Real Web Hosting Reviews
Have you ever wondered when you see Web Hosting Review Sites why the same hosts are always in the top 5? Believe us when we say they are not necessarily the best hosts. They are top because the web hosting companies pay huge commissions to all the review sites whenever someone buys hosting via their affiliate links. These sites tend to be full of fake reviews, and provide little or no benefit to the reader.
Best Host News is different.
Not only do we review each web host on it merits, but we keep you updated with best hosting news, discussions and other relevant information. We are also extremely active on various web hosting forums to ensure we have our finger on the pulse in order to give you real and honest information that you need to choose the best hosting provider.
All the latest Web Hosting News aimed at the consumer
Latest Web Hosting News
Not only is SiteGround one of the only hosts we know that offers dynamic Varnish-based caching on their Shared [...]
Hostnine are running a major promotion on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. These are some of the best offers [...]
There is an opportunity to pick up an incredible value hosting account here. If you have read our Justhost [...]
We have received notification that A Small Orange will be running a major promotion on Black Friday and Cyber [...]
Hostgator are throwing some interesting flash sales starting Black Friday, and running throughout the weekend into Cyber Monday and [...]
We were hoping that our no. 1 recommended host were going to offer a great offer for Black Friday, [...]
Eleven2 have some amazing Black Friday offers coming up, but the numbers of offers are limited for the best [...]
We must admit that our experience with Joomla is fairly limited. We grew up with Drupal, but for the [...]
Our Shared Hosting Reviews
A++ These are hosting providers WE ACTIVELY USE, and can recommend without a shadow of a doubt as being top class, with great features at a great price.
A+ These are hosting providers that WE ACTIVELY USE and think have a great set of features at a reasonable price, and have a great reputation around the web.
A These are hosts we think have a great set of features at a reasonable price and have a good reputation around the web, but we MAY NOT maintain active accounts.
B These are hosts that have a reasonable reputation around the web (for their price level), but may be lacking in certain features we think are important (but not essential) – i.e. cPanel. See review for details. We MAY NOT maintain active accounts with these hosts.
C These are hosts that we find to be lacking in some way and \ or may have problems with support or uptime. They can be subject to some criticism around the web. Check the review for details here. We MAY NOT maintain active accounts with these hosts.
Essentially, anything with Grade A we recommend as a web host. Grade B are ok, but you should check the review \ host for any limitations.
|A+||$3.47||10 GB||50 GB||Review|
A Small Orange
|A+||$4.25||1 GB||20 GB||Review|
Links to our other Review Rankings tables
New to Web Hosting?
If you are new to web hosting you may find the task of finding a web host daunting. You may be wondering why there is a huge price difference between hosting providers, or be tempted to sign up with a host that does the most advertising, simply because they seem popular. Well, our advice is to not rush into things. Take your time to understand which host is best for you. We hope you find our Reviews and Guides useful. A few of our must read guides are linked below:
- What are the different types of Web Hosting?
- What type of Web Hosting do you need?
- Do you need Unlimited Storage?
- Should I get my domain name with my Hosting Provider?
You can find the rest of our useful guides here. Otherwise, check out our latest articles below.
Latest Web Hosting Articles
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