Godaddy India vs Bluehost India vs Hostgator India: Honest Review

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Mathias Amodu

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Mathias Amodu, a passionate blogger with full interest in making the world a better place for upcoming webmasters in the society at large
Godaddy India vs Bluehost India vs Hostgator India: Honest Review 1
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Actually have been blogging for almost 5 years. In my 5 years of blogging experience, I have created up-to 10 blogs related to different niches including health care, job updates, news site and many sites related to different Niches.
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I will share my experience about what I learned in my blogging experience.
To be honest, I had only 1 goal in the beginning that is I wanted to earn money online. So, I tried different niches through which I can get a lot of traffic as well as money. For e.x: I created a blog on healthcare where I used to share health tips but because I hadn’t got any knowledge in health care so I finally closed that blog because I hadn’t got enough content.
Then I started job updates blog but that blog had also not given me enough response but I had earned up to $200 from Google Adsense. However, my account was blocked from Google because of their policy. Similarly, I created many blogs like that.
As a fresher, you can easily understand that how difficult it is to find a niche (blog category) and domain name etc. But I can say that my blogging failure has helped me a lot in learning different concepts of Digital Marketing.
Because in my starting 2 years blogging journey, I hadn’t got a “Credit Card” so I was not able to buy hosting plans which were in ($). So, I just bought hosting from India servers or companies which were accepting Indian currency.
My first hosting company was Godaddy. You know why, just because it was cheap and every fresher go for the cheapest option. So, I purchased a domain name and hosting(2 years plan to save maximum). But friend frankly I must say that Godaddy had totally disappointed me.
Why? Because of its slowest speed. My blogs were taking a lot of time to load which was creating a bad user experience and because of this, no body liked to visit my blog. This was not only creating a bad user experience but slow loading website is not at all liked by search engines like Google.
So, after few months I went to Bluehost India because I heard that it’s very good hosting service. Actually, I hadn’t got a credit card so I was not able to buy Bluehost U.S hosting. So, I just purchased Bluehost India hosting.
However, I can say that Bluehost India is much better than Godaddy in terms of speed and technical support. But friends, I would like to tell you that Bluehost U.S and Bluehost India are different so don’t get confused between them. Bluehost U.S is much better than Bluehost India and it is officially recommended by WordPress.
After trying Bluehost India for almost 10 months I thought to go for Hostgator India. You know why? As I have already mentioned that I was trying different categories of websites which can pay me maximum. But with my Bluehost India hosting, I had the option of hosting a single domain because at that time I was not knowing the meaning of multi domain hosting.
So, I decided to purchase Hostgator India multi-domain hosting plan.
By that time I realized the importance of purchasing multi domain hosting plan. So, I purchased Hatchling plan of Hostgator India.
LET ME COMPARE GODADDY INDIA VS BLUEHOST INDIA VS HOSTGATOR INDIA
Based on my 3 years of blogging experience, I can say that the best Hosting provider for Indian server is Hostgator India.
See below points to know why?
1. Speed or loading Time:
In terms of speed, I can say that a blog hosted on Godaddy takes up-to 20–25 seconds to load while on Bluehost India it takes 10 seconds to load while on Hostgator India it takes only 3-5 seconds to load. So, I advise my subscribers to go for Hostgator India. This is because loading time is the biggest SEO factor in ranking a website/blog on top of search engines.
2. Customer Support:
To be honest, I can say that I had a good technical support from Bluehost India as well as Hostgator India. But I had a very bad experience with Go Daddy.
3. Price:
In terms of price, I can say that Godaddy is very cheap. But its Quality is Below Average.
If I compare between Hostgator India and Bluehost India then both are costly and there is a little difference between their pricing if you go for their 1-year hosting plan.
If you want to save the maximum amount of money then I suggest you go for Hostgator India because they offer unlimited domain hosting with an awesome loading time.
This will not only save your money but will also help you to have a good blogging experience.
