Bluehost is one of the biggest hosting providers in the US. Over the last 10 years it has spread its host tentacles overseas and built an international client base.

Although there is a lot of criticism over their support and uptime, Bluehost still sticks true to its original intent and provides – cheap, reliable and effective hosting.

In full disclosure we don’t think it’s the best hosting for Australians, but it comes pretty close.

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Bluehost claims to be the best web hosting online, however, we think that crown already belongs to Siteground or A2 Hosting.

In this review we’re going to cover the good, the bad and ugly about Bluehost and give you a retailed look at what our results and data show.

Sorry guys at this time we aren’t done this review. We started but didn’t get around to finishing it, but will soon. If you’re still curious about what we have to say, let me break it down.

We like Blue Host but believe that their service and quality has really started to slide over the last few years and for that reason we actually recommend Siteground as a superior alternative.

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