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Bluehost Review

Bluehost Review

If you’re a small to mid-size business or you need a website for your hobby, club, school, etc. then Bluehost is a reputable shared hosting provider with a solid track record of providing quality service. Like many other budget shared hosts these days, they do offer specialized packages for hosting WordPress sites and they […]

March 11th, 2017|Reviews|

DreamHost Review

DreamHost Review

If you are looking for quality hosting for WordPress, Dreamhost is one of the best and at a very affordable price. Their managed DreamPress hosting starts at $7.95 per month and they will handle a lot of the technical aspects for you such as installing & configuring WordPress, updating it when new versions […]

March 9th, 2017|Reviews|

GoDaddy Review

GoDaddy Review

Even if you’ve never registered a domain before or purchased web hosting, you’ve probably heard of GoDaddy. They put a lot of time, money, and effort into marketing, they’ve even had commercials that aired during the Super Bowl. But are they the right host for you? I actually started out with GoDaddy when I […]

March 8th, 2017|Reviews|

HostGator Review

HostGator Review

HostGator is one of the heavy-hitters of budget web hosting companies. They don’t put quite as much money into their advertising budget as GoDaddy does, but they have a huge user base and have been a popular choice for years. Possibly because of the alligator-based puns they are fond of using in their naming […]

March 7th, 2017|Reviews|

WP Engine Review

The blogging platform WordPress has become so popular (it runs about 18% of the entire internet) that web hosting companies have recently sprung up offering WordPress-optimized hosting. While WordPress is a free application that you can download and install on any linux-based hosting plan, WordPress-optimized hosting does provide some key benefits. First, the […]

February 6th, 2017|Reviews|

Weebly Review

If you need a website for your small business, portfolio, or hobby but don’t know the first thing about how to build one and don’t want to spend a fortune on it then Weebly might be the company for you. Weebly’s focus is on making building a website as easy as possible at affordable prices. […]

January 31st, 2017|Reviews|

iPage Review

iPage’s main selling feature is really low pricing for your first term with them (starting at $1.99/month for single websites) with a free domain for the first year. If it’s a venture you’re not really sure about, you can try it out without putting up a ton of money without the ads and subdomains of […]

January 27th, 2017|Reviews|

InMotion Review

InMotion likes to market themselves as ‘business hosting’, meaning that they are trying to provide a 1-stop shop for your business’ online needs including hosting, email, and maybe even web design. If you need a site but don’t know where to start, they can design & setup the website before handing the reins over to […]

January 26th, 2017|Reviews|

NameCheap Review

If you’re looking for no-frills and reliable web hosting, NameCheap is a good option. They have a surprisingly strong uptime score for shared hosting (see below), and even with the most basic plan you can have up to 3 websites hosted on your account. They don’t feature any sort of website-builder, however you have the […]

January 25th, 2017|Reviews|