4. Uptime Guarantee:
In terms of uptime, I can say that Godaddy India has the lowest uptime. While if you talk about Bluehost India and Hostgator India then Bluehost India may offer you up to 99% Uptime guarantee while Hostgator India may offer 99.99% uptime guarantee.
Money-back Guarantee is provided by all three companies. So, you can try these companies without worring about loosing your money. But, to save your time i suggest you to go for Hostgator India if your targeted audience is mainly from India.
5. Solid/Reliability
Every time your web site goes down, so does your number of visitors. If you lose visitors, then you lose profit, members, reputation, etc. You cannot afford for your web site to be down—even for a short amount of time! To ensure the web host you’re looking at will be reliable, find out how many customers they have (typically the more the better), see if they have a guaranteed up-time, search for complaints about them on the internet and ask other users using their service about their experience (if you know any).
6. Speed
No one likes to wait in line to get what they want—they want it now or they wanted it yesterday. Starbucks delivers quickly and people know that the Starbucks line (even if long) moves fast. If your web site loads slow because it’s on an overburdened server or on a slow network, your visitors will go somewhere else. Make sure its blazing fast. Test the web hosts site and some of their customer’s sites to see how fast they load.
7. Space
Starbucks usually have indoor and outdoor seating to accommodate the most people. It’s not easy to move a restaurant and it’s not easy to move your web site. Make sure you have more than enough space for what you plan to do with your web site. Web space is cheap, so get a lot of it.
8. Substantial Bandwidth
Imagine if Starbucks was only allowed to have 1,000 customers per day and then they had to close their doors. This is essentially what bandwidth is for web sites. If you have too much traffic and use too much bandwidth, they cut off your web site or charge you more. It protects the web hosting companies from having someone who uses up all of the server resources.
9. Support
If you walked into a Starbucks and you couldn’t find an employee to take your order that would be really frustrating. When you have a problem with your web hosting company, you want to be able to reach some one and get a quick response. Find out if they have a published phone number, their hours of support, and how easy it is to reach someone.
10. Superior Features & Technology
When was the last time you heard some one ask for something at Starbucks they couldn’t make? When it comes to your web site, make sure you have all the options you need. Look into their control panel, number of allowed sub-domains, scripting language support, databases, and whether it is hosted on a Windows or Unix platform.
11. Sufficient Email
Find out if there is a limit to the number of email boxes you can have and what other email features they support. Make sure you have full control over them and can manage them yourself.
12. Secure Location
Web hosts that are local will likely be faster, more reliable and easier to contact than those that are not nearby. It’s best to at least have the web server be in the same country as most of your visitors. It doesn’t make sense to use a hosting company in the UK or Europe if you all of your visitors are in the United States. Also, make sure your web site information will be safe and secure on their servers.
13. Standard Pricing/Payment Plans
Finally, the last thing we can learn from Starbucks is that you get what you pay for. Starbucks charges more but you get better, faster service more of the time than you do at other coffee shops. When it comes to your web hosting company, you will usually get what you pay for—there are exceptions to every rule, but in general this is true. Also, beware for hosting companies that lure you with a low price but nickel and dime you for extra features that are standard on most web hosts.
14. Good Startup Support
An afterthought to get this list to 10 – I think a good sign of a quality hosting provider is one that helps the little guy, lots of hosting providers will give you a free domain name with the hosting account. Some will give you a discount on your first years hosting. Each of these gestures help keep a startup’s costs down. Every little helps so they say.
Because I’ve had great experiences with this company and have had some poor experiences with others I’ve got a personal favourite that I’d recommend to friends, family and strangers alike. This company ticks several of the boxes above and I currently have 4 websites hosted with them as I type. Their customer service team are quick to reply and fortunately I’ve never had a major issue for them to deal with (last issue was trying to get a sub domain working and not being able to find the right area of their control panel). This company is BlueHost. I’d avoid their basic package and go for the Prime one. This comes with hosting for multiple websites, plenty of disk space and unlimited email accounts. What more could you need.
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