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Host Hero Review

Overview: HostHero is one of the newer companies to enter the hosting service provider market, but they seem to be making almost all of the right moves. With over 10,000 websites currently hosted and 100% North American, English speaking sales and support teams, they are totally dedicated to customer satisfaction. They offer a number of innovative hosting plans with more than just simple shared so...

Register.com Review

With so many hosts for small-business owners to choose from, how are newbies to know which is best for them? Register.com offers a straightforward set of tools and services that might be just what you’re looking for. Highlights Domain name, email account, storage, and analytics come free with hosting packages Plans will suit most small- and medium-sized businesses The website builder works, but it...

WebHostingHub Review

Highlights Small-business friendly U.S. based 24/7 support Zero-downtime website transfers 90-day money-back guarantee Free Web builder E-commerce tools Over 310 easy-to-install free applications Softaculous (1-click installer) Up to $200 free advertising credits Shared hosting from $6.99 per month Since 2010, Web Hosting Hub has been striving to make Web hosting reliable, affordable and secure, w...

Miss Hosting review

Overview Miss Hosting is a recently-founded company that offers a variety of web hosting services, including shared, VPS, Reseller, and dedicated server hosting. It also provides Affiliate hosting, WordPress hosting and sells and hosts domain names. With an easy-to-use site builder, this is an easy one-stop shop for setting up, designing, and hosting a website with a domain of your choice. Miss Ho...

Bluehost vs. GoDaddy: Who To Choose For Web Hosting?

GoDaddy has the brand, pricing, and mind-share in the website industry. Bluehost is one of the oldest and most reputable shared hosting companies on the Internet. Here’s my comparison of Bluehost vs. GoDaddy for best choice in web hosting – with a specific focus on WordPress hosting. A few quick notes before diving in (or skip to the conclusion). First, this entire Bluehost / GoDaddy review (origi...

Google Domains Review: Pros & Cons of Google As Domain Registrar

Google Domains is a domain name registrar owned and operated by Google. Google rolled out the product in 2014, and it’s still in “beta” as of 2016. Google Domains is not my primary domain registrar (which is NameCheap). As a Googlephile and SEO consultant, I pretty much had to register a domain with Google Domainsthe day they started. Here’s my my experience so far and my full Google Domains revie...

WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org: Which Should You Use?

So you’re exploring starting a website. And you’ve chosen WordPress as your software of choice. It powers more than 25% of the Internet. It’s famous for its versatility and ease of use. But for anyone unfamiliar with the WordPress world – there’s a point of confusion. WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org – which should you use? What’s the difference? What’s the best fit for your website? There are seve...

Hostgator Review : Pros & Cons

Running a website is no easy task. In fact, between content creation, marketing strategies, website design, social media involvement, and affiliate marketing, there is very little energy, or time, to deal with anything else. But let’s face it. You have to have a smooth running website in order to accomplish all of the above. And, no matter how stretched for time you are, there are going to be some...

Wix.com Review – The Flexible Website Builder

Wix has become pretty well known over the last few years, in part due to budget-busting marketing campaigns starring stars like Heidi Klum, Jason Statham and Gal Gadot, better known as Wonder Woman. But let’s start with the basics: The Wix website builder is a simplified way to create a website. It runs in your web browser (no need to install any software) and already provides its own web ho...

Squarespace Review: 5 Pros & 4 Cons of Using Squarespace

Squarespace is one of the best known brands in the website building space. They do a ton of advertising with everything from podcasts to the Super Bowl and have a beautiful product with a long trusted history. I recently had a project that was a fit for a bundled website builder software. I gave Squarespace a try, along with several other brands. Here are my 5 pros, 5 cons, and full Squarespace re...

Weebly Review: 6 Pros & 3 Cons of Using Weebly For Your Website

When it comes to getting a website up, there’s never been an easier time. Weebly is one of the fastest growing and longest standing brands in the website building space. They were mentioned in the first edition of the 4-Hour Workweek. Ever since, they’ve grown and continued to revise their software. I recently gave Weebly a try for a small project, along with several other website builders. Here’s...

PureVPN Review: Pros & Cons of Using PureVPN

PureVPN was founded in 2006 as an experiment by the company GZ Systems, located in Hong Kong. By the next year, PureVPN was available to the public, with servers based in two locations. Since this time, PureVPN has continued to expand its service and diversify its product offering. Today, you’ll be able to find a PureVPN client for every major operating system, including mobile. PureVPN also offer...

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