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The best web hosting service?



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The best web hosting service?

Good evening dear community.

I almost finished my personal website, and I'm looking for a suitable web hosting service.
I know that "bluehost" and "godaddy" received top rating on several websites, but I would still like to hear your opinion and get your recommendation. 

The reason I like "bluehost" and "godaddy" is because they're cheap, have a good support and they do their job quite well.

Can you recommend anything else from the list (screen attached)?

The best web hosting service?

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ajahcuizon

I would go with Godaddy. It is my partner in crime I could say. They are cheap yet offer good and quality services for us. It is really great for those people who are just starting up in this line of business.



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jayjaydimson

Godaddy for me is the best, it's safe and secured and at the same time it has a cheaper price.



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theresajane

I haven't tied GoDaddy yet, actually. But, I'm definitely curious as to how much will it benefit me.



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jpk0007

Well i think that Bluehost is undoubtedly one of the best hosting service for your new Website. although i dont have my own website most of my friends are using Bluehost for there Websites. It is very easy to use and is also very cheap as compared to some of the other hosting services that are available. Bluehost is very popular and is recommended by many people online. Apart fromt the hosting services mentioned above . i have heard about a hosting company called Hostgator which also provides hosting services at reasonable costs.



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Alymae

Bluehost is also the recommended hosting service from friends and my research. It is considered to be affordable and works well. I am also looking for a hosting service for my blog in the future. I will probably go with bluehost.



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Jelineex

I learned something from your comment about Bluehost. Another, web hosting service that is cheaper and easy to use. I will try to let my friends know about this since they are going to make a website. They're are soliciting some advice for a cheaper service. Hostgator, was also recommend from my friends but it seems other group of friends don't like it.



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theresajane

I've actually checked some reviews regarding GoDaddy online and so far, there are a lot of positive feedbacks. They also want to recommend others to use it.



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Kakashi2020

For the cheapest hosting service none can beat Hostinger which is priced at less than $1. But if it's reliability and value for money then Blue Host is the best at $2.75 per month minimum.



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Youngshark

Which one is this coz it seems new to me. Nonetheless, I will check it out and see whether I can have something done for my business.



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amelia88

Both of those prices are pretty reasonable IMO - hadn’t heard of hostinger before but I’ll have to look into them.



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Youngshark

True true. Upon reviewing them it appears like they are just too overpriced. It would be better to get a wholesome and average priced package.



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theresajane

It's my first time hearing about Hostinger. By the way, let me just say this, I was shocked to hear that the price is less than a dollar.



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Jeane

$1 a month isn't bad.

Do they they severely limit bandwidth usage? If they don't then I suppose hostinger's one month hosting package would be great for new blogs that don't get much traffic yet.



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reyubskrelcoes

I use GoDaddy. I haven't tried the others you've listed. If you decide to go with something else please share your experience.

I would also suggest you look into GitLab Pages. Alot of people use it for personal websites. It's FREE. Just keep in mind: your email address will be public (there is no way to avoid this), you must use git to upload your site, and your website must be static (meaning you can use HTML, Javascript, CSS, etc. However, you cannot use PHP, or other server side languages).



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amelia88

Wow, nothing is better than free! I think I would just create a brand new disposable email address if one of the requirements was that my email address would be public. I’ll look into it some more but thanks for the heads up!



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Franzel2oo

Hostgator for me. Their per month rates are quite reasonable. You should check them out to see if their offers will benefit you. At the end of the day, you know best what exactly it is that you need in any web hosting service.



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Jelineex

I heard of Hostgator as one of a good web hosting services. Thou, I haven't used nor oriented with it but my friends love it's service. But, my friends site didn't last for good. They have issues with their software programs.



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amelia88

GoDaddy is the one I know the most about, and based on reputation I'd probably go with them if I was creating another site myself. Bluehost also seem like a real up and comer and have a pretty good rep as well.



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gutzman

Well bluehost and GoDaddy already earned their reputations. Either of the two will be a very effective way to host your website. Instead of looking for some other web hosting services which you are not familiar of, better yet you choose which is already tested by other users. That way, you'll be sure that everything you invest is worth it. When you get the hang of it and had a thorough research on each, I think that's the time you could choose by your own for a different one.



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overcast

I am hosted with Hawkhost and it seems like a good service. And they seem to be offering free SSL and also support Node JS. So the service seems to be good in many ways. I seem to be having their few of the plans for December if possible. I love their service for SSL service that they are offering.



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Bravosi

Thanks everyone for the responses.
Judging by the comments, many people concur that the Bluehost and Godaddy are excellent, but I'll go with GoDaddy as it's personally more superior for me, because it seems more newbie friendly.



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overcast

Avoid EIG based hosting companies. Google for "EIG Hosts". And no matter how popular they may sound please avoid them because your money will be wasted. Because in such case you can see that hosting often has it's own set of the issues there so better to think of proper host that can solve the issue and not increase more issues.



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Judas2018

From the list you provided, I would choose GoDaddy or Hostgator.



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kaushikangara

Go for GoDaddy. It is a very popular brand and it also offers very good discounts on hosting services. Also, there are other benefits for frequent members. You must try them once and I am sure you will not be disappointed. My friends have used their services. Try their yearly pack, its the most beneficial both financially and also gives more space.



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HappyLady

I have tried a fair few of them over the years and think what works is what works for you. I need the templates, so the situation is different, however I think Godaddy is probably the most stable company. I would think any are fine if you have created your own site as the main difficulty with any of these hosts will be the ease with which those of us who cannot can use them to create the website itself. Godaddy was fine for the domain when I used it. They seem to have some good deals.



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Corzhens

I have to admit that I have concrete plans of creating my own website before the year ends and I am also scouting for a good domain name and web hosting services. For the domain name, I still have to check if my choices are still available. With the hosting service, perhaps I should check on the package of GoDaddy because it looks like a big company with tv commercials here.



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knnon

Free or paid, that is the question? As with everything else you get for what you pay for and sites are no exceptions. Everyone's already mentioned GoDaddy, you can try Weebly or even Wix. But as for the best I think the best is a paid one I'm not sure of the name.



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amosgwapo

I’ve been a paying customer for BlueHost for the last 37 months. During that time, I’ve monitored their performance – average load time and uptime.
This review relies strongly on data, such as uptime, load time (speed) and customer support experience.



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lokesh91

GoDaddy is the cheapest web hosting package. This provider offers free backup and restore, free Microsoft Office 365 Business Email for one year, an uptime guarantee. Its having ability to increase hosting capacity on demand.



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Gebess

In principle, the first and second are good. But there are other options. What parameters do you need? If you know some of them, then I advise you to refer to this page https://hostings.info/hostings/filter_page . It will be enough to enter several parameters and you will receive the entire list of available hosting sites, and there you will be able to compare and select the appropriate one by price, rating or reviews.



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