16 December 2008

Need Web Hosting? Ask the Geeks!

Are you looking for web hosting for your blog or website? There are so many choices for hosting that it is almost impossible to compare them all. Fortunately, WebHostingGeeks.com has done most of the work for us.

They list the top 10 web hosting services, with independent reviews by webmasters and customers of the best web-hosting providers. The website compares services like multiple domain hosting and free domain names, as well as the free advertising and free marketing credits included.

Also on the site, you may find out which host won the award for best budget hosting, best blog hosting or best forum hosting. Alternatively, which host has the best Unix hosting, best Windows hosting or best PHP hosting. They also have selected the top providers of unlimited domains on one account (BlueHost) and green web hosts, where alternative energy runs the servers (HostPapa, GoodAvocado).

Business customers will find reviews of the best e-commerce hosting, VPS hosting and email hosting. Read the reviews of customer service, uptime and technical support, issues that are important to all hosting customers, but can sound the death knell for a business.

I like the customer reviews. After you select and use a hosting provider, you may come by the website and write a review. The items that are reviewed are technical support, customer support, software, traffic, reliability and uptime, space, price, quality and user-friendliness.

WebHostingGeeks has a selection of articles that provide solid information on topics like how to choose the best web hosting service. I have bookmarked this site and will return again when I need a web hosting provider. This is, by far, the most comprehensive guide to web hosting and the site is easy to read and understand.


Anonymous said...

Nice review.. ;) yeah i think i want to move to other hosting providers..

CyberCelt said...

Busby-Let me know if you find a good one. I am looking for green hosting currently.

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