You want to start a website, but you don’t know where to host it? Then this article is for you. Hosting your own website is actually very easy and there are many free platforms available. If you just want to test the waters for your new site, hosting it on something like Blogger is usually fine. But if you plan on having multiple people on your site or wish to expand even further than that, then finding the right web hosting provider becomes an important task.
To help make things easier, I’ve made a list of some of the best web hosts available in Singapore at this moment including my personal top pick (and no surprises here) – SiteGround!
Siteground comes out more or less on top in almost every review I’ve read online. They offer quality hosting at affordable prices. As an added bonus, they also offer FREE SSL certificates for all of your websites (which means that people will see ‘https’ instead of ‘http’ before entering your site). These certificates are a must have from me as it’s been found them to help improve user security and experience.
In addition, SiteGround also offers their own very reliable daily backup system which you can set up with a single click!
Siteground is definitely one of the best hosts out there for beginners or anyone who wishes to start small and grow over time – plus they’re currently having a 50% off sale on web hosting plans – what more could you ask for?!
Hostgator is another well known web host that has been around for quite some time now. They’re definitely not as popular as SiteGround but they still offer good quality service at an affordable rate, which makes them perfect for beginners who are looking to build their first website. I haven’t tried this hosting platform personally so if you’ve used them before feel free to let us know in the comments section how it went!
Bluehost is well known within the blogger community and is often recommended by many top bloggers. It’s also one of the more expensive options available but user reviews have reported that it’s worth it – especially since these prices include a FREE domain name! Another cool feature about this host is the ability to import and export your website (which is great if you ever wish to switch providers in the future).
As with SiteGround, it seems that Bluehost is best for people who plan on growing their website over time. It may not be too good of a choice when starting out your first site due to its price and lack of features (such as free daily backup) but once you start needing more resources then this might be something worth checking into!