Which hosting provider is better?

by Jasonmills Banned
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I'm going to do a study and I need your help.

There are many web hosting providers out there.

iPage,
WPengine,
Hostgator,
Bluehost,
Web.com
Justhost,
Inmotion hosting,
Dreamhost,
Hostnine,
Network Solutions,
interserver web hosting

I have experiences with iPage.

Please share your experiences about your hosting provider..

I really appreciate that.
#hosting #provider #web hosting
  • Profile picture of the author Leon William
    We will suggest Bluehost and Justhost..
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  • Profile picture of the author zcrafts
    Nearly all the above companies belong to one single group EIG group and most of them have bad experience with them personally I had with hostgator. If you are looking for someone truly offering good service in this industry take a look at :

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  • Profile picture of the author malikmati
    I am using Godaddy and in my opinion its best
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    • Profile picture of the author IncomeWitness
      Originally Posted by malikmati View Post

      I am using Godaddy and in my opinion its best
      Godaddy is awesome! Almost no downtime. And they're cheap too. I think they're having a special right now where you get a year's worth of hosting for about $1 per month.
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      • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
        Originally Posted by IncomeWitness View Post

        Godaddy is awesome! Almost no downtime. And they're cheap too. I think they're having a special right now where you get a year's worth of hosting for about $1 per month.
        The person who created this thread specifically said they have problems with GoDaddy - why would you recommend the SAME host they are having problems with?

        Seems like Warrior Forum is going down hill....again.

        The OP said:

        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Always, GoDaddy is down. I have very bad experience with GoDaddy.
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  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    Personally I like Hostgator, because of their customer service support and 'easy on the eyes' GUI for their control panel.
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  • Profile picture of the author UMS
    Just make sure you avoid any hosting companies in the EIG group and GoDaddy (they are ok for domain registrations, but simply awful as a web hosting provider)
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    • Profile picture of the author Jasonmills
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      Originally Posted by UMS View Post

      Just make sure you avoid any hosting companies in the EIG group and GoDaddy (they are ok for domain registrations, but simply awful as a web hosting provider)
      Wikipedia have removed the brands in EIG group.

      Among above list, ipage, Bluehost, Justhost, Hostgator, Dreamhost, and Fatcow are in EIG group.

      But, WordPress recommends Bluehost and Dreamhost.

      Still, I can't find a clear answer to "Why we should avoid from EIG group". Can you explain that to me. I really appreciate that.
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      • Profile picture of the author Weblin
        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Wikipedia have removed the brands in EIG group.

        Among above list, ipage, Bluehost, Justhost, Hostgator, Dreamhost, and Fatcow are in EIG group.

        But, WordPress recommends Bluehost and Dreamhost.

        Still, I can't find a clear answer to "Why we should avoid from EIG group". Can you explain that to me. I really appreciate that.
        These all are known to oversell their servers and the server speed is worst. Open a thread on WebHostingtalk Forum for best advices on this. Web Hosting Talk - The largest, most influential web hosting community on the Internet

        If you want to take my advice, I will recommend Hawk Host, Stable Host and MDDHosting for Shared Hosting. KnownHost & Wiredtree for Managed VPS. BuyVM for unmanaged VPS.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jasonmills
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          Originally Posted by Weblin View Post

          These all are known to oversell their servers and the server speed is worst. Open a thread on WebHostingtalk Forum for best advices on this. Web Hosting Talk - The largest, most influential web hosting community on the Internet

          If you want to take my advice, I will recommend Hawk Host, Stable Host and MDDHosting for Shared Hosting. KnownHost & Wiredtree for Managed VPS. BuyVM for unmanaged VPS.
          Thanks.. I will check it.
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      • Profile picture of the author micksss
        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Wikipedia have removed the brands in EIG group.
        Still, I can't find a clear answer to "Why we should avoid from EIG group". Can you explain that to me. I really appreciate that.
        The list of brands on the Wikipedia page keeps on getting removed. Here's all the EIG brands Thoughts on Endurance International Group (EIG) Hosting | Linux Depot

        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Among above list, ipage, Bluehost, Justhost, Hostgator, Dreamhost, and Fatcow are in EIG group.
        Dreamhost is not owned by EIG.
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      • Profile picture of the author crunchor
        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Wikipedia have removed the brands in EIG group.

        Among above list, ipage, Bluehost, Justhost, Hostgator, Dreamhost, and Fatcow are in EIG group.

        But, WordPress recommends Bluehost and Dreamhost.

