FastComet Review

What is FastComet Hosting? FastComet is headquartered in San Francisco, but they feature a worldwide customer base of 45,000+ across 83 countries. That diverse customer base is supported by their eight server locations in major cities like Chicago, London, Amsterdam, Singapore, and Tokyo. (The closer the server to people trying to reach it, the better-expected performance, […]

Hostinger Review

What is Hostinger? What Have They Done? In 2007, they became, a free web hosting service with no advertising. Then, in 2011, the Hostinger web hosting brand was born. By 2012, the company had expanded internationally with a new incorporation in Cyprus. By May of 2014, Hostinger had already exceeded a user base of […]

InMotion Hosting Review

  What is InMotion Hosting? inMotion hosting homepage Chances are, you’re familiar with InMotion Hosting. Maybe you haven’t used them, but you’ve heard of them. Or seen them around. A vague recollection of their name or ads somewhere at some time. That’s because they’re BIG. Since 2001, InMotion has grown a customer base of over 300,000 […]

MDDHosting Review

What is MDD Hosting? MDD is a boutique (read: small), private hosting company founded fairly recently in 2007. Their claims to fame? Speed and service. The ‘meat and potatoes’ of web hosting. Their straightforward, no-BS approach seems refreshingly honest in an industry that can be, well, less so. Secure & Reliable? Lets find out… It […]

GoDaddy Review

What is GoDaddy Hosting? GoDaddy needs no introduction. Everyone knows them. Everyone saw the Super Bowl ads over a decade ago. Everyone recognizes the spokespeople like Danica Patrick. Even your parents, who annoy you on Facebook and still don’t know proper texting etiquette, recognize GoDaddy. They were founded in ‘97, over two decades ago. They were […]

iPage Review

What is iPage? iPage Hosting is an Endurance International Group (EIG) brand, acquired in 2010 from founder Thomas Gorny. EIG has been around for about 20 years, and they’re a force to be reckoned with, to say the least. EIG owns some huge names in the web hosting world, like FatCow, Bluehost, HostMonster, Just Host, PowWeb, EasyCGI, […]

A2 Hosting Review

What is A2 Hosting? You’ve probably never heard of A2 hosting. Neither have I initially. That’s a shame. Because while they’re not as ‘internet famous’ as BlueHost or HostGator, they claim to boast speeds of up to 20X faster. They’ve also been around since 2001, formerly known as Iniquinet (yes – good call on the rebrand). And have data centers around the world in the […]

HostGator Cloud Review

What is HostGator Cloud? If you’ve never heard of HostGator WordPress Cloud hosting, then you’re not alone. HostGator’s cloud hosting package has successfully been flying under the radar for months and I didn’t hear about it until EIG (the company that owns HostGator, BlueHost and several other hosting providers) reached out to me personally requesting that […]

Bluehost Review

Bluehost Background Information Bluehost is currently responsible for hosting more than 2 million websites all over the world and is one of the most popular and least expensive shared hosting services available. Founded in 1996 by Matt Heaton and Danny Ashworth in Provo, Utah, they have a staff of 750 employees working around the clock to […]

SiteGround Review

Is SiteGround the Perfect Host for Your Site? SiteGround is a rare beast, and a hidden gem in the web hosting market. Its commitment to innovation — particularly in shared hosting — is fast making it one of the most important hosting providers that small businesses should consider. Despite minor niggles, SiteGround eclipses many of […]