Web Hosting Comparison Service
You have a site, you worked hard to generate unique content, but you chose the cheapest web hosting you could find or worse-it’s not even the cheapest hosting, it’s just an old server you have been using for years.
Our goal is to find the best web hosting to reduce server response time.
Disadvantages of a slow server
Slow hosting servers harm you, causing your site to be slow. As a result, users bounce back because they are tired of waiting for the page to load. Also, Google ranks you lower due to your slow page load (speed is officially a part of Google’s ranking parameters). Thus, you miss out on sales and get lower conversions.
Improving page load speed
Maybe you have already made a few tweaks to improve your page load speed, like compress your images, using a caching plugin, minify your CSS & JS files, and maybe you didn’t even do that (in this case, you might want to check my website speed optimization service).
In any case, your hosting server might be responsible for your slow page speed.
This is from a comparison I did for a client of mine, the exact SAME site, without any other speed improvements except for different hosting servers.
Known slow web hosting
If you have a site hosted by Bluehost, GoDaddy or HostGator, you have a slow hosting server!
Check if your site is using the latest protocol
HTTP/2 is one of the protocols that you can check to see if your hosting server supports it.
You don’t really need to understand what it is or how it works, you just need to check if your site is using it or not.
HTTP is the network protocol behind data communication on the Internet.
To fetch the web page you’d like to visit, your browser communicates with the server.
The browser requests the images, fonts and other resources needed with separate requests, and the server, in its turn, sends them as
HTTP/2 is an update to that protocol, fixing limitations found on HTTP/1.1, bringing faster Web Page Loading Speeds. It is mobile-friendly, has better security and it’s compatible with HTTP/1.1 for servers and browsers that still run on the old protocol.
Major improvements in HTTP/2 related to speed:
Single Connection. Only one connection to the server is used to load a website, and that connection remains open as long as the website is open. This reduces the number of round trips needed to set up multiple TCP connections.
Multiplexing – Multiple requests are allowed at the same time, on the same connection. Previously, with HTTP/1.1, each transfer would have to wait for other transfers to complete.
Server Push. Resources can be sent to a client for future use, before the browser even requests them.
Prioritization. Requests are assigned dependency levels that the server can use to deliver higher priority resources faster.
Binary. HTTP/2 uses binary code instead of text, which is easier for a server to parse, is more compact, and less error prone.
Header Compression. In HTTP/1, every request has a small piece of additional data attached-HTTP headers-describing how a browser or a server behaves. When an HTTP/2 connection is established, all the headers are packed into one compressed block to be sent as a unity. It gets across faster and reduces overhead.
If your site does not use this protocol, you are using an old hosting server, and you probably have a slow server response time.
Check here to see if your site is using the HTTP/2 protocol (it will open in a new window)
Check the server response time of your site
Even if your site uses HTTP/2, it still may be a slow hosting server (because of other old technologies or too many shared sites).
Below is a speed test, showing you the response time of your server (TTFB – Time To First Byte, which is the time spent waiting for the initial response. This is not how long it took for the page to fully load; it is just the duration until your server first responds).
Google recommends TTFB under 0.2 sec (200ms).
Fast TTFB is under 0.1 sec, while slow TTFB may reach up to 5 seconds (imagine that only then does the page start to download the necessary content, including text, images, fonts, styling, and scripts).
Click here to check your site TTFB (it will open in a new window)
This is from another comparison I did for a client of mine, the exact SAME site, without any other speed improvement except for different hosting servers.
FREE web hosting comparison
If your site is
And you want to see how YOUR site can perform faster and better, I can show you, for free, a comparison between your existing hosting and the hosting I’m using (read here about the fastest web hosting comparison I made, the link will open in a new window).
I will create a testing server just for you in US/EU/Asia/AU (depending on where most of your viewers are), and we can see how your site performs on the new server versus your current one.
We will do the comparison with exactly the same site, without any other improvements, just to compare your hosting to another hosting server.
I think if you see the results for YOUR site, it will give you insights and it will make it easier for you to decide if you want to change hosting services to reduce your server’s response time.
This is from another comparison I did for a client of mine, the exact SAME site, without any other speed improvements except for different hosting servers.
Is it really free?
Why am I offering this free service?
I love helping other people by improving their page speed.
Doing good is good for business.
After you see how fast your site can work, you will probably want to change your hosting, and if you do use my links on this page, I will get a commission.
But don’t worry, you will not pay more because I got a commission. Actually, you will pay LESS by using my unique discount.
How can I do a comparison with your site?
I will create a new testing server in a location you desire (based on where most of your viewers are located, e.g., can be in US/EU/Asia/AU).
I will send you all the details, step by step, on how to copy your site to the new server. Once the site is on the new test server, we will see how your site performs on the new server versus your current one.
How long will it take to do the comparison?
Creating my test server takes only a few minutes, but it can take a few hours to copy your site to the new server. Once completed I examine the results personally, making sure that we compare exactly the same thing.
I will send you the link to the test server, so you can check it and see the results by yourself.
I will not send you just a summary report, you will actually see, side by side, the two sites, and be able to compare them with your own eyes.
Is it safe?
Your current site will not be affected in any way.
I will NOT have admin rights to your site (because it’s a copy of your site, your credentials will be the same, and I don’t have them).