Top 10 [Best] Web Hosting (Service) Providers Company for 2019

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Top 10 Best Web Hosting Providers for 2019

  1. Bluehost.
  2. HostGator.
  3. A2 Hosting.
  4. SiteGround.
  5. DreamHost.
  6. InMotion Hosting.
  7. MochaHost.
  8. Web Hosting Hub.
  9. Web hosting pad
  10. Lunarpages


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 2.59 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 2.59 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 10 / mo.
  •   Dedicated servers start at $ 149 / mo.
  •   Cloud hosting starting at $ 4.50 / mo.

  DreamHost holds a special place in my heart.  The company, in addition to its commercial services, provides a free shared website to nonprofits.  He provided a free website to a nonprofit I was affiliated with, which was a great help for the time.  The offering is still available today for 501 (c) (3) nonprofits.

  In addition, DreamHost is a top hosting company for several reasons.  They operate their own control room, which is convenient and easy to understand.  While phone customer support is not available 24/7, they are responsible for live chat and tickets.  The company uses super-fast SSDs for all its storage, has a free SSL certificate (for more secure web browsing), and provides SSH access to plans that are intended for more technical users.

  There are two other factors that led to the almost perfect score earned by DreamHost.  First, the pricing of the company is very transparent.  There are no hidden pieces in the rates.  Additionally, DreamHost offers a 97-day money back guarantee.  The risk to try them is zero.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 2.95 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 2.95 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting is starting at $ 18.99 / mo.
  •   Dedicated hosting is available starting at $ 79.99 / mo.

  When you sign up at Bluehost, you will get a free domain name for the first year, plus a free SSL certificate (allowing you to operate a secure website).

  If you are a WordPress user, Bluehost is definitely a provider to consider.  While its managed WordPress hosting is slightly more expensive than basic shared hosting, the company has specific WordPress and WoCOM hosting plans available (with management support).  It also provides a site migration service for an additional fee.

  The company received bonus points for its policy of regularly performing daily backups, even on the lowest-priced shared hosting accounts.  However, be aware that the promotion price on low-shared hosting increases after the promotional period.  That said, Bluehost offers 24/7 phone support, 30-day money-back guarantee and SSH access to some plans.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 2.75 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 5.95 / mo.
  •   Reseller hosting starting at $ 19.95 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 29.95 / mo.
  •   Dedicated servers starting at $ 119 / mo.
  •   Cloud hosting starting at $ 4.95 / mo.

  HostGator is a full-service hosting company, with almost any requirement planned.  Whether you are starting out and need a very basic shared site, or need to be able to operate your machine fully dedicated to your company, HostGator has a service that can help.

  See also: HostGator in-depth review and hands-on testing

  We like how HostGator not only allows more sophisticated site builders to customize their dedicated or virtual servers, but also to choose Linux or Windows hosting.  While HostGator does not support SSDs on all plans, many of its servers may be equipped with fast drives.

  HostGator received points for free cPanel or Plesk as well as uptime monitoring and regular backups.  We liked that SSH is available to more technically inclined site operators and dedicated IP addresses can be purchased.  We point out because sometimes it is difficult to tell that promotional plans run their course once.  With a 45-day money back guarantee, HostGator has a hosting solution for almost everyone.

A2 Hosting

  •   Shared hosting started at $ 2.96 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 2.96 / mo.
  •   Reseller hosting starting at $ 9.80 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting is starting at $ 5 / mo.
  •   Dedicated server starting at $ 99.59 / mo.

  A2 Hosting does a lot of things right.  They offer Linux and Windows-based servers, SSD, caching, CDN and SSL for all plans.  While some plans provide uptime monitoring and regular backups, all plans provide malware scanning and automatic patching and updates.

  The company offers a managed hosting service called HostGuard.  Subscribers to this service have a 24/7/365 "Guru Crew" support team managing networks, hardware, software, and security.  Managed hosting starts at $ 9.78 / mo for WordPress customers, and $ 25 / mo for VPS customers.

  The company offers concrete plans with a good selection of facilities.  One area that we are concerned about is how they present their proposals.  Like many hosting providers, their published pricing is a bit misleading.  Unless you pay $ 71 for two years of service, you are not getting a host of $ 2.96 / mo.  Renewal usually occurs at a higher rate, although a seller advised us to ask for a "loyalty discount".

  This should not come as any surprise, like other hosting providers, A2 Hosting's unlimited plans are not really unlimited.  They expect you to use their service such as "similarly positioned customers."  It is like being on a highway.  If everyone is going a few miles above the speed limit, then you are probably fine, but if you are stopping the fast lane under everyone else, you will probably be asked to slow down.

