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Web Hosting Made Easy & Affordable : Host gator Review

                      Web Hosting Made Easy & Affordable 

If you’ve been considering HostGator for your web hosting, good choice! In this review we’ll walk you through the need-to-knows so you can decide if it’s the right host for you.
On the surface, web hosting companies all seem the same. They all offer shared server access at low prices, they all offer strong WordPress support, and they all promise high levels of uptime.
Yet when you dive a little deeper you start to see important distinctions, such as what the customer interface is like, perks like free domains, and marketing support for your site.
HostGator is one of the strongest — if not the strongest — all-round providers out there. It clocks in with 96% on our comparative research. We break down why in full below, but for those of you in a hurry here’s HostGator in a nutshell.
Pros:
  • Excellent uptime guarantee of 99.99%
  • Tons of features for shared hosts including email marketing
  • Best all-rounder in our hosting ranking
Cons:
  • Administration interfaces could do with modernization
  • No free domain offering

HostGator Black Friday Offer!

We just wanted to let you know that HostGator is currently running a super generous Black Friday sale, with up to 70% off many of its plans – that means you could pick up a shared hosting plan for as little as $2.08/month! You can claim this deal here.
You would think two web hosting companies owned by the same parent company would offer identical or nearly identical services. Well, if you thought that you’d be wrong. HostGator and Bluehost are both owned by Endurance Group.
While the two services do have their similarities, they are not carbon copies of each other. In many ways, HostGator is a better choice than Bluehost. 
Further Information:
Top Web Hosting Providers – our comparative review of HostGator, Bluehost, and GoDaddy Hosting

SiteGround vs HostGator: Which Is Best for You?


                    SiteGround vs HostGator



This piece will break down the key differences between HostGator and SiteGround, two major forces in the market.
If you don’t have the time to read through, here’s our opinion on the matter in brief: HostGator is the better all-round hosting service. In fact, according to our research it’s the best all-round hosting service full stop.
HostGator comes first in our overall rankings with a 97% score, while SiteGround comes in fourth with a highly respectable 80%.
If you’re just starting out and want cheap, reliable hosting, HostGator is the better fit. HostGator’s cheapest plan starts at $2.75 a month, while for SiteGround it’s $3.95.
If, however, you’re planning to host a WordPress website, it bears mentioning that SiteGround is one of the three providers WordPress.org recommend for that purpose — the other two being Bluehost and Dreamhost.

HostGator
4.6out of 5
Hosting
5 out of 5 stars
Features
4 out of 5 stars
Help & Support
5 out of 5 stars
Up Time
4.5 out of 5 stars
Value
4.5 out of 5 stars
HostGator Pros
  • Cheap, scalable plans
  • Email marketing
  • 99.9% uptime
HostGator Cons
  • No free domain on signup
SiteGround
4out of 5
Hosting
4 out of 5 stars
Features
3 out of 5 stars
Help & Support
5 out of 5 stars
Up Time
4 out of 5 stars
Value
2 out of 5 stars
SiteGround Pros
  • Recommended by WordPress for WordPress hosting. Always a good sign
  • Super customer support
SiteGround Cons
  • One of the the pricier providers out there
Those are the need-to-knows. If you want a more in-depth breakdown of how HostGator and SiteGround compare, read on. We’ll cover the key differences.
 
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