UPDATE: CheapWordPressHosting.net is moving to GreenGeeks web hosting. So far their customer support has been excellent! After the move we will let you know all about it. While we start the migration check out their site and see for yourself. Don’t forget you can use GreenGeeks coupon code CWP30OFF to get $30 off your order.

 

Welcome to Cheap WordPress Hosting. We have put together a complete list of Cheap WordPress Hosting services. All of the web hosting companies listed below are WordPress friendly. On top of that all of the web hosting plans listed come with a site builder. Site builder will help you get your new WordPress website up and running in a matter of minutes. Once you choose your hosting provider make sure to come back and rate their service and performance. We’ve searched high and low looking for cheap WordPress hosting providers so you don’t have to!

If you used our site to help find a web hosting service please come back and send us some information on which cheap wordpress hosting plan you chose and a link to your site so we can feature it here.

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WordPress

GreenGeeks

HostGator

hostmonster

A2 Hosting

FatCow
Disk Space Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Bandwidth Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Websites Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
MySQL DB Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Email Accounts Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Site Builder
Free Domain
FTP
Shopping Cart
Uptime Guarantee 99.9% 99.9% 99.9% 99.9% 99.9%
Green 300% 130% 100%
Control Panel cPanel cPanel cPanel cPanel vDeck
Domains Hosted 30,000+ 5,000,000 1,700,000 N/A N/A
Founded 2006 2002 2006 2003 1998
Minimum Plan 1 Month 1 Month 12 Months 1 Month 12 Months
Regular Price $14.95 $7.16 $5.95 $9.95 $4.67
Best Price $4.95 $3.96 $4.95 $3.46 $3.50
Coupons $30 Off First month $0.01 N/A 15% Off 40% Off
Link GreenGeeks Website HostGator Website HostMonster Website A2 Hosting Website FatCow Website

(*Prices and discounts may be different if the above links are not used)

WordPress

HostRocket

ThinkHost

DreamHost

iPage
Disk Space Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Bandwidth Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Websites Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
MySQL DB Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Email Accounts Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Site Builder
Free Domain
FTP
Shopping Cart
Uptime Guarantee 99.5% 100% 100% 99.9% 99.9%
Green 100% 100% 100%
Control Panel cPanel Custom Custom cPanel vDeck
Domains Hosted N/A N/A N/A 2,000,000 1,500,000
Founded 1999 1999 1997 1996 1998
Minimum Plan 1 Months 6 Months 6 Months 12 Months 12 Months
Regular Price $11.98 $19.95 $10.95 $6.95 $4.50
Best Price $5.99 $7.95 $7.95 $4.95 $3.50
Coupons N/A $30 Off Free Domain & $10 Off N/A N/A
Link HostRocket Website ThinkHost Website DreamHost Website BlueHost Website iPage website
(*Prices and discounts may be different if the above links are not used)

(*Prices and discounts may be different if the above links are not used)

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We’ve put together a list of current web hosting coupons and coupon codes. The coupons usually range anywhere from 10% off to 1 month free hosting, free domain name or free IP address!

Hosting Service Coupon Description Coupon Code Link
GreenGeeks GreenGeeks – $30 off Hosting CWP30OFF Website
HostGator HostGator – First month of hosting for 1 cent ($0.01) PROMO1PENNY Website
HostGator HostGator – 25% off any package. Save up to $116.55, works well with 6 – 36 month plans. 25PERCENTPROMO Website
DreamHost DreamHost – Free domain name for life! DOMAIN4LIFEFREE Website
DreamHost DreamHost – $21 off any DreamHost package 21OFFDREAMHOST Website
DreamHost DreamHost – 1 Free Unique IP address 1UNIQUEIPFREE Website
DreamHost DreamHost – Free domain name and $10 off any hosting package FREEDOMAIN10OFF Website
A2 Hosting A2 Hosting – 15% off any A2 Hosting package A2SHARED15 Website
A2 Hosting A2 Hosting – 20% off any A2 Hosting VPS package A2VPS20 Website
A2 Hosting A2 Hosting – 12% off A2 dedicated hosting A2DEDI12 Website
ThinkHost ThinkHost – $30 off any ThinkHost package oak_THINKHOSTCOUPON Website
FatCow FatCow - 40% Off any FatCow hosting plan FatCow Website

(*Prices and discounts may be different if the above links are not used)

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GreenGeeks

   

GreenGeeks has been around since 2006 and hosts over 30,000+ domains. The company is based out of Santa Monica, California. As the name implies they are a green web hosting company. They run their data centers on 300% renewable green wind power. You may be wondering how does someone use more than 100%? They purchase 3x the wind power they actually use. So not only are they off setting their carbon footprint they are also offsetting others too.


GreenGeeks offers some very nice features like unlimited bandwidth, unlimited disk space, unlimited email accounts, unlimited MySQL data bases, free domain name for life and lot more. If you’re not satisfied with all of that they also offer a money back guarantee.

