Updated: October 25,2014
Going with the first company you see isn’t always a wise choice, which is why you should research a variety of web hosting companies to see which one can provide you with better service for what you want and need for your specific website
For the last two years, HostGator and GoDaddy have been the top choices for most bloggers mainly due to their uncompromising and effective services.
This HostGator vs GoDaddy review will assist you in selecting between these two web hosting companies so that you choose the best one for your needs. Moreover, you’ll learn all the important aspects of web hosting with respect to both HostGator and GoDaddy.
Prices, Plans, and Features
HostGator and GoDaddy are very much alike with it comes down to their plans and prices. HostGator has three plans: Hatchling, Baby and Business. The only difference between the Hatchling and Baby plans is that the Baby plan allows unlimited domains, whereas the Hatchling allows only a single domain. The Business plan comes with a free dedicated IP, which is not available in the other two plans.
GoDaddy features similar plans to HostGator, naming them: Economy, Deluxe and Unlimited. The Economy plan features a single domain and 100GB disk space; the other two plans come with unlimited disk space and domains. GoDaddy also provides customers with Business-Class hosting that starts at $17.99, which has the ability to manage five different websites with 250,000 monthly visitors each.
The graph below shows the prices, and features of both company’s plans:
Nowadays, choosing a good web hosting company for their websites has become quite a challenge for webmasters. A poor choice will hurt your website and companies reputation.
Since I use HostGator to host my website and iPage for my client’s websites, I have a clear view of all the pros and cons of these web hosting companies. This HostGator vs. iPage review will compare hosting on both HostGator and iPage and help you choose the best web hosting company for your business. Continue reading
Updated : October 19, 2014
I assume that you must be in search of a good web hosting company which can feed your blog like you do. That is why we thought of comparing some of the leading web hosts and help readers pick the right, as well as the best one. One such comparison is HostGator Vs Bluehost.
Hostgator and Bluehost are the two of the most rated web hosting and features in the top 10 web hosting of all time. Although both of them are of good qualities some variations occur when it comes to the services and qualities of services that are offered through these web hosting.
The following article compares hosting on each of these web hosting companies and outlines a number of different services that these companies has to offer. More detailed comparisons about HostGator and Bluehost could be read from this HostGator Vs Bluehost vs Dreamhost review.
Updated : October 21, 2014
Choosing a reliable web hosting will always give you an advantage of having a website that will give yourreader’s a great time in accessing, navigating and loading different types of post, pages in your website. I have done many cross battle review of top web hosting companies on this blog, and this time I will write a SiteGround Vs Bluehost review and help you explore different aspects of web hosting w.r.t to both SiteGround and Bluehost.
Bluehost was found in 2003, whereas SiteGround made its entry into hosting only during 2004. Both companies are quite experienced, but SiteGround has recently added many innovative and unique features which help us in building our website with no worries. After reading this review, I am pretty sure that you will be able to select one among these hosting companies.
Performance, Reliability and Speed test
SiteGround and Bluehost offers 99.99% uptime guarantee. I have mentioned in my other blog post about Bluehost’s unexpected downtime in the month of January, February 2014 which gave them the uptime below 98%. Other than that 2 major downtime, they were successful in providing reliability in the proceeding months.
I didn’t quite see anything that tells about a major downtime of SiteGround. Moreover, they were up more than 99.99% times during last 1 year. They pretty much have the most reliable servers in the entire web hosting industry. Nevertheless, you can refer the below given fact and understand about their stable uptime of 99% in last 1 year. Continue reading
I have been exploring different web hosting companies for the past several years and there have been many companies that won my heart with their tone of services. I take a break of 3-4 weeks before writing a new hosting review after every time I finish writing one, this is done so that I update myself with honest facts about the next web hosting company that I am going to review.
This SiteGround review contains great insights into different aspects of SiteGround such as their Prices, Plans, Customer support, Performance and User Interface. After reading this review, I am hopeful that my readers will be able to make the right choice regarding hosting their website with SiteGround.
Plans, Prices And Features
SiteGround has plans for all requirements. They have three shared hosting plans, namely StartUp, GrowBig and GoGeek. StartUp is the most basic plan and comes with the option to host a single website and costs around $3.95/mo. The other two plans allow multiple domain hosting and costs $7.95/mo and $14.95/mo respectively. If you are running a high traffic website, then it’s time for you to take on Cloud hosting, which will cost you $68.95/mo. SiteGround’s Dedicated server plans start at $229.00/mo and extend up to $429.00/mo and provide you with completely dedicated to you and fully managed hardware
Every shred hosting plan has the essential features mentioned below:
- Free Domain name
- Free Website transfer
- 30 day money back guarantee
- Free Cloudfare CDN.(* Allow us to display cached page during downtime.)
- Unlimited E-mails and daily backup.
Web hosting plays significant role in running an online business. There are several services included in web hosting that is why it would cost you big amount of money. To make your money valuable, it is necessary to choose the right hosting provider that can help in developing your website. There are millions of providers that you can find online. That is why it is necessary to check first the users recommendations and reviews. I hope I am able to assist you in picking the right web hosting through this Hostmonster vs HostGator vs Inmotion hosting review.
Three of the recommended web hosting providers includes Hostmonster, Hostgator and InMotion. Likewise, you should also consider the different criteria such as server performance, technical support, reliability, customer service and prices. It is also necessary to check the reputation of the provider in forum websites and online communities. Continue reading
Updated : October 19, 2014
As webmaster’s, choosing a highly reliable web hosting company that fits into all our requirements has been the most difficult task. There’s so many web hosting companies on the market that finding the right one can sometimes be overwhelming.
I have already compared Bluehost Vs HostGator in another post, but this specific post adds in DreamHost and compares it to the previous two. HostGator and Bluehost are two of the most rated web hosting companies on the web and are often always featured in top review posts across the Internet. But DreamHost is quickly becoming a top web hosting company in my opinion, and I think that its services rival that of the other top two companies.
All three are great choices to go with, but each one provides something different from the other and this review of HostGator vs Bluehost vs DreamHost will help make your selection process much easier.
In this post, I’ll compare performance (which includes uptime and speed); pricing plans and features; customer support; and control panels. Finally, at the end, I’ll provide you with my recommendation as to which hosting company I feel is the best from the three based on my findings.
It wasn’t easy comparing the performance of these three high-quality web hosting companies because they all provided adequate performance tests that are better than a number of others out there.