Bluehost la GoDaddy - “Awọn idanwo 6” Da lori Imọlẹ mi

Chris WagnerDecember 18, 2019

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

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

Iparapọ yii ti BlueHost la Godaddy da lori idanwo gangan ti a ṣe lori awọn olupin wọn. ”

Comparison updated: Oct 17, 2020

Bluehost vs Godaddy is one of the classic comparisons ever done in Hosting industry.

Bluehost and GoDaddy are two of the biggest hosting providers out there, so big that they’ll come upon almost every major list of the awọn aṣayan alejo gbigba to dara julọ.

Bawo ni ile aye ṣe ṣee ṣe lati yan, lẹhinna?

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

GoDaddy’s hosting pricing is also infamous for being less-than-clear, but is that really true?

Web hosting with GoDaddy seems generous in resources, but are there hidden limitations?

BluehostOju iwaju iwaju n fun a starting price of $2.95 a month, and GoDaddy offers a starting price of $5.99 a month, but is the price difference noteworthy?

Choosing the best hosting provider is tough, let alone the best hosting plan…even more so its two industry titans, Bluehost vs. GoDaddy.

Ni ipari yiyan naa jẹ tirẹ, ati nigba ti o le jẹ alakikanju lati mu, a yoo ran ọ lọwọ lati lọ sibẹ.

Atọka akoonu

Lọ lati wo idanwo kan pato nipa tẹ awọn ọna asopọ wọnyi

  1. Ibo ni Facebook
  2. Ifiwele Ifowoleri
  3. Idiwon Awọn ẹya
  4. Ifiweranṣẹ Atilẹyin Onibara
  5. Ease ti Lo
  6. Aabo ati Gbẹkẹle
  7. idajo

1. Bluehost vs Godaddy - Iboju Facebook: Idajọ

I have conducted a poll on Facebook asking people to choose between Bluehost vs GoDaddy.

Bluehost_iku_Godaddy_facebook_poll

Bayi, jẹ ki a wa si aaye atẹle ti ifẹ julọ ti iwọ yoo ni — idiyele naa!

2. Bluehost vs Godaddy: Who has better pricing?

Bluehost vs Godaddy GoDaddy BlueHost
eto aje ipilẹ
Iye / mo. $ 5.99 $ 2.95
da 1997 2003
Sites Hosted 13 million
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Services over
2 million
Wẹẹbù 1 1
disk Space 100GB 50GB SSD
bandiwidi Unmetered Unmetered
Awọn ibugbe Addon Aaye ayelujara 1 Kolopin
MySQL Databases 10 × 1 GB Kolopin
Awọn Afẹyinti Laifọwọyi - -
Live Wiregbe Bẹẹni Bẹẹni
Iwọn igbanilaaye Apapọ ti o dara julọ? 100% 99.94%
Awọn iroyin imeeli ọfẹ Free Microsoft Office 365
Imeeli Ipolowo
5
1 Click WordPress
fifi sori
Bẹẹni Bẹẹni
onibara Support 24 / 7 / 365 24 / 7 / 365
Iṣẹ onibara 040 4918 7600 00 1 801-765-9400
Integrated Comtrol Panel cPanel
WHM for Linux
Plesk for Windows
cPanel
WHM for Linux
1-Click Shopping
Cart Installation
Bẹẹni Bẹẹni
Moeny Back
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- 30 ọjọ

Nitorinaa, bawo ni idiyele ṣe wó lulẹ laarin awọn titani meji wọnyi?

Bii gbogbo awọn olupese alejo gbigba pataki, ọpọlọpọ awọn iru alejo gbigba wa.

Alejo oju-iwe ayelujara alejo gbigba jẹ igbagbogbo iru alejo gbigba ti o rọrun julọ ati olokiki julọ, pẹlu awọn aṣayan ti o gbowolori diẹ igbagbogbo jẹ alejo gbigba awọsanma, olupin ikọkọ aladani (VPS) alejo gbigba, ati olupin olupin igbẹhin.

For most people Googling around for basic information on all this—beginners and smaller users—shared hosting plans are the most accessible.

