The Web Hosting Conspiracy Revealed… What You Must Know Before Choosing Your Web Hosting Company

My recommended WordPress Hosting is A2 (Affiliate link):

The Web Hosting Conspiracy Revealed… What You Must Know Before Choosing Your Web Hosting Company.

There are a couple shady corporations buying up all of the ‘quality’ web hosting companies and pillaging their services, their support for profit.

Even worse, they are paying big-name affiliates HUGE commissions to deliver more new customers.

As long as they get more new customers every month compared to the number of people leaving because of downtime and crappy service, they are ok with it.

This leaves you playing Russian roulette with your hosting and your online business if you choose the wrong web host.

20 Responses to The Web Hosting Conspiracy Revealed… What You Must Know Before Choosing Your Web Hosting Company

  1. Velma Lovemore

    Miles, thank you very, very, very much for your recommendation of A2 Hosting. These guys are awesome, my website was down for NINE DAYS, going back and forth with my old web hosting company, pertaining to my EPP code. Remembering that I saw a video with you only a couple of weeks before, I went back and watch you on YouTube again, and right away sighed up with them. I could not believe Miles, I called them shortly after 9 a.m. later that very evening, everything went through. MILES, THEY ARE AWESOME!! I was so frustrated and miserable because my site was down, and having my VA waiting for the site to come back up.
    Again, thank you very much.

  2. john anderson

    Hello Miles… Gatorhost is not only my host but my developer for my site. I am a week into this and Iā€™m getting cold feet. Do you recommend pulling the plug with them and ask for a refund as they say I am entitled to for 30 days?

  3. Chhe Kuoch

    Thanks for sharing this.

    What you said is so true, I have some experience with web hosting, I didn't know about A2, I have 2 accounts with SiteGround, however I guess I will move one to A2 for testing.

    Again thank you, I like your channel because I can see you're an honest guy.

  4. RentVandH2O

    Miles, finally someone telling it as it is. !! Totally agree. I was burned by three "top" hosting companies (blue host,inmotion, stablehost). I ended up buying managed dedicated server instead. Works like a dream and costs under ā‚¬100. With 2×240 GB SSD 1 Gbit/s-Port 16 GB DDR3 RAM – Traffic usage: 50 TB I can easily run 20 of my own sites smoothly.

  5. Rose Rose

    Thank you for your video. what's your opinionon Scalahosting and Fastcomet?

  6. Annie Denning

    Thank you so much. Finally web hosting explained simply. Does A2 offer fully managed web hosting?

  7. Tere Wardlow

    Thanks. I set up multiple sites on bluehost. It was recommended by 2 of the courses I am taking. Just set up a sister site on A2 with your recommendation for the DIY funnel to run a sales page for my local seminars on setting up Google business listings. Not done yet but will once my brain swelling goes down. Lol not technically tolerant but learning thanks to your content. Thanks for these videos.

  8. Sreejith S

    hey what about namehero

  9. One Web Street

    100% agree with this.

    It's so annoying when I find out EIG or GD is buying up a host (or a group of hosts) because that's the time when I need to transfer a load of sites because I know things are going to go downhill.

    Site5 was the old siteground a few years back. As soon as EIG got ahold of it, it crashed and burned. So annoying.

    Great vid šŸ™‚


  10. Herman Pinto

    Yes, Hostgator use to be a good choise. I had to change to another hosting company…

  11. The Real Internet Marketer

    Fantastic video Miles!! Quick question – should I bother with a dedicated IP address? It's an option that A2 offer, but I'm not sure if it's worthwhile. I'm a digital product creator too so I'll be building funnels etc so is it something I should consider? Thanks!

  12. Jennifer Herrington

    I'm so thankful I found you and watched this video….I almost changed from Hostgator to Bluehost…Actually, I have to renew my hosting plan in April with Hostgator and would like to go ahead and transfer to new hosting platform before then. I am not savvy with any of this.I've depended on online tutorials to create 2 websites using WordPress. Now I am trying to create my online store for handmade products I make/sell. It's all so overwhelming…My question is, is it difficult to transfer websites from one hosting platform to another, or from Hostgator to A2hosting? I have one woocommerce website that i'm still working on & 2 other websites that are up and running.I want to transfer all of these along with 3 other domains that i just moved from namecheap to hostgator.

  13. Jennifer Herrington

    Thank you for the information!!!!

  14. Mark Priest

    Hey Miles, you may remember me?
    We're re-doing our business website and when asked about hosting I remembered this helpful video you created.
    Sent this onto my team and we're taking your advice.
    Thanks, once again.

  15. Dawn Brosh

    Wow. Eye-opening Miles. Thanks for the heads up!!!! Had a feeling that Blue Host. EVERYBODY is one of their affiliates at this point. It is sad about Pat Flynn. Thought he was honest, but apparently easy money has gotten to him.

  16. jim sharp

    Awesome Miles and thanks for taking the time to share and explain so well. Must share down here in New Zealand

  17. StyleSensePlus

    Hello Miles, what is your opinion on wix websites? Also, How can web domain names be transferred from GoDaddy?

  18. arr fan

    Is there Whois protection for A2? I don't find the option!

  19. Siobhan

    Who would you recommend for domains?

  20. Active Josh

    Thanks man you saved me thanks for your time!

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