Hostgator vs. Bluehost – Which Packs in the Most for Your Money’s Worth?

Like pretty much any service that you can get, there are multiple solutions for when it comes to hosting services. Fortunately, that just means that you have more quality options to choose from, but you also have to be careful not to get something that is subpar. Today we are looking at two of the top solutions for when it comes to web hosting, trying to see which of them is better suited for your needs. That being said, let’s get to it and see which you would like the most.


If your web hosting service has an uptime guarantee of 99.9%, you better believe that it’s a quality service. Such is the case for both BlueHost and HostGator, our two competitors for today. That reassures consumers that they’re getting quality stuff either way, but it sinks the question of which one is better even more.  When it comes to how these two services actually provide you with hosting, there are some important differences to note. For starters BlueHost use CPU Segregation means that you’ll be having a pretty smooth experience from start to finish. On the other hand, BlueHost comes with another proposition for those looking for quality hosting. They suggest using their network of top quality servers which use Dual Xeon technology. They are located in Dallas and make use of no less than 10 backbone servers. HostGator spare no expense when it comes to making sure that their consumers use the most advanced tech on the market.

Uptime and response time

In theory, both services provide a total uptima of 99.9%. However, as tempting as it might be for some to just call it a draw and move to the next category, it’s important to note that testings showed some significant details regarding this. When two sites were compared, one using BlueHost and the other HostGator, it turned out that the latter only had a 1 minute outage for an entire week whereas the BlueHost website was down for more than 50 minutes. On top of that, it’s also important to keep an eye on response times. Response time tells you have fast a website responds to the user requests. The faster your website is in this department, the absolute better. In this particular showdown, HostGator won once again with only taking 1.2 seconds to load, unlike the 5.4 seconds it took BlueHost to load.

So there you have it. While they are both great services, HostGator managed to pull in front thanks to its more attentive eye to detail. The company also invests a lot to make sure that all goes well, and for those that are nearby Dallas, there shouldn’t be any debate on which is best.

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  1. Kevin Ohashi May 30, 2017
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