InMotion Hosting Review – Hosting Review
InMotion Hosting Review - InMotion Hosting Shared Hosting Review

InMotion Shared Hosting Review Since 2001, InMotion Company has grown a customer base of more 300,000 domains with two data centers in based Virginia and Los Angeles. Also, turns out InMotion also own Web Hosting Hub, which was created and geared towards bloggers and beginners. Offering a wider range of services than most hosting companies, including shared, dedicated, VPS, and WordPress hosting. InMotion features a great combination of industry-leading hardware, an always-there support, and mass scalability for all your hosting needs. InMotion…

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Namecheap Review – Shared Hosting Review
Namecheap Review - Namecheap Shared Hosting Review

Namecheap Shared Hosting Review Namecheap launched in the year 2000 by a man named Richard Kirkendall (it celebrated its 15th birthday last year), with their shared hosting service following seven years later in 2007. When a hosting company calls itself Namecheap you can be sure it’ll lead on price, and the headline on the website doesn’t disappoint: “Secure and reliable high-performance hosting from just $10 per year.” Namecheap’s plans don’t include SSL – and 1&1 even gives you that with its most basic account. But…

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HostGator Review – Shared Hosting Review
HostGator Review - Shared Hosting Review

Hostgator Shared Hosting Review Hostgator offers a wide range of different hosting services: Shared, Cloud, VPS, and Dedicated. We will focus on their shared hosting service in this review. There are three different shared hosting plans: Hatchling, Baby, and Business, to fit different webmasters’ needs. Both Hatchling and Baby Plan comes with the same basic ‘unlimited hosting’ features, except that on Hatchling, you can only have one domain hosted and are unable to purchase a dedicated IP and private…

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1&1 – Hosting

1 and 1 hosting review A dedicated server may be one of the ways to go for hosting but not for personal bloggers or small business owners. Its downside of this web hosting option is its steep pricing. That, and you’ll either need some geeky expertise or access to an expert in setting up and managing a dedicated server for your business, because any maintenance that will be needed on the server will be done by you, the owner….

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GoDaddy – Hosting

GoDaddy hosting review GoDaddy is good for commercial and personal hosting purposes, thanks to its dependable uptime, excellent customer service, Linux- and Windows-based servers and other cool features. GoDaddy’s packages fall just shy of those offered by Editors’ Choice award-winning, DreamHost and Hostgator but it is capable of satisfying your web hosting needs. If you are out looking for a super cheap hosting solution for a small site with storage limitations, GoDaddy is generally cheaper with specials. With GoDaddy’s…

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