Enom vs godaddy?

lkovnih226

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I am hosting some domains with Godaddy but I was recommended to Enom by a friend.
I think Enom is great but it's too expensive. Godaddy service is better?

Any advice please?

Thanks in advance.
 

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The problem with GoDaddy hosting is that they don't provide enough resources with their shared hosting plans. I just recently ended one plan that I had with them for that very reason. If you have a couple of WordPress sites on an account then you will be getting warnings all the time that your resources have or are reaching their limit.

GoDaddy has only 512MB of RAM on most of their shared hosting and managed WordPress hosting plans. If you are going to have more than one website or have a very busy website then that's not going to be enough.

GoDaddy is good for some things but their hosting plans are not one of them. Mainly because of their lower amounts of resources. They also blacklist some plugins / addons so you have limits on which ones you can use with GoDaddy.
 

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Personally I hate godaddy hosting but i love all their other services. I don't know much about enom but I work with AsmallOrange and I am very happy on their VPS service.
 

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For registering domain names, GoDaddy is fine.

For hosting websites, I would not use GoDaddy or Enom!
 

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eNom and GoDaddy are both reliable web hosts that provide multiple shared hosting plans to enable customers to choose the most proper one according to their current budget and needs. Nevertheless, the solutions are a little slower than those from many professional web hosting providers.
 

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I used to use GoDaddy for hosting but changed because of their low resources. Although I basically purchase all my domains from GoDaddy except for .io domains (they are cheaper at NameCheap)
 

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I prefer godaddy for domain name and bluehost for hosting.
 

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godaddy isn't always the cheapest for domains you should check out namecheap which is highly recommended hope that helps
 
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