(PRWEB) May 04, 2013
Threehosts.com compares the top three web hosting services of 2013. This comparison is based on their speed, reliability, support, features and price.
Although many web hosts offer free domain registration, Hostgator charges for registering domain names. In addition to this, the prices of their hosting services are relatively higher than what is being offered by other companies. Hostgator offers 20% off to attract more customers, but it applies only to the initial payment and subsequent payments are the normal price, and the offered coupon includes only the months of hosting (not domain registrations). They claim that every good thing has a higher price and if you want a good service you need to pay. But still price must be a matter of concern for the users, especially when there are several trusted web hosts that provide quality services at affordable costs.
InMotionHosting and WebHostingHub are parented by the same company, so you can expect the same quality from these services. The major difference is that InMotion offers a multitude of different hosting plans, while WebHostingHub only offers a shared hosting platform.
Inmotion and Web Hosting Hub do not provide a full featured shared hosting package. WH Hub platform and all three Inmotion shared hosting plans (launch, power and pro) don't support some features like SSH and Ruby on Rails. These are only available to Inmotion's VPS Hosting and Dedicated Hosting users. Most other shared web hosts such as Bluehost and Hostgator offer all these features for free. Some of these features are very important, especially SSH (Secure Shell) which provides more security for transferring data because of an encrypted link between client and server computers. This is why it can't be found any page on Inmotion and WH Hub websites displaying full details of their hosting features as detailed as some other competitors in the market, like Bluehost and Hostgator.
InMotion and WH Hub pride themselves in having an A Rating with the BBB (Better Business Bureau). BBBs have been accused of unduly protecting companies, so having an A Rating with them should not be considered a trusted credit. In 2010, ABC's 20/20 reported in a segment titled "The Best Ratings Money Can Buy" about the irregularities in BBB's ratings. They reported that a man created two dummy companies which received A+ ratings as soon as he had paid the membership fee. They also reported that business owners were told that the only way to improve their rating was by paying the fee. In one case, a C was turned to an A immediately after payment and in another case a C- became an A+! In Canada, CBC News reported in 2010 that Canadian BBBs were downgrading the ratings scores of businesses who stopped paying their dues.
In conclusion, Hostgator is the first choice among the three discussed companies, however, editors at Threehosts.com recommend Bluehost as the most recommended web hosting provider. The full reasons that result in Bluehost being rated the most reliable company are reachable at http://www.threehosts.com/reviews/1st.
About Threehosts.com – Threehosts.com is a reliable resource for web hosting company reviews and ratings, including non-commercial hosting and eCommerce. They provide a list of top 3 trusted web hosts. Their experts have been evaluating web hosting providers for years, and now they present the information in an easy to understand format that helps the consumer make the best choice when choosing a proper web host for their personal and business websites. Here's a link to view the comparison of Hostgator, InMotion and WebHosting Hub provided by Threehosts.com.