Websites don’t build themselves. They require a considerable investment of energy, expertise, and design know-how to construct and launch. But building a site is only half the story: Websites also have to be hosted on servers, ready for–you hope–the thousands of people who are dying to read your content, hire your firm, or pay for your services.
While hundreds of options are available, this article takes a closer look at some of the big players (along with a few smaller ones).
1 – justHost
2 – BlueHost
3 – Hostgator
4 – Godaddy