Apart from a wide variety of hosting services (shared, semi-dedicated, reseller, VPS, and cloud), it also offers domain services and SSL certificates.
Hawk Host’s website is in English, but its client area supports twenty-five additional languages.
Features and Ease of Use
Hawk Host offers two shared hosting plans (Primary and Professional) that come with:
- CloudLinux OS
- 10 GB to unlimited SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth, databases, and domains
- Free unlimited SSL certificates
- Support for multiple versions of PHP, Python, and Ruby
- Unlimited IMAP/POP3 email accounts
- Free migrations
- CageFS and Imunify360 for robust protection
- Free Memcached server
- SpamAssassin and SpamExperts anti-spam solutions
These plans come with the Fantastico and Softaculous one-click installers to help you install applications such as Magento and WordPress easily. Alternatively, you can create your website using the Weebly website builder’s drag-and-drop interface that requires no coding knowledge.
Daily R1Soft backups ensure optimal protection for your data.
Hawk Host uses enterprise-grade, high-performance SSD storage for improved reliability and performance. Page loading speeds are further improved by the Cloudflare CDN that caches local copies of content closer to your customers or other website visitors.
Apart from its shared hosting plans, Hawk Host also offers two semi-dedicated hosting plans, three reseller hosting plans, three VPS plans, five cloud server plans, and two cloud hosting plans.
Although you get an SLA-backed 99.9% uptime guarantee, this is not as good as you get with many other hosts.
Pricing and Support
Hawk Host’s hosting plans are affordably priced. You can pay for them in USD via PayPal, credit card, Bitcoin, or Alipay on monthly, yearly or biennial billing cycles. Since you can benefit from discounts of 10% (on annual billing) or 20% (on biennial billing), you will be pleased to hear that there is a 30-day money-back guarantee to reduce the risk of a significant commitment.
The customer support team can be contacted via telephone, ticket system, online contact form, email or live chat. Live chat wasn’t available when I wanted to try it, but my test ticket submission was answered in less than an hour:
Hawk Host’s community forum, knowledge base, and a status page are good places to go for self-support. And don’t forget to check out the company blog that contains some additional tutorials.