The infographic below is created based on my recent-updated BlueHost review.
There are hundreds, if not thousands, of reviews of BlueHost hosting on Internet. Most of these reviews talk about the same stuffs – unlimited hosting features, free domain for first year, and the almighty Anytime-Money-Back-Guarantee. Sure, those facts are important to know as a consumer but… well I am not going to beat the dead horse again. If you are looking for the real insider’s info (real user feedbacks, uptime records, untold secrets, and user reviews from an existing BlueHost customer for almost 10 years!) – READ MY REVIEW.
About BlueHost – The Company
BlueHost was started by Matt Heaton who started his first computer hardware business at age of 21. In Nov 2010, the company was sold to Endurance International Group, a NASDAQ-listed company who own dozens of other hosting brands including FatCow, EasyCGI, iPage, HostClear, Globat, JustHost, Hostgator, and so on. In June 2011, Matt Heaton resigned his role as the company CEO and assigned himself to work as a system architect within the company.
Today, BlueHost stands as one of the largest shared hosting providers in the industry. The web host powers more than 2,000,000 websites and sends data to 196 countries (statistics as in Dec 2012) from their datacenter at Provo, Utah. The once shared-hosting-only provider is now offering all four levels of web hosting services – shared, VPS, reseller, and dedicated hosting.
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