Who are you using for website hosting?
I recently switched from GoDaddy (3 websites) & BlueHost (2 websites) to SiteGround (all sites on one) and HOLY FREAKING MOLY! It was the best decision. Not only is it cheaper/faster/better, but their customer service is off the charts.
No more nickel and diming from GoDaddy. No more long phone calls with GoDaddy or BlueHost trying to figure out my site issues and then ultimately telling me I need to pay for something else to correct it. No more spending hundreds of dollars on subpar website speed.
Brief story from today:
I’m helping my Dad launch his Addiction Freedom Coaching Course website and the WordPress Elementor theme has been having load issues. I’ve been in the developer’s forum explaining my issues and they kept blaming it on my host. So, I called SiteGround (got them on the phone within 5 mins). The customer service rep showed me exactly how and why it wasn’t a host issue. Then, SiteGround provided exactly what I needed to explain to the developer in a custom link.
Long story-short: The developer has now logged in and corrected THEIR issue. We’re getting it handled after a week of problem solving. If it wasn’t for SiteGround – I wouldn’t have been able to figure this out… which would mean wasted money on the theme purchase.
I have at least five similar stories from SiteGround over the last three months since I switched – all great experiences with excellent customer service. So, of course I signed up for their affiliate program today after I got off the phone. And it’s what prompted me to write this product review today. I’m so happy with my decision to switch to SiteGround and I just had to share with all of you. Make the switch to SiteGround!
ALL OF THAT FOR AS LOW AS $7/MONTH!
Like I said… It was the best decision I’ve ever made when it comes to website hosting on my 6 wordpress sites. I even like it better than WP Engine.