They’re available for relatively low prices while offering enough features for solid customer satisfaction.

Akọsilẹ kika: Ọpọlọpọ awọn idiyele wọnyi jẹ ọdun akọkọ ti iṣẹ rẹ.

If you want a really in-depth look at Bluehost’s pricing, you can check out my analysis here. But otherwise let’s see the overview:

Awọn idiyele akojọ si fun awọn mejeeji Bluehost’s and GoDaddy’s shared web hosting packages are discounts for the first year of service, but jinde ni pataki lẹhin ọdun akọkọ.

So for the price of shared web plans on Bluehost versus GoDaddy, Bluehost is generally a few bucks cheaper.

Ọtun kuro ninu bat: Bluehost’s shared hosting plans start at $2.95 a month for the “basic” plan. For the second tier of shared hosting, “Plus,” you’d pay $4.95 a month, and for “Choice Plus” you pay $5.95 thanks to a current discount.

However, both Plus and Choice Plus have the same renewal price.

bluehost eto

Ni ikẹhin, ipele “Go PRO” yoo bẹrẹ ni $ 13.95 ni oṣu kan.

In contrast, GoDaddy’s first tier is called “Economy,” and comes in a bit pricier at $5.99 a month. “Deluxe,” is also a slightly pricier, coming in at $7.99 a month, and “Ultimate” costs $12.99 a month. A fourth tier, called “Maximum,” would cost $19.99 a month.
Godaddy Alejo Awọn ipinnu pínpín

To be clear: these are the “regular” tiers of shared web hosting. GoDaddy has a separate set of pricing tiers for its “Business Hosting” package: this is essentially a simplified VPS package. GoDaddy also has straightforward VPS options.

Ni ifiwera, Bluehost just has VPS and shared hosting.

Alejo Iṣowo ti GoDaddy bẹrẹ ni $ 19.99 pẹlu ipele “ifilọlẹ”, o tẹsiwaju lati “Faagun” fun $ 59.99.
Godaddy Eto Awọn alejo gbigba Iṣowo

While GoDaddy’s “Business” plans have four tiers, Bluehost ni awọn mẹta (ni lokan pe eyi ni taara VPS alejo gbigba). Sibẹsibẹ, wọn ni sakani kanna: “Standard” n lọ fun $ 18.99 ati “Gbẹhin” lọ fun $ 59.99.

The thing is, while GoDaddy’s Business Hosting is like a more basic VPS, they also have VPS hosting.

The VPS hosting price GoDaddy lists has a large range: from $4.99 to $69.99 a month for standard RAM, and $9.99 to $99.99 a month for higher RAM plans.

Ni ipari, alejo gbigba iyasọtọ wa. Eyi jẹ ọkan ninu awọn aṣayan to ṣe pataki julọ ti o le lọ fun, nitorinaa iwọ yoo ni awọn aini aini ti o ba n wa eyi.

GoDaddy’s dedicated servers starts at $129.99 and end at $399.99 between four tiers for HDD storage servers, and $139.99 to $419.99 for SSD servers

Bluehost’s dedicated servers start at $79.99 and end at $119.99 between three tiers.

Bluehost and GoDaddy also have WordPress hosting. Bluehost has two types of WordPress hosting:

Fully managed WordPress hosting which is $19.95 to $49.95 per month, and shared web hosting that’s WordPress-friendly at the same price as Bluehost’s regular web hosting.

GoDaddy also has two types of WordPress hosting: managed is $24.99 to $169.99 per month and self-managed is $6.99 to $15.99.

Ti o ni ọpọlọpọ awọn idiyele, nitorinaa jẹ ki a ṣe akopọ: Bluehost ati GoDaddy mejeji ti ṣe alabapin alejo gbigba wẹẹbu, botilẹjẹpe GoDaddy pe o pe alejo gbigba wẹẹbu lori aaye rẹ.

They also both have Virtual Private Server, and dedicated server options.

As you can see, they have overall the same prices. However, GoDaddy tends to have more options–specifically for higher-end plans. And GoDaddy’s range starts higher.

