In this short, in depth Bluehost review, I go over the key features of the web hosting packages that the company provudes, as well as the pros and cons of using bluehost.
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0:34 – Introduction
0:52 – Bluehost website
1:50 – Webhosting plans
4:53 – Bluehost website speed
6:12 – Bluehost dashboard
7:33 – Company facts and history
Bluehost is a company that has been around for a long time. The site was founded all the way back in 2003, to help and empower individuals to finally have a voice in the internet through their webhosting packages. The company is based in Orem, Utah, where they have an extensive team of nearly 700+ employees, working around the clock to support and uphold their customers and carry on their impeccable reputation.
You can find more information here http://www.bluehost.com/about-us
Bluehost has multiple packages to start with, and in this bluehost review I go over some main key points with their webhosting plans.
At the current moment they have shared hosting, virtual private servers, and dedicated hosting.
Shared hosting currently starts off at $3.95 per month, as it is normally $7.99. You get 1 website, over 50GB of web space, and unmetered bandwidth.
The Plus Package offers unlimited websites, unlimited bandwidth, and higher performance.
Then the Prime Package is similar to the Plus Package, except that you have bonuses like SiteLock, and Site Backup Pro, which are helpful apps and are imperative to your sites security and backing up files automatically.
Bluehost is also the #1 recommended webhosting provider by WordPress, which says a lot about the company’s services.