“GoDaddy vs. HostGator?” is a very common question for anyone researching hosting options. GoDaddy and HostGator are two of the largest hosting brands in the world. And they are owned respectively by the two of largest web services companies in the world (GoDaddy Group and Newfold Digital). I’ve written a HostGator Review and a GoDaddy […]
Web hosting (AKA shared hosting) is the most popular form of hosting.
List Of Web Hosting Companies
|A2 Hosting||8.5/10||Learn More|
|InMotion Hosting||9.0/10||Learn More|
|IONOS by 1&1||7.5/10||Learn More|
|Network Solutions||6.0/10||Learn More|
|Web Hosting Hub||8.0/10||Learn More|
For years, I’ve had issues with email forms on websites hosted at GoDaddy. Whether I was trying to get a contact form in WordPress to work, or simply forward emails within cPanel, the whole troubleshooting process was just a pain. The GoDaddy email issue especially pops up when a client switches from GoDaddy email hosting […]
Website hosting is reserved space on a computer server that stores & serves files related to a website (ie, HTML, CSS, images, etc) to browsers when requested via the Internet. Website hosting is usually connected to a human-readable domain name. As an analogy, website hosting is like a plot of physical land…but on the Internet. […]
GreenGeeks is an independent, rapidly growing hosting company based in California, but with data centers across the US and Europe. GreenGeeks positions itself as a more environmentally friendly host with a focus on customer support.
GoDaddy vs. SiteGround for hosting is a tale of the established, name-brand, corporate giant against the rapidly growing, scrappy, independent company. While there is no such thing as the “best overall” hosting company, both of these companies excel for certain types of projects & certain types of website owners. I wrote a SiteGround Review and […]
InMotion Hosting vs. HostGator – how does their web hosting compare. How well do they fit different types of website owners? They’ve both been around for quite a while, and both offer value in their own way. I have projects on both. This site is hosted on an InMotion Hosting VPS server, but many of […]
IONOS by 1&1 is one of the largest brands in the Internet services industry, and I get a lot of reader questions about what their hosting product is like. I’ve worked with IONOS by 1&1 web hosting several times for clients, and recently bought a hosting package for a separate project I’m running. Here’s my first 1&1 web […]
Bluehost vs. Hostgator? – it’s a question that’s a bit like asking “Coke or Pepsi?” It’s somewhat slicing details, but it’s a choice nonetheless for something that you’ll likely be using for years. I’ve written a Bluehost review and HostGator review for each, but this post compares them head to head. In this comparison between […]
Choosing the best email hosting for your project is a tough and often all too confusing process. It’s tough especially because there is no such thing as an absolute “best email hosting” – there is only the email hosting that is right for you considering all the tradeoffs.
So, how much does a website cost per year? Wait for it…. it depends. :) But yes – “it depends” is not helpful at all.