Best web hosting providers in 2020: Wix, WordPress, more

There are thousands of web hosting providers. Some hosting companies run their own data centers. Others rent virtual machines from cloud service providers. All provide some way for their customers to appear online. But choosing the web hosting service that’s right for you can prove to be quite the challenge. While you no longer need to be a programmer or an IT professional to properly configure a web presence, you do need to understand marketing and design and know how to get your message across.

We’ve spotlighted four classes of web hosting services, ranging from providers that give you a quick and easy way to build your website, all the way up to the big companies that provide full datacenter infrastructure capabilities as a service.

And with that, let’s start with the web hosting plans many entry-level folks will be most comfortable with, the website builders.

The point-and-click website builders

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Web hosting 2020: Best services and providers for your site

There are thousands of web hosting providers. Some hosting companies run their own data centers. Others rent virtual machines from cloud service providers. All provide some way for their customers to appear online. But choosing the web hosting service that’s right for you can prove to be quite the challenge. While you no longer need to be a programmer or an IT professional to properly configure a web presence, you do need to understand marketing and design and know how to get your message across.

We’ve spotlighted four classes of web hosting services, ranging from providers that give you a quick and easy way to build your website, all the way up to the big companies that provide full datacenter infrastructure capabilities as a service.

And with that, let’s start with the web hosting plans many entry-level folks will be most comfortable with, the website builders.

The point-and-click website builders

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Techstars grad WattBuy raises $3.25M to help households shop for electricity providers

WattBuy founders Naman Trivedi and Ben Hood.(WattBuy Photo)

WattBuy raised $3.25 million to expand its database tool that collects and shares energy rates in unregulated states where residents and businesses can shop around for their electricity providers.

WattBuy shines a new light on electric rates by plugging into public energy data

Founded in 2017, the company lets users upload their electricity usage and compare available plans to save money or buy electricity from a solar or wind energy provider.

WattBuy is led by co-founder and CEO Naman Trivedi, who previously worked at Google and Box, and was a science and technology advisor at the White House during the Obama administration. Trivedi helped launch WattBuy out of Seattle but is now based in New York City. WattBuy co-founder and CTO Ben Hood is based in Washington D.C. and was most recently CEO of Polish mobile developer GogoApps.

Evergy Ventures led the

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Major Hosting Service Providers Prepared to Announce Some of the Biggest Black Friday Discounts Ever According to WHSR – Press Release

Industry experts, WHRS, reveal that many major hosting service providers are preparing to announce significant Black Friday weekend discounts.

PERAK, MALAYSIA / ACCESSWIRE / November 16, 2020 / Businesses looking to buy hosting may want to hold off on it for a few more days, according to Jerry Low, CEO of WHSR. In Black Friday deals this year, businesses and individuals could end up paying 80% less than the regular price, in other words, an 80% discount. The deals are expected to be announced by some of the leading hosting service providers globally, and WHSR will be the first to publish it.

Web Hosting Secrets Revealed (WHSR) is fast becoming home to the most extensive collection of Black Friday Hosting deals as they are announced. The company has reached out to over 90 hosting service providers worldwide to find out what discounts they will be offering.

Web Hosting Secrets Revealed

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doxo Biller Directory Surpasses 75,000 Payable Service Providers Across the Country

Largest bill pay Directory continues to expand its coverage; doxo payment network reaches new milestone by delivering consumer bill payments in more than 90% of US zip codes

doxo, the all-in-one web and mobile bill pay service, today announced that its consumer-driven Directory of payable billers has surpassed 75,000 service providers across the country – five times larger than any other consumer bill pay network. To date, over four million doxo users, across more than 90% of US zip codes, have paid bills through the doxo payment network. As more consumers in large cities, small towns, and rural areas continue to participate, doxo’s Directory has expanded by over 25% over the past year, with payment activity across more than 45 different service categories.

The doxo Directory provides the most comprehensive coverage of household bill pay in the United States. Out of the 45 service categories within doxo’s Directory, some of

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