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Hostgator Review 2020: Worst Hosting Out There??? πŸ€”

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Looking for 2020's best Hostgator Review? Don't worry, I've got you covered. In this video I'll explain what I like about Hostgator, whether their Uptime claims are accurate or lies, and I'll give you a walkthrough of my Hostgator account so you can see how it looks without needing to set up an account yourself.

HostGator has been around FOREVER, you can verify that by their Wikipedia page here: OK, so they haven't been around forever, but they are fast-approaching the 20 year mark as they were founded in 2002. They provide dedicated hosting, shared, reseller, and VPS services.

My experience has been that HostGator is a generally reliable webhost. I've had very little downtime with HostGator and, on the rare occasions that a server upgrade has broken one of my websites, I have been able to get that remedied FAST simply by hopping on Chat with Live Support or sending a quick email to

They are based in Houston, Texas and in 2013 were acquired by Endurance International Group for a whopping $225 million dollars.

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Hostgator Review 2020: Worst Hosting Out There??? πŸ€”

1 comment:

  1. I've had the baby plan for 7 yrs now, I don't have any problem keeping load speeds in the low 90s. It's important to keep files sizes small, I have a lot of photo galleries so as a rule my pics are always under 300kb and since most folks are on phones now, I don't see a need for huge photos.
    Also WP plugins are huge speed pigs, I have been thru hundreds and always seem to regret, not to mention they end up holding your content hostage once an author decides to no longer keep it updated or you decide you want to rid off.
    Just keep things clean and simple and hostgator is fine. Just because a host provider offers you endless options, doesn't mean those features are going to work on the viewers device, and that's the ONLY thing that matters!