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SiteGround Vs Bluehost (2019): ‘6 Tests’ and Facebook Poll Result

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Chris Wagner

“We have been a paying customer for both SiteGround and BlueHost.

We are monitoring both shared hosting’s servers for Uptime and Performance through our website hostingpill-sg.website and hostingpill-bh.website.

This Comparision of SiteGround vs BlueHost is based on actual testing done on their servers.”

Comparison updated: May 2019

If you’ve been looking into shared web hosting, there are two names you’ve almost definitely come across.

SiteGround and Bluehost are two of the POWERHOUSES in the world of consumer hosting.

I mean, THIS is how many sites use Bluehost:

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Wix vs Godaddy – Which One Is “Actually” Better? (2019 Review)

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Over the past few years, website building has undergone considerable changes. Most website builders consciously focus on providing versatile services and at the same time make it easy to build creative websites.

Wix and GoDaddy, both are brands which provide website builders of their own. Both being well-known brands are equally spread across the market.

Needless to mention, both Wix and GoDaddy provide some versatile website building options. However, if it boils down to just one option, then which of this is better?

Before that a brief about Wix and GoDaddy.

Wix, popular for its freemium model was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

GoDaddy was first formed in 1997 and has its headquarters in Scottsdale, Arizona, US. Both these platforms provide hosting as well as website building capabilities.

Here I would take you through Wix and GoDaddy to compare every aspect around it.

First, let me start this by comparing the most important parameter which is their uptime.

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Wix vs Weebly: Head-to-Head Comparison (5 Differences Compared)

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Wix and Weebly are very special to me. A long time ago, when I was just a wee lad, I thought making websites was the coolest thing anyone could do (what’s changed?).

Of course, the first thing I would look up was how to create a website for free—which is still a relevant topic I care about.

And so I created my first websites using Weebly, Wix, and Blogger. As a younger guy, Weebly and Wix really caught my eye—they were flashy, had lots of fun widgets, and let you create just about anything you wanted.

Over the years, Weebly and Wix have grown tremendously. They’ve increased their features since being founded in 2006, have ecommerce and blogging functionalities, and have redesigned their user interface multiple times.

By this point, these two are by far among the most popular website builders around.

Wix may be the bigger brother, with over 110 million active users at the last count. Weebly is no runt though, supporting over 50 million active sites.

I truly consider them brothers, by the way. They have remarkably similar pricing, features, user interfaces, and core focuses.

They both start with the letter W and are popular for letting users make free accounts that can publish under the companies’ subdomains.

But that’s the thing—brothers, not identical twins. They’re not the same, they’re similar, and that means they will have different strengths and weaknesses. The question is therefore begged: who’s better?

Let’s find out.

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DreamHost Vs BlueHost Comparison – FACTS Based on Our Experience

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DreamHost and Bluehost are some of the biggest and most well-respected names in the world of hosting. Bluehost might be the giant here: around since 2003, it supports over 2 million websites, easily making it one of the world’s biggest hosting companies.

DreamHost is no slouch, and in fact is the older brother of the two (if not the “bigger” one): DreamHost was founded in 1996 and supports over 1.5 million websites with some 400,000+ customers in over 100 countries.

Clearly, at this point a simple number comparison won’t do the trick. DreamHost and Bluehost are hosting companies of comparable size, reputation, and popularity.

So which one is better?

Naturally, no solution is perfect for everyone, and different companies may excel in different areas. In this comparison, I’ll discuss the strengths and weaknesses of these top-tier hosts in relation to each other, with a particular focus on shared hosting due to its popularity.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s get to it!

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Bluehost vs HostGator: 5 Tests Based on Our Experience

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Chris Wagner

“We have been a paying customer for both BlueHost and HostGator.

We are monitoring both shared hosting’s servers for Uptime and Performance through our website hostingpill-bh.website & hostingpill-hg.website.

This Comparision of BlueHost vs HostGator is based on actual testing done on their servers.”

It is time for us to witness a clash of the titans.

