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5 best hostings server should use with Lumise

In this article we will suggest a few popular hosting and currently a lot of Lumise customers are using. It is fully compatible with Lumise without any problems with the server.

1. SiteGround

  • Shared hosting starting at $3.95/mo.
  • WordPress hosting starting at $3.95/mo.
  • Reseller server starting at $42/year.
  • Cloud hosting starting at $80/mo.

Siteground is one of the most recommended WordPress hosting companies. They are known for their top notch customer support and fast reliable hosting plans. Their WordPress optimized hosting includes everything you’ll need to create and grow a successful blog. 

Super fast servers: All SiteGround servers are highly optimized for speed. They are equipped with latest hardware like SSD drives and custom software to make sure that your site is super fast.

Customer Support:Their customer support is amazing to say the least. They offer 24/7 phone, live chat, and ticket based support.

Free CDN and SSL: They offer instant setup of Cloudflare’s free CDN and free SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt.
Multiple Server Locations They have data centers in three continents. You can choose the location you prefer during signup.

2. A2 Hosting 

  • Shared hosting starting at $2.96/mo. 
  • WordPress hosting starting at $2.96/mo.
  • Reseller hosting starting at $9.80/mo. 
  • VPS hosting starting at $5/mo. 
  • Dedicated servers starting at $99.59/mo. 

A2 Hosting does a lot of things right. It offers Linux and Windows-based servers, SSD, caching, CDN and SSL for all plans. While some plans offer uptime monitoring and regular backups, all plans offer malware scanning and automatic patching and updates.

The hosting provider offers a managed hosting service called HostGuard. Subscribers of this service have access to a 24/7/365 "Guru Crew" support team that manages network, hardware, software and security. Managed hosting for WordPress customers begins at $9.78/mo and for VPS customers at $25/mo.

24/7/365 customer support is available not only by live chat and email, but by phone. It offers free site migrations with some dedicated attention paid to making a transfer as smooth as possible. And, if you're willing to go for one of the higher-end plans, the company has put some serious attention into performance and caching.

3. Bluehost

  • Shared hosting starting at $2.95/mo.
  • WordPress hosting starting at $2.95/mo.
  • VPS hosting starting at $18.99/mo.
  • Dedicated hosting starting at $79.99/mo.

When you sign up to Bluehost, you'll get a free domain name for the first year, along with a free SSL certificate (allowing you to operate a secure website for your personal use or business).

If you're a WordPress user, Bluehost is definitely a web hosting provider to consider. While its managed WordPress hosting is a little more pricey than basic shared hosting, the company has both specific WordPress and WooCommerce hosting plans available (along with management support). It also offers a site migration service for an additional fee. 

The web hosting provider got bonus points for its policy of performing regular daily backups, even on the lowest-priced shared hosting accounts. Be aware, though, that the promotional price on the low-cost shared hosting does go up after the promotional period. That said, Bluehost offers 24/7 phone support, a 30-day money-back guarantee and SSH access for certain plan options.

4. HostGator 

  • Shared hosting starting at $2.75/mo. 
  • WordPress hosting starting at $5.95/mo. 
  • Reseller hosting starting at $19.95/mo. 
  • VPS hosting starting at $29.95/mo. 
  • Dedicated servers starting at $119/mo. 
  • Cloud hosting starting at $4.95/mo. 

HostGator is a full-service hosting company, with plans for almost any need. Whether you're starting out and need a very basic shared site, or need to be able to operate your own machine dedicated solely to your company, HostGator has a service that can help.

HostGator not only allows more sophisticated site builders to customize their dedicated or virtual server, but also to choose Linux or Windows hosting. While HostGator doesn't support SSDs on all plans, many of its servers can be equipped with the faster drives.

HostGator gained points for uptime monitoring and regular backups, along with free cPanel or Plesk. We liked that SSH is available for the more technically inclined site operators and that dedicated IP addresses could be purchased. We did take points off because it's sometimes difficult to tell what the price is once promotional plans run their course. That said, with a generous 45-day money back guarantee, there's a hosting solution for almost everyone at HostGator.

5. DreamHost 

  • Shared hosting starting at  $2.59/mo. 
  • WordPress hosting starting at  $2.59/mo. 
  • VPS hosting starting at $10/mo. 
  • Dedicated servers starting at $149/mo. 
  • Cloud hosting starting at $4.50/mo.

DreamHost's provide a free shared website to 501(c)(3) nonprofits is so notable. (Full disclosure: A nonprofit I was affiliated with once took advantage of this offer.) 

Beyond that, DreamHost is a top website hosting platform for many reasons. First, it operates its own control panel, which is convenient and easy to understand. While phone customer support isn't available 24/7, it is responsive to live chat and tickets. The company uses super-fast SSDs for all its storage, has a free SSL certificate (for more secured web browsing) and provides SSH access for those plans that are intended for more technical users.

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Hopefully the article will help you easily choose a  hosting server that suit your work requirements.