TMDHosting is the cheapest of our four finalists. Compared to FastComet, GlowHost, and InMotion, its service plans are less expensive at almost every tier. The cost savings aren’t huge — at most, $36 per year — but if you don’t need the specific features offered by our top picks, there’s no reason to avoid TMD. We also liked that for its affordable price, TMDHosting offers a good number of servers (seven altogether), including five international ones — Amsterdam, London, Singapore, Tokyo, Sydney — in addition to Chicago and Phoenix.
Regarding business hosting, Cloudways is also able to handle business class web servers and even announced today staging capabilities that business, publishing, agencies and more app critical firms require for performance and testing. Support chat is also a big plus for wpengine who also has staging and good backup capabilities. Support response time is critical for business sites and the pricing is typically 3x per instance higher plus companies should always retain a specialists even with managed hosting partners.

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Downtime means that people can’t reach your site which can be frustrating to potential visitors while also costing you traffic and revenue. Additionally, if people aren’t able to reach your site the first time, they may not try again. That said, hosting providers provide minimum uptime guarantees which is a guarantee that they’ll have your site up and running that percent of the total hours in a day.
The best web hosting company provides the tools to launch your website and the support to help it grow. We rounded up 49 web hosts known for their reliability and evaluated them based on user resources and customer service. Then we signed up for the top 11 to figure out which company offered the most useful features for new website owners, whether you're a tech pro or an absolute beginner.

Dreamhost has a really good reputation, and with good reason. They’ve maintained their high-quality hosting services throughout the massive price-war going right now, people really like them as they’re extremely reliable. The only downsides would be the lack of data centres in the UK, and the cost… which you have to pre-pay for 3 years if you want the cheapest rate. It’s not ideal, but they do offer a 97 day money-back guarantee, which is nice.
Honorable mentions this week include Rackspace, which handles both personal and enterprise hosting and platform services (backed by “fanatical support!”) and Nearly Free Speech, a contender in our last look at personal web hosts, who offers exceptional hosting plans for as low as $0.25 and promises to only make you pay for what you use. Finally, we should at least mention InMotion Hosting, which mobilized quite the effort to get their customers to vote for them.
Pros: Flexibility to scale is a great benefit that cloud hosting can provide. That means if your business grows rapidly, your server will scale with it. It’s also a product that’s available for you as soon as you need it, since it’s constantly existing in one form or another in the cloud. It’s a reasonable cost and works very well for a low-staffed account.
StableHost is an overall decent host, no servers in the UK though. They offer all the same features as most other hosts, with the exception of their clustered hosting technology… which increases overall scalability and speed/performance, with the added bonus that issues with other sites on the same server shouldn’t affect your site as much as it could on other web hosts.
Many web hosts offer limited features in their starter packages and then expand the offerings (sometimes tremendously) for higher-tier plans. Read the small print to make sure the plan you are selecting offers what you need. If you need a site builder application to design your website, make sure that the low-cost web host you are picking actually comes with a site builder. Many of them require you to pay for the builder as a separate add-on. Website builders usually don't cost a lot of money, but if you can find a web host that includes one for free, that's money in your pocket. And, if it's integrated with your hosting service, you're more likely to have a smooth, supported experience.
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