Hostinger vs SiteGround in 2020 Wow! Who Will Win — Let’s see

So, First, we have to know what you are going to do with the hosting(For Fun/For Business purpose/For Earning Purpous..or any for another serious purpose).If you want hosting for just trail or for fun. for this, you can go with free hosting such as (000webhost, infinityfree..etc) But when you are serious and want the hosting for business purpose or blogging purpose or to earn money from online for this you can go with paid hosting plans such as ( hostinger, siteground..etc). There are many hosting providers that provide you the hosting. But some of the hostings is cheap and some expensive. If a user is a beginner and he wants a hosting he will definitely choose that hosting which is cheap as well as good ( सस्ता होने के साथ-साथ अच्छा भी).

So here we will be going to discuss Best cheap as well as the good hosting provider with a complete review and compression and we will do the pros and cons of the hosting provider.

which are the cheap hostings provider?

There are hosting provider which provide the hosting at (0.01$) is very cheap. But in my recommendation, you should go with hostinger or siteground these two hostings are my best hosting. Now the question arises is that which is best Hostinger or Siteground? But Don’t Worry I will give a complete review and cons and prons on these two web hosting provider.

Even if SiteGround’s pricing looks similar to Hostinger’s, there are key differences that could trip you up. Pick the wrong plan and you may find that your site runs out of resources, which will force you to spend more.

I spent some time using both hosts and researching their features and performance, and I’ll tell you right now: Hostinger is the best of the two. Its plans are affordable, offering a good combination of features and support.

Plans and Pricing — Which is cheap?

SiteGround Has More Options, but Hostinger Is Cheaper

SiteGround and Hostinger both offer three low-cost shared hosting plans, all designed to attract both personal and business users. Hostinger’s plans are called Single, Premium, and Business, while SiteGround’s are labeled StartUp, GrowBig, and GoGeek.

Across all plans, Hostinger provides better value. Its most expensive plan, Business, is only slightly more expensive than SiteGround’s mid-level plan, but it has better features. For example, it gives you unlimited disk space where SiteGround limits you to 30 GB even on its most expensive plan. You can see more details on this Hostinger and siteground.

Hostinger allows you to pay monthly, or in one-, two-, or four-year increments, (nope, no three-year plans, strangely enough). SiteGround’s contracts are monthly, or one, two, or three years. As with most hosts, you save more by signing up for the maximum term.

Once your initial term runs out, you’ll pay the standard rate, which is double the introductory rate on Hostinger and nearly triple for SiteGround. Compare the full price carefully — SiteGround’s GoGeek plan is nearly four times higher than Hostinger’s standard rates for its most expensive plan.

Features — What are the feature of hostinger and siteground?

SiteGround’s Features Beat Hostinger’s Basic Plan Options

Here are some infographic which shows some feature of siteground and hostinger

Performance

It’s a Close Match, but Hostinger Comes In First

Both of these hosts offer 99.9% uptime on shared hosting plans. But they have very different uptime guarantees.

Let’s say your site is down for nearly four hours tomorrow. Measured over the month, that’d be about 99.5% uptime, so Hostinger would give you a 5% refund on your hosting fee for the outage.

But at SiteGround, uptime is measured over the year. So if your site is down for four hours just this month but not any other, you wouldn’t be due any compensation. If it dropped below 99.9% for the year, then they’d give you a free month.

In terms of reliability, I really like that Hostinger publishes its server uptime on its website. It breaks everything down by date and even shows you the most recent period of downtime.

Hostinger achieved an almost perfect score in our performance tests.

SiteGround scored well, but not as well as Hostinger.

Security

SiteGround’s Security Features Leave Hostinger in the Dust

SiteGround has five data centers on three continents, all with intrusion detection systems to protect against bots and targeted hacking attempts. It constantly writes its own firewall rules and patches to guard against hackers.

If you use WordPress, SiteGround will automatically update it for you. Updates are applied to both the core code and your plugins. Many hosts still don’t offer this service, so this is a big security boost as well as a time-saver if you’re managing your own WordPress website.

SiteGround is also one of the few hosts that provide daily backups on all plans without any extra fees.

Hostinger uses seven data centers on three continents. Its servers have custom firewall rules to guard against DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks, and the host takes multiple backups to prevent data loss. It doesn’t provide any information about the physical security or disaster recovery equipment at any individual data center but says its engineers provide a “near-instant” incident reaction and monitor servers in real-time.

Backups are taken at least weekly, with daily backups on some plans. If your plan doesn’t include daily backups, you can pay a small fee to upgrade, which is worth considering

Support

Simple, Effective Email Support at Hostinger Beats SiteGround’s Hidden Contact Form

SiteGround puts quality support at the heart of its business, and it offers phone, ticket, and live chat support to logged-in customers, as well as a chatbot system for instant answers. That logged-in part is key — if you’re not already a customer and just have questions, you don’t get to find answers through SiteGround at all.

Live chat support is available at Hostinger, but for paying customers only. If you have inquiries before you sign up, you can use the email form.

For Clarity and Transparency, Hostinger Is a Worthy Winner

Hostinger is my recommendation for an affordable cost with great features across all three shared hosting plans.

Although SiteGround and Hostinger have much in common, SiteGround has many features that are geared toward developers. Many customers simply won’t need them.

I also found Hostinger’s support to be more accessible, and it is transparent about its server status, which gave me confidence in its uptime promises.

If you’re looking for a host with the features and capacity to support a growing website, Hostinger provides real value, and the quality of its tech support is difficult to match. Get a taste of hostinger for free

Originally published at https://codeabhishek.000webhostapp.com on August 13, 2020.

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