NameCheap Homepage Namecheap was founded all the way back in 2000 by Richard Kirkendall. Over the past 18 years, they’ve reportedly racked up three million customers. Domain names are the name of Namecheap’s game (sorry, couldn’t resist), with over seven million under their control. But here’s the thing: We’ve seen this story before; Hosting A

Hostinger is ranked #3 out of 32 hosts Hostinger is one of the cheapest shared hosting providers on the market today. They started in 2007 as 000webhost.com, a free web hosting service with no advertising. Then, in 2011, the Hostinger web hosting brand was born. By May of 2014, Hostinger had already exceeded a user

JustHost Homepage Chris Phillips started JustHost back in 2002 in Glendale, California. Fast forward to 2012, and it was acquired by EIG. That gives us an inkling of what results to expect based on reviewing many other EIG brands so far (iPage and HostGator). To give them a fair chance, we set-up a WordPress website

SiteGround is ranked #4 out of 32 hosts SiteGround is a popular shared hosting provider that offers its users multiple different hosting options. These include WordPress hosting, cloud hosting and even dedicated servers. We’ve been monitoring SiteGround’s cheapest “Startup” shared plan for over two years now. We paid for a shared hosting account, set up

FastComet Homepage FastComet is headquartered in San Francisco. 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 is the performance

If you’ve spent any amount of time reading about or using WordPress, WPExplorer is a name you should be familiar with. As well as running one of the biggest blogs about WordPress, they’ve also created one of the most popular multipurpose WordPress themes on the market. That theme is Total, and in this WPExplorer review we’ll cover this

InMotion Homepage Chances are that 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 some time. That’s because they’re BIG. Since 2001, InMotion has grown a customer base of over 300,000 domains with two data centers

HostMetro Homepage HostMetro was recently founded in 2012 to specialize in providing only shared hosting. They’re also one of the only web hosts with a ‘guaranteed price lock’, so your pricing doesn’t jump 200% when it’s time to renew. In addition, they boast 99.9% uptime to round out a decent array of offers for budget conscious customers.

Site5 Homepage Site5 Web Hosting is a niche service built for designers and developers, with multiple servers located in: North America (U.S. and Canada) South America (Joao Pessoa and Sao Paulo, Brazil) Europe (U.K., Netherlands, Romania, and France) Asia (Singapore and China). It was founded in ’99 by Matt Lightner and Rod Armstrong, before being

HostGator Cloud is ranked #2 out of 32 hosts HostGator Cloud is an “upgraded” version of their shared hosting option. According to them, it should be faster and more scalable than their regular hosting. Firstly, it has provided 100% uptime in the past five months, capping off an excellent 16-month performance. HostGator Cloud doesn’t compromise