ChemiCloud Vs Bluehost Overview
ChemiCloud is a reliable web hosting provider that began its journey in 2016. ChemiCloud hosting includes 8 different global locations, Free Domain, unlimited Site Migration, Cloudflare Railgun, reasonable renewals, consistent uptime, and amazing speed.
Bluehost started in 2003 and is one of the oldest hosting companies. Bluehost is also a recommended name by WordPress.org. All Bluehost plans come with advanced and dedicated features such as resource protection, high scalability, Let's Encrypt SSL Certificates, SSD Storage, and more.
The service has many advanced add-ons too that customers can use for extended functionalities as Multi-Server Management, Access Control, Content Delivery Network, SiteLock, Domain Privacy, CodeGuard, Spam Protection, and more.
ChemiCloud Vs Bluehost – Uptime & Speed
For a hosting service to be reliable, it is important for one to have a decent uptime and speed. I bought hosting from both the companies to host a demo site on both the platforms.
I tested the speed and uptime of both the sites using my premium tools for 7 months and the results have been astonishing. While I found Bluehost to have a speed of 450ms and an uptime of 99.99%, I found my ChemiCloud site with a speed of 150ms and 99.99% uptime.
Although my Bluehost site has performed brilliantly too, my ChemiCloud site is the winner in terms of speed backed by advanced technologies such as LiteSpeed Caching, PHP7, HTTP/2, CDN, SSD drives.
ChemiCloud Vs Bluehost Features
Customers will get a Free Domain forever on every ChemiCloud plan and the host would also renew the domain for free. This is undoubtedly a useful feature from the perspective of cost as this will reduce the site maintenance cost to a large extent.
However, this does not entirely hold true for Bluehost as the company offers you a Free Domain only for the first year and after that, you would have to renew it every year by paying the renewal charge.
ChemiCloud security is pretty robust and it includes constant monitoring of server, Firewall custom rules, traffic encryption with Let