Hosting plays a very important role in each and every website’s development. Well, if you’re thinking of starting up a web site, you’d first need a web hosting that you would need to buy from a web hosting provider.
Have a good idea of how you want your website to look and function before choosing a web host. While it may seem premature, having a good idea of what your site will be like can save you headaches in the future. You need to be sure that the web host you choose will be able to handle everything you have planned for your site, from bandwidth to email policy.
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Most of the bloggers (including me) kickstart our blogs with shared hosting plans and the most recommended host is always “HostGator“. But there are always been many alternatives to HostGator and one of them is BlueHost.
Here’s an Infographic by WebHostingBreak, which visually compares the features and history of Hostagator and Bluehost.