Media Temple, founded in 1998, has a strong track record in the web industry. They have helped 125,000 business decision makers operate over 1.5 million websites. Media Temple offers many products, ranging from personal web pages to the largest business sites. They also have great customer service to back these products up, claiming that 90 percent of staff time is spent helping customers. The straightforward approach to their online paradigm maximizes transparency, offering an easy-to-understand approach to entering a terms of service agreement with the hosting company.
Yahoo is primarily known for its search engines, but its websites are a force to be reckoned with, too. In 2013, for the first time since 2011, Yahoo surpassed Google for the number of visitors to its websites in the United States. In 2013, Yahoo reported 196 million American visitors to its websites. Monthly, worldwide, 700 million people visit a Yahoo website. Yahoo has been in business since 1994. For a while, Yahoo operated GeoCities, which offered free websites. Now, Yahoo has moved its users towards its small business web hosting. These sites are aimed to meet the needs of individuals and small businesses.
Founded in 1997, LiquidWeb is headquartered in Lansing, Michigan. LiquidWeb has three, Tier four data center facilities and an additional office center in Scottsdale, Arizona. The company has served over 20,000 clients in over 120 countries. They offer reliable hosting and excellent technical support, with over 300 on-site support engineer employees specializing in server setup, networking, and security.
BlueHost was founded in 2003 by Matt Heaton and is headquartered in Orem, Utah. The company has over 700 employees and powers over two million websites. They offer shared, VPS, cloud, and dedicated hosting plans as well as optimized hosting for Wordpress, with various levels of features and pricing. They also offer unlimited bandwidth and storage on some plans.
HostGator, LLC is a privately held company in Houston that began life in Brent Oxley's dorm room at Florida Atlantic University in 2002. The whole range of web hosting from cloud to dedicated servers is offered. The company has grown exponentially since it's start and provides hosting services in Canada and in the United States. HostGator was acquired in 2012 by Endurance International Group. They offer 24/7/365 customer support with phone, email, and live chat options. HostGator also has a 99.9 percent uptime backed up by a generous 45 day money-back guarantee.
Codero prides themselves on a unique hybrid hosting and hosting platform. Codero has been in business since 1992 and has helped thousands of customers with managed hosts, servers, cloud hosting, and hybrid hosting. The company offers flexibility and stability to its customers with an impressive infrastructure and 100 percent uptime guarantee. The company's headquarters are in Overland Park, Kansas. Codero, considered one of the most reliable hosting companies in the industry, has won several awards, including a Microsoft Gold Certification. Codero offers managed hosting, cloud hosting, and a unique product known as hybrid hosting. The hybrid hosting offers scalability for upsurges in traffic, top-notch IT architecture for superior performance, and customizable network performance.
Founded by Octave Klaba in 1999, OVH is a privately owned web hosting service company headquartered in Roubaix, France. Specializing in dedicated servers, VPS, cloud, mutual hosting, and domain names, OVH serves over 700,000 customers and operates 15 data centers around the world. They have an uptime of 99.98 percent, 61 plans for customization, and unlimited bandwidth.
SiteGround was founded in 2004, and have grown to about 110 employees on three continents. They are noted for supporting many open source applications and developing proprietary software to solve problems with account isolation and speed optimization on its servers.