09 Dec Bluehost VS HostGator Which is Best ? Review
Highly disappointed. I have moved from Godaddy to #bluehost 3 years ago on basis of bigger space and 99.9% uptime. Today my hosting company is not the same. I have developed business and hosted many websites of my customers; all are down much too often and too long each time. To move all my websites (20) to a new hosting company will be a challenge. I will have to hassle to keep my customers. They (Blue Host) should pay me for the loses and false promises. I am wandering if I can sue them.
Bluehost and HostGator are two of the largest hosting brand in the world. Bluehost vs HostGator
Funny enough, they are both owned by the same company – Endurance International (EIG).
Since they are so big, they have more money to invest in their servers (uptime and speed), support, features and so on.
HostGator and Bluehost both offer all kinds of services, from simple domain names, to shared hosting (what we’ll be reviewing here), cloud hosting, virtual private servers (VPS) and even dedicated servers.
A while back, we opened up our wallets, paying for hosting plans at both BlueHost and HostGator. We created simple “test” websites for bluehost and hostgator.
By using a third-party tool like Pingdom to measure performance between Bluehost shared and HostGator shared we managed to gather some important data, such as speed and uptime.
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