Recommend good webhosting

Started by klara, Aug 19, 2022, 08:32 AM

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Can you recommend affordable web hosting service that is suitable for a blog? It's important that the price-to-quality ratio is good. Also, it should be easy to install WordPress from the control panel of the website. As for the domain name, is it advisable to register or buy it on the same website as the hosting service?
I understand the possible concern about having all eggs in one basket, but what is your opinion on this matter?


For my smaller projects, I have found zomro to be a reliable hosting provider with good loading speeds and no major issues over the past four months. They even offer a 10-day trial and features like auto-installation of engines, free certificates, and domain name registration. Choosing the right hosting provider is crucial for ensuring speed, stability, security, and uptime.

One painful lesson we learned was that cutting corners on hosting can result in sluggish performance and lost business. After experiencing slow load times and database overload with our previous provider, we switched to and have been pleased with the stability. In summary, it's important to prioritize quality over simply going for the cheapest option.

P.S. Doing your research and reading reviews from other users can also help you make an informed decision about which hosting provider to choose.


I use DigitalOcean myself. Very easy to set up. From $4 (512MB RAM, 10GB SSD), and the billing is hourly (if you don't need a server for a whole month, you can just delete it).


On the WordPress platform, you can conveniently and inexpensively run your blog. Initially, WordPress was designed for blogs. If you are not familiar with it, go to their official website, they will give you a free trial for a while. Lots of  useful plugins and easy to navigate.

Anthony Brooks

I recommend you use services. Here you can register a name and choose hosting for your purposes. The price starts a little higher than the most budget options, but it has a lot of advantages - from free ssl to popular cms with a good user support system.


Unfortunately no one is even close to Google and no one will refuse it, only their main search page is worth, Yandex is good but you have to go everywhere and poke around in the glory... Yandex is nice, but you have to climb all over the place and poke around... but that's if you understand where and how things should be, and how you're more comfortable, and making the main search page blank is something else..., a great achievement... and then you can bring the convenience of Google... It is a pity that the website builder is gone, and the documents are so-so, as well as many others, but still Yandex has its strong points, and they are not few... and as an alternative to google quite fit and somewhere even better

Colin Clark

Quote from: klara on Aug 19, 2022, 08:32 AMAdvise, please good hosting.
1) inexpensive. Price/quality ratio
2) for a weblog
3) easily from the control panel (on the website) install WordPress
4) register (buy) a domain name on the same website (I know what you will say, it's bad to keep eggs in one basket..)

There are many good hosting providers, even at the cloud level, but it all depends on how much you are willing to pay. Here you said that you need hosting for a blog with CMS Wordpress. Good. I offer you A2 Hosting, Hostinger, Blueness. If we are talking about a cheap option, then take Hostinger (free domain and ssl).


Take a look at this hosting - , in my opinion, it fits all your requirements, and then see for yourself, you can use it.
Here is more detailed information in detail about hosting, the Starting one can withstand 3500 visitors without problems, I think 5000 will also withstand (tested on itself). I think you should look from "Successful" and higher.

Eric Leboeuf

It's undeniable that every hosting provider has its own advantages and disadvantages. For instance, SiteGround is a suitable choice for beginners in web blogging with up to 100,000 monthly visitors. It offers multiple perks such as an SSL certificate, fast website loading, and built-in support for promotion and WordPress. On the other hand, Constant Contact is a great option for website development with strong support and unlimited free space, but its proprietary website builder means it lacks WordPress capability.

If you're starting a web blog, it's recommended to choose a reliable and established hosting provider like Bluehost. With a comprehensive suite of features and reasonable pricing, it's a well-rounded choice that won't break the bank.

Don't forget to consider your specific needs and goals when choosing a hosting provider. Research and comparison can help ensure you find the best option for your situation