But it’s important to note that upon renewal, the prices even out further. For example:

Bluehost’s dedicated plans renew at a higher cost than the initial term. GoDaddy’s start higher, but have the same price upon renewal. The same is true for their VPS plans.

So for high-end solutions, Bluehost seems cheaper at first vs GoDaddy, but in the long run they’re pretty similar.

The exception: GoDaddy’s “business” hosting plans are about the same as Bluehost’s VPS plans including renewal. And for just shared web hosting, the renewal prices are similar, too.

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Pricing Verdict

Bluehost offers you a 30-day money back guarantee for each product. If you don’t like what you got—even if it’s a dedicated server—you can get your money back after trying it.

Ni ifiwera, GoDaddy nikan fun ọ ni idanwo ọfẹ fun ẹniti o kọ aaye ayelujara rẹ. O kan awọn aaye ayelujara Akole.

A Atunwo owo pada is a whole lot more valuable considering the prices aren’t that different, to begin with.

3. Bluehost vs Godaddy: Who fares better in features?

Ti o ba ka abala ti o kẹhin, o le ti ronu si ararẹ, “iyẹn gaan, ṣugbọn kini aye awọn idiyele naa?”

As in, what are you getting for the hosting prices GoDaddy and Bluehost pese?

Bi o ṣe le ṣe amoro, nkan ti o ṣe alaye gbogbo ẹya fun gbogbo eto idiyele yoo jẹ ipari gigun (tabi sunmọ).

Nitorinaa, Emi yoo okeene yoo wo alejo gbigba pinpin - awọn aṣayan ti o gbajumọ julọ julọ, nitori pe o jẹ ohun ti o le ṣee wo julọ.

O le wo Atokọ kikun ti GoDaddy ti awọn ẹya nibi, Ati Bluehostatokọ ni kikun nibi.

Akọkọ soke: Bluehost. Ti o ba gba iwe Akọbẹrẹ fun $ 2.95 oṣu kan, o gba ọ laaye si oju opo wẹẹbu kan. Ni ifiwera, Plus, Yiyan Plus, ati Prime gbogbo wọn ni awọn aaye ti ko ni opin. O tun gba 50GB ti ibi ipamọ SSD fun Ipilẹ ati ibi ipamọ SSD ti ko ni iṣiro fun Plus ati loke.

awọn ẹya ara ẹrọ buluu

Bandiwidi jẹ aibikita (o dara pe wọn ko sọ Kolopin) fun gbogbo awọn alẹmọ, but you only get 5 parked domains and 25 subdomains for Basic, as well as only 100MB of storage per email account with a maximum of 5 accounts permitted (all of these are unlimited for the rest of the tiers).

fun Package GoDaddy's Economy ni $ 5.99 ni oṣu kan, iwọ bakanna ni o gba oju opo wẹẹbu kan, ṣugbọn lemeji bii ibi ipamọ pupọ ati bandwidth ti a ko mọ. Fun awọn ero Dilosii si oke (ranti Deluxe jẹ $ 7.99 ni akawe si Bluehost$ 5.45 fun Plus) o gba awọn oju opo wẹẹbu ti ko ni opin ati ibi ipamọ ailopin.
GodaddyAwọn ẹya ara ẹrọ

Bi pẹlu BluehostEto ipilẹ Ipilẹ, Eto eto-aje GoDaddy gba laaye awọn subdomain 25.

Ohun gbogbo ti oke ti iyẹn ni awọn subdomains ailopin. Ni ipari, mejeeji GoDaddy ati Bluehost ni irọrun pẹlu orukọ ašẹ ọfẹ pẹlu rira rẹ.

Nigba mejeji Bluehost ati GoDaddy fun ọ ni awọn iroyin imeeli pẹlu awọn apoti alejo gbigba rẹ, Bluehost nikan nfunni 100MB ti ipamọ fun akọọlẹ kan fun Akọbẹrẹ ati awọn iroyin imeeli 5-fun apapọ 500MB.

GoDaddy nfunni 5GB fun Aje, ẹgan Bluehost.

Lehin igbati o ti sọ bẹ, GoDaddy's 5GB tẹsiwaju jakejado gbogbo awọn ipele, nibe Bluehost laaye fun ibi ipamọ ailopin ti o ba ṣe igbesoke, ati GoDaddy nikan fun apoti leta ọfẹ kan.