        Still, I can't find a clear answer to "Why we should avoid from EIG group". Can you explain that to me. I really appreciate that.
        Glad to know the truth!
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      • Profile picture of the author younglite
        Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

        Still, I can't find a clear answer to "Why we should avoid from EIG group". Can you explain that to me. I really appreciate that.
        Actually you shouldn't necessarily avoid the EIG group brands. Keep in mind that these companies had their own equipment and systems when they were bought out. A merge on paper doesn't equate to all companies magically operating the same. They still have much of their strengths and weaknesses, so shop accordingly.
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    • Profile picture of the author sttbs
      Originally Posted by UMS View Post

      Just make sure you avoid any hosting companies in the EIG group and GoDaddy (they are ok for domain registrations, but simply awful as a web hosting provider)
      Agreed. Go Daddy is good for its domain registrar services but web hosting is a different board game. I would recommend Hostgator for almost zero downtime, and speedy customer support services.
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      • Profile picture of the author NeshSab
        I'm using Bluehost and Stablehost and I'm satisfied with both of them.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOlover
    The best host is ewallhost.com. They provide services which are able to satisfy the needs of many webmasters and their prices are low.
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  • Profile picture of the author cdebbie
    I can highly recommend you GoDaddy.com. In my opinion is the best and is user-friendly.
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    • Profile picture of the author Jasonmills
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      Originally Posted by cdebbie View Post

      I can highly recommend you GoDaddy.com. In my opinion is the best and is user-friendly.
      Always, GoDaddy is down. I have very bad experience with GoDaddy.
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  • Profile picture of the author McClutches
    Well, whether it is owned by EIG group or not, i think bluehost is a good one to go for.
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  • Profile picture of the author deezer
    WPEngine is good option for wordpress. I have experienced with them for managed wordpress hosting. Now, I use hostforlife.eu to host my asp.net site. I also migrate my wordpress site. Honestly, WPEngine is good option for wordpress.
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  • Profile picture of the author movemaker
    I've been using Hostgator from the day that I started Internet Marketing abdn built my first blog.

    I have not had an issue with them yet. And even though their customer support is a little backed at times I can honestly say that apart from that they are pretty good at helping customers get sorted with a lot of technical issues.
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      I use ASP.NET and I read reviews on a microsoft forum.
      Arvixe and Phi9 had good reviews, so I chose arvixe.
      Even if something does not go according to plan, there is always a person on live chat to help.
      one of my website was hacked, and in 1.5 hour the expert for these problems solved it.

      I strongly DO NOT recommend GoDaddy as I had an awful experience
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    • Profile picture of the author rhinocl
      Originally Posted by AAAWebstore View Post

      Hi Jasonmills,

      I uploaded here Top best Hosted provider information for you .check at here .If you need any help regarding Grow your online business with leading E-commerce Portal so,contact us for Our dedicated Shopify ,Magento and Volusion Developer and designer Now

      The results I see on this chart do not reflect the speeds I see when working on various customer sites. You need to look at charts on sites that have detailed descriptions of their comparison methodology, read through it carefully and then look on the charts for companies that match your criteria. In particular I find the recommendations at Wordpress. org are no longer valid.
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      • Profile picture of the author EvolveWebHosting
        Originally Posted by rhinocl View Post

        The results I see on this chart do not reflect the speeds I see when working on various customer sites. You need to look at charts on sites that have detailed descriptions of their comparison methodology, read through it carefully and then look on the charts for companies that match your criteria. In particular I find the recommendations at Wordpress. org are no longer valid.
        This is because EIG and Godaddy paid big money to get ranked. It's not an unbiased list.

        I wish there was an unbiased review somewhere but I doubt you'll find one.
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    • Profile picture of the author kpmedia
      Originally Posted by AAAWebstore View Post

      I uploaded here Top best Hosted provider information for you
      That's just another fake "top 10" list that mostly shows only EIG affiliates.
      Only JPC is decent, but there are better.
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  • Profile picture of the author tenaya23
    I have had a Hostnine resellers account for a few years now with decent support and no really serious issues. They don't advertise it but with a resellers account you can setup sites on servers in multiple locations which enables you to have very different ip addresses for every site you build. A really good feature for marketers.
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    • Profile picture of the author kpmedia
      Originally Posted by tenaya23 View Post

      I have had a Hostnine resellers account for a few years now with decent support and no really serious issues. They don't advertise it but with a resellers account you can setup sites on servers in multiple locations which enables you to have very different ip addresses for every site you build. A really good feature for marketers.
      FYI: Hostnine is owned by A Small Orange, which is in turned owned by Endurance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Azwan Asban
    If my domain registered with godaddy I'd rather host with them.
    it easy to manage if I had some problem.
    They support always OK and 24hours helped.
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    • Profile picture of the author rhinocl
      Originally Posted by Azwan Asban View Post

