Domain Registration and Web Hosting
Surelutions offers domain name registration and web hosting support services for our website design and Care Plan clients. We're not a hosting company, but we're glad to help you navigate through the process. This a critical part of managing a website and many people find it frustrating, so we're here to help.
If you don't know where to start, our preferred web hosting companies are listed below.
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Surelutions' Preferred Web Hosts
A2 Hosting is known worldwide as a high quality hosting company, and just so happens to be our neighbor, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. We highly recommend them for their responsive customer service, excellent reliability, and high quality hosting options. The reason Surelutions likes to use A2 for our clients is because they have a variety of packages from inexpensive starter sites to fully managed enterprise solutions, with many options in between. That means you can start small and grow big without having to change hosting companies. Their hosting plans start at around $10/mo. A2 Hosting has been Surelutions' preferred web hosting provider since 2016.
WP Engine is a developer favorite that offers premium managed hosting plans specifically for WordPress websites. They are highly recommended for their high quality hosting packages and excellent customer service. Hosting packages start at around $35/mo.
More Good and Bad Hosting Companies
We also like these web hosting providers: GreenGeeks, Siteground (only for certain types of websites), Kinsta, LiquidWeb
We DO NOT recommend these web hosting companies: GoDaddy (fine for domains, see below), BlueHost, JustHost, HostGator, HostMonster, iPage, Dreamhost, 1&1, and any EIG subsidiary (links to wikipedia list)
Domain Registration Companies
When Surelutions was first in business, we used GoDaddy for many projects, and set up a storefront account (hosting.surelutions.com). As we moved into the WordPress world around 2007, we switched to hosting companies that worked better with WordPress. Since then, GoDaddy has made some great changes, and we still use them for domain purchasing and management. We continue to fully support client projects hosted on our GoDaddy reseller plan. To set up a new site, or access your existing Surelutions account, go to: