I also appreciate that the support is available at your level — whether you’re just starting and need someone to walk you through the ultimate basics with a friendly and supportive demeanor, or you want someone who can talk specs and technical nuances like a pro, the InMotion support has you covered.
InMotion also has some of the best VPS hosting options. They even have two types of VPS hosting so you can get the exact amount of support or flexibility that you want:
InMotion regularly runs promo pricing, with deals that start as low as $5/month. Normal pricing for shared hosting bumps up to $8–$9/month after the initial contract is up.
In addition to shared hosting, InMotion offers upgrades to managed WordPress hosting, VPS hosting, and dedicated servers.
SiteGround comes with two things a lot of web hosts don’t: a rabid fan base and glowing reviews.
Their reputation is stellar. Along with DreamHost and Bluehost, SiteGround is one of WordPress’s three recommended web hosts. WordPress hosting is built into all of its shared hosting plans, you’ll get automatic updates, streamlined security, and expert technical support.
In fact, SiteGround’s infrastructure is fully optimized for WordPress. Users have access to their suite of WordPress features such as their WP Starter plugin that helps you easily build a website.
Where they really shine is their shared web hosting. SiteGround’s servers are ultra-fast and extra secure, and they are constantly deploying new updates to keep them that way.
Their highest tier plan (GoGeek) is suped up with tools developers will find especially useful, including a staging server and Git repo creation. Lots of small business and personal websites will probably find this overkill, but if your needs are more complex than the basics, SiteGround has a lot to love.