After experiencing problems with load times and inconsistent up time with my old host I decided to switch hosts. After doing a lot of research I switched to SiteGround. I couldn’t be happier with my decision. Page speeds are now lightning quick and I could not be happier.
I am in the process of writing a full review on my recommended hosts and will share it shortly! Below are some of the hosts I researched in the process of making my switch. Read my SiteGround Review here.
WPbasics has switched hosts to SiteGround. I can honestly say that my experience with them has been great. Tech support was needed a couple of times so I turned to their live chat. I got a customer service representative within 1 minute of starting the live chat. I am very happy with the speed of the page loads. In fact the page load have dropped in half and I now average 2.0 seconds to completely load my home page. I highly recommend SiteGround.
I am in the process of writing a complete post on my transition to Siteground and Read my SiteGround Review here.
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HostGator was founded in 2002 and by 2006 had already passed 200,000 in registered domains. As of 2013, HostGator hosts over 9 million domains. HostGator provides livechat, email, and phone support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. HostGator guarantees 99.9% server uptime and offers a 45 day trial with your money-back if your needs are not met. With this kind of guarantee, they are worth looking at.
DreamHost has been voted Best Web Hosting Service 2 Years in a Row by PCMAG.COM. DreamHost corrently hosts over 1.5 million websites and blogs and have been in business since 1997. DreamHost is currently offering a $5.95/mo + 1 Free Domain special. They offer unlimited storage, unlimited bandwith, unlimited domain hosting, unlimited email accounts, 24/7 support and a 100% uptime guarantee. In addition, you get 97 days to try out their service. If you are not happy and cancel within the first 97 days, you will receive a refund of all your money, minus any domain registration fees.