      If my domain registered with godaddy I'd rather host with them.
      it easy to manage if I had some problem.
      They support always OK and 24hours helped.
      Experienced people on this forum have stated over and over why you should keep domain registration and hosting separate. Google it, before you follow this kind of advice.
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  • Profile picture of the author SureshHiten
    The all above hosting services are good. You can pick any of the services.
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  • Profile picture of the author LegoSoft
    I think that OVH is a good Host provider
    also bluehost is cool although he was hacked by the Syrian electronic army along with justhost ,hostgator and many other company
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  • Profile picture of the author psyko
    There is a great suggestion list here. All we have some good or bad experience. I use myself Offshore SEO VPS and their customer service is excellent. Would recommend them strongly.
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  • Profile picture of the author yasar
    Hostgator, is a best one because i have account with that, they will provide a good customer support at 24/7
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  • Profile picture of the author Xochitl Shat
    Web Hosting Hub is a solid service provider for personal business. It is cheaper than other web hosting providers.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amila Supun
    Hostgator is the best ever. It's cheep good customer service, excellent up time. When you consider all the things, I recommend hostgator is the #1.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rodgers15
    Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

    I'm going to do a study and I need your help.

    There are many web hosting providers out there.

    iPage,
    WPengine,
    Hostgator...
    I recommend Hostgator, works best for me due to its:
    • Reliability, UI ease of use and affordable plans.
    • stunning uptime
    • high server speed
    • superb discounts and promotional offers
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  • Profile picture of the author domaintrump
    With my experience Hostgator is the absolute best. Up time is great, very polite & knowledgeable cs, as well and the cost and what you get is unmatched compared to any other hosting service etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author CaraMurphy
    What about namecheap.com? I have not tried it yet but just mentioned it here to know reviews of experienced people, which will help you as well as other people to know about best hosting provider. Namecheap price is lesser than other web hosting providers.

    I saw namecheap price in popup window with hostgator price, when I had clicked HostGator shared hosting discount coupon code http://www.cheapsslcouponcode.com/store/hostgator.com I think they are comparing prices and providing us the cheapest price.
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisNosal
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    StartLogic is by-far the best I've ever used - they're affordable, realistic, and get the job done.
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  • Profile picture of the author Yasin Rishad
    i would love to support bluehost and hostgator as good hosting provider
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  • Profile picture of the author web2click
    Hostgator is best hosting provider. they are giving 25% Off use coupon code web2clickhostgator to get 25% discount on all hosting plans.
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  • Profile picture of the author kulwantnagi
    Use coupon BLOGGINGCAGE31 to get 31% discount on any ASmallOrange hosting plans..
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  • Profile picture of the author antarastudio
    I have experince using some hosting provider to share with:

    1. Hostgator - its ok and customer support also dependable
    2. Shinjiru - worst experience for me as make i lost big client due to downtime so often.
    3 Arvixe - now using arvixe host all my client, price was afforable and also good customer support
    4. Exabytes - good customer support and good hosting provider, but stop subcribe because price was too high and many useless plan for me.

    Hope this can help.
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  • Profile picture of the author LJBlake189
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    though, bluehost, ipage, hostgator are eig group's companies, they have good performance for beginners.

    01. Bluehost
    02. Siteground
    03. Inmotion
    04. ipage
    05. dreamhost
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  • Profile picture of the author twindestiny
    Godaddy is good for Domain also they have new offer which is domain , email and basic hosting for a year around 14$
    I would suggest Bluehost aswell..
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  • Profile picture of the author unicodebd
    in my experience hostgator is best then any other provider...
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffs89
    I've used Bluehost for 4 years and works flawlessly for me.
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    • Profile picture of the author deezer
      I have good experience with wpengine. Their control panel is good and if you are newbie in wordpress and dont know how to manage your wordpress site, you can go with them. But, the price a bit higher.

      I'm now using hostforlife.eu to host my wordpress site. I'm quite satisfied with their server performance and little downtime only.
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  • I've had a reseller account with Host Gator since 2001 and have been nothing but happy with them.
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  • Profile picture of the author RobertAxelsen
    Depends what you're gonna use it for, and the amount of traffic you'll be getting.

    I have used HostGator shared hosting for small projects for years, and Linode and mainly DigitalOcean for larger VPS projects.

    Have dealt with HostGator support several times, and while they are quick to help over the phone, their email support was real slow when I last had dealings with them. Overall good customer support. Great prices as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author FarNext
    I'd recommend that you go for Hostgator or Bluehost.

    Bluehost is even better than Hostgator :-)
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    • Profile picture of the author crunchor
      Originally Posted by FarNext View Post

      I'd recommend that you go for Hostgator or Bluehost.

