It took me a while to decide which domain service to use, but I knew I didn't want to use one of the giant ones. I like giving my business to smaller ...
entities. My decision was based mainly on the advice of a YouTuber I follow who also uses SiteGround, and I have zero regrets. In terms of tech background, I have NONE, and the customer service they provide is quick, friendly and patient.
SiteGround has long been a favorite for hosting in the US, but German company 1&1 has been in the business a lot longer and knows how to offer a comprehensive hosting service. It has a greater selection of hosting options and they all come with more memory and processing power than those offered by SiteGround. They’re also much cheaper too. 1&1 supports all major providers for CMS, including Magento and Presta Shop, and unlike SiteGround, 1&1 users can code their site in all major coding languages, like Django and Python.
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