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HostGator vs NameCheap shared hosting

Discussion in 'Domains and Hosting' started by bluedot, Jan 22, 2016.

Which shared hosting is faster?

  1. HostGator

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  2. NameCheap

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  1. bluedot

    bluedot Affiliate affiliate

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    Hello,

    just wondering, how could I test the website speeds on HostGator and on NameCheap? I'd like to know which one works faster.

    I want to start a website on a shared hosting plan (I already have one at HostGator), but eventually, I plan to upgrade to VPS (if/when the traffic picks up). I saw some comparison test and HostGator always wins, but I suspect this was due to the fact that every "reviewer" used their affiliate links to HG, which pays a LOT more, than NameCheap. That's why I'm looking for independent tests or personal experiences.

    Thanks.
     
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  3. Zakirhusain

    Zakirhusain Affiliate affiliate

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    As per my View, Go with Namecheap. As Namecheap provide SSD Drive, which best for performance. Also Namecheap Support team is best.
     
  4. servandosilva

    servandosilva Moderator moderator affiliate

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    I wouldn't use any of those. What's your monthly budget and which CMS are you planning to use?
     
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  5. bluedot

    bluedot Affiliate affiliate

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    I already bought the HostGator's managed WP hosting, which is performing really well for me.
     
  6. nvpn.net

    nvpn.net Affiliate affiliate

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    I use namecheap no problems with them!
     
  7. iain liddle

    iain liddle Affiliate affiliate

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    you want to start off using a VPS in my opinion so if your going to get it anyway might as well just get it to begin with.

    I recommend beyond hosting.
     
  8. Dr. Forum

    Dr. Forum Affiliate affiliate

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    I can say Hostgator is a better option. This however is based on the popularity that the service provider has gained over a period of time. I however have not been able to just test their features and see which truly deserves it. It is always the best option. I always look for speed and response time together with lags when it comes to hosting.
     

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