You may be new to web hosting, or simply ready to burst into the scene, and you’re brimming to the top with incredible ideas and moneymaking thoughts. However, do you really know what you’re looking for in a web hosting service supplier? Do you have any real idea what your site is going to need to make it out there in the real world? If not don’t feel a sense of panic: because we’re going to be serving up a big plate of knowledge below.
The support agents at Bluehost may be knowledgeable, helpful, kind, and available at all hours, but they won’t help you unless you give them the last four characters of your password. This is a bizarre and backward policy that exposes users to would-be hackers and phishers posing as customer service in hopes of stealing their account information. This would have knocked Bluehost out of the running if it didn’t offer an alternative. Fortunately, it does; security-conscious users can opt to set up a special PIN to use in lieu of revealing sensitive data. We fully recommend taking this step if you choose Bluehost as your service provider.
On the plus side, SiteGround offers free automatic daily backups, access to the Cloudflare CDN, high-performance SSDs for all plans, unlimited email accounts, and integration of the free LetsEncrypt SSL certificate into sites. The company does limit bandwidth and storage, but even those who claim to offer so-called unlimited bandwidth and storage really have some limits in their terms of service.

A2 Hosting is on par with SiteGround, they also have a variety of blazing fast servers world-wide + have great support. While they don’t have the official WordPress recommendation, their performance with WP sites is amazing. As is their performance with the majority of popular CMSs, their servers are well-optimised and include 1-script installers for most CMSs.
Primarily, Cheap Hosting is intended for smaller websites (generally defined as those with less than 100 pages, 500 pictures and 2000 visitors per month). A huge benefit of Cheap Hosting is it gives you the opportunity to test your site without spending heavily - the hosting provider will help you to upgrade when your site is close to exceeding the limits of your plan.

Reseller Hosting: If you want to sell web hosting while someone else manages and monitors the network, reseller hosting is one option to consider. With reseller packages you buy access to space to servers in bulk, and then “resell” it under your own business name. An advanced hosting type, if you select a reseller plan then you will need to be prepared to provide your customers with technical support.
You can also host your website on WordPress.com, but that's different from the kind of hosting mentioned above. WordPress.com uses the same code from WordPress.org, but it hides the server code and handles the hosting for you. In that sense, it resembles entries in our online site builder roundup. It's a simpler but less flexible and customizable way to approach WordPress hosting. It's definitely easier, but if you want to tinker and adjust and optimize every aspect of your site, it might not be for you.
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