Reviews

iPage

iPage is a somewhat peculiar web hosting provider. With a single shared plan, the company believes that one size can fit all needs.

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Namecheap

It is somewhat odd that most Namecheap reviews are about domain name registration and management. Indeed, this is one of the biggest registrars in the world, but it also offers the full gamma of Linux hosting solutions: shared, managed WordPress, virtual and dedicated servers.

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InterServer

InterServer is hardly a household name. There are many bigger and more popular website hosting providers out there, but size and popularity don’t necessarily mean good service.

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InMotion

I’ve been studying InMotion Hosting for a while as a part of my ongoing search for the best website hosting company. I want to improve the world of hosting as a whole through honest, unbiased reviews and to-the-point feedback.

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GoDaddy

GoDaddy is the real daddy of the hosting industry. It is the biggest domain name registrar and the largest hosting provider in the world.

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GreenGeeks

Geeky, fast, and green? What’s not to like about it? GreenGeeks is a host that certainly knows how to attract customers through a unique blend of friendliness and advanced technology presented in a very accessible way.

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HostGator

HostGator is among the most popular web hosting providers and I was eager to test its mettle. I set up a basic WordPress installation on the HostGator Baby Cloud and measured the response times and behavior under load of the HostGator servers.

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Bluehost

Bluehost is big and famous. It hosts millions of websites and provides the full gamma of hosting services, so it was a natural choice for one of the first entries here, at the Hosting Tribunal.

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DreamHost

For this detailed DreamHost hosting review I purchased the larger of the two plans the company has to offer, created a default WordPress installation, and hooked it up to a number of monitoring tools.

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