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Weebly is one of the most popular website builders out there. They are marketed towards pretty much anyone that wants to build a website, including personal bloggers, ecommerce store builders, and people that just want to build a website and figure out how to make money from it. Bearing in mind that building a personal […]
Wix is a cloud-based shared hosting platform with a business model that takes a different approach to on-boarding new customers. Founded in 2006, the company started out as a flash based website editor and soon moved to HTML5 within the first few years. Fast forward to today and we see that Wix has grown their […]
A2 Hosting is one of the few truly ‘traditional’ web hosting companies out there today that has not tried to differentiate itself by specializing in some kind of niche. Instead of focusing on some small particular feature and aggressively making an attempt to dominate within that smaller market, A2 Hosting opts to offer pretty much […]
Rackspace is less of what we would usually think of as a web hosting company in the conventional sense, and more of a management service that provides you with a single unified interface for a plethora of different cloud hosting services. Plus, they offer their own nifty tech support to help you manage the solutions […]
IX Web Hosting has a lot of the necessary ingredients, so to speak, needed in the recipe for an excellent web host. Chat support, a plethora of quality video tutorials, Linux and Windows available for shared hosting accounts, unlimited disk space and bandwidth (although in practice resource use is curtailed within reason), multiple IP’s provided at little […]
DotBlock is a VPS hosting service oriented towards high-performance SSD storage servers. In fact, DotBlock exclusively provides SSD hard drives. This means lightning fast storage access but also higher pricing for an amount of space that is relatively small. In this review we will be comparing DotBlock’s features, prices, support, and reviews to other similar […]
Kinsta makes no reservations about the company’s focus. The full name of the organization of Kinsta Managed WordPress Hosting, and that pretty effectively signals most of the ups and downs of Kinsta as a hosting provider. Unless you are very specifically seeking out a service that provides excellent tools and resources for managing a WordPress […]
HostPlay follows a fairly conventional path for a web hosting company. They offer three of the Big Five hosting packages: VPS, Semi-Dedicated and Dedicated (the missing two are Shared and Reseller, although they permit you to use your regular account as a reseller), and they do so at surprisingly competitive prices, given the company’s relatively […]
PlanetHost’s official tagline is “Simple. Reliable. Professional.” and they seem to take the simplicity very seriously. In a number of ways, PlanetHost almost feels like a relic of a previous era in web hosting history. Their web site is (mostly) static HTML/CSS, not clogged up with the mountains and mountains of pointless jQuery that make […]