InMotion Hosting Vs SiteGround 2019

by Adam @ WPCrafter   |   Last Updated: June 30, 2019
InMotion Hosting is a web hosting company that offers shared hosting, reseller hosting, and VPS’s.
SiteGround is a highly recommended web host online because they have catered to WordPress users and yet still have affordable pricing. They are most known for their fast performance and equally fast support.
Current Pricing: $2.95
Current Pricing: $3.95

Both solid web hosting companies that use SSD hard drives and include free SSL certificates. I do have to give the edge to InMotion Hosting because their SSL certificates are easier to activate and are from a better issuer. The performance with SiteGround is slightly better, but the cost is also much higher. With the exclusive 57% discount that InMotion Hosting provides for my subscribers, it's really hard to pass that deal up.

InMotion Hosting Pros

  • FAST Web Hosting with FREE SSDs
  • FREE SSL Certificate
  • FREE 1-click installer
  • FREE cPanel for easy server management
  • FREE domain to get you started

SiteGround Pros

  • Free SSL Certificate
  • FAST Knowledgable Support
  • WordPress Staging Enviroment
  • Free Website Migrations
  • 30 Days Of Backups

InMotion Hosting Cons

If you are transferring from another web host to InMotion Hosting, the transfer process can take some time. With so many new customers signing up each day for new website hosting, the transfer queue can get backed up.This is why I created a tutorial video on how to speed up the process by doing the majority of it yourself, fast and easy.

SiteGround Cons

  • Usage Is Meetered / Limited
  • When Going Over Limits, Your Website Is Throtlled
  • Lacks Malware Removal
  • Renewal Price Is High
  • Easy To Get Kicked Off Service For High Usage

Ease Of Use

10/10

Ease Of Use

10.00/10
Service is super easy to use and they have exclusive features for WordPress users such as staging, migrations, performance optimizations and more.

Price / Value

10/10

Price / Value

10.0/10
You really can’t beat the value on the initial offer that saves you 70% when ordering. However, when you renew, be ready to pay full price.

Support

10/10

Support

8.00/10
Everyone raves about SiteGround support and I will agree that it’s better than most. It’s not perfect though, I have has issues that they didn’t fix properly.

8 thoughts on “InMotion Hosting Vs SiteGround”

  1. I am currently hosting with SiteGround, however my renewal is coming up and I am a little disappointed with the significant price increase.

    I am based in Melbourne Australia and am wondering of your hosting suggestion?

    I initially chose SiteGround for the data centre based in Singapore, and have not found any other international hosts with locations close to Australia.

  2. Hey Adam, thanks for all your help and advice!! I’m wondering what package you have with InMotion for your 20 websites?

    I’m currently on a R2000-S reseller plan and I want to upgrade to improve performance. I think the shared hosting is killing my performance.

    I’m considering the VPS-1000 reseller plan but I don’t know if I might be better off to ditch the reseller plans and manage things myself on a WordPress Managed hosting plan like WP-5000S.

    I only have about 6-7 websites currently. One website having the most traffic is a course site using Lifter.

  3. I am in the process to buy a hosting. Have 2 in my list: inmotion and siteground.
    Based on your review I should choose inmotion hosting, however ther is big difference in price between wordpress plans between stieground and inmotion.
    So, should I choose inmotion share hosting instead wordpress plan?
    Why should I choose inmotion hosting?
    PS: I am living in the UK.

    2. Kind of personal question: which plan do you have?

    Thanks,

    1. I think part of the price difference is the discount InMotion Hosting gives to my subscribers. It’s totally up to you, but services are going to be quite similar.

      I have a few InMotion plans. All my demo videos are done on their lowest priced plan.

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