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GreenGeeks Review

GreenGeeks Review

How is Green Geeks different? When you read lots of webhosting reviews, the offers start to run together. Review sites like ours usually skip the crummier companies, so it seems that everybody offers a low price, unlimited bandwidth, cPanel, Google marketing credits and so forth. GreenGeeks.com distinguishes itself by being… Read More

HostGator Review

HostGator Review

HostGator is headquartered in Houston, Texas and hosts approximately 1% of websites worldwide. Since 2002 the company has provided secure hosting with at least 99.9% uptime, earning a respectable reputation with businesses of all sizes. In 2011 HostGator was named the Best Small Business Hosting Provider of the year. No… Read More

Bluehost Review

Bluehost Review

BlueHost is a mainstay in the webhosting industry. Since 1996 this company has provided cheap and reliable hosting for businesses and individuals. Currently it attracts about 20,000 new customers every month yet continues to provide exceptional customer service; telephone wait times average about 30 seconds. For just $4.95/month BlueHost’s Windows… Read More

Arvixe Review

Arvixe Review

Arvixe is a California-based webhosting company. You might not have heard of them before now, but Arvixe web hosting was one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies in 2010 and 2011 and has an all-around admirable reputation. A representative review says, “Arvixe is my sixth hosting provider and easily the best.” Since… Read More

Just Host Review

Just Host Review

Just Host advertises that it’s the last web hosting plan you’ll ever need. Founded in 1996, this company offers fast data transfers and reliable hosting at affordable prices. For as little as $3.75/month you can get: Domain name registration or a free domain name transfer Unlimited storage space Unlimited bandwidth… Read More

FatCow Review

FatCow Review

Our Favorite Green Hosting Company FatCow of Albuquerque, New Mexico is a perennial winner among Linux web hosts. This web hosting company is cheap, reliable, feature-rich and Earth-friendly. For about $5/month you’ll get a domain name, virtually unlimited storage and bandwidth, tons of site templates and unlimited email boxes “for… Read More

iPage Review

iPage Review

Founded in 1998, iPage is a webhosting veteran that makes websites easy to build and manage. No experience building websites is needed, and if you ever need help, the wait time on the phone won’t be more than two minutes. The many perks make a cheap subscription with iPage quickly… Read More

HostMonster Review

HostMonster Review

HostMonster is one of our favorite cheap web hosts providing unlimited bandwidth and file storage. As one of the orginals from 1996 it’s stood the test of time. With HostMonster you can expect the industry’s maximum guaranteed uptime of 99.9%, secure automatic backups, easy cPanel controls, and excellent toll-free customer… Read More

1and1 Review

1and1 Review

1&1 makes our list of top ten cheap web hosts and stands out for making ecommerce web design easy. Shared hosting for both Linux and Windows plans are available. During special promotions the Unlimited plans for both platforms cost just $3.99 a month for the first year. A domain with… Read More

GoDaddy Review

GoDaddy Review

GoDaddy webhosting catches attention for its Super Bowl sponsorships and for its spokespeople, particularly the Go Daddy “Girls” – grown women like Danica Patrick and Vanessa Rousso who combine good looks with stellar abilities in race car driving, poker and other exciting fields.  Beyond the hype though, GoDaddy gets attention… Read More

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