  The company offers a solid 30-day money back guarantee they call the "anytime" money back guarantee.  Yeah kind of.  You can ask for your money back at any time, but after your first 30 days, how much you will get back will depend on a painfully complex pro-rating system.

  But, again, they are quite strong in operations.  24/7/365 customer support is available not only by live chat and email, but also by phone.  They offer free site migration, with some dedicated attention paid to make the transfer easier.  And, if you're up for one of the high-end plans, the company has put some serious attention into performance and caching.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 0.99 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 0.99 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 3.95 / mo.
  •   Cloud hosting starting at $ 9.99 / mo.

  Hostelinger, a host provider based out of Lithuania, claims that it signals a new customer every five seconds.  The company has been in operation since 2004, with 29 million users in 178 countries and subsidiaries in the US, Indonesia and Brazil.

  See also: Hostinger in-depth review and hands-on testing

  Hostinger has a good selection of plans, which can all be adapted for WordPress.  We particularly like that the least expensive schemes offered some level of SSH accessibility for those who need it.  The company scored points for its offer of SSD performance, dedicated IP and regular backup for some plans.

  The company that sets them apart, their first-year hosting price is less than one rupee.  The company's least expensive plan is a staggering 80 cents a month.  This is the least expensive hosting program we've seen, although the price goes up after the first year.  In fact, most of the company's plans increase after their promotional price expires.

  Hostinger offers a 30-day money back guarantee with the words We Want More Providers to Use: "If for any reason you decide not to continue with Hostinger, we offer a full refund on your purchase.  Will offer, no questions asked. "  If you have any questions, the company has customer support with live chat lines available 24/7.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 3.95 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 3.95 / mo.
  •   Reseller servers start at $ 42 / year.
  •   Cloud hosting starting at $ 80 / mo.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 1.99 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 3.75 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting is available starting at $ 19.99 / mo.
  •   Dedicated servers starting at $ 119.99 / mo.

InMotion Hosting

  •   Shared Business Hosting is starting at $ 3.99 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 4.99 / mo.
  •   Reseller hosting starting at $ 13.99 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 27.99 / mo.
  •   Dedicated server starting at $ 105.69 / mo.

  We particularly like that the company also offers free backup and SSH access on its lower-end plans.  WordPress support with integrated WP-CLI is also available.


  •   Started at $ 1.95 / mo.
  •   WordPress starting at $ 2.48 / mo.
  •   Reseller starting at $ 9.87 / mo.
  •   VPS starts at $ 7.98 / mo.
  •   Clouds starting at $ 19 / mo.

  As dedicated coffee fans, we love the name Mochahast.  The company has a wide range of offerings, but so far, MochaHost offers a stand-out facility, which is a 180-day money-back guarantee.  The best we've seen so far, and it eliminates all the risks from any hosting experience.

Web hosting hub

  •   Shared hosting started at $ 4.99 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 4.99 / mo.
  •   The web hosting hub has an entry-level starting price, but has some surprisingly valuable benefits for such low-value entrants.

  In particular, the web hosting hub uses BoldGrid as a site builder.  BoldGrid is actually an add-on to WordPress, so there is no lock-in.  This overcomes the major problem of most site builders: You are locked into that host and the tool that requires you to completely rebuild your site if you want to expand.  By using a WordPress-based solution, all the considerable power of WordPress is available for future expansion.

Web hosting pad

  •   Shared hosting started at $ 1.99 / mo.
  •   WordPress hosting starting at $ 2.99 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 29.95 / mo.

  The web hosting pad has a strong international presence.  The company has servers in the US, Hong Kong, Mainland China and Korea, and when you sign up you can specify which server and location you want.

  With how many vendors call unlimited service, the Web Hosting Pad's terms of service indicate that their definition of unlimited is what they call "incremental".  Basically, as you need more capacity, they want to discuss how to help both of you get the most out of their services, and to make sure that you don't misuse their system Are using.


  •   Shared hosting started at $ 3.95 / mo.
  •   Reseller hosting starting at $ 19.95 / mo.
  •   VPS hosting starting at $ 44.95 / mo.
  •   Dedicated servers starting at $ 99 / mo.

  Established in 1998, Lunarpages operates three state-of-the-art data centers.  Equipped with several GHz fiber connections to the Internet backbone, the company has seismically hanging racks and cabinets, a fully redundant Liebert HVAC cooling system, a diesel generator that can last for weeks, and a pre-action dry pipe fire suppression system Created.

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