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Purchasing a domain name and hosting could pose at a kind of challenge to several website and blog owners in terms of choosing what is right and as well as choosing the right host platforms.

Let us check out the review on the first nine host to consider

 

Godaddy

 

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This is another great domain registrar and they also offer web hosting services, established in 1997 as a Jomax Technologies, which later became Godaddy. It’s world largest domain Registrar Company with ICANN-accredited registrar and also sells e-business related softwares and services.

Their hosting plans start from $4.99/month that is same as Bluehost and Hostgator. Godday is best for buying the domain name, according to several research, their hosting service is not much good in past days.

 

Bluehost

 

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One of the oldest web hosts started in 1996, Bluehost has become the largest brand name when it comes to WordPress hosting. They are an official “WordPress” recommended hosting provider. With Bluehost, you never have to worry about your website being slow even when there is a lot of traffic. Their 24/7 expert support is always there to help when you need it by phone, email, or live chat. They are rated #1 in web hosting for small businesses. They also offer WordPress Beginner users an exclusive 63% off discount, a Free Domain and a free Site Builder with templates.

Hostgator

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This is an excellent domain registrar and best WordPress hosting provider company at lowest prices. Hostgator is the best web hosting for WordPress users, and many experts recommend this one for WordPress sites. It was found in 2002. Their hosting plans are very affordable for new and old websites. You can purchase hosting as low as $4 ~ $5 per month with free domain name. Currently, hostgator host 9,000,000 sites and growing fastly.

DreamHost

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DreamHost has been around for 18 years, and is known for making web hosting easy. You get custom dashboard, 1-click WordPress install, automatic WordPress updates, unlimited space, unlimited bandwidth and free SSDs which makes your site 200% faster. DreamHost powers over 600,000 WordPress blogs and websites. There are no setup fees, and you also get a free domain.

 

NameCheap

 

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NameCheap is a great company for registering your new website address at the lowest and affordable price. I also have some of my domains with this registrar. HostReview selected this company for “Readers Choice Award 2013”. NameCheap offers Shared Hosting, Reseller hosting, VPS hosting, Dedicated servers and Email hosting at cheap prices. Their domain management system is very flexible. In 2010 to 2015 Namecheap was selected as a best was founded in 2000 by Richard Kirkendall.

Also, you can buy SSL certificates to protect your sites at very reasonable prices. They offer an outstanding 24/7 live chat support to help you. You can go with them without any doubt to pick your blog name.

iPage

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iPage is the cheapest and affordable hosting provider in the world for creating your site at lowest budget. iPage offers many services such as free SiteLock security, Free toll-free number, Site Analytics, Free YP (Yellow Page) listening, Daily Spam and Malware scanning, Constant network scanning and free up to $200 for internet marketing.

You can easily register your desired web address name on iPage if available. Web hosting packages of iPage are also cheap and affordable. The best thing of iPage is you can get a free domain with one-year web hosting just at $24 with 99% server uptime.

 

Name.com

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Name.com is a well-known company and having a good online reputation in the field of domain registration and web hosting. Their hosting plans start from $4.99 per month, and domain registration price is $10.99/year. They offer the number of services such as domain registration, SEO tutor, Website Builder, One-click WordPress Install, SSL certificates, Email services, Google Apps for work and much more.

 

SiteGround

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SiteGround is one of the most popular and highest rated hosting provider in the WordPress community. They provide unique in-house WordPress speed and security solutions to make your site as fast and secure as possible. They are known for the best 24/7 support in the industry which is why they’re an official “WordPress” recommended hosting provider. Siteground features include automatic upgrades, built-in WP caching, CDN, one-click staging and GIT version control. They are also one of the few companies offering location specific hosting with 3 data centers in USA, Europe, and Singapore. They also have а special 60% discount for Word Press Beginner readers and a free domain name.

InMotion Hosting

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InMotion hosting has been a well-known industry brand with reliable performance for business class hosting. With award winning technical support and 99.9% uptime, they are a user favorite. Their unmatched U.S. based support is always there to help. InMotion Hosting’s WordPress Hosting is optimized for active bloggers, and offers great capability for your blog’s growth.

