I've tried hostinger, they are cheap but shared hosting is slow
I tried Hostgator Shared hosting is slightly faster but not e...展开
nough to justify the cost.
Finally i decided to try A2Hosting and i'm extremly satisfied with what they provide. The fact that they allow the client to chose the location of the server makes a huge difference. the server response time is faster than i hoped for.
Since i started with them i've only opened 2 support ticketw and those were resolve same day.
A2Hosting keep up the good work.
I've had a reseller account (now I have two) for over 15 years with hostgator, they've helped me earn over $1M dollars with m...展开
y web design and hosting business. In these 15+ years they have never once failed to quickly and perfectly answer any question and fix any issue. I host 170+ client sites with Hostgator's reseller plans. Thanks for all you've done for me.
As a software engineer, I do not trust A2 Hosting with any of my personal information or website hosting. Their policies are ...展开
very clearly flawed (or nonexistent? They’re busy trying to take down my reviews rather than fix their problems) insofar as account recovery and their support staff, to my direct experience, is very susceptible to phishing. I will not return to or recommend A2 in the future. Very disappointing staff. This is in addition to receiving poor website hosting help in the past.
I have used HG for over 10 years, I use HG for my own domain and I have recommended and migrated over a dozen customers to HG...展开
One small company with 5 employees (sending maybe 25 daily emails combined) has constant problems sending email. They are rejected by the recipient because the HG email server IP address is blacklisted. The outgoing servers IP address are frequently changed to help fight this, but it does not work for long. We call, they fiddle and say its fixed, 2 to 7 days later more rejected email. Eventually I run into a tech that says "this is because "some other customer" on the shared server sends spam and gets the server blacklisted". Tech support (used to be great) cannot fix it and, not knowing I'm a professional in the industry, spew complete BS in efforts to lay blame elsewhere.
Tier 2 tech supports response is "try gsuites or Office 365 - in other words "we cannot stop this from happening:" Looking for new hosting service now, and feeing bad for recommending them to a customer I've had over 20 years.