Hosting Reviews

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InMotion Hosting

InMotion Hosting is a complete hosting solution, offering VPS, business hosting, dedicated servers and white labeling and managed hosting options.

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SiteGround is one of the giants in the hosting world, and PHP hosting is no exception. They offer a range of hosting solutions including shared, cloud, and dedicated hosting options.

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Web Hosting Hub

Web Hosting Hub is another all-round website solution company, with hosting, website design, domain registration, and complete website build and host packages.

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Bluehost jumps straight into the hosting game with an anytime money back guarantee, something that is definitely a leg up over other competitors.

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iPage position themselves as a low cost alternative to some of the pricier hosting options, but with no loss to server quality.

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Arvixe is a Linux hosting company that was acquiried by EIG in 2014. They divide their offering into five different categories: personal, business, resellers, VPS, and dedicated, each with a variety of useful features and functionalities.

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A2 Hosting

A2 Hosting is a hosting company that drives very hard to emphasis speed and WordPress optimization.

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Just Host

Just Host is the simple hosting plan. They’re strive to offer maximum functionality and minimal fuss, perfect for a new website or even a seasoned developer looking for a no simple solution.

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HostMonster is another EIG brand with an emphasis on reliability through system redundancy.

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HostPapa has one of the lowest pricing floors in the hosting industry, advertising just $1.95 a month for basic hosting. That said, they have significant functionality despite their hosting-on-a-budget approach.

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Site5 is a web hosting, reselling, and fully managed VPS company.

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GreenGeeks is an all in one hosting solution for both beginner and experienced website owners.

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FatCow is one of the older hosting companies around, helping websites get off the ground since 1998. 100% wind powered, FatCow works hard on its image as clean and green, and welcoming to beginners.

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IX Web Hosting

IX Web Hosting in another older company, founded in 1999. They run a little more expensive than other hosting companies, in exchange for more monitoring and support of their servers.

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Media Temple

Media Temple (MT) is “the web host you can count on.”
They offer VPS, standard shared hosting, and a WordPress specific hosting option in order to cover all their bases.

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HostGator, unlike most hosting plans, isn’t working to compete on price alone. Instead, they’re working to compete on offering a premium service and to offer “the best features at the best price.”

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GoDaddy is probably the best known hosting service out there, with significant penetration both within the development and hosting world and outside it.

Read our full GoDaddy review.

Network Solutions

Network Solutions offer what you would expect – a range of network solutions. When it comes to web hosting, they offer web hosting, WordPress hosting, and ecommerce hosting.

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