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7 Fastest Web Hosting Companies

We want it and we want it fast. Everything all the time - especially our web hosting. It's not secret, faster is better. Google engineers have found that many Internet users get frustrated by waiting even 400 milliseconds for a Web site to load. High speed hosting...

Web Hosting for Students

These days, anyone can start a website. But that doesn’t always mean it’s cheap or easy. Almost every student has an Instagram account. A few have YouTube channels. But if you really want to be a real interneter (new word) you've gotta have a website. Right now you're...

WP Engine vs GoDaddy

If you're comparing GoDaddy to WP Engine, you're comparing apples to oranges. GoDaddy is all about discount pricing, at scale. WP Engine is a much higher quality, WordPress specific service. Yes, GoDaddy now offers their Managed WordPress Hosting, but it's more of a...

Bluehost vs Hostgator

  Alright sonny, you're comparing Bluehost and HostGator - two of the most well know brands (besides GoDaddy) in consumer hosting. Which do you go with? Let's break it down: They're both discount hosting companies with huge marketing spend. You've probably heard about...

22 Best Domain Name Generators

"But what do I name my website!?" "All the good domains are taken!" "I'm out of ideas!" Hogwash. If you're brand new to creating a website and looking for a killer name, we got you. I've done a lot of domain sleuthing over the years, and probably bought way too many...

SiteGround vs. HostGator

  I'll be honest, SiteGround is my #1 recommended host. It's the perfect combo of price, features, and support. Almost nothing else comes close for 90% of site owners. BUT...maybe you're looking for something else? Both SiteGround and HostGator some some of the...

Dreamhost vs GoDaddy: Which is Better?

Both DreamHost and GoDaddy are solid hosts that have been around since the dot-com boom. They're old. But old is good, because it means they've been around awhile, and will probably still be here in 10 years. GoDaddy was once known for SuperBowl commercials and being...

How to Host a Website

These days it seems like everyone and their mother has their own website. With so many different blogs and niche sites out there it must be easy to create and manage your own page, right? Well, that is true, but the fact is that a lot of different things go into web...