With hundreds of web hosting companies out there, how can you decide which one is best for you?
The truth about WebHostingTalk:
- The majority of web hosting companies go out of business within 6 months. Don't believe us? Check it out yourself.
- The majority of web hosting companies don't offer REAL 24/7 support, even though they do advertise it.
- The majority of web hosting companies are started to become rich, and once they realize it's near impossible, sell their company (see point 1)
How StableHost is different from the majority of web hosting companies:
- StableHost gives you the choice to chose where you want your shared hosting, US and Europe are the same price!
- StableHost offers REAL 24/7 support.
- StableHost offers many additional add-ons including Softaculous and RV Site Builder.
- StableHost has been a profitable company since the beginning.
- StableHost is trusted by thousands of customers See proof!
- People love us!
Still don't believe us? Shame on you Read some of our reviews from WebHostingTalk members, such as yourself:
I have a shared hosting account and also for another client an enterprise account.
Since I do a lot of specialized back end programming, I'm able to encounter some pretty sophisticated problems which the support staff is quick to sleuth out for me.
I've found their support quick and INTELLIGENT. (Not always the case with the other hosts I'm on.)
Stablehost tells you up front about disk and CPU limits on the various accounts. For my shared hosting, this would make you think that going with an "unlimited" account might be better. But let me tell you - no "unlimited" account is really unlimited and what happens is that one day, they shut you down. Stablehost doesn't do this.
For the enterprise client, I needed a lot more because it is a very popular site and Stablehost has done a very good job. So I've got double the usual CPU power. When the Cuban government launched a DDOS attack on us, Stablehost notified us before we even were aware and totally took care of the problem - moving us and having us back up quickly.
So overall I'd give them an A+ (with the caveat that their disk space and CPU limits make them ard to compare exactly)