Mark Holden

Mark Holden

Mark is a full stack web developer specializing in HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, MySQL, and PHP. When he’s not busy building websites or geeking out over the latest addition to his ever-growing gadget collection, he enjoys playing drums for his progressive rock band. He can also make a mean Spanish omelet.

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MacHighway

Based in the U.S., MacHighway is an exceptional hosting provider that gives Mac and PC users fully-featured plans to develop their online presence. Among its many great features are a user-friendly interface, Cloudflare CDN, and free Google Ads credit.

Cloudways

Cloudways offers cloud hosting via other cloud infrastructure platforms. But it will manage those cloud hosting services for you, so you can just install WordPress (or a different CMS) and go. If you want to run a site without the hassle of managing a server yourself, Cloudways is a solid, affordable cloud-based service. You can take advantage of the 3-day free trial to see if...

Vultr

Vultr is pretty good, especially if you’re looking for a versatile and adaptable cloud hosting provider. Some customers have found fault with the customer service, but I was impressed by what I saw. Perfect for ecommerce companies, I give them a pretty solid B.

Superb Internet

Superb Internet is a great hosting company. It provides a generous amount of resources along with a one-click installer if you are a beginner and support for advanced coding languages for more tech-savvy users. Better yet, it owns and operates its own data centers, which means it can guarantee the highest level of availability.

Aziende Italia

Aziende Italia is an Italian website hosting provider offering a comprehensive selection of services. Their value-adds include a stellar uptime SLA, 24/7 support, and SSD storage.

TMDHosting

TMDHosting is a pretty good budget web hosting provider with a few standout features like the daily backups and 24/7 customer service. You get what you pay for, and as long as you don’t go in with unrealistically high expectations, it won’t let you down.

TurnKey Internet

TurnKey Internet is an impressive website hosting company. They own their own American data center, have excellent network availability, and offer 24/7 technical support.

Web Hosting Bingo

Web Hosting Bingo is an affordable yet good quality website hosting provider. Their plans are well thought out and offer generous inclusions.

PremiumHosting Chile

Premium Hosting Chile provides a full range of professional website hosting services. They offer great quality customer service, an excellent uptime guarantee, and top quality hardware.

PlotHost

PlotHost is an American website hosting company that offers CentOS-based shared and reseller hosting with an uptime SLA.

M5 Hosting

M5 Internet Hosting is an enterprise-level website hosting company offering dedicated server rental and cloud hosting. They have servers located in three data centers around the world.

Power Up Hosting

U.S. hosting provider Power Up Hosting offers SSD shared hosting plans. With generous resources and excellent customer service, its plans are hard to fault apart from limited support for programming languages beyond PHP.

Strad Solutions

Indian company Strad Solutions offers enterprise-level hosting plans. Backups cost extra, but don’t let this dissuade you from checking out its feature-packed packages delivered from multiple Tier III and Tier IV data centers.

1uhost.com

1Uhost is a South Florida company that specializes in shared hosting, reseller hosting and VPS solutions. Founded in 2001, they have grown a loyal user base because they provide affordable hosting services and excellent customer support.

Canadian Cloud Hosting

Canadian Cloud Hosting is a 100% cloud-based website hosting service (hence the name). They offer excellent uptime, Canadian-based servers, and 24/7 customer service.

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Blog Posts

Website Accessibility Made Easy: Your 2021 Ultimate Guide

Website accessibility means making your website easy for everybody to access, including users with disabilities or impairments of some type or other. The Internet is a non-physical space, so it should be equally accessible to all - but only if we all plan for accessibility. “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an...

4.9
May 23, 2021
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Constant Contact vs. AWeber – Which Is Best for Small Businesses?

An email marketing services provider helps freelancers and small businesses expand their lead generation potential and increase their revenue using digital marketing. A good email marketing services platform adds power to your marketing efforts without you needing to add extra employees. We review two leading email marketing services for small businesses in a head to head...

5.0
April 20, 2021
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Hosting Raja vs HostPapa – Close Match, but Only One Winner 2021

Hosting Raja is a 100% Indian hosting provider, whereas HostPapa is a Canadian host with an office in India. Although Hosting Raja appears to offer lower initial prices than HostPapa, things take a completely different turn when you checkout. I tested both Hosting Raja and HostPapa in terms of performance, pricing, features, security, and support. While Hosting Raja has an...

4.3
April 20, 2021
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Netregistry vs Crazy Domains – Hard to Choose, but I Did 2021

Netregistry and Crazy Domains are both popular Australian-based domain registrars and web hosting services. You'll get cheaper and more feature-packed hosting with Crazy Domains, whereas Netregistry provides better domain services. To compare Netregistry and Crazy Domains, I tested them across different categories, including pricing, features, performance, and...

