Bluehost

When I was looking to host my first website I researched for about a month. I looked at free services and paid services. I looked at the cheap hosting services and the top of the line hosting services. It is not easy to find a great web host.

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In short they provide a place for your website to be connected to the internet.

In all my research I found Bluehost to fit my needs perfectly. They had all the features that I wanted.

They had reliability of the servers. They had an excellent customer service track record. They were available 24 hours a day 7 days a week. I not only wanted cheap, but I wanted the best web hosting solution I could afford.

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The features that were important to me were the ability to host multiple domains easily. I also wanted to be able to install WordPress and Moodle.

I had spent many years working for web development companies so I also wanted to be able to do some scripting on my own and I wanted to be able to have a database backend if I decided to develop my own front end using scripts.

I also did not have that much money and it had to be a rock solid server that never went down.

I found all of this in Bluehost.

Not only did they provide unlimited disk space, unlimited email accounts, unlimited domains, unlimited data transfer, but they provided me with so many scripts and environments to develop my website in that I could do whatever I could imagine.

They offer Moodle, Joomla, Tikiwiki, Drupal, and WordPress. They also offer BBS software, website building applications, chat software, survey software, project management applications and photo gallery applications.

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All of these features are managed using cPanel. cPanel is an application that provides point and click access to installing and configuring all of these software applications.

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I ended up choosing Bluehost and using WordPress to manage my sites.

I find that I can do the things that I need to be doing instead of worrying about the details of managing my own data center and servers.

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