Plus, GoDaddy’s email is only included free for the first year, and after that first year it renews at cost. This is not the case for Bluehost's.

So while GoDaddy’s included email is much more competitive for the first term and the entry level plan, Bluehost’s email is more cost-effective long term and for any higher tiers.

Here’s something else to consider: Bluehost nfun ọ ni iwe-ẹri SSL ọfẹ lati ọdọ rẹ Eto ipilẹ ni oke.

GoDaddy offers an SSL certificate only for its Ultimate and Maximum plans.
Godaddy SSL

Ijẹrisi SSL kan ni ohun ti o rii daju pe awọn alejo rẹ — awọn alabara rẹ, lootọ — lero ni aabo lori aaye rẹ.

Ti o ba ti o ba wa ni ta ohunkohun on your site, you’d better get an SSL certificate somehow…it’s crucial.

If you aren’t processing transactions or sensitive information, an SSL certificate may be less essential. BUT, if your site lacks SSL, visitors’ browsers may warn them of poor security and search engines will deprioritize your site.

So it’s less essential, but still pretty dang important. By now, just about every hosting company offers SSL for free with their plans. It’s standard fare for any current web host.

ati Bluehost jẹ ki o rọrun pupọ lati gba ọkan, nipa pẹlu ninu rẹ $ 2.95 fun package oṣu kan.

GoDaddy gives it free for the first year only, and only for the higher two tiers. After a year it renews at about $79.99.

Lastly, there is a more notable difference in features when it comes to WordPress hosting. As I’ve said early, both our competitors offer managed and self-managed shared WordPress plans.

Both of them have well-featured managed WordPress.

But for the shared web hosting WordPress plans, GoDaddy offers more features, including free WordPress plugins that are valuable.

Ti a ba tun wo lo, Bluehost’s WordPress plans are cheaper, and Bluehost has the honor of being recommended by WordPress itself.

It’s one of only three hosts recommended by WordPress, including Dreamhost and SiteGround. You can check out how Bluehost stands against SiteGround here and how it compares against Dreamhost here.

So overall? When it’s Bluehost vs GoDaddy on features, I think GoDaddy looks better feature-wise, but only if you’re willing to spend extra on add-ons.

But if you’re going on what you get out of the box, included for free and by default, Bluehost wins easily. Any given Bluehost hosting plan has a good amount of value packed into it.

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Features Verdict

But, keep reading because there’s quite a bit more under consideration!

4. Bluehost vs Godaddy: Whose customer support is best?

Atilẹyin alabara to lagbara jẹ pataki fun eyikeyi olupese alejo gbigba, ṣugbọn ni pataki fun awọn meji wọnyi.

Bii wọn ti tobi to, wọn gbọdọ pade ẹru ti atilẹyin ipilẹ nla ti awọn alabara ju awọn iru ẹrọ miiran lọ. Nitorina bawo ni wọn ṣe ṣe akopọ?

Like most hosts, there are quite a few resources at the disposal of the customer.

Ni akọkọ, awọn iwe lori aaye ati awọn orisun eto ẹkọ.

Secondly, there are representatives designated for helping customers with specific issues or adding a human touch.

Awọn iṣafihan igbagbogbo jẹ ti ipilẹ oye, Awọn ibeere, bawo ni awọn fidio, ati bẹbẹ lọ. Ni igbehin ojo melo ori foonu, imeeli, ati atilẹyin iwiregbe ifiwe.

Bluehost mu ki atilẹyin alabara rẹ ṣe alaye gan-an.

Ni isalẹ gbogbo oju-iwe, akojọ aṣayan kekere wa pẹlu awọn orisun aaye akọkọ: atilẹyin n ni apakan tirẹ, pẹlu awọn ọna asopọ kiakia si iwiregbe, awọn ami, ipilẹ oye, ati awọn oju-iwe ipo awọn ọna.

Tiketi / eto tikẹti jẹ atilẹyin imeeli ni pataki: o dabi ẹni ti o tọ taara ati agbara to.

