Bluehost is best for small businesses in need of web hosting that performs heavy lifting for a (relatively) light price.
Orem, Utah, company Bluehost has been in business since 2003, providing web hosting services for some of the most attractive and stylish people on the internet (at least that’s what you’d gather from a glance at Bluehost.com). It’s a full-service vendor, offering every type of industry-standard web hosting, as well as domain registration, website construction and marketing, and 24/7/365 support.
Bluehost is also one of only three web hosting companies officially recommended by WordPress to accommodate its popular content management system—which could explain why Bluehost’s WordPress plans are a little costlier than most. But everything else Bluehost offers is somewhat reasonably priced, considering the level of performance guaranteed and—according to the owners of 2 million Bluehost-ed websites around the world—usually delivered. It’s also featured as one of Business.org’s best web hosts.
Bluehost is owned by Endurance International Group, which also holds web companies like HostGator, iPage, SiteBuilder, Domain.com, Constant Contact, and others in its corporate stable. On the upside, this means Bluehost has a wide variety of in-house resources to draw upon for the benefit of its customers. But those allergic to brand conglomerates and potential bonus levels of bureaucracy should be aware that Bluehost is very much entrenched in the mass-biz matrix.