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Hi I'm Nate

As an entrepreneur, I knew how important it was to create a website for my business. When researching web hosting companies, however, much of what I came across were these “spammy” pages with little or no useful information.

As a business owner–I own food trucks that visit county fairs all year long–and new father, I knew my time was precious. Unfortunately, it seemed like most of my time researching web hosting was wasted sifting through generic descriptions overstuffed with affiliate links. In fact, while bouncing from page to page, it seemed like most of the information was conflicting–even made up.

I knew something needed to be done. This is why I created this website. It’s an opportunity to get reliable, trusted information about web hosting companies. Instead of stuffing pages with “spammy” information, I took the time to research each company, check their ratings with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), and present it in a way that you can actually use.

In addition to reviewing some of the most trusted web hosting companies, I want to give you some tips and advice that helped me get my website started and online. For example, if you’re new to creating a website, you probably ran across a lot of terms that you don’t understand. Feel free to check out my Web Hosting Glossary of Terms and Website Hosting FAQ page to get a better understanding of the web hosting terminology. Also, be sure to visit my Web Hosting Blog for information helping you save time, money, and unnecessary headaches. 

I wish you well in finding the best company and services to create your website. And I would love to hear more about your experiences! After all, everything you share may help someone else just starting on the exciting journey of creating a website.

1.92 billion people are expected to purchase something online
in 2021.

80 percent of Internet users in the U.S. are expected to make a purchase online in 2021.

The e-commerce industry will be responsible for about $3.45 trillion in sales in 2021.