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HostPapa is aimed at commercial businesses, but that doesn’t stop them from caring for each of their customers, no matter the affiliation. 

If you are looking for a reliable platform to host your eCommerce project, check out HostPapa.


  • eCommerce and business specialization;
  • Website builder, and “Do-it-for-me” service;
  • Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 services;
  • SSL certificate and cPanel included;
  • Partner Deals.


  • Tech Support response times are sketchy and unreliable;
  • Mostly annual payment;
  • Vital features like backups or security have to be paid for;
  • Basic website builder allows you to create 2 pages only.

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John Cardona
John Cardona

I'm an expert in external communications, worked in hosting companies from the United States, Germany, and the Netherlands. In my free time, I Meditate and learn Chinese.


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