Best hosting in 2017?

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Hello warrior forum members,

I know that there is older info on this, but as we all know, things in this industry change quickly, and I want to be sure to choose the best hosting for a new website I'm planning on building.

As the title of this thread states, I'm looking for an opinion on what hosting company would be best (or at least a very solid choice) for hosting here in 2017. Please reply if you currently have hosting with stated company, and have had a good experience with them. I figure as most of you will have at least a website or two in this forum, and that there would likely be some opinions on the subject.

I might get a re-seller plan, or I might just go "cheap" and go shared hosting in the beginning just to save money, as I am not expecting much traffic for this website for now. I'm not planning on building a ton of websites quite yet, maybe just 1 to 3 sites is about it at most for now. My main goals are a host with close to 100% up-time, and fast loading speeds for my website (and inexpensive). I'll be using WordPress to build my website.

Thanks in advance for your replies, and take care.

Josh
#internet marketing product reviews & ratings #2017 #hosting
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  • Profile picture of the author vishwa
    You can go with Dreamhost for best WordPress hosting. Their servers are of high quality and give you 100% network uptime. You should definitely try them out.
  • Profile picture of the author Joshua McCoy
    Thanks for your reply, I'll check them out. Any others with an opinion? Hoping to check out a few other options as well.
  • Profile picture of the author Mdshohidulislamrobin
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Hope
    For shared hosting, I use and recommend MDD Hosting. Don't let the silly countdown timer on their home page fool you. They provide great service, at a reasonable price, and I've never had any problems with them. I feel they are able to provide faster and more personal attention than the hosting giants. They also have Lets Encrypt for free SSL certificates, among other features.

    You might also look around over at Web Hosting Talk - The largest, most influential web hosting community on the Internet .

    For VPS and dedicated, when you're ready, Liquidweb.
  • Profile picture of the author Joshua McCoy
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  • Profile picture of the author discrat
    Still like my Hostgator even though some say it has plummeted in service
  • Profile picture of the author victorwelfred
    10 best hosting
    1. HostGator Web
    2. 1&1 Web
    3. InMotion Web
    4. DreamHost Web
    5. GoDaddy Web
    6. Bluehost Web
    7. Hostwinds Web
    8. Liquid Web
    9. A2 Web
    10. Arvixe Web
  • Profile picture of the author edwin3145
    Thanks, I a looking for a new host. Used GoDaddy and HostGator in the past, but I think there are better options.
  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    I've been using HostGator for close to 6 years now without any issues. Check them out!
  • Profile picture of the author WarriorWasim
    If you are using wordpress check out WPXhosting.com. I love their support. Thanks :-)
  • Profile picture of the author DIABL0
    Nothing beats amazon IMO

    I have run my own PPL offers and switching to Amazon I have seen as much as a 10% increase in conversion.

    However, for no critical stuff, I don't think it really matters much.
  • Profile picture of the author affplugs
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis2011
    The internet is full of reliable web hosts.

    Standard SEO industry advice is to just avoid the ones owned by EIG. Also avoid GoDaddy.
    • Profile picture of the author discrat
      Originally Posted by Curtis2011 View Post

      The internet is full of reliable web hosts.

      Standard SEO industry advice is to just avoid the ones owned by EIG. Also avoid GoDaddy.
      Yep I remember 2 years ago when that came out people were really highlighting this EIG and its evilness. Just kind of died down and was overblown ,imo. And people realize there hosting with companies like Hostgator were still same quality.


      - Robert Andrew
  • Profile picture of the author tyronne78
    I like Blue Host and Host Gator, you can't go wrong with either one.
  • Profile picture of the author JohnsonAdam
    I am using GoDaddy because they are cheap (by using discount code) and fast loading speeds but many of my friends recommend using Host Gator. You can google search the best hosting Companies in 2017
  • Profile picture of the author Virgo74
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  • Profile picture of the author Higginbotham
    I have been with Host Gator for quite a few years and it has been mostly good over this time...once or twice a year I would get a day or two down time, and that is with my dedicated server with them (provo)

    It has been over a year since I had any significant downtime at all, so based upon that I think they have been upping their game some and now recommend them sincerely.
  • Profile picture of the author sonosublime
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
    Your own private server.
  • Profile picture of the author mirbaharbd
    I have been using the Hostgator & namecheap for a long time. You can take a look on here, if you want. Thanks for your advance.

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