Bluehost Unlimited Domain Hosting


On average Bluehost pages take 25% more time to load than pages hosted by other top hosting providers. This time difference may not seem like much, but did you know that almost three quarters of your traffic will bounce if your page fails to load within 5 seconds? Sluggish loading speeds hurt your user experience, thereby decreasing your visitors and your profits. Sure, Bluehost is still far ahead of a lot of smaller web hosts, but they’re at the bottom of the barrel among their top competitors. We’d point to speed as the number one element they could work to fix if they’d like to improve their service. If speed is your top priority in a web host, you might be interested in paying an extra few dollars a month for superfast A2 Hosting.


Turns out Bluehost blames the site developer and the site developer blames Bluehost for any problems anyway. Although my other site with Godaddy is small in comparison, the speed of the Godaddy site is so much faster, I literally cannot even count the 1 Mississippi before the page loads. Considering the millions and billions of pages on the internet, why is it that Bluehost seems to have so many problems with my few dozen web pages? Am I one of the few unlucky ones or is any website with more than a few pages not compatible with Bluehost hosting performance anymore? Is there a site storage size, where Bluehost is no longer viable for fast page load times? Am I correct in assuming that Bluehost is not a hosting company for any website with a desire for growth in sales? Perhaps I should have discontinued with Bluehost after the 3rd site downtime, but alas, how do I know some other hosting company won’t be the same or worse? Ultimately, the question from me is. . Is Bluehost capable of providing the 2 second or less page load times for a growing ecommerce site with dozens or hundreds of products and what hosting plan price will that be?

You don’t need that much of a storage or bandwidth. When you are just a starting business, your bandwidth and storage needs are very basic. Do not fall for unlimited bandwidth and storage in the beginning because you’ll pay for something you won’t use. If your web pages aren’t heavy and there are no downloadable materials, even a few GBs of bandwidth will be more than enough.
We regularly run customer bandwidth and disk space utilization data through a series of statistical analyses and use the results of these studies to define “normal”. Although the actual results of these analyses vary from month to month, one thing remains constant: 99.95% of our customers fall into "normal" range. Typically, customers who fall outside the normal range are using their accounts for file storage and sharing rather than website hosting.
On average Bluehost pages take 25% more time to load than pages hosted by other top hosting providers. This time difference may not seem like much, but did you know that almost three quarters of your traffic will bounce if your page fails to load within 5 seconds? Sluggish loading speeds hurt your user experience, thereby decreasing your visitors and your profits. Sure, Bluehost is still far ahead of a lot of smaller web hosts, but they’re at the bottom of the barrel among their top competitors. We’d point to speed as the number one element they could work to fix if they’d like to improve their service. If speed is your top priority in a web host, you might be interested in paying an extra few dollars a month for superfast A2 Hosting.
Well, I’ve had nothing but hard pressure salesman trying to sell me a website build and SEO word local for $6,000.00 for 6 months; including the website for $3,000.00. They do not want to provide help as the advertise with your webhosting; they make rude comments about you and try to take in the Money from you. They told me how dump I was and I needed to pay them. They won’t spend the time with you to get start. They offer ridiculous high costs for help and then tell me I can make a profit teaching some one else. As you are reading costs for help, you will notice how the prices keep going up and they keep being dishonest. Beware of them. Good Luck asking for a manager!!!
It took me 20 to 30 minutes in a chat queue and another 15 or 20 minutes going back and forth with the person on the other end of the chat to get a simple contact email for bluehost–because there are none published anywhere on their site or online. Not for basic questions–about anything. Not for feeback–about anything. Not for suggestions–about anything.
Based on my experience with both companies – and talking with people who use both as well – I’ve found GoDaddy’s support to be adequate. I always have to wait several minutes on the phone. I always have to explain a couple times what my issue is. But overall, they get the job done, and my problem fixed. No horror stories – just nothing super-special.
I migrated over to BlueHost after I found that my previous hosting company was blocking my client's emails as Spam without notifying either party. BlueHost had been recommended by a colleague and the process to migrate my URL was fairly painless. Unfortunately, the platform that I had built my site on previously was not supported, and I had to rebuild from scratch. (this I don't consider a negative, just a factor of doing business) I tried a WordPress site, but found the format too constricting. I eventually used an HTML based product and I was easily able to upload those files and create my website. I wholly recommend BlueHost as web hosting provider.
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