4.7
April 07, 2021
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A2 Hosting vs Kinsta – Hard to Choose, but I Did 2021

A2 Hosting vs Kinsta is a tough battle that came down to the tiniest details to crown the victor. A2 Hosting boasts an array of hosting plans for small to medium-sized businesses, while Kinsta only sells managed WordPress and WooCommerce hosting for medium to large businesses. To give a fair comparison and final verdict, I focused on five main criteria. A2 Hosting came out...

4.0
March 23, 2021
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Crazy Domains vs SiteGround – Hard to Choose, but I Did 2021

At first glance, Crazy Domains appears to be cheaper than SiteGround, but it charges you for lots of addons that SiteGround offers for free. After evaluating Crazy Domains and SiteGround in five different categories (pricing, features, performance, security, and support), I found that Crazy Domains has many limitations in WordPress hosting. SiteGround also scored better...

4.3
March 17, 2021
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Kinsta vs GreenGeeks – Hard to Choose, but I Did 2021

Putting two powerful hosts against each other is tough as old boots, but not impossible. Both Kinsta and GreenGeeks are among the most recommended web hosting services. GreenGeeks offers an array of affordable hosting options for small to medium-sized websites. Kinsta provides a truckload of WordPress hosting packages. To make a proper comparison between these two hosting...

4.7
March 16, 2021
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HostPapa vs Hostwinds – Our Surprising Results 2021

In this HostPapa vs Hostwinds comparison, I was shocked to find that HostPapa charges much more than Hostwinds for its VPS hosting plans. It also offers more limited resources. To properly evaluate HostPapa and Hostwinds, I put them against each other across multiple categories, including pricing, performance, features, and customer support. Hostwinds proved to have better...

4.0
March 16, 2021
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HostPapa vs GreenGeeks – Hard to Choose, but I Did 2021

HostPapa and GreenGeeks are both popular for budget-friendly prices. However, I was disappointed to find that HostPapa charges for add-ons that come for free with GreenGeeks. To compare HostPapa and GreenGeeks, I thoroughly tested them across five different categories, including pricing, features, and performance. GreenGeeks defeated HostPapa in three out of five...

Hostinger vs. Digital Ocean – Which One Is Actually Better? 2021

While Hostinger’s hosting services are meant for all – from tech novices and beginners to developers and pros, DigitalOcean focuses on offering developer-friendly plans. Though their cloud hosting plans may seem similar, they are not. I evaluated both these providers on features, performance, pricing, security, and support. I find Hostinger to be slightly ahead of DigitalOcean...

Hostinger vs. NameCheap – Close Match, but Only One Winner 2021

Thanks to their cheap hosting plans, especially shared and WordPress, Hostinger and NameCheap may appear quite similar. However, these web hosting providers have quite a few differences that you should be aware of. I tested both on multiple parameters and found NameCheap hosting lagging a bit behind Hostinger. Click here to see Hostinger’s latest deals or read on to know...

Hostinger vs. Byethost – Which One Is Actually Better [2021]

Both Byethost (managed by iFastNet, its parent company) and Hostinger offer a wide variety of hosting services. But this doesn’t mean they’re similar. There are certain key differences between the two that you need to know about to make a wise choice. To help you in this task, I tested both these web hosting providers in multiple categories. I found that Hostinger convincingly...

Hostinger vs. AWS – Popular Doesn’t Mean Better 2021

Hostinger is a hosting service provider that’s suitable for almost all – from novices and start-ups to big companies and enterprises. In contrast, AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a popular IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service) solution. Though it’s easy to begin with, it could soon get quite confusing and messy. I used multiple key parameters to evaluate both Hostinger and AWS. I...

Hostinger vs. Byte – Which One Is Actually Better? [2021]

Hostinger offers a wide bouquet of hosting services while Netherlands-based Byte offers managed cloud hosting services for e-commerce. This is just a small example of how different these two providers are. But there’s more to know about. I tested both on multiple parameters like features, performance, pricing, support, etc. to find out which would be an overall better choice...

Hostinger vs HostPapa – Hard to Choose, but I Did [2021]

HostPapa may not be as popular as Hostinger, but it's still a go-to web hosting service for small businesses. To make a fair comparison of Hostinger and HostPapa, I tested both services across several parameters. I found that HostPapa has lower prices, but Hostinger offers more value-added features and better performance. Click here to see Hostinger's latest deals or...

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