“We have been a paying customer for DreamHost since April 2017.
We are monitoring DreamHost’s shared hosting servers for Uptime and Performance through our website hostingpill-dh.website.
This review of DreamHost is based on actual testing done on their servers.”
Ah, DreamHost. Of all the companies we’ve looked at, DreamHost is certainly one of the most recognizable.
Having purportedly serviced 1.5 million websites, DreamHost is up there with the other major players in the hosting game.
Another reason it’s such a major player, and viewed so credibly, is its history: DreamHost has been running since 1997, which might as well be a few decades in internet years.
So you’ve been looking into your next potential hosting platform. Maybe you have no idea where to start, or maybe you’re already thinking of specific companies and specific plans.
We’re here to help you figure out what different companies can offer you, and right now I’m about to tell you how DreamHost performs based on my own experience with them.
Does DreamHost’s reputation far outweigh its performance?
Or are things pretty aligned?
Keep reading to find out!