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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by JBMedia, Jan 25, 2015.
I will recommend you use namecheap.com that was where I hosted my website
Namecheap are one of the worst. Only use them if you don’t care about your business.
Of a truth man name cheap is way better their online customer service is so fast too
I hosted my website there mycontentstore.com and other websites for clients too like
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Cheap shared hosting - you are on a server with over 600 other sites.
3 seconds to the first meaningful paint and a Google score of 52/100
I don't want fast online service, I want a fast website.
PS: Your site is broken in so many ways......
Funny, my role at Namecheap is Community Liaison. Can you elaborate on the issues you have? Would love to help.
Shared hosting is always going to be shared with many, which would cause for expected shared resources; that's "shared hosting" by definition, though. Not sure anyone can say that's a Namecheap thing.
There are other options out there that are offered by Namecheap that wouldn't be as in-demand and likely not to cause lower Google scores (though server speed is only one factor in that scoring algorithm).
I think it is not good, as compared to other providers.
Well, now you have so many options to pick the best one but I'll recommend you if you have enough budget should go for Cloudflare. They have incredible services and support.
The most valuable negative reviews are the ones that portray both sides of the pictures because they are unlikely to be biased as they can see the good and the bad unlike the ones that are just really pissed at a particular host because they made one or two mistakes.
yes, GoDaddy is good for beginners.
No they aren’t. They are rubbish at everything. Even for beginners.
I have to say that it worth to try the service from the certain company first and then decide if you are going to use that or not. So only personal experience will help even if it differs from the public opinion.
It depends on the e-commerce site's daily traffic & resource usages. And for the Magento & WordPress site, I would suggest going for HiFiveHost they offer VPS & Magento servers with high resources at cheap prices.
For the performance and great speed, I would suggest you to choose managed WordPress hosting instead of shared or any local hosting because the speed is the primary condition for website performance from the user and search engine side, the best option you can go with Cloudways.
Just because hosting is managed doesn’t mean it’s not shared or fast.