both WordPress and Page Builder.
Those are 2 great hosting options. Even if you already have hosting, you can get a huge upgrade by switching to WP Engine or save a lot of money by going with eHost. To save yourself the hassle of moving your site later, you should get the host that you feel will meet your needs in the long term. So I suggest you research both of them, as soon as possible.