The 7 Most Affordable US-Based Web Hosts

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Thursday, October 25, 2018    04:03PM / CopyAgents


Choosing a web host that is both affordable and actually meets your needs can be a real challenge –you’ll find tons of competitive offers and prices, each witha different combination of services. You’ll probably find yourself pouring over notes or spreadsheets trying to compare each host’s cost, bandwidth, usability, technical support –the list goes on and on! There are other companies out there like Mango Matter who have assembled guides of top web hosts to try to help simplify the process. This guide reviews the 7 most affordable web hosts in the United States. They all offer the best pricing on a variety of high-quality services, so you can be sure to find one that meets your unique needs without breaking the bank.

1. Green Geeks

Greek Geeks is great because not only are they super affordable (their lowest plan starts at just $3.95 a month), but they are also environmentally conscious. They use wind energy to power their data centers around the world, so you can feel good about your website’s carbon footprint. They also offer 24/7 support, unlimited disk space, and a 30-day no-risk, money-back guarantee –so there’s really nothing to lose.

2. Site Ground

Site Ground receives consistently good reviews from its customers –people love their speed and exceptional tech support. They are also very affordable (and currently offering a 67% discount on certain plans!) with their cheapest plan starting at just $3.95 a month. If that weren’t enough, they are also one of the few hosting companies that Word Press recommends, and their services extend beyond the US to enable you to target multiple countries.

3. HostGator Cloud

HostGator Cloud wins the title of the most affordable cloud hosting company, and it is also one of the best. They have a 99.96% uptime, advanced security, incredibly fast speeds that average 424ms, free site transfer, and a very knowledgeable and accessible support. They are currently offering a huge sale that brings their most basic package down to just $2.99 a month.

4. CloudWays

CloudWays is one of the best cloud hosting sites out there. They offer great scalability and near-instant deployments, as well as SSD hosting. They are supported bymore than 25 data centers and do well working through popular servers like Google, Amazon, and Vultr.

While they are slightly more expensive than other traditional hosting sites, they are one of the cheapest cloud hosting options you’re going to find behind Host Gator. Their lowest plan starts at $7 a month.

5. GoDaddy

GoDaddy is probably one of the most widely known web hosting companies in the US, and it also happens to be one of the most affordable. The most basic of their three most popular packages –web hosting, business hosting, and managed WordPress –start at just $2.49 a month for a three-year plan. Their uptime averages 99.95%, and they maintain speeds around 448ms. However, their tech support isn’t as strong as some other hosts.

6. Hostinger

Hostinger is probably about as cheap as you can get –their most basic plan for single shared hosting costs an astounding $ 0.80 a month. If you want premium shared hosting, it’ll only run you $3.49 a month. They usually have a decent uptime around 99.97% but have been known to have spikes of downtime during the month of December. They do have 24/7 live chat support on their website, which is an unexpected perk at the price they charge.

7. BlueHost

In researching web hosting companies, you’ve probably come across Bluehost more than once. That’s because they host more than 2 million sites and are consistently rated as one of the top web hosts in the world. They have an average uptime of 99.99% and average loading speeds of 427ms. All their plans include a free domain and 24/7 live chat support –the only downside is that the cheapest plan (which is $2.95 a month) requires a 36-month commitment.


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