      Bluehost is even better than Hostgator :-)
      Funny that they actually under the same mother company now.
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    • Profile picture of the author VerdinaNET
      Originally Posted by Trifoon View Post

      I also would recommend to you what a friend recommended to me a while ago - Verdina.NET - they got a powerful dedicated hosting DELL hardware so it's pretty secure, reliable and fast. But I do care most about the support, cause most providers got just a few or too lazy employees. But Verdina's support it's pretty responsive and experienced and they are always on in the live chat if you need them to solve your issue quickly. Contact them if you want to learn more or to ask for solution for yourself. They got a 50% discount at the moment for the first month (coupon code 50june2016). Good luck!
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      My advice would be verdina.net hosting. I love their non-stop support and behavior.
      Thank you for your choice, as well as for your review, posted here. It is so good to know, that you like our support. Actually there are lots of customers asking for our services and offers annoyed by other hosting providers' disastrous services. We differ with fast, secure, reliable servers; powerful dedicated hosting on enterprise hardware; experienced, kind and responsive support 24/7.
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  • Profile picture of the author Internetum01
    I have used NSI, Godaddy, Heart Internet and iPage and so far the best experience I've had is with NSI.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hogan Chua
    I've been using Hostgator for 5 years and haven't had a problem. Recently used their live chat and after a few mins the problem was solved. So for me, Hostgator.

    I believe hostgator, bluehost, iPage are part of the endurance group. The Endurance Brands | Endurance International Group
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  • Profile picture of the author lifeofwade
    Personally I would recommend NameCheap, i've used namecheap for close to 2 years and I love their service. (Use livechat for problems or questions, emails take forever)

    I have more than 3 websites on NameCheap and they all run perfectly with no hassle.
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    • Profile picture of the author crunchor
      Originally Posted by lifeofwade View Post

      Personally I would recommend NameCheap, i've used namecheap for close to 2 years and I love their service. (Use livechat for problems or questions, emails take forever)

      I have more than 3 websites on NameCheap and they all run perfectly with no hassle.
      I hold domains and use hosting with namecheap for more than 2 years, so far so good nothing to complain, the live chat support is good, never tried email. Around 99% uptime, very rarely few minutes to 1 to 2 hours downtime but that is like 1 time in half year. I tried godady before and I would ssay namecheap is better in general. Never tried others.
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  • Profile picture of the author DFR007
    I use hostgator. They're good with customer service.

    I used iPage didn't like their service.

    Bluehost seems popular but I never used them.
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  • Profile picture of the author AadhyaMehra
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    A person or business heir think about hosting whenever he think to start an online store or an e-commerce business. I just like to suggest you that Godaddy is the best website to buy the domain and also for the better-hosting provider, it provides a good service in the reasonable price.
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  • Profile picture of the author brettb
    GoDaddy have been a hassle for me sometimes. However, their Microsoft hosting is pretty good and I've been able to run an impressive amount of stuff on a basic hosting account.

    I would always recommend having at least two hosting accounts as both GoDaddy and Hostgator have let me down bigtime on occasions, but with two accounts if one screws up at least my entire online empire doesn't disappear.
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  • Profile picture of the author baileysharkey
    The best Hosting service offered sits list!

    inmotionhosting.com
    webhostinghub.com
    ipage.com
    bluehost.com
    greengeeks.com
    hostmetro.com
    dreamhost.com
    bluehost.com
    linode.com
    asmallorange.com
    hostgator.com
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  • Profile picture of the author TanYaV
    I can recommend Webhostface it is quite nice and the prices are very reasonable, but the best thing about this provider is the support! The guys out there can help you with almost ANYTHING. Even off topic This is really the best option I have tried so far.
    And while we're at it, I can also suggest a tool to transfer the site to a new hosting - cms2cms is a good content migration service.
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  • Profile picture of the author talking
    The best hosts are integralhost.net and serverlogix.com.
    They have solid servers, high uptime and their prices are competitive.
    Support is helpful around the clock.
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  • Profile picture of the author Shalini07
    Among above mentioned I'd recommend Bluehost. I have taken web hosting services from Bluehost India and their server speed is really very good. Another one You can go for BigRock, hostgrator. They are also good with reasonable cost and good server up time.
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    • Profile picture of the author Devilfish168
      Using site ground here.

      so far so good.

