My Bluehost Review — Look at this In-Depth Web Host Review

I’m a happy Bluehost customer with two Bluehost accounts. — Bluehost Review

The 1st feature I couldn’t believe after i stumbled onto Bluehost was that we could host numerous websites as I wanted on one account. Before using Bluehost, I was a member of a website building platform that charged me $300 a year for hosting all night . access to their website builder for ONE domain name.

That’s $25 each month for one website. Imaginable how thrilled I became to discover being able to host a large number of websites for $6.95 a month with Bluehost.

In fact, in doing my sales inquiry call, I do think I asked 3 times concerning this unlimited website hosting feature. I just couldn’t believe it.

Towards the heart of the matter.

Is really a short list of the Bluehost features

Unlimited variety of websites for $6.95 each month.
 You can easily register your domains within Bluehost. It’s a one-stop-shop.
 Outstanding tech support and customer service via telephone, live chat and e-mail. Part I of my Bluehost reviews series informs you about 2 instances where Bluehost’s service really shone making it me a committed loyal customer.
 1 Click installing of popular CMS platforms WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. Establishing WordPress with Bluehost is amazingly easy.
 Courtesy website backups (this saved me a whole 60 page website). This feature alone could save you an amazing amout of grief (because it did me).
 Unlimited amount of e-mail accounts per website. Never lack an e-mail account again. It takes approximately 30 seconds to set up an e-mail account.
 Unlimited hosting space (build websites as huge as you like… I do).
 Secure options like SSL for e-commerce sites.
 $50 Free Google Credit.
 9% Network Uptime Guarantee — there has been times my sites were down — however it is very infrequent and so they weren’t down for very long.

E-mail Accounts for Your Domain Names Are Included

It is possible to set up e-mail accounts for every url of your website you have with Bluehost. I setup an
info@mydomain.com
for all those my sites. You can create unlimited e-mail accounts for every domain you have with Bluehost. There is no question that through an e-mail account or accounts connected with your website as being a more professional presence than a Gmail or Hotmail e-mail account. Consider the 30 seconds required to create an e-mail account using your domain names.

Tons of Tutorials for Getting Your Websites Going

If you’re a do-it-yourself type, there are a large number of video tutorials showing you how to do all kinds of things inside your Bluehost account — regardless of whether you use WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Dreamweaver, etc.

My 2 Criticisms of Bluehost

They don’t show you any system upgrades/updates that may result in websites being down temporarily. I called them about it and their response was they accustomed to send out notices, but they would get a lot of calls about the upcoming operation that it was more trouble for all concerned than it was worth. Fortunately such upgrades/updates are so infrequent that it’s not really an issue with me.— Bluehost Review
 Their website availability search screen is not very user-friendly. I actually search for domain availability at GoDaddy because it is a great interface. Once I find the domain name I want, I register it with Bluehost.

Here is a domain registration tip: Make sure you set your domain name to auto-renewal (unless you’re building a temporary websites). The final thing you want to happen is to miss out on a domain renewal and lose your domain. Imagine building a website with 50 pages of content and having ranked only to lose the whole site because you didn’t renew your website.