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If you're looking for a Web host with quick and easy tools to build your website, these services are the best tested by pcmag.com.


If you're ready to select a great Web hosting service, Please read the reviews below of the biggest and best names in the space.

Arvixe Web Hosting
Everyone has different requirements, but odds are high that Arvixe will meet most of your needs. Arvixe hits all our major requirements, with unlimited bandwidth and storage, spam filters, helpful customer support, e-commerce and blog hosting, and more.

Dreamhost Web Hosting
Dreamhost offers more high-end Arvixe, but it is slightly harder to get started. If you are a savvy Website administrator and don't need the hand holding, then considering investing in Dreamhost's unlimited everything (bandwidth, storage, emails) for all your Web hosting needs. Dreamhost doesn't have a site builder, so be prepared to purchase one, build your site elsewhere, or just migrate over an existing site.

Hostgator Web Hosting
That cartoon alligator notwithstanding, HostGator is a serious Web host. It is stable and reliable, and if you are worried about pricing, HostGator's raft of discounts and promotions will keep costs under control. The control panel makes it easy to find anything you need, from third-party apps to site statistics. Reaching customer service can be a little tricky, but the Web chat is always just a click away.

InMotion Web Hosting
InMotion Hosting is one of the easier and cheaper Web hosting services out there, and thankfully, the company didn't skimp on its features. You will find plenty of e-commerce and email marketing tools at your fingertips. The customer service is top-notch.

SiteGround Web Hosting
SiteGround is the anti-Dreamhost. You pick SiteGround for your Web hosting needs if you need a lot of hand-holding and help getting your Website up and running. You may get less technical bang for your buck, but its phenomenal customer service and tutorials are perfectly suitable for small businesses and individuals.

Bluehost Web Hosting
Bluehost is a respectable Web host that makes setting up a site or WordPress blog a breeze. It looks and feels a lot like HostMonster because they share a parent company, but if you are very security conscious, you may like Bluehost's offerings better. The Mojo Marketplace has a great selection of third-party applications that you can install to your account.

GoDaddy Web Hosting
GoDaddy has one of the slickest marketing machines on the Web. If you've only heard of one of the services on this list, chances are it's GoDaddy. GoDaddy offers incredible customer service, email that's integrated into Microsoft products, and a flexible site-building tool, but some niggles prevent it from being the king of the Web hosting hill.

HostMonster Web Hosting
HostMonster in many ways looks and feels like Bluehost as they share the same parent company. Don't make the mistake of thinking they are cookie cutter copies, as HostMonster is easy to use and offers a lot of cool add-ons. Like many of our other top-rated Web hosts, HostMonster offers Weebly as its site builder.

Network Solutions Web Hosting
Like GoDaddy, Network Solutions lets you put your domain registrar and Web host eggs into one basket. Tons of add-ons are available, making Network Solutions one of the most customizable services out there. If you will be managing a lot of email accounts, Network Solutions has one of the best email management tools we've seen.