Laini atilẹyin foonu wọn kii ṣe lẹsẹkẹsẹ, da lori oju-iwe ti o wa, ṣugbọn wọn ni ọkan. Oju-iwe yii ṣe akojọ awọn nọmba foonu oriṣiriṣi fun oriṣiriṣi awọn ibeere ti awọn ibeere.

Ni ipari, ipilẹ oye wọn - eyiti wọn pe ni Ile-iṣẹ Iranlọwọ — o wa ni wiwọle ati okeerẹ.

Mo ti ri BluehostIwiregbe ifiwe lati jẹ idahun ti gbogbo eniyan. Akiyesi: awọn akoko ni igun apa osi isalẹ jẹ awọn aaya diẹ si ifiranṣẹ tuntun julọ ninu iwiregbe.
BlueHost iwiregbe 1

Aṣoju “darapọ” iwiregbe naa laarin iṣẹju-aaya ti ibẹrẹ rẹ.
BlueHost iwiregbe 2

Mo lero lẹwa igboya pe atilẹba esi ti daakọ-pasita. Ni kete ti Mo tun ṣe atunṣe ibeere mi, Mo ni esi laarin iṣẹju diẹ.
Bluehost iwiregbe 3

Ni gbogbo ẹ, awọn iṣẹju 2-3 ko ni akoko idaduro iduro buburu — ati pe o dara julọ nitori Mo darapọ mọ iwiregbe laisi lilo akọọlẹ kan, ṣugbọn bi alejo aaye ayelujara deede.

GoDaddy ni diẹ ẹ sii tabi kere si eto awọn orisun bi Bluehost.

Nọmba ti o yara pupọ wa fun atilẹyin foonu ni oke oju-iwe ile wọn, ati oju-iwe iranlọwọ wọn (tun le mọ bi ipilẹ oye wọn) tun rọrun lati wa.

Bi jina bi mo ti le so fun lati pook ni ayika, Ile-iṣẹ iranlọwọ GoDaddy ti wa ni Nhi pẹlu Bluehostàí; idi nikan ti o fi fẹ ọkan fẹ ga ju ekeji lọ ni awọn ohun itọwo ti ara ẹni.

GoDaddy’s live chat function has improved but is still not very reliable. You can easily chat with a rep from a chatbox on every page.

olorun iwiregbe iwiregbe 1

First you’ll interact with a chatbot:
olorun iwiregbe iwiregbe 1
And then you’ll be directed to a representative. But frequently, all the reps will be busy and you’ll have a very long wait time (by live chat standards):

olorun iwiregbe iwiregbe 1
This isn’t the first time GoDaddy’s live chat has been unreachable, or at least very slow.

O dara, Mo wọle lati ṣe idanwo rẹ nipa lilo akọọlẹ aaye ti ara mi, ati pe Mo rii… abajade kanna.

Ni lokan pe GoDaddy ni awọn wakati kan fun lilo iwiregbe iwiregbe (bẹẹni, wọn ni atilẹyin tẹlifoonu 24/7 ṣugbọn kii ṣe atilẹyin iwiregbe 24/7-nọmba rẹ), ṣugbọn pe eyi wa laarin awọn wakati wọnyẹn.
Godaddy iwiregbe 2

Perhaps there’s something up with my browser…but I doubt it because this has never been an issue before, and I talk to people on live chat often.

Mo nireti pe kii ṣe ariyanjiyan, nitorina, ti MO ba fun Bluehost more credit for its chat support.

Ni apapọ, awọn aaye mejeeji ni atilẹyin alabara to bojumu. Ṣugbọn ti Mo ba ni ooto tootọ, atilẹyin GoDaddy ro pe ko ni agbara ati diẹ sii ti ipilẹ, ọna ti ko kere julọ.

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Customer Support Verdict

Bluehost dabi ẹni pe o jẹ oniduuro diẹ sii nipa atilẹyin ipilẹ alabara rẹ. Pẹlu, Bluehost kedere ni o dara iwiregbe iwiregbe.

