All The Black Friday/Cyber Monday Hosting Deals!

Top 10 Black Friday Web Hosting Deals for January 2018: It’s that time of year again! We’ll keep updating the Black Friday deals as they go live. [table id=5 /] More Black Friday Deals: Webhosting.uk.com [jcorgcrcoupon slug=’webhostinguk’ id=’526′] Save 50% off cPanel and WordPress hosting when you use this coupon code with Webhosting.uk.com. This is a Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotion, …

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BlueHost Review

Our Official BlueHost Review Welcome to our official review for Bluehost’s hosting services! Bluehost, as you may or may not be aware, is one of the most popular hosting providers in the world. For years, WordPress has officially recommended Bluehost for people wanting to create a WordPress website of their very own. However, the opinion of Bluehost in internet land …

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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 are released, and setting up …

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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 first began building websites …

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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 conventions, but more likely …

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Media Temple Review

Media Temple Review Media Temple is not your cheapest option for web hosting out there, but as the saying goes ‘you get what you pay for’ and Media Temple certainly delivers on quality of products and services available. They cater more to web developers than hobbyists, but if you are a freelancer or design & development firm they are an …

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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 software on your host is designed to …

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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. Read our full review of …

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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 the ‘free’ hosting companies. However, …

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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 you which is not a …