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BLUEHOST VS KINSTA COMPARISON

Bluehost vs Kinsta: A Comparison of The Best WordPress Hosting of 2021

If you’ve slogged through endless reviews and still aren’t sure whether to pick Bluehost or Kinsta, you can relax because, in this Bluehost vs Kinsta comparison, we’ll be looking at both hosts to help you decide which is best for your needs.

This review explains everything in laymen terms so you can understand exactly what’s going on, even if you don’t have a technical background. It’s also an entirely impartial and objective review because my only goal is to make sure you find a host that works for you.

Also Read: Kinsta Hosting Review 

Furthermore, all my reviews are based on tests my team and I have conducted ourselves. There are no secondhand accounts from third parties in this review.

Also, make sure to check out hosting comparisons and reviews, such as HostGator vs Bluehost, SiteGround and Bluehost comparison, SiteGround Vs HostGator. This way you can be sure that you are truly picking the best host for your needs.

SiteGround Vs Kinsta

Kinsta Vs SiteGround – Who Deserves To Be The Best In 2021?

Today’s webmaster has a choice of two great web hosting in the name of Kinsta and SiteGround. It’s a healthy choice to make as both the hostings are the benchmark for excellent performance and customer support.

Well, I see this Kinsta vs SiteGround fight as a young upstart (Kinsta) facing competition from an established hosting company (SiteGround). To be honest, this isn’t a face-off since SiteGround and Kinsta address the needs of different categories of customers.

In this post, I will help you choose one among these hosting based on your need and not based on which is better.

We currently use SiteGround for hosting this website and have a couple of other websites hosted with Kinsta. Also check out our other comparisons such as SiteGround Vs Bluehost and HostGator Vs GoDaddy.

SiteGround ownership infoSiteGround ownership info
– SiteGround
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– Kinsta test account

Here are the details of our hosting account with both Kinsta and SiteGround.

SiteGround was started in 2004, their growth was tremendous in the last few years. Their high emphasis on customer support and performance has helped them increase their customer base from hosting 5,00,000 websites in 2015 to 2 million in 2019, a three-fold increase in a matter of 3 years.

On the other hand, Kinsta is relatively a new company that started in 2013. They were initially targeting only agencies and developers who were looking for next-level performance. However, in 2016, they shifted their entire infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform. This helped them to cut costs, improve performance and attracted small and new bloggers and website builders with attractive prices.

Kinsta is a managed WordPress hosting which starts at $30/mo. Whereas, SiteGround plans start at just $3.95/mo. To make it fairer, we will compare Kinsta’s starter plan with the highest plan of SiteGround which costs $9.95/mo.

Overview: Which Hosting Is Right For You?

We don’t really have one pure winner in this comparison. The winner depends on your requirements.

Kinsta offers better speed than SiteGround due to them utilizing the premium tier of Google Cloud Platform.

Also Read: SiteGround Review – How are they rated compared to other popular providers?

Kinsta Review – Comparing the fastest WordPress Hosting.

Does this mean SiteGround is slower?

Absolutely No, When you compare SiteGround with Hosting plans with a similar price to it such as Bluehost, HostGator or Dreamhost, it is 2x faster than all of them. Moreover, if you starting a blog for the first time or running an average blog, they are one of the most chosen web hostings. It’s unheard to grow from hosting 5,00,000 website to 2 million in three years without showing good performance. We will dig more into their speed and other features below.

If you have a budget of $30/mo or higher and in a lookout for a hosting that can help you decrease your load time by 300-400ms better than SiteGround. Then Kinsta is a better choice than SiteGround. It all depends on your requirements and budget at the end of the day.

How did we come to the above conclusion?

Below are all the tests that are done to reach the above conclusion. You will notice how both are neck to neck in each aspect of web hosting and proves they really are top-notch web hosting providers.

Tests.

HOSTGATOR VS GODADDY COMPARISON

HostGator Vs GoDaddy – Here’s What’s Best For You In 2021?

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SITEGROUND VS FASTCOMET COMPARISON

SiteGround vs FastComet |Jan 2021| A Comprehensive Comparison

If you don’t know whether to choose SiteGround or FastComet because you contrast the reviews you found and aren’t even sure what to compare them on, then you’ve come to the right place. A lot of factors go into choosing ...

HOSTGATOR VS BLUEHOST COMPARISON

HostGator Vs Bluehost – Which host is the best choice in 2021?

Updated: May 28, 2021

Choosing a web hosting company has polarised into a few select companies. More specifically, HostGator, SiteGround, or Bluehost hold the top spots in terms of the most used and affordable web hosting companies.

In this article, we’ll be conducting an extensive Bluehost Vs HostGator comparison, which should help you choose the better hosting company for your particular needs.

HostGator and Bluehost are both owned by the same parent company, namely Endurance International Group (EIG), which owns over 60 hosting brands. However, that doesn’t mean these two companies are equal. In fact, there are considerable differences between the two and this review will help you choose the best one for your particular needs.

Here’s how HostGator and Bluehost compare.

If you want to stay away from EIG hosting, then check out our other posts such as SiteGround Vs Bluehost or SiteGround Vs HostGator for an alternative.