If you are considering creating a food blog to make some extra money from, you’re going to have to consider which hosting company to use. I know, you know nothing about hosting. Back in 1998 we chose Godaddy hosting for lack of a good alternatiive. We thought it was great. MY HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED! Godaddy is horrible today, and the good news is – there are a couple awesome alternatives.
Food blog hosting for beginners that are just getting started is a no-brainer. Bluehost.com is the best hosting company to start with. There’s nobody better geared toward helping newbies get started food blogging.
So the GOOD NEWS IS – BLUEHOST is offering deep discounts on hosting – it’s now less than $5 per month and you get their STELLAR customer support services.
There are dozens of companies that offer webhosting for food and other blogs. There is no reason to go research them, we’ve been keeping up with webhosting for fifteen years now and we know the two best companies for beginners and moderately advanced food bloggers!
If you’re just getting started – use Bluehost. Hands down, it can’t be beat.
If you’re well into blogging and you have over 500 people to your food blog every day and they’re looking at a thousand or thousands of pages each day, you can either stay at Bluehost – which can definitely handle the traffic, or you might want something a little more advanced. Knownhost.com is the next step after Bluehost. So, decide where you’re at in the food blogging world – and choose one or the other below. Both have solid hosting plans and delivery. Both are top rated among online bloggers all over the globe. Both have absolutely unbeatable customer service. Both are VERY affordable, depending what you need.
Choose a hosting company to handle your food blog needs and find out more:
10-Part Series: How to Start a Food Blog
- Creating Your Food Blog
- Choosing Your Domain Name
- Your Food Blog Business Hosting – this page
- Choosing a Great WordPress theme
- The Basics of Food Blogging
- Bringing Visitors to Your Food Blog – Traffic
- 25 Solid Food Photography Tips
- Making Money from Your Food Blog – Monetizing
- Creating Food eBooks
- Gathering Email Addresses – Leads