HostGator vs GoDaddy: Neither is Great

Neither HostGator nor GoDaddy has a lot of features. But HostGator is better than GoDaddy at delivering value, while GoDaddy is more expensive but lacks several basic features you expect from pricey hosting. If you're looking for cheap and reliable hosting, HostGator is the obvious choice, but if … [Read more...]

GreenGeeks vs GoDaddy: GreenGeeks is Better!

While GoDaddy is more well known, it has a terrible, secret - no free SSL. GreenGeeks on the other hand, has the superior set up for web hosting. The LiteSpeed web server, the caching, and the "green" aspect make it a far better proposition than GoDaddy. More details below. GreenGeeks vs … [Read more...]

Bluehost Free SSL Finally Arrives – Will GoDaddy Follow?

I woke up this morning to the good news that Bluehost free SSL is now available with Let's Encrypt for ALL its hosting plans - not just WordPress. This is great. I went over to check their website, and it's true: Bluehost Free SSL is now available with Let's Encrypt Going through Twitter, I … [Read more...]

$1 Web Hosting – What You Get (And What You Don’t)

When it comes to cheap hosting, no one can beat GoDaddy (warnings below!). Their $1 web hosting plan is the absolute lowest price for hosting in the market (except for Hostgator's PENNY coupon for 1 month). Warning! It's somewhat misleading though. While GoDaddy has the cheapest hosting, it … [Read more...]

GoDaddy Review: Pricing Chart & Features

GoDaddy is pretty much the "daddy" of all web hosting companies. While other corporations like EIG are big corporations owning dozens of smaller companies, nothing compares to the sheer size and scale of GoDaddy's operations. With 17.5 million customers, it outshines its competitors by far. This … [Read more...]

GoDaddy Promo Code 2022 List

NOTE: I no longer recommend GoDaddy because it's now expensive and doesn't offer free SSL. I've switched my recommendation to HostGator, because there are a large number of HostGator coupons and cheap discounts for both 12-month and 36-month hosting. Here's the full GoDaddy vs HostGator comparison … [Read more...]