Liquid Web vs. Media Temple

Considering VPS Hosting from Media Temple? Media Temple, perhaps best known for their shared hosting solutions, offers several Virtual Private Server plans for sites that require more resources or a fully isolated environment. Like most other web hosts, Media Temple’s VPS plans are available in both managed and unmanaged varieties, but their definition of “Managed” […]

Liquid Web vs. WP Engine

Considering WP Engine for Managed WordPress Hosting? WP Engine is a popular destination for premium-priced WordPress-only hosting — it is, after all, the company’s sole focus and their only product. On the surface, that’s a terrific selling point. But upon closer inspection, you may decide that their solution simply forces you to make too many […]

Liquid Web vs. GoDaddy

Considering Web Hosting from GoDaddy? You’ve no doubt seen at least a few of GoDaddy’s ubiquitous ads. In fact, before you ever visit GoDaddy’s website, you probably at least know that they’re famous for their low, low prices. It’s a great pitch, and anyone in need of a basic web site whose expectations for service […]

Liquid Web vs. InMotion

Considering InMotion for Your Web Hosting? Choosing the right server for your current and future web hosting needs is rarely as simple as comparing prices on a website. Making the right choice means taking a wealth of factors into consideration: processor type and speed, drive type and configuration, and performance benchmarks to name a few. […]

Liquid Web vs. HostGator

Considering HostGator for Your Web Hosting? HostGator is one of the most-recognized names in web hosting, but overall impressions are far from universal. Web novices shopping solely on price may welcome the opportunity to lock in their savings through contract terms as long as three years. Likewise, experienced site owners with minimal support needs and […]

Liquid Web vs. Rackspace

Considering a Dedicated Server from Rackspace? Finding the perfect server for your web hosting needs can be an especially daunting task, and it’s certainly tempting to settle for whichever off-the-shelf, one-size-fits-all package your sales agent recommends. There is, however, a smarter choice: Find a host that honestly cares about your business. One that will listen […]

Liquid Web vs. Amazon Web Services

Considering an Amazon Web Services Cloud Server? Amazon Web Services’ pay-per-minute and pay-per-region pricing structure for each server, service, and resource used has helped dozens of billion-dollar, multinational corporations serve bandwidth-intensive content to a constantly fluctuating user base. Companies such as Netflix, Spotify, and (until recently) Dropbox may be well-served by that model, but it […]