      Support live chat always around round the clock 24hrs 365 days.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneymagneto
    I was using Blue Host and even Affiliating with them for a while but their customer service is a piece of sh*t. Long wait times, crappy customer service in general. I don't even know who to use anymore.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ozonic
    I personally use weebly because of the simplicity, I think it was more expensive than GoDaddy when I purchased it but considering the amount of time I saved with their drag and drop principle it's worth every penny, they provide some integrated tools so l also saved money on that side because I didn't have to hire freelancers to do the coding and etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author ncloud
    I have Hostgator for about 3 months now, but I'm starting to wonder if I made a mistake. I went with them because a lot of people recommend them. But, the server response time is really slow. And now I'm finding out that this is normal for Hostgator. I don't know why I never saw anybody mentioning that before.

    I have used their live chat help a few times and it can sometimes take a while. A couple of times it took over an hour to resolve the issue that I was having. I went with the baby plan and it costs me $9.95/month, and yet if you go look at the cost right now it is $8.96/month for the baby plan. So they're charging me an extra dollar a month for some reason.

    Even though Hostgator and Bluehost are owned by the same parent company, for some reason Bluehost has a better server response time according to this guy's tests:


    Back at his website he recommends Inmotion hosting and Blue Host as the best shared hosting for WordPress:

    The Best Shared Hosting Companies for WordPress

    Would be nice to know if he tested the server response time for all of those on the list. I've never heard of Inmotion Hosting. A lot more people seem to recommend Bluehost including Wordpress, but then again a lot of people recommended Hostgator also. So who knows.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by ncloud View Post

      I went with them because a lot of people recommend them. But, the server response time is really slow. And now I'm finding out that this is normal for Hostgator. I don't know why I never saw anybody mentioning that before.

      Because the majority "recommending" are affiliates & somewhere down the line, you'll end up clicking a "review" site posted, just like the one you linked to.


      Just so you're aware - BlueHost, HostGator, JustHost, Hostmonster & 50+ other brands are all the same company, same network, same datacenter, same servers, same support. That video is also well over a year old.
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  • Profile picture of the author ncloud
    Because the majority "recommending" are affiliates & somewhere down the line, you'll end up clicking a "review" site posted
    Good point.

    just like the one you linked to.
    Are you sure he's an affiliate? I didn't see any affiliate links. I just thought there might be something to what he was saying since he claims to have analyzed them both even though they're both owned by the same parent company. They could be using different servers. Although, like you said, the video is a year old, I didn't catch that when I was watching it.

    How difficult is it to switch hosts? Maybe I should just jump around from one to another until I find one that I like.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
      Originally Posted by ncloud View Post

      Good point.



      Are you sure he's an affiliate? I didn't see any affiliate links. I just thought there might be something to what he was saying since he claims to have analyzed them both even though they're both owned by the same parent company. They could be using different servers. Although, like you said, the video is a year old, I didn't catch that when I was watching it.

      How difficult is it to switch hosts? Maybe I should just jump around from one to another until I find one that I like.

      Yea, they're affiliates. Click it, then check your cookie history. Switching is not hard, any decent host would be able to help you. Being paid to promote is not a bad thing - but when you have masses of "fake" reviews to simply gain commissions, that's when there's a problem. For example, lots of complaints, but strangely, "review" sites always have glowing reviews...put 2 & 2 together.
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  • Profile picture of the author MeAlaister
    My list according to priority

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    WPengine,
    Hostgator,
    Web.com
    Inmotion hosting,
    Dreamhost,
    Hostnine,
    Network Solutions,
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  • Profile picture of the author Cubomedusae
    A lot of people recommending HostGator and BlueHost have no idea what they're talking about. Makes me think they're employees of EIG.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonySharma1
    I use Hostgator for about 2 years now. It's rare but when they do maintenance website can slow down which is annoying but other then that they been good.
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  • Profile picture of the author CharlotteBarnes
    WebHostingBuzz has always provided a good service in my experience
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  • Profile picture of the author tomkidotiptrick
    currently I'm using stablehost, steady speed, support is also good. I used the last in godaddy host. My advice is do not use godaddy host, timeout lot. If your financial marginally better, you should use the host at Arvixe, according to my speed is faster than the host stable, fast support. Hope this information is useful to you. Sorry for my english is not good.
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  • Profile picture of the author deezer
    For domain registrar, godaddy is best option. I often get promo code when purchased the domain with them. Good interface too.

    For hosting, if you use wordpress, WPEngine is good for managed wordpress solution. I personally use asphostportal.com. Cheaper and moreover I have ability to manage my own wordpress. So, I dont need to go with WPEngine
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  • Profile picture of the author wasim12378
    I would only like to say bluehost and Hostgator ..
    They might be expensive but they are really good
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  • Profile picture of the author Leonard77
    BlueHost is the worst company out there! Reas user reviews before choosing anything webhostinggeeks.com/user-reviews/bluehost/
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  • Profile picture of the author techntechie
    I personally use Hostgator for my own blog. I did not face any problem for the last 4 years. Thank You.
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    I like Hostgator, good price, and good service. Try to avoid cheap services because there is a reason why they are cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author zcrafts
    After EIG takeover its a waste of time with Bluehost and hostgator. After lots of research and personally testing I have select for below hosting providers for personal and my client usage:

    Webhosting UK
    Rshosting
    Webhost UK
    Siteground
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  • Profile picture of the author Grazina
    Hostingsource.com and bekserver.de services are good to sign up with.
    Plans are full-featured and prices are competitive.
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    My recommendation Hostgator
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    Services from Qhoster.com and iFastNet.com are full-featured and cost not much.
    Plans contain many useful resources and their uptime is high.
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  • For those who are recommending bluehost, hostgator, or the ones in this list: As Full As Possible List of EIG Companies and Brands With Details (Beware EIG Hosting!)

    They are all run from same server, same network, same datacenter and by same people. You don't even know what you are suggesting to others, or never got a taste of a real good hosting.

    Good luck to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gabbarsingh
    you wil get heaps off suggestions with the usual providers ..but just my two tips

    get one that is less known
    check thier hosting uptime and service record


    You will be fine !!!
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  • Profile picture of the author talking
    Use services from a2hosting.com and hostingsource.com.
    Plans are full-featured and uptime is high and prices are competitive.
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  • Profile picture of the author AllenMack
    Hi, my persona experience with bluehost is not really good :/ actually i hate them very much.....
    recently i have switched from blue host to Cloudways i heard cloud hosting is getting very popular day by day and plus point is everything is very much customized like my website load time was like around 4 sec but now it's 1.5sec with free SSL certificate so i'm just loving it they have like 1 month trail program for free :p you should try it once as well
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  • Profile picture of the author AllenMack
    I often think why cloudways hosting is not mentioned when it comes to the best hosting providers threads on many different forums, Even though its the best managed cloud hosting platform they use advanced caching features and free SSL certificate and HTTP2 protocol which reduces the number of file request and much more!
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Bely
    My experience is using more than one hundred hosts. And the resume is that I would not recommend a half of the hosts in your list.

    For the other half I'd say you need to see if you really need the service for the money. E.g. WP Engine is fully managed WP host and it's good in its segment, but this is not in the same line as other hosts.

    Thus, from your lists, I'd go with WP Engine (if you have anough mone in the pocket) or with InMotion. However, for more budget options I there are other great hosts that you can pay attention to. E.g. GeekStorage, MDD hosting, VeeroTech, HawkHost, StableHost and some others.

    I've been monitoring a dozen of hosts every minute for several months and can say that the hosts are different. And sometimes you need to reasearch deeper to consider the hosts which are not in the top 10 hosts list you can find on every corner of the Internet (hint: your list is a sort of this kind).
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    • Profile picture of the author Tim Dini
      Originally Posted by Michael Bely View Post

      ... sometimes you need to research deeper to consider the hosts which are not in the top 10 hosts list you can find on every corner of the Internet ...
      You are absolutely correct, Michael. For me the bigger hosts were fine when I first started online, and once I started paying more attention to speed and WordPress specific performance, I switched to much better options.

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      • I have been a LiquidWeb customer for years now. I have other hosting accounts around here and there but for my main money sites LiquidWeb is superb.

        What I like best is their fanatical support. They will attempt to solve any issue I have and I use that service probably 3-4 times a year. I cant' speak highly enough about the service.
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  • Hi Jasonmills,

    I used Hostgator for years and only promoted them. However, this year I started getting serious about making money online and started driving a lot of traffic to two of my websites. Hostgator blocked all of my sites. I took them days to answer my tickets, years ago it only took them a few hours to help me.

    I just switched to Inmotion Hosting and I feel that they are the best webhosting company on the planet! Not only do I have unlimited space and freedom to send as much traffic as I like, their customer service is extremely responsive and helps me with clear step-by-step directions. They also answer my questions in a friendly way and within a few hours, so I'll stick with them.
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    • Profile picture of the author rhinocl
      If you just switched to them then why would you be qualified to report on their performance. Please everyone LIVE WITH A HOST FOR AT LEAST 3 MONTHS before reporting on it so weget meaningful reports instead of the junk that people have been posting.
      Originally Posted by Madeleine Alchemy View Post

      Hi Jasonmills,

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      I just switched to Inmotion Hosting and I feel that they are the best webhosting company on the planet! Not only do I have unlimited space and freedom to send as much traffic as I like, their customer service is extremely responsive and helps me with clear step-by-step directions. They also answer my questions in a friendly way and within a few hours, so I'll stick with them.
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    • Profile picture of the author Live SEO service
      I am with bluehost . I really like the service but find it too expensive , not a friendly cpanel. Chat support the biggest nightmare for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnbrent606
    I think blue host and sillicon are the best hosting provider sites....
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  • Profile picture of the author whland
    I've been using http://hawkhost.com to host my webmaster forum for 2 years as of 7/1/2016

    Haven't had a lick of trouble with them.

