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Bluehost provides customers with low-cost shared hosting, as well as reseller, VPS and dedicated hosting. It offers cPanel, round-the-clock support and a range of free one-click install scripts and applications.

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★★★★ 284 reviews
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Hosting more than a quarter of a million domains, SiteGround is an established host managing well over 1,000 servers in three countries. Customers can access site builders, scripts and 24/7 support.

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Web Hosting Hub’s hosting services are aimed at novices, WordPress users and small businesses. It offers a site builder tool, advertising credits, a free domain, Softaculous access and free transfers.

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