Hosting Advice You Can Trust

We sign up with and test web hosting services so that you can cut to the chase and choose the best solutions.

Our host ratings are based on actual server performance data and user experience. Companies are carefully evaluated on six key aspects: Host Performance, Features, Support, User Friendliness, Company Reputation, and Price.

 

 

 

 

Full list of hosting companies reviewed by WHSR.
Review index - See full list of our reviews here.

 

 

 

 


 

 

What you need in a perfect hosting deal.
Web Hosting: Want vs Needs.

Need Help with Website Hosting?

Our hosting guide is like map - only useful if you know where to go.

You need to understand what you need from a web host before you pick one.

For newbies, the no-brainer rule is to always start small with an affordable plan such as shared hosting. For more advanced users, your site usability is crucial - this means you need a stable and flexible hosting solution.

 

 

 

 


 

 

Starting a New Venture Online?

Creating a website - regardless of whether it's a blog, online store, or business website, is super easy with today's user-friendly web technology tools.

You don’t have to be a tech geek nor a programmer.

Follow the right method. Select the right platforms. Use the right publishing tools. You will be 100% fine.

Three Easy Ways to Create a Website.

 

 

Latest Articles by Team WHSR

 

The Big List of Online Business Ideas To Get You Started

  • Online Business
  • By Azreen Azmi
It’s 2018 and the internet continues to be a growing market for anyone who wants to start an online business. The fact that it’s a low-risk investment and that you won’t have to spend money on a brick…

How to Build a Website Like BuzzFeed with WordPress

  • WordPress
  • By Azreen Azmi
Stop me if this has happened to you before. You saw a really interesting article at Buzzfeed and decide to check out. When you’re done reading that article, you decided to take a quiz there as well. B…

Domain Flipping: Buy and Sell for Profit

  • Online Business
  • By Timothy Shim
After just about two years with increased focus in the online sphere of content and technology, I realised that in many ways, digital businesses can be very reflective of more traditional operations. …

 

 


 

 

Market Study: How Much to Pay for a Web Host?

hosting prices based on our market study (2018)
Web hosting prices based on study of 372 hosting plans - Learn more.

Hosting prices have changed drastically over the last 10 to 15 years.

In early 2000, a $8.95/mo package with basic features was considered cheap. Then the price dropped to $7.95/mo, then $6.95/mo, $5.95/mo, and lower.

We studied recent market trends and found that:

  • On average, hosting companies charge $4.84/mo for 24-month subscription (based on stats from 372 companies).
  • U.S.-based hosting companies charge $5.05/mo on their cheapest plans.
  • Rushed servers (overcrowded servers), slow support, and expensive renewal fees are some of the more common problems associated with cheap hosting.

In case you are looking for a cheap web host...

Find Cheap Web Hosting (below $5/mo) that Doesn't Suck.

 

 

 

Latest Hosting Articles

 

The Difference Between A Domain Name And Web Hosting

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Jerry Low
To make a website you must own a domain name and web hosting. But what’s a domain name? What’s a web hosting? Aren’t them the same? It’s important that you are crystal clear on…

5 Best Web Hosting for Small Business

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Azreen Azmi
One of the lessons I’ve learned after reviewing dozens of web hosts is that a good web host might not always be the right web host. Why? Because different kinds of websites will have different n…

How Green Web Hosting Works (and Which Hosting Companies Have Gone Green)

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Timothy Shim
Internet carbon footprint Quick link What is green web hosting Renewable Energy Certificate (REC) Carbon Offset Certificate (VER) Internet’s annual CO2 output Which web hosts have gone green (an…

SiteGround vs BlueHost vs InMotion Hosting

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Timothy Shim
To date, I’ve done several reviews on web hosts, but most of them have been very siloed. By this I mean that I assessed them against basic criteria on their own merits. Yet what happens when you need …

Should You Get Your Domain from Namecheap or GoDaddy?

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Timothy Shim
Most of us don’t think in terms of who our domain registrar is, since we just package it in with whichever web host we’re planning to go with. However, did you know that most web hosts are just resell…

The A-to-Z Guide to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for Online Businesses

  • Hosting Guides
  • By Timothy Shim
To build a relationship requires trust and this is much more intense for one in which the two sides most likely have and will never meet. Trust on the Internet is one of paramount importance, especial…

 

 


 

 

The People Behind WHSR

WHSR publishes articles and develops tools for users who help in hosting and building a website.

The hosting market is crowded with thousands of providers, each with different options. Our aim is to clear the smoke screens and get you to the core of the quality and value these companies offer.

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Jerry and Jason at WordCamp KL 2017

 

 

Jerry and Mike, CEO of Interserver