Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) and proxy services have come a long ways in the past few years. They used to be a technology business backwater – only for streaming movies or anyone overly (ie, correctly) concerned about security & privacy. But in the past several years, VPNs have become near essential for any business owner that does any business away from the office (even the local coffee shop). And as the name-brand – HideMyAss has been around since the gaming / movie days (hence the name), but also has a decent service .[Read more…] about HideMyAss Alternatives for VPN & Proxy Services
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There has never been so many options for hosting a website or blog. And GoDaddy is possibly the most well-known brand in the website services industry. Although they began as a domain registrar, they have used their brand recognition and massive ad spend to become one of the largest hosting companies & website builder companies in the world.[Read more…] about GoDaddy Web Hosting Alternatives for Your Website
There has never been so many options for starting a website or blog. Hosting WordPress on your own server is not only the most popular ways – it has been completely revolutionary. As a free, open-source, community-maintained content management system – WordPress software has allowed millions of people to start & fully control their own website.[Read more…] about Self-hosted WordPress Alternatives for a CMS & Building a Website
There has never been so many options for starting a website or blog. Squarespace was one of the companies to take website builders to the “next level” – ie, beyond simple drag & drop templates. Squarespace really focused on getting design elements along with certain technical website elements right. They have been a go-to solution for a while, but have really built brand recognition with massive podcast & TV ad spend.[Read more…] about Best Squarespace Alternatives & Competitors for Building a Website
eHost is a web hosting brand owned by Endurance International. They offer shared Linux hosting (what nearly all starter website owners need) in the form of single unlimited plan. They have been around for a while, but were only recently relaunched by their parent company.
Their datacenter is located in Houston, TX within (what appears to be) the same facilities as their sister brand HostGator. Like most shared hosting companies, eHost also provides email, a website builder, and various complementary services to web hosting.
I’ve had several readers email to ask my opinion about eHost, so I decided to give them a shot in my recent shopping tour of entry-level web hosts.
Here’s my eHost Hosting review – structured with pros & cons based on my experience as a customer.[Read more…] about eHost Hosting Review: Pros, Cons & Comparisons