Bluehost and HostGator are two of the largest and most established hosting companies out there right now.

In a way, the two are related: they’re both subsidiaries of Endurance International Group.

These two brothers, or cousins, together have hosted millions of sites, and are two of EIG’s largest providers.

The truth is, however, Bluehost is an even larger titan—more of a behemoth, up there with GoDaddy in the power of its name and the amount of sites its hosted.

HostGator’s range is in the hundreds of thousands, while Bluehost likely has 2 million or more sites powered on its servers.

Does HostGator live up to its larger rival?

Or maybe the question is this: does Bluehost’s size lead it to overlook certain things, things with HostGator excels in?

These are all excellent questions, and I’m sure you have even more.

If you’ve been looking into what hosting company you want to go with, there’s a fair chance you’ve at least come across these two, if you haven’t put them on your list.

So without further ado, let’s get into our comparison of these two hosting companies!

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BlueHost Vs GreenGeeks – WINNER Based on My Experience

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We’ve previously compared Bluehost to DreamHost and Bluehost came out on top, by a significant margin. Now, it’s time to see if GreenGeeks is a better hosting provider than Bluehost.

I will compare the shared hosting products of both GreenGeeks and Bluehost. The testing categories will be:

  • Feature set – Do they offer everything you expect?
  • Performance – Will the website load in time?
  • Support – Are they friendly, fast and willing to help?
  • Ease of use – Does it just work with no messin’ around?

For each category, I’ll summarise what each company offers, where possible I’ll bring raw data in.

After I’ve compared, I’ll then assign a winner to each one. I’m an experienced web developer/consultant with experience of dozens of different web hosts, I know what features are worth having and which ones are just hot air.

It’s time to get started.

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SiteGround vs Godaddy Comparison 2019: My Experience

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Chris Wagner

“I have been a paying customer for both SiteGround and Godaddy.

I am monitoring both shared hosting’s servers for Uptime and Performance through my website hostingpill-gd.website and hostingpill-sg.website.

This Comparision of SiteGround vs GoDaddy is based on actual testing done on their servers.”

SiteGround, as well as GoDaddy both, are well-known brand names in the web hosting industry.

Both of these platforms are used by many and have a list of features to their credit.

Which one to choose is just a difficult thing to conclude, especially if you do not get a comparative analysis of these two platforms.

While choosing a web hosting platform, there are several points which needs to be considered. It’s never easy to choose one.

Through this post, I will provide a comparative study of SiteGround and GoDaddy.siteground vs godaddy

I will discuss more in details about their pros and cons.

This will help you decide which platform would work best for you.

First, let me give a brief overview of both these hosting platforms.

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Wix vs WordPress: Our Experience by making a Site on Wix & WordPress

Reading Time: 9 min read

Chris Wagner

“We have built test website to monitor Uptime.

We are monitoring both Uptime and Performance through our website chrisw51.wixsite.com/hpsite and pillhwp.wordpress.com/.

This Comparision of Wix vs WordPress is based on actual testing done on their servers.”

So, it’s come to this. I can’t overstate the popularity of Wix and WordPress.com: both are extremely popular content management systems (CMS).

The former is known for being a major pioneer and force in easy website building. The latter is known for being the go-to website builder for many blogs, though “ordinary” websites also use it frequently.

Note: technically, there are two types of WordPress. The first is WordPress.org, which is a free and open source software for content management. Using WordPress.org requires more stuff on your end, namely getting hosting and getting a domain name from different parties.

The second is WordPress.com: this is a commercial version of WordPress that looks very similar but works more like a paid CMS. WordPress.com is a one-stop-shop, meaning paying for it includes hosting and domain names (like Wix).

In this review, I’ll be talking about WordPress.com, and I’ll be referring to it just as WordPress.

In any case, these two really are giants. Wix claims to have had 110 million users in 2017. WordPress is frequently said to power 32% of websites on the internet (meaning both WordPress.com and WordPress.org), but figures for WordPress.com specifically are harder to come by. One estimate is that 37 million sites use WordPress.com.

