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[toggle title=”Video Discription” state=”close”]Bluehost $3.95/mo Plan:
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WPEngine $28/mo Plan:
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How will a $3.95 service stack up against a $99 service?

Why people use Bluehost
Why I use Bluehost
History of bluehost
How fast is WordPress vs Wpengine?
Why I use Wpengine instead of Bluehost

Bluehost started in 1996
Bluehost started in 1996 and steadily grew to become one of the largest web hosting companies in the world. It now powers more than 2 million websites from all over the world.

EIG also owns Hostgator and a ton of other hosts making them one of the largest hosts on the web.

Bluehost pros

Pricing: Their hosting plans are well within the reach of most users, particularly those who are just starting out.

Reliability: They power a large number of websites with minimum downtime.
No hidden charges: There are no hidden fees when signing up for your account.
Free domain: You get a free domain name for 1 year when you signup.

Bluehost cons

Higher domain renewal price Their free domain renewal price is higher than average.

Upselling Addons: They have an aggressive upsell process during signup. But you can easily uncheck all the addons if you don’t need them.
They aren’t the fastest or most reliable. You get what you pay for and I use WPengine for the fastest delivery of my wordpress sites along with backups. WpEngine is $92/month 20x more expensive

Bluehost vs WPEngine speed test

This random website got an 86 which makes it faster than 85% of websites out there and that’s for just $3.95/month

Wpengine vs Bluehost speed test

This website got a 91 which makes it 93% faster than the rest of the web. That’s for $92 or $88 more than bluehost. So when you consider the value of your money, I think the extra $88 is not worth it for the majority of people.

Websites are most likely slow due to the theme not the hosting
Here are the fastest loading free WordPress themes:

I use WpEngine because it helps scale all my sites
I have 25 sites managed on WPengine and for me it’s a lot easier to manage all of my sites in one platform with WPengine. My sites get near 250k Unique visitors per month and bluehost just can’t scale this well.

Also I’ve had numerous sites crash in the past and WPengine has a great backup engine with everything in there.

They also have sftp accounts and provisioning so I can manage developers as well as staging environments to test things before they roll out.

WPengine is more expensive and a better solution for hosting your website for me, but for beginners I still suggest bluehost for $3.95 per month.

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