I am fairly satisfied with the quality of the web host iPage. They always have exceptionally low promotional offers sometimes as low as $2.99 per month for the next 3 years. Their page loads can be a little slow, but they are very reliable and inexpensive. Also understand that slow page loads can also be caused by bad HTML code or a poor CMS(content management system like WordPress for example). You do have to pay a little extra for domain name guarantees, but I think that is universal to all web hosting entities such as HostGator, BlueHost, FatCow, justhost, hostmonster, netfirms, dotster, ehost, ipower, entryhost, and purehost.
To show you how ultracompetitive the web hosting arena is, I was automatically routed to the live chat you see below. Rosie,employed by WhoIsHostingThis?, was either the bot or human I was chatting with. After a few Web Hosting questions, I still was not certain whether I was chatting with a human or some AI algorithm. I asked “her” what is the smallest state in the United States? It took around 1 minute for a reply as though a human was either googling or some sort of database lookup was being invoked to determine that Rhode Island was the answer.
One of the reasons web hosting is so almost cut throat competitive is that all the web hosting companies know that once you sign off, it is a big hassle to switch to another web host. That is why it is important to save your precious content in the event that your web host performance starts to fall off and you want to switch web hosting companies.
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