5. Bluehost vs Godaddy: Which is easy to use?

Iwọn lilo jẹ pataki, ati ni pataki nitorinaa fun awọn olupese alejo gbigba ti o tobi julọ: wọn pọ pupọ nitori wọn n bẹbẹ fun ọpọlọpọ eniyan.

Ni ọna kan, iru yẹn yoo fun ọ ni idahun tẹlẹ: awọn mejeeji rọrun lati lo awọn iṣẹ. Sọ otitọ inu jade, Emi ko ni nkankan diẹ sii lati sọ.

When a web host is easy to use and has a great user experience, there just isn’t much to say—ease of use is something you’ll only really comment on if something is going wrong.

There are the basics to worry about: the actual hosting process, then taking care of domain names, as well as building the website itself, and so on and so on.

sibẹsibẹ, Bluehost ati GoDaddy mejeji jẹ ki eyi rọrun bi o ti le ṣee ṣe; ni o kere julọ, ko ti rọrun pupọ ni eyikeyi iru ẹrọ miiran.

GoDaddy cPanel:

Godaddy cPanel

BlueHost cPanel:

bluehost alejo gbigba cPanel
bluehost cPanel 2

Maṣe gbagbe pe awọn iru ẹrọ wọnyi ni awọn Tutorial, Awọn ibeere FAQ, ati bi o ṣe le ṣe itọsọna ninu awọn ipilẹ oye wọn.

Pupọ ninu awọn ohun elo wọnyi ni a le wọle si laisi akọọlẹ kan, nitorinaa ti o ba fẹ gaan lati ni iriri fun irọrun awọn iṣẹ ti ifosiwewe lilo laisi fiforukọṣilẹ, o le gba awọn ile-iṣẹ iranlọwọ lọwọ.

Lastly, when it’s Bluehost vs GoDaddy on WordPress ease of use, there isn’t a huge difference. Both companies’ WordPress plans make things a lot easier.

sugbon, Bluehost is in general a simpler interface to work with, and has good support dedicated to WordPress, and for that reason may be slightly preferable for easily running WordPress.

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Ease of Use Verdict

Overall, however, I count no noteworthy differences between ease of use for either GoDaddy or Bluehost.

6. Bluehost vs Godaddy: Who is more secure?

Now, let’s talk about security. This is one of the most important things to look for in a hosting company: can they protect your presence online?

The good news is that any major hosting company, like Bluehost or GoDaddy, is usually sufficiently well-established to the point you’re overall safe.

However, we can never be too careful, and solid website protection is essential. With that being said, let’s dive in!

backups are a pretty important feature for hosting services. If God forbid, anything happens and your site goes down, you do not want to lose any work or important changes.

Bluehost only includes automated backups for its two highest tiers. You can pay for add-ons to do this at the lower tier, however.

It’s basically the same for GoDaddy: for real, automated site backups, you need to pay a bit extra for an add-on.

Bluehost tun ni oju-iwe ti o ni wiwọle ti o ṣe iroyin awọn imudojuiwọn nipa awọn gbigbejade olupin. Eyi jẹ nla ti o ba bikita nipa akoyawo (o yẹ ki o).

Wọn tun darukọ ọpa kan ti o ṣe aabo awọn aaye lori olupin apèsè (eyiti bibẹẹkọ le jẹ eewu ju VPS tabi awọn olupin ifiṣootọ).

Awọn ifikun iyan miiran wa ti o tun ṣafikun si rẹ aabo, as I mentioned, such as: aaye iho, Awọn irinṣẹ asiri ašẹ, ati awọn alailẹgbẹ IP.

Nigbati Mo gbiyanju lati wo sinu awọn alaye aabo miiran lori aaye wọn, Emi ko rii eyikeyi. Eyi kii ṣe kanna bi Bluehost ko ni awọn ilana aabo to dara — ṣugbọn aini alaye osise jẹ ibanujẹ.

Ni ida keji, GoDaddy, ni oju-iwe iraye si kan nipa aabo aaye.

Unfortunately, it’s more of an informative/instructive guide for customers, rather than solid documentation of their own safety.

Google Domains vs GoDaddy: Security Verdict

But, while each web host fails to make easily available and accessible pages documenting their security protocols, we still can look at uptime.

7. Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Who performs better?

Uptime jẹ iwulo ẹwa pataki — ni gbogbo rẹ, o fẹ ki oju opo wẹẹbu rẹ pọ bi o ti ṣee ṣe.

From August 2018 to August 2019, GoDaddy had pretty solid uptime. Almost every month had 99.99% uptime or perfect uptime. The lowest was 99.97%.

In the last year, GoDaddy’s performance has been consistent with that, roughly. One day in October 2019 saw some downtime that brought down the yearly average, but the overall score is solid for a year:

godaddy uptime 1 year
And on a monthly basis, it’s closer to 99.97% uptime:
godaddy uptime 3 months
In terms of speed, GoDaddy is pretty good. Since August 2018, GoDaddy’s response times have been in the 400-500ms range.

So speed with GoDaddy isn’t just good, but CONSISTENTLY good.

Bi fun Bluehost, we’ve been testing them since spring 2017. Things were rougher in 2017 but from 2018 to 2019, roughly speaking, uptime for a given month would usually be at least 99.98%, and often perfect.

However, some months would see less-than-ideal scores, meaning below 99.95%.That’s old news though–in terms of recent history, here’s how Bluehost has done for the last year:

bluehost uptime 1 year

It’s really good. Over the course of a year, 99.98% uptime (99.99% if you round up) is nearly perfect.

And any given month during the last year has been about the same–the last three months, for example, are also at 99.98%.

The speeds are poorer than GoDaddy. Since early 2019, our Bluehost test site’s response times have consistently been higher than our GoDaddy’s site.

However, it’s not exactly slow, more like average. And the big picture is that while GoDaddy had better uptime a while ago, the last year has seen Bluehost EASILY beat GoDaddy on uptime.

One feature related to performance: CloudSites.

Awọn ipilẹ CloudSites ṣafihan ẹda ti aaye rẹ ti o ti fipamọ si awọsanma ni iṣẹlẹ ti ikuna olupin kan.

Ti ohun elo ba kuna, awọsanma wa ni lati gba ọ là — ohun kan GoDaddy ko funni, ati nkan ti ko ni aṣoju nipasẹ awọn ikun igba wọnyi.

It includes a CDN (content delivery network) so that your site will always reach visitors quickly. Cloud Sites isn’t free, but an optional add-on that can boost performance.

Ni eyikeyi ọran, o le tẹsiwaju lati ṣe atẹle akoko uptime ti awọn aaye idanwo wa pẹlu GoDaddy nibi ati Bluehost Nibi.

So what’s the big answer on performance for GoDaddy vs Bluehost?

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: Performance Verdict

Ìwò, Emi yoo sọ Bluehost definitely wins on performance. If you’re willing to risk more downtime for speed, GoDaddy could be better.

But for most people, uptime is the top priority, and speed can be improved in other ways anyway…hence, Bluehost wins here.

Bluehost vs Godaddy: Which one is better?

Nitorinaa, kini idajọ naa?

Lati ṣe atunṣe: Bluehost ni o ni slightly cheaper plans ju GoDaddy, ṣugbọn awọn iyatọ ṣọ lati paapaa jade tabi yipada fun diẹ gbowolori tabi awọn aṣayan Ere.

Gẹgẹ bi awọn ẹya ti lọ, wọn jẹ kanna. Sibẹsibẹ, GoDaddy gbogbogbo nfunni awọn ẹya diẹ sii fun awọn oniwe-din owo ètò, tabi awọn titobi nla ti awọn ẹya kanna (fun apẹẹrẹ, aaye ibi-itọju).

That said, these features are generally not included free after a year, whereas Bluehost’s included features are.

Of particular note are SSL certificates, and CloudSites, which Bluehost nfunni ni idije (GoDaddy ko paapaa fun ni igbehin).

While both companies have many WordPress plans, GoDaddy is a bit more generous on features…at least for the first year. Bluehost still seems overall better for WordPress, though.

