Best Web Hosting

You need to have a great web hosting company in order to run a great online business and…

I have more shared hosting and dedicated web hosting servers than I can count on both hands.

And not even my web properties manager can tell me with absolute certainty how many domains or shared hosting accounts we have.

So if anyone knows about web hosting I’d say I do.

And I’d like to share my favorite web hosts with you so you can avoid some of the hassles I have over the years.

One thing, though:

No host is perfect.

But some are definitely better than others…

And the ones below are ones that we either use in our own business, or have done the research and feel they offer great service and value.

Here are a few web hosting deals I recommend you check out for yourself:

Consumer Notice: These are affiliate links. If you click them and sign up with the hosting company, I may get paid a commission.


Recommended TGSP Web Hosts: 

– Hostgator offers unlimited domains for under $10. We use it and we love it:


Lunarpages answers the phone when you call them! 

– I’ve been using lunarpages since the very beginning. I can’t recall ever having issues with their service… I keep getting rebilled every year and I keep paying it so that speaks for itself: Web Hosting $6.95 

– Bluehost is highly regarded in the industry and offers unlimited domains and hosting space for $6.95 a month:

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106 Responses to “Best Web Hosting”

  1. osahon 09. Apr, 2012 at 4:20 am #

    It might be a good idea to mention the specific hosting companies that do not support cpanel.

    1and1 for example. Trying to setup a wordpress blog there is quite and undertaking.

    • Jeff Johnson 13. Apr, 2012 at 5:45 pm #

      thanks for the input, but you don’t need cpanel to set up wordpress. we use ftp, which works great with 1and1

  2. Paul D Guyon 14. Jul, 2012 at 7:21 am #

    Jeff is right about WordPress being easy to setup with Ftp. My problem with 1&1 is their customer service is inferior. Especially compared to who has outstanding customer service.

  3. DAN 14. Aug, 2012 at 10:04 am #

    Dudes, this is all about getting you to click and make him some money! He doesn’t care about your problems

    • Jeff Johnson 14. Aug, 2012 at 9:46 pm #

      So where is it written that you can’t care about helping people and make a living at the same time?

      • Agnes Tabor 11. Apr, 2013 at 11:27 am #

        Love your reply. You have taken the time to research these outlets I see no reason not to be compensated.

        • Jeff Johnson 11. Apr, 2013 at 8:29 pm #


    • Agnes Tabor 01. May, 2013 at 7:20 pm #


      Don’t be so cynical, it is obvious that Jeff does care that is why he has following.

  4. Andy Evans 23. Aug, 2012 at 5:28 am #

    Hi Jeff
    I already moved to Hostgator on your recommendations and I was happy to click on the banner and I hope you get a commission for it. Thank you for taking the time to share your information with us. Loved your videos on the 900 pound gorrilla. 🙂
    I am hoping to send one of my team on your course, he just needs to show some initiative before I give him the reward.

    • Jeff Johnson 27. Aug, 2012 at 6:25 pm #

      Thanks for your support, I appreciate it 🙂

  5. William 28. Aug, 2012 at 7:43 am #

    I was very surprised not to GOGVO or HostThemProfit I found them to be the very best to me because the price is very comparable and they have everything you need to operate a marketing business all at one place and one price.

    • Jeff Johnson 28. Aug, 2012 at 8:30 am #

      I have tested GVO as a host but never as a MLM/Network Marketing opportunity, and since it’s mostly a MLM opportunity I chose not to print my hosting review. Although I have met Joel several times and he’s always been very nice.

  6. John 13. Sep, 2012 at 6:46 am #

    Jeff, If you are going to give free useful, helpful advice and information… Well, I hope you get rich…
    Hostgator,. what a pleasure… FatCow, What an Expensive Unhelpful Waste Of Time… Questions get answered by robots…

    • Jeff Johnson 13. Sep, 2012 at 7:20 am #

      Well, I don’t get rich with hosting recommendations but I appreciate your support and the input 🙂

  7. Robyn 24. Sep, 2012 at 3:44 pm #

    I am a novice, beginner, amateur but my husband and I have a better chance than most to create websites. He is a Graphic Designer and I am a Content Writer/Copywriter, Article, and E-Book Writer. These are the 2 things that are needed the most. Yes, we have both worked for others creating their website content :). We started realizing, “Hey all of these people are willing to pay us plenty of money to do it for them, why don’t we do it ourselves and get paid EVEN MORE?”

    So, that is what we are trying to do. Question: Do I still have to pay WordPress to get a website with them, along with paying for a hosting company like HostGator?

    • Jeff Johnson 24. Sep, 2012 at 8:59 pm #

      No worries, WordPress is free.

      Good luck on the new business!

    • Steve Bloemer 18. Mar, 2013 at 9:22 am #

      Most web hosting providers now offer automated (FREE) installation of WordPress via either Fantastico or Softaculous. If you go with Hostgator, they offer this via Quick Install.

      Good luck

  8. Al 18. Nov, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    Jeff, thank you for your information. You are a true professional when it comes to Internet marketing.

  9. Evangeline 19. Apr, 2013 at 3:30 pm #

    Hi Jeff, do you think I can work out with these web hosting companies even though I am from Hong Kong ?

    • Jeff Johnson 20. Apr, 2013 at 5:17 pm #

      Other than the fact that it may influence introduce some latency and affect your SEO depending on where your target market is, etc… there’s no reason you couldn’t host it.

  10. Lynn 25. Aug, 2013 at 9:22 am #

    Interesting list. I have used Lunarpages, but didn’t like their slow email delivery. Starting out, I didn’t want to spend a lot of money on Aweber or similar, but Lunarpages would only deliver 400 emails per hour, so it took all day for me to send out a newsletter. I wanted to host my first online class there but my webmaster couldn’t make it work.

    So Kajabi and Aweber? One Shopping Cart? All chip away at profits each month, and me as a beginner seemed risky. My webmaster suggested our own server, running Ubuntu. We installed DAP, which cost $500 but I can use it on any number of websites. Has a shopping cart, can deliver the video / audio for my class. We will see how that works, I haven’t launched the class yet. Any comments about owning one’s own server?

    • Jeff Johnson 26. Aug, 2013 at 11:34 am #

      Maintaining, running, cleaning and staying in compliance with spam rules at ISPs is a lot of work.

      I spend as much or not more on my privately hosted email servers as I do on my hosted ESPs like OAP and Aweber.

      There’s benefits to both but I feel for most people using an ESP like aweber or OAP is best unless you are sending tens of millions of emails, which most people don’t.

      As for kajabi, it’s a good solution for most, especially if you don’t have your own team to integrate all the different systems needed to run a membership site.

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