FatCow wants to be friendly to you, your budget, and the environment, making it one of the more intriguing options for those looking to start their own website. FatCow gives you unlimited bandwidth, storage, and access to easy-to-use website builders. FatCow also utilizes wind power to run its hosting, which is pretty unique. The website has a bit of a cartoonish vibe compared to others, but it offers a ton of services that first-timers and veterans alike will appreciate. Ground zero of FatCow is the Weebly Drag and Drop Builder in the control panel that allows you to select your domain name or website address. Then, you just do as the icon says, drag and drop the elements you want to add to your web page. The sucky thing about FatCow is the super high renewal rate. Check 'em out below:
With 1&1’s Basic package, you get 100 GB storage, 1 free domain for the first 12 months and an SSL certificate. For scalability, level 1 is included. Meaning, up to 2.5 GB RAM of which half is always guaranteed. You see an instant traffic increase? This allows your website to work uninterrupted. Scalability goes up to level 5 in just one click. Be always prepared.
Starting from scratch with Hostwinds is pretty easy since the site uses an integrated online interface, which pretty much means you can create and edit your website straight from your favorite browser. You can also install hundreds of popular applications in just one step, saving you lots of time. Or, if you want to transfer your website from another server, the experts at Hostwinds can help you seamlessly do that.
You gain the most web-building functionality if you create a self-hosted site. This typically involves transfering the free WordPress CMS to server or signing up for a web host's optimized WordPress plan. With an optimized plan, the host automatically handles backend stuff, so you don't have to worry about updating the plug-ins and CMS, and enabling automatic backups. In these instances, the WordPress environment typically comes pre-installed on the server.