  

Save $30 when you use GreenGeeks Coupon Code: CWP30OFF 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Is Godaddy not cutting it anymore? Are you looking for GoDaddy alternatives? Look no further, we’ve put together a comparison chart of some of the most popular web hosting companies. Depending on what you’re looking for you can find hosting for about $4.00 to $5.00 a month. Some of these web hosting plans even come with a free domain name.

 

Some web hosting providers have even started to go Green! Several of the industry leading hosting companies have started purchasing wend energy credits to offset their data centers power by as much as %100 to %300!

 

Most of the shared web hosting plans start at about $4 to $5 a month and would be a great godaddy alternative. However, if you’re looking for a VPS (virtual private server) several of the companies also offer this too. VPS plans usually start around $19.95 a month and go from there. Virtual private server can be a great alternative if you’ve outgrown your shared hosting plan.

 

Here is a quick comparison chart that lists several GoDaddy alternatives.

 

To see the full blown comparison chart click here.

 

CompanyDisk SpaceBandwidthMySQL DBEmail AccountsFree DomainGreenControl PanelPriceLink
GreenGeeksUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedYes300% Wind PowercPanel$4.95Visit GreenGeeks
BluehostUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedYesNocPanel$4.95Visit Bluehost
HostGatorUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedNo130% Wind PowercPanel$3.96Visit HostGator
HostMonsterUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedYesNocPanel$4.95Visit HostMonster
iPageUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedYes100% Wind PowervDeck$3.25Visit iPage
FatCowUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedYes100% Wind PowervDeck$3.49Visit FatCow
A2 HostingUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimitedNoYescPanel$3.46Visit A2 Hosting

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VPS (Virtual private server) is a term used by Internet hosting services to refer to a virtual machine. The phrase is used for emphasizing that the virtual machine, although running in software on the same physical computer as other clients’ virtual machines, is functionally equal to another physical computer, is committed to the individual customer’s needs, offers the privacy of a separate physical computer, and can be configured to operate as a server computer (i.e. to run server software). The phrase virtual dedicated server or VDS is used less often for a similar idea, nonetheless it may indicate that the machine does not use burst/shared ram through multiple machines, as well as individual Processor cores.

In addition to reducing hardware and power expenses, virtualisation allows businesses to run their legacy programs on older versions of the os on the same machine as newer applications.

Each virtual server can operate its very own full-fledged os which enables it to be individually restarted.Dividing a single server so that it appears as many servers has been common practice on mainframe computers and mid-range computers such as the IBM AS/400. It is now more prevalent with the development of virtualization software and technologies for microcomputers.

The physical server commonly runs a hypervisor which is given the job of creating, releasing, and managing the resources of “guest” os’s, or virtual machines. These guest operating systems are allocated a share of resources of the physical server, typically in a manner in which the guest isn’t aware of any other physical resources save for those allocated to it by the hypervisor.

The guest system can be fully virtualized, paravirtualized, or a a mix of both of the two.

In a completely virtualized environment, the guest is presented with an emulated or virtualized set of hardware and it’s unaware that this hardware isn’t strictly physical. The hypervisor in this case must translate, map, and convert requests with the guest system into the appropriate resource requests on the host, producing considerable overhead. Virtually all systems can be virtualized using this method, since it involves no changes of the operating system, however a CPU supporting virtualization is necessary for the majority of hypervisors that perform full virtualization.

In a paravirtualized environment, the guest recognizes the hypervisor and connects directly with the host system’s resources, with the hypervisor implementing real-time access control and resource allocation. This translates into near-native performance since the guest sees identical hardware as the host and can thus communicate with it natively. UNIX-like systems, for instance Linux, some variants of BSD, Plan 9, and OpenSolaris are currently known to support this method of virtualization. Nevertheless, installing os’s as paravirtualized guests tends to require more knowledge about the operating system in order to have it use unique hypervisor-aware kernels and devices.

Some examples of paravirtualization-capable hypervisors are Xen, Virtuozzo, Vserver, and OpenVZ (which is the open source and development variation of Parallels Virtuozzo Containers).

Hybrid or partial paravirtualization, is full virtualization, but in which the guest utilizes paravirtualized drivers for key components for example networking and disk I/O, leading to greatly increased I/O performance. As a result, it’s a common solution for operating systems which cannot be modified (for various reasons) to support paravirtualization.

One example of a hybrid hypervisor is Kernel-based Virtual Machine.
Vps bridge the gap between shared hosting services and dedicated web hosting services, providing self-sufficiency from other customers of the VPS service in software terminology but at less cost than a physical dedicated server. As a VPS operates its own copy of its operating system, customers have superuser-level access to that os instance, and can install almost any software that works on the Operating system. Certain software doesn’t run well within a virtualized environment, for example virtualizers themselves; some VPS providers place additional restrictions, but they are typically lax compared to those in shared hosting environments. Due to the number of virtualization clients generally running on one machine, a VPS generally has limited processor time, RAM, and hard drive space.

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