Dreamhost vs Bluehost 2019


Very poor product and service – I have had #Ipage hosting my photography website now for 2 years. In those two years I have had nothing but troubles relating to the speed of the site. And in fact this was something that the company touted as one of its positives. I have minimized my photos, which are not numerous, and uploaded and configure W3 cache which #Ipage tech support suggests every time I send an email asking them to help. This has happened perhaps 5 times. The result is that it is still slow. I have pleaded for tech to simply get on my site and check for themselves. Nothing. #Ipage is a poor choice… KEVIN


BLUEHOST: http://bit.ly/hostyblue

DREAMHOST: http://bit.ly/dreamhosty

Bluehost is a web hosting company owned by Endurance International Group. It is one of the 20 largest web hosts, collectively hosting well over 2 million domains with its sister companies, HostMonster, FastDomain and iPage. The company operates its servers in-house in a 50,000 square feet facility in Provo, Utah, which is now shared with sister company HostMonster. Bluehost employs over 700 people in its Utah facility.

DreamHost is a Los Angeles-based web hosting provider and domain name registrar. It is owned by New Dream Network, LLC, founded in 1996 by Dallas Bethune, Josh Jones, Michael Rodriguez and Sage Weil, undergraduate students at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California, and registered in 1997 by Michael Rodriguez. DreamHost began hosting customers’ sites in 1997. In May 2012, DreamHost spun off Inktank. Inktank is a professional services and support company for the open source Ceph file system. In November 2014, DreamHost spun off Akanda, an open source network virtualization project.As of February 2016, Dreamhost employs about 200 employees and has close to 400,000 customers.

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