Which Webhost Do You Use?

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Which webhost/s do you use for your sites?
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesW
    I use Bluehost to host all of my sites and have never had any problems at all.
  • Profile picture of the author Ernie Lo
    Not another one lol..

    Bluehost.com they are great..

    Many people also use hostgator...
    • Profile picture of the author Mac Wheeler
      I'm currently using WebHostingBuzz, they had a special offer active for Sitepoint users, pretty amazing deal, try googling up "webhostingbuzz sitepoint techie" it might still be in effect.

      Although I have to say I've had a couple of hours downtime over the last few months, not much but I would prefer none at all.
    • Profile picture of the author Peter Nguyen
      Originally Posted by Ernie Lonardo View Post

      Not another one lol..

      Bluehost.com they are great..

      Many people also use hostgator...

      For Bluehost do you have to pay all up to avoid setup fees, as I heard you can't pay monthly?
  • Profile picture of the author Brad Gile
    I use Hostgator. I've been with them for almost 2 years and never had a problem. From my experience their support is great. I think the longest I have had to wait to get a hold of tech support is maybe a little over 5 minutes. Once they get on the phone they have always taken care of my problem and were really nice about it. They've never made me feel like an idiot for having to use them for support.
  • Profile picture of the author Ernie Lo
    Sorry not sure about that. I paid for 12months at once when I first joined.
  • Profile picture of the author rondo
    HostGator is probably the most popular web host here.
    • Profile picture of the author thadroe
      I'll give a big thumbs up to Hostgator too.

      For VPS hosting, I've been extremely happy with KnownHost...killer support.
  • Profile picture of the author Najat Engineer

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