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Best Ever Web Hosting Sites

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Arvixe Web Hosting
Everyone has different requirements, but odds are high that Arvixe will meet most of your needs. Arvixe hits all our major requirements, including a choice of Linux- or Windows-based servers and unlimited monthly data transfers and storage. In addition, Arvixe’s spam filters, helpful customer support, e-commerce, and ease of use make it the best Web hosting service that we’ve tested, and the best service for those who are new to the Web hosting game.  Read the full review ››
InMotion Web Hosting
 InMotion Hosting, the PCMag Editors’ Choice for managed WordPress hosting, is the best of the dozens of hosting services that we’ve reviewed. Not only does it have excellent managed WordPress features, but numerous hosting packages that offer unlimited domains, storage, and monthly data transfers. The customer service is top-notch, too. Read the full review ››
HostGator Web Hosting
That cartoon alligator notwithstanding, HostGator is a serious Web host. It is stable and reliable, and if you are worried about pricing, HostGator’s raft of discounts and promotions will keep costs under control. Even better, HostGator’s excellent dedicated server packages make the Web host the Editors’ Choice in the dedicating Web hosting category. Read the full review ››
Dreamhost Web Hosting
The excellent Dreamhost offers more high-end options than Arvixe, but it is slightly harder to get started. If you are a savvy website administrator and don’t need the hand holding, then considering investing in Dreamhost’s unlimited email, storage, and monthly data transfers. Dreamhost doesn’t have a site builder, so be prepared to purchase one. Still, it reigns with Arvixe as an Editors’ Choice for overall Web hosting services, especially for experienced website masters who really want to reach under the hood and tinker with their site. Read the full review ››
GoDaddy Web Hosting
GoDaddy has one of the slickest marketing machines on the Web. If you’ve only heard of one of the services on this list, chances are it’s GoDaddy. GoDaddy offers incredible customer service, email that’s integrated into Microsoft products, and a flexible site-building tool, but some niggles prevent it from being the king of the Web hosting hill. Read the full review ››
1&1 Web Hosting
1&1 does many things right: It has easy-to-use website creation tools, simple WordPress setup, and wallet-friendly prices, but competitors outshine it in website-building flexibility and customer service response time and knowledge. Read the full review ››
Bluehost Web Hosting
Bluehost is a respectable Web host that makes setting up a site or WordPress blog a breeze. It looks and feels a lot like HostMonster because they share a parent company, but if you are very security conscious, you may like Bluehost’s offerings better. The Mojo Marketplace has a great selection of third-party applications that you can install to your account. Read the full review ››
HostMonster in many ways looks and feels like Bluehost as they share the same parent company. Don’t make the mistake of thinking they are cookie cutter copies, as HostMonster is easier to use and offers a lot of cool add-ons. Like many of our other top-rated Web hosts, HostMonster offers Weebly as its site builder. Read the full review ››
Media Temple
Media Temple is known for its managed WordPress hosting, but its shared, VPS, and dedicated offerings aren’t slouches, either. Media Temple isn’t quite as well-rounded as Arvixe or Dreamhost, our overall Editors’ Choices for Web hosting services, but it’s still a capable host that may suit your needs. Read the full review ››
iteGround Web Hosting

SiteGround is the anti-Dreamhost. You pick SiteGround for your Web hosting needs if you need a lot of hand-holding and help getting your Website up and running. You may get less technical bang for your buck, but SiteGround’s phenomenal customer service and tutorials are perfectly suitable for small businesses and individuals.