I want to share another alternative web hosting provider I use sparingly when flipping and developing geo service domains.
If you’re a regular reader or visitor, then I bet you’re wondering why I’m mentioning Bluehost.
After all, you’re likely wondering how Bluehost fits into my geo service domain puzzle when you know I use and highly recommend both GoDaddy and HostGator as primary and second web host providers respectively.
However, the truth is that Bluehost does and doesn’t fit into the scheme of things when it comes to my flipping and developing geo service domain websites and testing geo domaining SEO strategies.
In total transparency, Bluehost is my playground ONLY for testing unknown various SEO strategies in the industry at large.
I don’t care to risk my HostGator and GoDaddy accounts for SEO actions that are considered gray today, yet could be classified as black in the future.
But let me make one thing clear about my last statement so that there are no misunderstandings.
I absolutely DO NOT condone blatant black-hat SEO and DO NOT use Bluehost for such activities.
In addition, I created a video about how easy it is to setup a one-click WordPress installation tutorial using Bluehost via one of my other projects.
However, one of the reasons I don’t use Bluehost as a primary or secondary web host provider for my geo service domain websites is that my Bluehost experience has been one plagued with slow loading and operating websites with much downtime.
If I’m testing a theory or idea where the performance, load time and uptime are not imperative, then Bluehost works just fine.
I don’t necessarily recommend Bluehost shared hosting for mid to high transactional environments such as commerce websites.
However, if you simply hosting a static website or simple website that doesn’t change content like breathing or changing underwear, then Bluehost shared hosting should do just fine.
Outside of my shared hosting experience, I would say Bluehost is on par with HostGator in all other areas (i.e., pricing, security, features, user interface, customer support).
That said, I tend to only use Bluehost Shared Hosting or Bluehost Cloud Sites (If a website idea needs a bit more oomph) when testing ideas and theories about flipping and developing geo service domain websites.
Not because either service is not good or does not provide the need reliability and flexibity when it comes to uptime, performance and scalability of resources, but because I’ve not had a reason too.
Again, most of my Bluehost projects are infancy project to test geo domaining SEO theories.
As I close, there are web hosting providers that I’m likely to start testing, but for now, GoDaddy, HostGator and Bluehost are my web host providers I partner with to execute my expansive geo domaining flipping and development strategy.
In fact, I invite you to watch and download my FREE hands-on tutorial as I share with you insight about how to profitably flip and develop geo service domains using proven strategies.
That’s all for now! Let me know what you think and see you soon…