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1&1 IONOS vs. Godaddy: 6 Tests Based on My Experience

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1and1-vs-godaddy 2018When it comes to choosing any one of these two options for web hosting, it is hard to decide which one excels over the other.  Let us step by step walk through the different feature comparison of these hosting companies.

1&1 IONOS is predominantly a web hosting company which was launched in 1988, with its headquarters in Montabaur, Germany.

It is one of the largest web hosting companies and has offices across 10 countries. It provides a wide range of hosting services with great performance.

Godaddy is an American public domain registrar and web hosting company. It was first launched in 1997 and is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, US. It has approximately 17 million customers worldwide.

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Bluehost Vs. InMotion Hosting Comparison

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Comparison updated: September 2018

Today I will walk you through a comparative analysis of two big hosting platforms- Bluehost and Inmotion. Both of these are well-known hosting platforms.

Bluehost has its headquarters in Provo, Utah, USA and is considered to be one of the 20 largest hosting platforms. This comes from the fact that it is part of the Endurance International Group which collectively hosts more than 2 million domains.

Inmotion hosting is yet another large hosting companies and is on the market since 2001. This again is a stable hosting platform and provides a wide array of the feature list.

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Bluehost vs GoDaddy — “6 Tests” Based on My Experience

Reading Time: 11 min read

Chris Wagner

“I have been a paying customer for BlueHost and Godaddy.

I am monitoring both shared hosting’s servers for Uptime and Performance through my website hostingpill-bh.website and hostingpill-gd.website.

This Comparision of BlueHost vs Godaddy is based on actual testing done on their servers.”

Comparison updated: April 2019

If you’re looking into hosting, you will certainly have heard of these two names.

Bluehost and GoDaddy are two of the biggest hosting providers out there, so big that they’ll come up on almost every major list of the best hosting options.

How on earth is it possible to choose, then?

GoDaddy is probably the better-known provider of the two, but does that mean it’s better?

Bluehost’s front page gives a starting price of $2.95 a month, and GoDaddy gives a starting price of $2.99 a month, but is the price difference noteworthy?

Or, does Bluehost’s increased price mean it’s delivering better service?

Ultimately the choice is yours, and while it can be tough to pick, we’ll help you get there.

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NameCheap vs. Godaddy: 7 Minutes to know which one is better in 2019

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So you have planned to launch your own website? That’s great. Something very basic you would need is a domain. And yes a domain registrar to start with.

To start with, let me briefly tell you what exactly is domain registration. Domain name registration is the process of reserving a name on the Internet for a specific period of time, such as one year.

The domain remains with you, so long as you renew it. There is no way to purchase a domain name forever.

A domain name gives your website a unique, recognizable name. There are several hosting companies which provide domain registration as well along with hosting solutions.

Indeed, choosing the right domain registration service could be a tedious job, unless you are completely aware of the services the companies offer.

I have been using two equally big hosting brands NameCheap and GoDaddy for quite some time.

Based on my experience, I will give you a comparative review of both of their domain registration services.

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HostGator Vs GoDaddy: Comparison Based on Speed, Price & Support

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godaddy_vs_hostgator 2018Web hosting is a funny thing. There are over 1,000 suppliers of what is essentially the same product. This same product that has no visible performance indication.

I can’t think of many other things you would buy without knowing more information. Imagine renting a room in a flat with other people.

Now imagine that you don’t know how many people you are sharing with, how much stuff they have or what kind of business they are in.

This is an in-depth comparison of GoDaddy and Hostgator, I host hundreds of sites for various clients across all sorts of different hosting companies, it’s becoming a nightmare to manage and it’s about time I consolidated everything into one place to save money and effort.

Before making the plunge and choosing a provider I need to compare some of the big guns.

I’m going to be comparing GoDaddy & Hostgator, arguably two of the biggest companies in web hosting, the both boast lots of the same features and seem to have good reviews overall.

Both have been around long enough that they should have well-established support systems, and the community’s behind them who are very familiar with their products and pitfalls.

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