godaddy vs hostgator

GoDaddy vs. HostGator: Which is Best? (Neither Are Good In 2018)

GoDaddy is by far the most successful hosting company in North America (based on market share), largely thanks to its being one of the only hosting companies airing commercials on TV. Almost every inexperienced user goes to GoDaddy to buy their domain name. Many also host through GoDaddy without realizing there are other options. HostGator is huge too. GoDaddy is an excellent place to buy domains, but it’s not so …

siteground vs dreamhost

SiteGround vs. DreamHost: I Dreamed One Of These Was Better

DreamHost and SiteGround are two premier Web hosts that both offer shared hosting along with a variety of other hosting types. When it comes to most reviews, one host easily dominates the other because it offers better overall services. However, the distinction is a little harder here because both companies seem to focus on different areas of hosting excellence. SiteGround is completely dedicated to customer experience and fast loading times. They offer 24/7 customer support with …

weebly vs wix

Weebly vs. Wix: Best Site Builders Compare (Templates, Support & Customization)

There are several website builders around, but none are as popular as Weebly and Wix. Both of these offer feature-rich builders that can create professional-looking pages, and both are around the same price point of $5 to $25 a month for their regular paid plans. However, there are numerous differences here that can help you determine which is better for you. We will cover the differences in more detail below, but in general, …

a2 hosting vs siteground

A2 Hosting vs. SiteGround: I Like Both, But One Has The Edge

Today we’re going to compare A2 Hosting and SiteGround to see which is better for your needs. Both have very different approaches to marketing and conducting themselves, and to some, it might seem like A2 Hosting has the upper hand, especially when they scream about their TURBO service that “promises” 20X faster service. However, let’s dig into these companies and show you what they really offer. SiteGround has been noted by many reviewers and …

siteground vs inmotion

SiteGround vs. InMotion Hosting: Looking at Reliability, Speed & Customer Support

Like many shared hosts, SiteGround and InMotion seem almost the same when you just look on the outside. The pricing is fairly similar, with SiteGround being a little less expensive with the initial plan, and their overall benefits sound nearly identical. They both offer 24/7 customer support, provide you with unlimited bandwidth and have scripts to install your favorite CMS, like WordPress or Joomla. However, things aren’t that simple. Once you actually dig into the two you’ll …

siteground vs hostgator

SiteGround vs. HostGator (i.e. The EIG Hosting Providers): Not A Fair Fight

Looking for the best WordPress hosting service? You’ve come to the right place. First, let me give you some background. I used to review web hosting companies (Reviewpon.com) for a living and know a ton about the industry, including its shady side. I’ve tried over 30 different web hosts, so let’s cover some things quickly: Web hosting companies give huge affiliate payouts to people who refer their services. Why’s this …

flywheel vs wpengine

Flywheel vs. WP Engine: Two WordPress Powerhouses [2018]

Flywheel Grade: B- Try Now Love Flywheel doesn’t mess around with “unlimited” marketing. They tell you upfront how many visitors you’re allowed per month. They have a smaller entry level package than WP Engine (for 5,000 visitors). This is great if you have a low traffic site but still want a premium host. They do free migrations. It takes a full day for them to move your site over, but …

siteground vs bluehost

SiteGround vs. Bluehost: A Web Hosting Decision Made Easy [2018]

You’re on this page because you typed “SiteGround vs. Bluehost” into a Google Search. TL; DR: Bluehost and SiteGround appear to be similar and both include cPanel, but SiteGround is better than Bluehost in every way. Want to know more about how I reached this conclusion? Let’s go! I used to be a professional reviewer of web hosting services. I got frustrated with the industry because a company called Endurance International Group (EIG) kept …