 

— Recommendations —

All of this domains are good. However, it depends on what you want with these and also going by the cheapest one I recommend  iPage.

Going by the one that has stayed longed over the years and stable I recommend go daddy, bluehost and Hostgator

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14 Thoughts on “BEST WEB HOSTING SERVICE: (Best Choice For 2017)”

  • Hello, really informative article here on the different hosts that are out there. With so many choices, it can get really difficult for anyoneto make the right decision. I would personally choose bluehost, among the ones you have mentioned. I don’t know, maybe because i have seen it been recommended from many different bloggers. Keep it up!

  • I have heard of godaddy but have never used them. When I began creating websites many years ago I went with 123-reg. They charged a good price and I was very happy with them.

    I particularly liked iPage as they offer a free domain name that I can host for a year at $24. That seems an excellent price. I think I will go check them out further. So thank you for the informative review.

  • Thanks for the great list of the best web host companies. I used to use BlueHost for many years and like it, it was easy to navigate and the support desk was very helpful. I also used iPages…probably about 10 years ago (?), I didn’t like it at that time, but it looks like it’s transformed itself greatly, and as you recommend, only $24 per year sounds very good and handy.
    Are there any web hosting companies that you would rather not recommend to anyone?
    Thanks again,
    Ray

    • Yes, I wouldn’t recommend Hostgator because of their strictness with advertising any web hosting on your site that seems to be a rival to them

  • Thank you for the analysis of web hosts.
    I heard a lot of feedback that Godaddy is the least ideal host because their system is often down and their service is not that responsive.

    Regarding SSL certificate, do these web hosts you listed provide customers with it or we have to buy it separately?

    • Most of the web hosting comes with shared SSL certificates, but if you want private SSL you have to purchase that separately by requesting

  • Hi there! Thank you for providing this great list of hosting services. I just wanted to drop you a quick comment to say thank you, but also just to let you know about an experience that I had with one of the hosing providers that you mention here.

    I started looking into ways of building websites a few years ago and discovered WordPress. It was a great choice for me as I didn’t have any technical knowledge. When it cam to choosing my hosting service, I was recommended to try HostGator. I knew that they were a popular choice as I had seen them on the TV!

    I decided to go with HostGator but to my surprise I recieved a phone call from them asking about the website that I wanted to host on their servers. I explained that it was going to be a review website with some affiliate products on it. The guy from HostGator immediately told me that I was not allowed to host any sort of affiliate website with them and that I would need to go elsewhere! So that is exactly what I did!

    Just thought I would share that in case any of your readers were intending to add any affiliate links to their site. It’s better to know about it in the beginning rather that when you have built the site!

  • When it comes to choosing a web host I would recommend Siteground from my experience. Years ago it was definitely Hostgator but they can be a little bit more expensive now. I have done a comparison looking at speed tests, support and value for money. However I have never tried iPage, why do you prefer this web host?

    • i would not really say that any of these web host is the best.. user experience differs.. Bluehost is good and price shoudnt limit you when it comes to getting what is good.

  • Hey Yudee,

    Great insight on best web hosting plans. Wealthy affiliate gives free hosting for all websites built there and the DNS server set up is instant compared to other webs hosts like GoDaddy.

    That’s the only benefit I know of WA hosting has over other hosting companies.

    Are there any advantages of your recommendation over Wealthy affiliate? Please help me out here.

    I want to make comparisons so that I know what will work best for me.

  • Hey Yudee,

    Nice site you have there, lots of good tips to give me an idea of what hosts to look at, all the good’uns are here!

    I like the summary of your best choices at the en, gives an all-round view of what’s out there, nice stuff!

    Cheers,

    ~andy~

  • Nice list, but don’t you think eHost is another good hosting company? I visited their website 2 days ago and their prices rule, the total price of $2.99 a month. But I don’t know about their services.

    As for GoDaddy I’ve heard a lot about it being the best out there and your article shows that too. Nice, I also heard about Domain being a good company.
    You list explains a lot, nice article, I want to read more about these so I’m gonna check their websites.

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