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SiteGround
February 28, 2019

SiteGround is a web hosting company that was founded and established in 2014. SiteGround is a web hosting service that is economic and a potential friend to your wallet and finances.

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Bluehost
February 28, 2019

Bluehost is one of the most used and most popular shared hosting services as they are currently responsible for hosting more than 2 million websites all over the globe.

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WestHost
February 28, 2019

WestHost was founded by Chris Russell in 1998, who eventually in 2008, merged his efforts with UK2 Group. WestHost is considered to be among the oldest of web hosting services out there.

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One.com
February 28, 2019

One.com was founded by Jacob Jensen in 2002 and based in Denmark. One.com also has managed to gain 1,500,000 customers spanning 149 countries with almost the same number of employees.

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Namecheap
February 28, 2019

Namecheap’s specialty in this industry is that they can serve you an amazing domain registration service, as they are managing over seven million domain names.

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LunarPages
February 28, 2019

LunarPages can be considered as the pioneer of web hosting provider back in the ’90s. In the world of web hosting, LunarPages can be called as the web hosting fossils.

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Just Host
February 28, 2019

Just Host was founded by Chris Philips in Glendale, California in 2002. Read our review to find out more about Just Host.

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InMotion
February 28, 2019

InMotion was established in 2001 and it is a huge web hosting company that has garnered over 300,000 customer domains with just two data centers in Virginia Beach and Los Angeles.

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HostNine
February 28, 2019

HostNine was founded back in early 2006 and they can be considered as one of the youngsters in the web hosting service provider industry.

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Hosting24
February 28, 2019

If anyone knows Hosting24, they know that their customer service is pretty darn good. They also give the customer some perks that aren’t necessarily essential but decent to have around.

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