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✅ Hostinger ➡️
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✅ HostGator ➡️
Hosting a website is usually a long-term process, and you want to get a reliable provider for that. No one wants to jump ship after a month… That’s why I’ve taken 3 of the most popular providers to do an extensive HostGator vs Hostinger vs Bluehost comparison…Let’s get cracking…
Pricing and Plans!
ℹ️ Let’s move on to pricing and hidden fees. If we look at just the numbers alone, Hostinger is by far the cheapest provider here. Bluehost comes in second and HostGator is the most expensive. Does being more expensive mean more resources and features? Sort of. If we take a look at resources Hostinger clearly takes the lead, even the cheapest plan has way more storage space allocated. It also includes 1 professional email account and unmetered bandwidth. In fact, all 3 providers have no restriction on bandwidth, so you don’t need to calculate anything, your hosting plan will adapt. And all 3 offer free domain names for the first year, which saves you about $10 – $15 bucks.
Ease of Use!
🥇 The reason for this is that HostGator uses two control modes – its custom dashboard and cPanel. This wouldn’t be a problem, but you are FORCED to use cPanel for nearly every task. No matter if you’re installing WordPress or creating an email account. This problem is only applicable to beginners since most old-school users are probably quite familiar with cPanel.
🥇 But do you know who uses cPanel, yet is perfect for beginners? Bluehost… just like HostGator it uses 2 control dashboards, but instead of forcing you to use cPanel, you can do nearly every task on both of them. If you’re a beginner, you can install WordPress with the quick setup… I mean just look how cleaner and simpler it is compared to HostGator.
🥇 We’re finishing this ease-of-use part with a Hostinger review. It has probably the simplest approach of the three – Hostinger only uses a proprietary dashboard called hPanel. That’s it, no cPanel here. And no need to switch between different panels no matter if you’re just creating an email account or managing SSH access.
✅ The results – Hostinger loaded my empty WordPress website in 0.9 seconds while having an LCP of just 0.7 seconds. HostGator was slower by 0.3 seconds, loading fully in 1.2, and LCP was around 0.6. The slowest in this comparison was Bluehost, it took 2.1 seconds to load fully and the LCP was 1.2. So every provider fits nicely in that Google recommendation… Yes it’s an empty WordPress, so your performance will vary, but at least no provider seems to have slow infrastructure.
Ease of Use!
Plans and Pricing!
Performance – Speed
Performance – Uptime
Alright, we came to the conclusion of my Hostgator vs Hostinger vs Bluehost comparison and the winner overall is… Hostinger. It’s cheaper, faster, newer, and more user-centric. Bluehost doesn’t fall short behind, but it’s more for business beginners, and HostGator offers old-school hosting with decent resources.
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