I was using for the last few years hostgator. It was convenient for me as I was able to use addon domains (I have 5-6 small sites and prefer to maintain them on one hosting). Until the other day when those idiots just stopped 3-4 of my domains for getting to omuch traffic. While I’m completely aware that their unlimited bandwidth is just BS I have to say I’m furious with those clowns – 2 of the domains generate like 200-300 visits per month only but they still closed them!
Long story short – I’m leaving the hostgator idiots and I’m looking for good shared hosting solution with addon domains option. Any suggestions?
Never had problems with MediaTemple myself (dv4), though it seems some users here on the forums have.
- Author has had an Item Featured
- Author had a Free File of the Month
- Has been a member for 3-4 years
- Referred between 10 and 49 users
- Exclusive Author
- Bought between 10 and 49 items
- Sold between 50 000 and 100 000 dollars
- Beta Tester
I’m using Site5 and I’m happy with it
I recommend you to take a look at http://asmallorange.com or, if you want to host WordPress websites, check out http://wpengine.com Both of them are really good solutions and their services are top-notch.
Personally, I was using Media Temple’s service since 2012 but moved to Digital Ocean a couple of months ago… and I can’t be happier with the change. However, Digital Ocean is better suited for people who understand how to configure a server from scratch and want full control of their machines (SSH access as a root user, so we can do anything we want) ...I definitely don’t recommend their service to complete beginners.
I strongly encourage you to switch from Shared Hosting to VPS. They really worth the hassle!
Thanks guys, we are actually using digital ocean for WP but I need one for several sites I’m using
Thanks! I’m new to Themeforest/Envato- don’t know how I never found this place before. I’ve been pretty dissatisfied with the long waits for customer service with Host Gator. I’m a novice and need a bit of hand holding at times, and it looks like SiteGround might be for me.