“I have been a paying customer for BlueHost since April 2017.
I am monitoring BlueHost’s shared hosting servers for Uptime and Performance through my website hostingpill-bh.website.
This review of BlueHost is based on actual testing done on their servers.”
This Bluehost Review was revised and updated on April 1, 2019.
Bluehost is REALLY popular, but that doesn’t mean it’s the right host for you. Don’t worry—we’re going to figure that out right now.
Here’s why I can help:
I’ve used it on and off over a long period of time and I’ve been formally testing it since April 2017.
And after getting really friendly with Bluehost, it’s time I share my research with the world—so that no one buys hosting they shouldn’t, and so that no one misses a great opportunity.
Let me set the stage: Bluehost is one of the most well-known web hosting companies in the world. How well-known?
We’re talking about over 2 MILLION websites that get supported by Bluehost—the big leagues.
But is Bluehost too big? I mean, clearly it must be doing something right, but doesn’t a certain size also mean Bluehost could be fooling the crowd? Or maybe Bluehost won’t care for your business as personally as a smaller hosting company?
Plus, Bluehost itself is owned by a larger conglomerate. How do you know an unaccountable major corporation is going to look after you and your business? Your site’s information?
There are some reasons to be concerned with Bluehost. Believe me, I took them to heart when I began testing.
More than half a year later, I’ve come out with some mixed feelings.
Let me show you.