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I renewed my web hosting with Bluehost web hosting company – I’ve talked about it so many times in the past that choosing the right web hosting service is so essential for any blog or website – Besides that, I’ve tested many web hosting companies and now sticking with Bluehost.
I might move to another one or start using any other VPS level service at a certain point – But there isn’t a chance right now… I left Hostgator and couple of more when I started feeling that downtimes are hurting my sites ranking…
I’ve used Bluehost for clients’ websites in 2010-11, but I started using Bluehost in November 2013 and found this web hosting quite reliable, effective, and reliable.
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Why I renewed my web hosting with Bluehost
There isn’t a single option to point out about Bluehost. It’s been an excellent experience with them. I’m going to tell you briefly why I’m using Bluehost and still loving it:
Reliability and Quality: I have to admit, Bluehost is among the top web hosting companies in the world. I found Bluehost web hosting quite reliable for running blogs and websites.
Powerful Shared Plans: The problem with most web hosting companies’ shared plans is that they aren’t capable of handling much traffic. I’ve found Bluehost’s shared plans quite powerful. If you’re starting a blog or a niche site, you don’t have to worry about switching to a VPS or a dedicated server early on.
Emailing Efficiency: Emailing is a significant element of communication. I have had problems with emailing with other hosting service problems. Thanks to Bluehost, I don’t have to worry about it now.
Satisfactory Customer Service: I found Bluehost’s customer service efficient and satisfactory. However, it needs to be quicker; sometimes, you have to wait in the queue to talk to customer care.
So, that was my experience with Bluehost – How did you find Bluehost? You can share with me and my readers on this blog. I would love to hear your story and experience with Bluehost.
P. S. I used Bluehost from 2013 to 2017.