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While mostly aimed at businesses, that doesn’t mean that InMotionHosting doesn’t care about small-time users, providing great support for everyone.

If you are looking for a truly reliable hosting provider, who will help you and support your website then choose InMotionHosting


  • 99.99% uptime;
  • Free SSL and cPanel license;
  • 90 Days refund period;
  • Unlimited bandwidth.


  • Mediocre support speed;
  • Only US locations;
  • Some of the plans are only available for yearly subscriptions.


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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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