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Ever wonder what the best host might be for your faith blog or ministry site. Here’s a list of the top 25 produced by Blogging.org based upon a poll of 5600 bloggers. For your info the #2 is BlueHost the one I use for all of my sites. Their service is terrific.
I won’t tell you about bad experience I had with my previous host since it is not on the list. I can tell you from experience that it is very important to get a good reliable host that will give you expert and prompt service with ‘a smile’ when you need it. Also it’s good to choose one that’s been around a while and is in no danger of going belly up. Here’s the list:
Here are your Top 25 Hosting Companies in the World for Bloggers:
#1: HostGator (1907 of 5600 Bloggers)
Hostgator entered the web hosting scene in 2002, and currently support over eight million domains. They currently offer virtual private server hosting and dedicated server hosting, as well as reseller hosting.
#2 BlueHost (1023 of 5600 Bloggers)
BlueHost, sister site of HostMonster, also offers shared server web hosting. They have a free site builder service, and use cPanel for client access. They also have a hosting reseller program. They have been in business since 1996.
#3 Rackspace (690 of 5600 Bloggers)
Rackspace US, Inc. has been in business since 1998. Emphasizing support and customer service, their services range from cloud servers and sites to custom applications and managed colocation servers. They utilize OpenStack as their cloud computing infrastructure.
#4 Softlayer (667 of 5600 Bloggers)
SoftLayer provides dedicated server hosting, managed hosting, and cloud computing to its customers. Their virtual cloud servers, or CloudLayer servers, can be created and implemented on demand. They have been in operation since 2005.
#5 Amazon (483 of 5600 Bloggers)
Since 2006, Amazon Web Services has offered cloud computing and hosting services that currently support thousands of businesses around the world. Some of their products include Amazon Mechanical Turk, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud, and AWS Storage Gateway.