Affordable WordPress Hosting
The most affordable way to get all the basics for your WordPress website.
Proficient & Friendly
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Fast Solid State Storage
100% Uptime Guarantee
Easy scaling for growing businesses
Managed WordPress & WooCommerce Service
You can host your WordPress sites on our cloud servers and enjoy amazing performance and a managed service.
Easy Start & Managed Updates
Staging, Git & WP-CLI
LSCACHE Caching & More
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Every Feature Your Site Could Ask For
Whether you’re a blogger, small-business owner, web designer, or developer, SystemFreaks makes it easy to start your online journey off on the right foot. Our WordPress web hosting solutions are an easy-as-pie way to get a great website up and running. Plus, with so many robust features — we throw in a domain, SSL certificate, professional email address, and privacy protection for free — Shared Hosting gives you everything you need to succeed online (without breaking the bank).
Unlimited Bandwidth & Storage
Advanced, Easy-to-Use Panel
Powerful 1-Click Installer
FREE Email Addresses
Instant WordPress Setup
FREE SSL Security
24/7 Expert Support
And so much more...
Web Geniuses — At Your Service
We’ll answer your questions and share advice on how to best manage the technical side of your site.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is web hosting?
Web Hosting is the act of hosting a web site in a shared environment. By providing the necessary support and technologies, a website’s file system, platform, and resources are all stored by the web host. Most web hosts offer domain purchases that allow a website to have its unique name. Finally, by combining all the pieces to the puzzle, a web host allows you to display the content of your web site onto the world wide web. Ultimately, affordable web hosting provides the ability to share your creative thoughts and ideas, ranging from personal to business, hosted on the internet!
Is Shared Hosting Right for My Site?
In order to get a website up and running on the web, you’ll need to purchase server space through a web hosting provider. There are a lot of different hosting options out there, so the type of hosting plan you choose will depend on the size, needs, and goals of your website.
So think: what do you ultimately want to accomplish with your website? What are your current content demands and traffic levels? What resources do you need? What features do you want? The answers to these questions can help guide your decision.
Shared Hosting plans at SystemFreaks are designed to be beginner-friendly and are ideal for users who are launching a new website or running several simple websites that don’t generate a lot of traffic. But don’t misunderstand us: these plans are anything but basic. Our Shared Hosting packages offer everything you need to create a powerful online presence — right from the start.
We provide advanced security, next-level support, top-level tech, optimized WordPress capabilities, and even advanced features, like unlimited MySQL databases, reseller and sub accounts, and a dedicated DreamHost control panel. We keep things running safely and quickly at all times.
No matter your website or level of developer expertise, Shared Hosting is a great place to start.
Why Is Shared Hosting More Affordable?
Shared Hosting is a solid starting place for any website, providing all you need to get up and running quickly. Plus, it’s easy to upgrade to other web hosting plans as your site grows. So why is Shared Hosting the most budget-friendly choice? It all comes down to the setup.
A shared server is a bit like a large apartment building — with individual website owners renting the apartments. Everybody needs a place to live, of course, but buying a private home is expensive when you’re just starting out. Sharing common areas and utilities with your neighbors in an apartment block keeps costs down. The same is true for Shared Hosting.
Shared Hosting gives your website’s files a comfortable home on the web while you divide resources and space with other website owners. The upside: much lower monthly costs. Unlike a user who is paying for exclusive access to a dedicated server, Shared Hosting customers are sharing the server maintenance costs across multiple sites — saving a lot of money in the process.
If you’re cash conscious, Shared Hosting is a fantastic entry-level plan with several great benefits at a can’t-beat-it price.
What should you look for in a Web Hosting Provider?
We realize that cost is often a major deciding factor when it comes to making any purchasing decision, however, one of the main focuses when shopping for webhosting should be a detailed review of the companies support offering. Ultimately having readily accessible support can determine just how seamless of an experience you will have with your chosen hosting provider. Other key factors to consider:
Whether your account will have limited resource restrictions, for example, limited storage, transfer, & domain, which will essentially impact the performance of your site.
Also, do they offer a variety of one-click installs for various scripts i.e. WordPress which is the most commonly used CMS?
How advanced are their security features? Do they offer automated software that detects patches that could contain malware?
Last but not least be sure to read the fine print to avoid getting locked into a longterm contract with hidden fees.
Unlimited vs fixed storage space?
We don’t offer unlimited storage to our customers on our shared hosting environment to avoid compromising speed and performance. Fixed storage is when each customer is allocated a fixed amount of the server’s resources and a limit is established without any ability to exceed this cap. Thus creating restrictions and making sure each website is treated equally.
The drawbacks of unlimited storage are somewhat self-explanatory, the hosting provider oversells server’s resources. This allows each customer to utilize ample resources in a first come first served way and by that compromising speed and performance of other websites.
Web hosting vs Domain Registration?
A domain is like owning a piece of property, many would classify it as a way to distinguish ownership and identity across the web. Simply put, a domain is a unique name that one can assign to a website. A domain maybe purchases outside of the web hosting company or provider and the two can work independently of each other. Owning a powerful and coveted domain is the equivalent of having a solid asset or investment. It often appreciates with time while serving as the namesake of your online brand or business. It’s essentially the essence of your brand and how you make your mark across the web. Several webmasters dedicate a significant amount of there time to seeking out popular domains to acquire as long term investments.
While web hosting is designed to ensure your data is secure, readily accessible, & online all of the time; the domain is a separate entity. Domain ownership may be purchased on its own, sometimes just to have ownership of the domain name. To link the two together, typically the web host provider will assign nameservers to your website that you may input at your domains registrar/website. Once doing so, the internet will recognize that the domain is linked to your website!