According to its Facebook page, Blue Geek Hosting was founded in September 2017 to help bloggers, small business owners, and marketers establish an affordable online presence. This Indian host offers shared hosting, virtual servers, domain services, and SSL certificates. Its website also alludes to reseller hosting, but the link leads only to the vendor’s F.A.Q. page.
Blue Geek Hosting’s servers are located in New York City (U.S.A.), and its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Blue Geek Hosting offers eight shared Linux hosting plans and five cloud-VPS plans. The three “Standard” shared hosting plans provide you with:
- 99.9% uptime
- cPanel control panel
- One hosted domain
- 1 GB to 3 GB SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth
- 1 to 10 FTP accounts
- 5 to 25 email addresses
- 2 to 10 MySQL databases
- 5 to 25 subdomains
- Free Let’s Encrypt SSL
- Custom php.ini
The one-click script installer makes it easy for you to install popular CMS systems such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. Once your website is up-and-running, this host provides weekly backups to safeguard your data.
Underpinning your hosting is SSD storage that is far faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage. You can upgrade or downgrade with one click, and simply pay the tariff difference for your new plan.
Ultimately, you could upgrade to the ultimate plan that the company claims to be the industry’s fastest shared hosting. This plan could be ideal for e-commerce websites, and it comes with unlimited domains, subdomains, bandwidth, email addresses, FTP accounts, and MYSQL databases.
Pricing and Support
Blue Geek Hosting’s shared hosting plans are dirt-cheap. You can pay for them in U.S. dollars or Indian rupees via PayPal (hence credit/debit cards), CCAvenue, or Instamojo on monthly to biennial billing cycles (depending on the plan). The 30-day money-back guarantee gives you a month to change your mind and receive a refund.
Contact this company’s customer support team via live chat, email, tickets, or online contact form. I received rapid responses to my pre-sales support questions via the live chat channel:
It’s a good thing that one-to-one support is so good because the self-support resources are disappointing. The knowledgebase contains only one entry, and the blog link leads to a “404 (not found)” error.