Awọn ipilẹ ile-iṣẹ mejeeji ti ile-iṣẹ jẹ nipa pipe ni ibamu. Sibẹsibẹ, Bluehost has noticeably better support in the form of superior live chat.

mejeeji Bluehost ati GoDaddy jẹ nipa dọgbadọgba rọrun lati lo; o kan jẹ ọrọ ti o fẹran ti ara ẹni ni aaye yii.

As far as security goes and reliability go, GoDaddy and Bluehost are about even.

Bluehost overall wins very clearly on igba akoko, despite having a worse record prior to the last year.

Iwoye, I would recommend GoDaddy for those who are newer to hosting and want more things in one platform.

That’s because GoDaddy emphasizes its ability to do it all–provide domains, website building, SSL, etc. It will naturally come with extra cost to make use of GoDaddy’s add-ons, but it can make things much easier for beginners.

Ti a ba tun wo lo, Mo ṣe iṣeduro Bluehost to people who just need simple, good-quality hosting.

It may have less on the features front but has better value out of the box, costs less overall, has better support, AND has better uptime.

O jẹ apo apopọ!

Ni ikẹhin, ronu nipa kini awọn aini alejo gbigba rẹ jẹ.

Ti o ba mọ ohun ti o nilo ati ohun ti o fẹ ṣe lori ayelujara, iwọ yoo dara.

Bluehost vs GoDaddy: FAQ


Ewo ni O Dara julọ Bluehost Or GoDaddy?

Bluehost & GoDaddy both offer free domain names for the 1st year. The basic plan of Bluehost nina $ 2.95 / Oṣu pẹlu 50 GB SSD ṣugbọn GoDaddy ṣe idiyele $ 5.99 / Oṣooṣu pẹlu Ibi ipamọ 100 GB. Bluehost has better tools included for free while GoDaddy has better tools available for purchase. Bluehost includes a free SSL certificate in the basic plan that is not included in GoDaddy’s economic plan. Bluehost also performs better, and is thus overall better, too.

But if you’re looking for a GoDaddy alternative and aren’t impressed by what you’ve read of Bluehost so far, there are still other good GoDaddy alternatives.

How Much Is GoDaddy Per Month?

Economy plan costs $5.99/Month with 1 website and 100 GB storage. Deluxe plan costs $7.99/Month with unlimited websites, unlimited storage & subdomains. Ultimate plan costs $12.99/Month with features of Deluxe plan plus free SSL certificate for a year & free premium DNS. Please note this pricing is for September 2020; for current pricing click Nibi.

Elo Ni Bluehost Per Month?

The basic plan costs $2.95/Month with 1 website, 1 domain, and 500 GB SSD storage. Plus plan costs $4.95/Month including unlimited domains and sub-domains. The Choice Plus plan costs the same, and includes Site backup CodeGuard basic in addition.

Can I Get A Refund From GoDaddy And Bluehost?

Lati le beere agbapada lati GoDaddy, o nilo lati kan si ẹgbẹ atilẹyin alabara wọn.
You can get a full refund from Bluehost ti o ba fagile iṣẹ alejo gbigba laarin ọjọ 30. Bluehost will deduct a non-refundable domain fee of $15.99 if the plan including the free domain is canceled within 30 days. No refund offered for any claim or cancellations after 30 days.

All of this is spelled out in Bluehost’s money back guarantee, so you won’t get hoodwinked.

How Much Does A GoDaddy Domain Cost?

A “.com” domain varies in price. Generally it’s free for a year, after which it renews at a price of $17.99/Year. Purchased alone, it starts at $11.99. You may add Domain privacy at an additional cost of $9.99/Year

Elo ni A Bluehost Domain Cost?

As with GoDaddy, you can register a free domain name for a year along with a web hosting package. A standalone domain purchase is similar to GoDaddy’s price:

A “.com” domain costs a total of $11.99 for the 1st Year after which it renews at a price of $17.99/Year. You may add Domain privacy at an additional cost of $15.00/Year.

Does GoDaddy Charge Monthly?

GoDaddy has an option to charge monthly for a web hosting plan, whereas Domain services are billed annually.

wo Bluehost Charge Monthly?

No. Bluehost ṣe afihan idiyele oṣooṣu ṣugbọn o jẹ owo-ori lododun.