Where's your wordpress.org site hosted?

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I think it's time to move my site. I dread the thought of it but I think it's time. Who do you guys like and why?
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  • Profile picture of the author masterjani
    I have used stablehost and vps as well. Stablehost is having some good uptime and customer contact is good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ducksauce
    Bluehost are great, but they don't like any nipples. If you want to show off?

    The are very strict about any porn.
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  • Profile picture of the author Eutaw
    I have tried several hosting companies over the last few years. I agree with Henry, HostGator is fantastic!
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    HostGator is the best
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  • Profile picture of the author micksss
    Originally Posted by MusicMinCoach View Post

    I think it's time to move my site. I dread the thought of it but I think it's time. Who do you guys like and why?
    It's not hard to move a wordpress site yourself with the "WordPress Move" plugin which is free. If you dread doing it yourself you can do a full cPanel backup and give that to your new hosting company to restore on your new hosting account.
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  • Profile picture of the author dvm3
    Hawk Host is great. Cheap, fast, reliable.
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    • Profile picture of the author micksss
      Originally Posted by dvm3 View Post

      Hawk Host is great. Cheap, fast, reliable.
      I agree, been using Hawkhost for several sites for almost a year now and they are great.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMPromocoder
    HostGator, because of their great customer care.
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  • Profile picture of the author wwhitley
    Originally Posted by MusicMinCoach View Post

    I think it's time to move my site. I dread the thought of it but I think it's time. Who do you guys like and why?
    I found a web hosting service that you may like. It at Home 5 - Whitley Hosting and they have what you are looking for your Wordpress business.
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  • Profile picture of the author gjohansson1
    I almost switched to BlueHost myself, but I've seen 6 or so fellow bloggers complain about their sites going down multiple times in the last few weeks. Deal breaker for me.

    I see you're on GoDaddy. Makes sense why you'd want to move. I had them and my site was slow all the time. Never down but always super slow.

    I'm on HostGator currently and I have no complaints. My site is always online and fairly speedy, but I am sharing a plan and I need to get my own pretty soon. Might just stay with HostGator on my own plan when the time comes.
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    • Profile picture of the author csurv
      I use Hostgator. They're the best host I've ever used.
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      • I've been with Hostgator, Bluehost, Site5 and several others over the years and in my opinion no one comes close to 1&1. Their domains are way cheaper for registration, they don't charge for things like domain locking and automatic renewal, and offer packages significantly cheaper than most companies. Just as importantly they don't bill you for the year in advance so it doesn't cost you $100 to set up a 2.99 hosting account like most hosts do. ( hostgator bills monthly as well but bluehost wants year paid up front. )

        One of the things that makes bluehost so popular is their affiliate program so they get lots of hype online but it's undeserved.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ephrils
    I use Dreamhost. They have problems with down time over the last year or two but have freebies and scripts in their control panel that I'd have a hard time living without.
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    • Profile picture of the author 24hours
      I have both my sites with LunarPages. I'm used to their interface, Dreanweaver intergrates seamlessly and they offer good coupons from time to time. Their domain reg is expensive tho. Every time I've contact CS, they've answered within hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author T086
    I use hosting from namecheap because that's where I get all my domains. Just seems easier to just have 1 account.
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    • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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      Originally Posted by T086 View Post

      I use hosting from namecheap because that's where I get all my domains. Just seems easier to just have 1 account.
      I get all my domain-names at Namecheap, too. That's why I never use them for hosting! (It doesn't matter much to me where I host the sites, as long as it's not where I've registered them).

      http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...ml#post7628717
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  • Profile picture of the author sabatek
    Originally Posted by MusicMinCoach View Post

    I think it's time to move my site. I dread the thought of it but I think it's time. Who do you guys like and why?
    I like Godaddy. Its simple and you get help real easy.
    But there are cheaper methods like Hostgator which is not bad
    or Namecheap but both sites make me feel real overwhelmed.
    Because to much going on on there site with no directions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Elvis Michael
    I currently use iPage, no complaints so far. My next recommendation would be HostGator, having used it years ago and also finding no issues to speak of.
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  • Profile picture of the author RachelLily
    I use Go Daddy. It keeps my site running smoothly, even when its latest post goes viral, by automatically spreading traffic spikes across multiple servers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Boga Dhami
    All my blogs/websites are hosted by hostpapa for last 4 years without any problems.
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