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    I using vultr. It's ok for me
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  • Profile picture of the author Nauman K
    Originally Posted by Jasonmills View Post

    I'm going to do a study and I need your help.

    There are many web hosting providers out there.

    iPage,
    WPengine,
    Hostgator,
    Bluehost,
    Web.com
    Justhost,
    Inmotion hosting,
    Dreamhost,
    Hostnine,
    Network Solutions,
    interserver web hosting

    I have experiences with iPage.

    Please share your experiences about your hosting provider..

    I really appreciate that.
    I have been hosting my websites with bluhost, justhost, myresellerhome, hostgator and Greengeeks but every hosting providers has its own limitations. Some has very nice support but technically they are not good but with some hosting providers I never got any technical issues but I won't recommend their support. But as compare to all the above Greengeeks is good.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ivanmediagroup
    I've been using GoDaddy for a while now and I'm still not planning on switching to another provider.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bryan Jaeger
    I use Siteground for my Wordpress sites and it's amazing.Support is quick and very helpful
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  • Profile picture of the author cm1123
    I use EcoWebHosting.co.uk.

    I got a year's free hosting with them from buying the owner's Udemy course for $18. His name is Rob Percival.

    I think the price has gone up a little since then but it's still a great deal.

    The course is about web design btw and it's great.
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  • Profile picture of the author brooksmith
    Bluehost, Inmotion hosting, Dreamhost

    I've used them myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author DenniseTan
    Tried using Hostgator and it's pretty ok if you ask me but I've had problems with them like support and stuff. I'm using GoDaddy now.
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  • Profile picture of the author thememass
    I'm using a2hosting for my website and it's working fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author riztechpro
    I have an experience with Hostgator and it really sucks man. They have very inexperience and bad support system. You will always have to wait for ages to talk to them and they don't even help you out.
    Now I'm with Bluehost and they are really good. I would recommend bluehost.
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  • Profile picture of the author desley
    Hi
    I use Siteground - servers and connection stable, incredible 24 hour tech support. Also excellent hacker alters and malware monitoring services.

    Hostgator is okay only if you have a static IP address. If you don't avoid them because you'll be continually contacting their support to give your latest IP address and then have to wait 2 hours until they unlock the IP address. (Tried them with a client's websites and had to recommend transferring to a different provider because I was to manage the websites and my IP address changes every time I connect online).

    Bluehost - had a friend who used them and they were not optimal - charged like wounded bulls for stuff that should have been free.

    Go Daddy - have used them however their platform can be a nightmare to use, especially if you want to transfer your websites to another provider down the track.

    Just Host - reasonable, however, had to set up different accounts because one of my sites received around 500 visitors each day and this overloaded things. Also ensure you provide a totally different email to receive their notifications because if they want to suspend your account they do so immediately and send the email second and if to the same as the domain you don't receive the email.

    Hope this assists.
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  • Profile picture of the author asadul549
    I'm seeing here so many suggestions recommendations but recently I've hosted a site into infosaic.com & its definitely cheap.
    Here anyone use their service ever? How is their server security support?
    The most annoying thing until now is I'm not finding the ftp option where I can add or remove user.
    My only suggestion is you can choose any among all you mentioned here but never host on infosaic.
    You'll suffer!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author NKM Dony
    I suggest hostGator and GoDaddy. There are too good.
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  • Profile picture of the author yourwork
    I recommend WebHostingBuzz – reliable, affordable, live chat (good for newbies!)
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    one of best and cheap webhosting provider HostsLot.com. check it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Grazina
    The best hosting providers are: a2hosting.com and ifastnet.com.
    They have plans which are full of useful resources with high uptime and SSD technology which makes load speed fast.Support is active around the clock.
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  • Profile picture of the author dilipsam
    None of the above.

