Where you host a website is a vital decision for your business.

With the design and build option from us hosting is included in the price so there is no need to worry about which host to use. However if you wish to host your website yourself, which many do, then you are very welcome to explore the options below and just use me on an ad hoc basis when you need assistance.

The hosting companies listed below are the most popular providers in a very competitive market, I have carefully selected them after much research.

1&1 are a very popular hosting company I have worked freelance with several clients who have their sites hosted with them and they all seem quite happy. So if you are looking to host your own site and hire me on a freelance basis then give them a try.
Web Hosting by 1&1

FatCow hosting, don't you just love the name, is another popular and reliable hoster of websites with different options and price ranges. The get very good reviews so are definitely worth a try.
Web Hosting by FatCow

Interserver Hosting, okay not a really cool name but a very good option to choose. With 30 day money back guarantee and price lock for the life of the account plus great features, you really should check it out.
Web Hosting by Interserver

Hostgator, very popular hosting company, in fact my preferred choice. I have personally used Hostgator for many years and have no complaints. If you need website hosting then head over to Hostagtor to see what they have to offer.
Web Hosting by Hostgator

BlueHost, they have been recommended by many professionals including Wordpress, reviews can be mixed but for small to medium sites they offer all that is needed and their support and knowedge base is raved about.
Web Hosting by BlueHost

Godaddy, everyones heard of Godaddy right. Probably the most popular hosting and domain name seller on the Internet and with good reason. Most of my domains are with Godaddy.
Web Hosting by GoDaddy

WHUK. Web Hosting UK
Web Hosting by WHUK

EUKHOST. Web Hosting Services
Web Hosting by EUKHOST

Please note that using your own hosting company is a very sensible way to go if you do not plan to be updating your site often but you will be responsible for maintaining your own account and domain name. I can help but in the end it is up to you. If you want me to work on your site that is hosted elsewhere on any of the above or others, then I will need the FTP or account details. See Website Help

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