Our Experience: Web Hosting with Siteground vs. Cloudways vs. Flywheel

Our experience using Siteground, Cloudways, and finally Flywheel. What each web hosting account interface looks like. What bad customer service is.

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The last couple of months we went through web hosting hell.

We thought we would share our experience of using Siteground, then using Cloudways and finally ending up in bliss with Flywheel.

What’s in this vid?

We will show you the user areas for each hosting company. We will also share our experiences with each. Especially Cloudways and the vast contrast to Flywheel that it is.

We feel that our experience is valuable enough to share, as web hosting is one of the more critical aspects of web design. We entirely get that now! We hope this video will help you make an informed decision.

1 thought on “Our Experience: Web Hosting with Siteground vs. Cloudways vs. Flywheel”

  1. Thanks for this post. I started to consider moving two sites over to Cloudways from other hosts. There are few review on it other than hosting blogs and the info is subjective. I’ll take your word for it and stop researching that as a possible platform.

    I too have sites on SiteGround. The GoGeek service is $35/mo for renewals. For what you get, not bad. SiteGround has a unique method of hosting where each site is self contained using a mix of NGINX and Apache server technology, even though sites are part of a shared hosting farm.

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