    Hosting era is gone! Create a droplet via DigitalOcean or try these alternatives

    1)Vultr
    2) Google Apps
    3) Amazon AWS
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin smith
    I suggest that Hostgator, Godaddy and Bluehost are good hosting providers.
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  • Profile picture of the author CenTex Hosting
    Every person you ask will have a different view on who is better. The best thing to do is do your research about the company. If they look good to you give them a try.
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOMastery
    Here is my best recommendations among your lists:
    iPage,
    Bluehost,
    Inmotion hosting,
    Dreamhost,
    Network Solutions,
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  • Profile picture of the author hynds
    There're many big guys in hosting industry that you can rely on, however according to me, there're 3 big guys that I usually use to host number of websites on them. 3 of them are Godaddy, iPage and Namecheap

    With Godaddy, I usually get big discounts via email, the most percent discount I've got are 30% off and 25% off on new orders. More, they have a very professional and comfortable control panel that can help me much in my domain management. It's very easy to transfer or renew when I need to do. When my domains get expiring, I've always get notification by them, that's very good. For their coupons, you can visit here to get Godaddy coupon for hosting just only for $1/month + free domain latest.

    With iPage, currently they're offering the coupon with a huge discount up to 83% off on hosting, I think that they're one of the cheapest hosting now. Their support also good and fast. The hosting features are good too, with some unlimited resources such as disk space, bandwidth,...

    With Namecheap, they have a very good and friendly support team that can help you almost instantly, I've contact them many times and each time was let me very happy and rate them 5 stars in supporting. Namecheap also give monthly coupons that can help you save 10% on domain purchasing and save 25% off on your hosting, VPS purchasing.

    So I would like to recommend 3 hosting providers above to you. I hope this helps.

    Good luck to you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Thirsty storm
    Hello Warriors,

    Did anybody tried Alidropship hosting? and how you can rate it compare to all other hosting websites?
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  • Profile picture of the author blackli0n
    So crazy that people keep using shared hosting. Please...the best way is dedicated. Go DigitalOcean and get a $10 plan. That's way better.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ace OfAllMedia
    1st: I'm sure it's been said, but I wasn't feeling patient enough to read every one of the prior comments (being honest) - but ALMOST ALL of the providers you mentioned are EIG, therefore rendering them complete trash....

    That leaves 3 remaining: Network Solutions is horrible - just as bad as EIG if not worse - toss them in the circular file with the the EIG subsidiaries, and while we're at it lets just proactively toss GoDaddy, One.com and 1and1, in there too (they weren't mentioned, but they're as horrendous as EIG)

    The 2 Hosts left standing from your lineup:

    WPengine is PHENOMINAL if you have a WP based site and get a decent to large amount of traffic - Love their platform....However, if you're a small site or a noob, it's WAY overkill and you'd be overpaying....anyone else though, especially if you were graduating from shared to managed anyway - awesome choice..

    Inmotion: Really Good for shared hosting and they they are the creators of BoldGrid, which is really cool (its a website builder built on top of wordpress, so it can basically let a noob design legit WP sites that look and function like something a pro did, and you're not locked into a proprietary platform) - plus very reliable and reasonable rates

    Personal Fave: A2 Hosting (not listed) - REALLY awesome hosting, best support i've had from any host i've been with (and trust me, I've been around the block) really good prices for what they give, not one single hiccup with them in over 2 years, Fast Reliable...I could go on, but I don't want to be accused of promoting again haha (despite the absence of an affiliate link???? )

    Anyway that's my 2 cents
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  • Profile picture of the author talking
    Hostingsource.com and a2hosting.com are trustworthy hosts which are worth your attention.
    They have plans which are full of useful resources and uptime is high and their tech staff is helpful for 24 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author thememass
    I prefer StableHost for my websites. Support is also fast when you need help.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bomtik
    Hostingsource.com and a2hosting.com are decent enough hosts which are able to satisfy the needs of many IT users.
    Check out their plans.
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  • Profile picture of the author dijani
    i'm with iPage but is little slower so i think ''WPengine'' is better for wordpress.
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  • Profile picture of the author dgmufasa
    I use Hostgator. The technical support is OK - but you have to wait a loooooooooooooooooooooooooooong time (through the chat tool and online) before you reach anyone.

    Also, when I started 2 years ago, my monthly payment was about $15 - now it is almost $25. I don't remember any reason for the increase.

    They also can get into your Wordpress accounts - I'm not sure if I am totally OK with this - but I suppose it is the nature of the beast.
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  • Profile picture of the author alexsteave
    im using hosting24.com its good in my opinion
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  • Profile picture of the author omarali7
    I always prefer HostGator but You can also try BlueHost, iPage.
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  • Profile picture of the author dijani
    there are good host is all about your budget. If you thinking of having a site in long term and making money with your website i suggest you get pay more t host your site with 1 ip in stead of shared hosting where many sites are shared with 1 ip and so on....
    google also ''top 10 USA Webhosting'' you will see results.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ekta Tiwari
    I personally found HTS hosting is one among the best services of HTS Solutions
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  • Profile picture of the author thompsonmike
    Hostgator is better than others. They have many plans with suits your budget.
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