InMotion Hosting Review 2017
Is InMotion The Right Host For You?
InMotion Hosting not only have a cool name (it's pretty cool right?) but they've been kicking some serious butt in the Hosting industry for over 16 years with a quality affordable hosting service. Founded in 2001, InMotion Hosting are really well respected and definitely worth a look when deciding your hosting provider in 2017 and onwards. We'll break it all down for you, so you get to see "what's under the hood" before you make your hosting decision.
Detailed review of InMotion Hosting
With InMotion Hosting you're going to get a good solid hosting provider that has been in the market for 16 years and are someone you can rely on. They offer massive money back guarantees, whereas some well respected hosting providers are willing to offer up to 90 days, InMotion offer up to 90 days, which is only 1 of a handful of hosting provider who are confident enough to put their money where their mouth is.
While these benefits are definitely big ones to consider if you're on a budget, or if you're looking for a company that cares (their datacenters are green friendly), as hosting nerds we here at Bitpak are also concerned with the technical specifications of a host, and therefore the performance they can offer.
Undoubtedly InMotion are always looking to improve their technology - switching over to SSD servers on virtually all packages before some of their competitors have done so, however the actual power of their tech doesn't match some of the high-performance oriented hosts out there.
Various length money back guarantees
Amazing uptime performance.
Good tech for a host that offers so many services.
Great datacenter coverage of the U.S.
Some of their packages can't boast higher than average speeds.
Security features are somewhat basic.
Not great if your audience is outside the U.S.
Customer support gives more precadence to higher plans.
If you're looking for a solid host that offers different packages for businesses and entrepreneurs of all sizes then you'll definitely find something that works for you, whereas with some of the high-performance oriented hosts you'll likely not if you're a smaller business that's still scaling.