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Hostgator for hosting?


frocco posted 3 years ago

Looking at Hostgator and Bluehost.

Also A Small Orange host.

Anyone have any experience with these?

Thanks

ud3webdev replied 3 years ago

I had hosting with Hostgator and it was great. That was in till they attempted a server migration, ever since my services was extremely unstable. This went on about 2 months, with numerous phone calls per week. I had to change hosting providers because this. I been a long time customer of Blue Host (5 years now) and had excellent tech support and service. I also think you get much more features with Blue Host such as static IPs.

I would definitely consider Blue Host.

-ud3webdev

wells replied 3 years ago

I'd go with SSD based Digital Ocean or with Linode #FTW. Believe me, you'll never look back.

ud3webdev replied 3 years ago

wells said:

I'd go with SSD based Digital Ocean or with Linode #FTW. Believe me, you'll never look back.

Also a good choice.

gavinhewitt replied 3 years ago

I found Laravel on Hostgator to be incredibly slow (baby croc plan) so switched to AWS.

root replied 3 years ago

We're on hostgator and so far all are running smoothly, only their process slowed us down.

sosana replied 3 years ago

wells said:

I'd go with SSD based Digital Ocean or with Linode #FTW. Believe me, you'll never look back.

1+

Tushar Gugnani replied 1 week ago

I recently wrote an article on how I was able to host my laravel on a shared host. (Hostgator) https://www.5balloons.info/hosting-laravel-5-5-project-on-shared-hosting-hostgator/


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