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Thread: What host for Beginner websites?

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    Use Blue Host services and then use filezilla to upload files to server.

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    I love siteground hosting. They are the best imo. Anything cheap will suck and they will wipe your data sometimes or get hacked. Plus a lot of these cheap ones have super spammy and sketchy sites on their shared hosting. So I would not touch it with a ten foot pole.
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    no way stay away from hostgator. They were bought out and now suck. Anything that is owned by EIG is trash. Stay away from EIG. Get hosting that is backed up daily, provides free SSL certificates, and has fast time to first byte speeds.
    Muu Web Design | Life is awesome!

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    Something like Godaddy or bluehost would be good for a beginner site.


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