Our Bluehost Review Updated for 2015:
Welcome to our Bluehost review! As you know, we set up a network of several domains on Bluehost’s network to test out their service in 2015. We only have one domain registered at Bluehost (which this year we had to renew at full price). We kept costs down by using a godaddy renewal coupon on our other domain names, which we then point to Bluehost’s nameservers (we’ll explain how to do that at the bottom of this review).
Living Up To Last Year’s Performance.
Our 2017 had Bluehost killing it with numbers that clearly set it apart as the #1 most reliable web host (with Arvixe coming in a distant second). While our numbers aren’t completely reflective of a web host’s capabilities, it is largest measurement test currently around.
Our Testing Method:
We set up a network of website with varying levels of content on them. Some were mainly blog style articles with text and images, while others have streaming and download capabilities. We wanted to test out how Bluehost could handle both light-bandwidth and heavy-bandwidth websites.
Putting up light-bandwidth sites for testing might seem redundant, but there are many high-end … Read the rest