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Also, a famous one in the line, Bluehost, is owned by the EiG company, which also owns Hostgator. Apart from excellent customer support, scalability, and relatable rates, there is another thing. Which is that WordPress also recommends Bluehost. They have many web hosting options like shared hosting, VPS, dedicated servers, and WordPress hosting.
Cloud hosting is omitted here. You can also buy the Bluehost domains.COM domain can be purchased for $12.99 for the first year. The striking point is that they add many bonus features upon every upgrade. In comparison, other web host packages have only one to two added benefits. They have divided their plan into four types: Basic, Plus, Choice Plus, and Pro.
The starter kit is for $2.95 per month, but renewal costs more ($8.99). This is the only deal that restricts you to one website. But it offers 50 GB SSD storage with one allowed domain and a maximum of 200,000 files. It is meant for people who do not have high-scale service, typically smaller with lesser traffic. If we look at the HostGator vs. Bluehost basic plan, the pricing isn’t very different.
This one has the added advantage of multiple sites with unlimited SSD storage. Now that is a win-win situation for those who want to handle several sites and do not worry about storage limits. The introductory price is $5.45.
Other features are the same as its predecessor 24/7 customer support, templates, and free domain 1-year domain. The database, however, is unlimited and has a Microsoft Email essential license, and you can access it for 30 days.
The surprising thing about this particular plan is that the initial price of $5.45 is the same as that of the previous Plus package. However, its renewal rate is higher than the plus package. So what is new? Well, you get security and Bluehost domain privacy. There is also an automated backup option for one year.
Let’s talk about the most advanced offer. The real contrasting factor is CPU optimization which enhances processing power and speed. This Bluehost hosting plan specializes in websites that attract higher traffic. An excellent CPU manages traffic load well, and websites run faster without collapsing.
Also, the maximum allowed files jump from 200,000 to 300,000. That, however, does not come without a cost; the price reaches $13.95 per month while renewal costs $25.99.
Bluehost and WordPress go hand in hand. It has a tool called Bluerock, which provides a good experience while working with WordPress websites. The installation is also simplified due to the one-click installation system, or you can get it installed during account setup.
Bluehost also has a 30-day money-back guarantee, and you receive your amount without getting hidden charges.
They also have a Quickstart plan which is a 45-minute video session with the company expert. For starters, who do not know how to use Bluehost hosting plans, this can teach you various tools.