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Need Hosting Suggestion

By alexapaull ·
Hello Everybody,

I came across some reviews about hosting web but I'm not sure which one should I trust.

Particularly, I'm following a successful Italian web marketer which claim to use a specific hosting which is Siteground. The review is very good and also the description.

The only concern I have is why the American market suggest hosting like Cloudways?

I'm asking if any of you, possibly located in US, have ever tried using Siteground. How do you judge the service compared to Cloudways?

Thanks
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As per my knowledge

by ksravani In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

There are numerous hosting services providers available. Each one of the services has some special functionality. Few service providers are host gator, site ground, dream host etc. Before going to decide just check all the reviews along with the pricing and functionalities. Hope my suggestion would work for you!!

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I would suggest

by SAMHus In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

Well Alex I am not sure about Cloudways but as far as American Hosting is concerned I've used Blue Host (Of course my favorite), Hostgator, and recently a project of mine was created by perfecent.com and they suggested Godaddy, Bluehost, and namecheap and for the first time I tried Namecheap hosting and so far its working fine for me. So, I believe you can either go for Bluehost or Namecheap maybe, hope its answer to your question.

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You have to follow this..

by horizonmeta In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

Hi,
Decide how much hand-holding you'll need
Estimate the amount of traffic you expect
Understand server types
Choose a portable content management system
Own your domain name.

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SiteGround

by techartz In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

I've been using SiteGround since quite a while now (past 2+ years) and I'm beyond impressed with their quality of service.

You mainly need 4 things from a web host:

1. Fast web server
2. Great uptime (as close to 100% as possible)
3. Responsive and helpful support
4. Compatibility with your web app

SiteGround excels at all those areas. Running a LAMP setup (and more recently Nginx), they support all popular web apps like WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, SMF, vBulletin, you name it!

My sites load fast and are rarely ever down. I only got a downtime notification email once in the last year, that too lasted for around 5 minutes.

For more details and benchmarks about their service, you can check out this mammoth review of them: https://techtage.com/siteground-review/

I'd signed up with SiteGround after reading it thoroughly and being impressed with the claims they made about SiteGround.

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Hosting Suggestion

by marketing1556197124 In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

In order to get a website active and live on the internet, you need to host a website. If you are seeking to build a website without taking web hosting services, registering domain names will serve no purpose.Web hosting is basically the space that you buy on a web server to store your website files.

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DM

by madhuri001 In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

7 Ways to Find New Web Hosting Clients
User Friendly Website and Mobile Design. The main purpose of your website is to highlight your products and make it simple to convert viewers into clients. ...
Find Your Niche. ...
Create an Affiliate Program. ...
Promote on Relevant Forums. ...
Blogging & Social Media. ...
Local Networking. ...
Referrals and Testimonials.

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You can choose Bluehost

by markophillipsoffic In reply to Need Hosting Suggestion

Alexapaull, Frind siteground is good, but last year I had started my project with siteground hosting initially, my project performed well, but after 4 months, my 60 percent traffic decreased.

After that, I hired SEO for consultancy. They give the reason for my failure is "high load time," And probably my hosting was the main reason for high load time.

But now I am using Bluehost for my every project. But you can choose HostGator also.

Although Bluehost and Hostgator belong to the same company, but WordPress recommends Bluehost.

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