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    I'm using GoDaddy only for domains, the hosting service is a mess.


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    Godaddy and Hostgator are just too big, their support is not the best and we found their servers to be varied in terms of age and performance. I think you are always better finding a medium-sized company that has more incentive to care about keeping your business. You should check where their support is based and where their servers are located. You want both to be in the same country and time zone as you.


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    Indeed, HostGator is preferable host over GoDaddy. HostGator has better execution contrasted with GoDaddy. While HostGator plans are marginally costlier than GoDaddy, it offers better an incentive for cash. On the off chance that you are an amateur, you can pick GoDaddy as it has less expensive plans and a dependable client assistance.


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    Godaddy is the best option


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    GoDaddy may actually have the edge for certain beginners. Domain management, web hosting, and website building all in one place is a very convenient option to have if you’re not keen on juggling them separately.


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    Yeah, On my experience. Hostgator is best suitable for design simple portfolio websites. thanks.


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    Godaddy is best


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