InMotion Hosting Review

InMotion Hosting Review

InMotion Hosting Review
Courtesy/News Source: hostingtribunal.com

I’ve been studying InMotion Hosting for a while as a part of my ongoing search for the best website hosting company. I want to improve the world of hosting as a whole through honest, unbiased reviews and to-the-point feedback.

For that reason, I purchased an InMotion shared hosting plan and set up a default WordPress installation. Then I measured its performance to see the basic response time and the behavior under load of the InMotion servers.

I also talked a few times with the support team, went through the terms of service, checked the pricing structure of this independent hosting provider to deliver an honest and detailed web hosting review.

Read through it and see whether InMotion Hosting is the best possible hosting provider for your site.

Who Is InMotion Hosting?

InMotion Hosting is one of the biggest independent web hosting providers.

Independent in the world of web hosting means that the company is not owned by either GoDaddy or EIG. It is generally a good thing.

That’s not the only thing InMotion has going for it, though. Since its founding back in 2001, the host has exhibited an aura of true nerdiness and a strong focus on technical perfection – very admirable qualities in the business of hosting sites. Apparently, many thousand people think the same, given that InMotion hosts some 350,000 domains in its two data centers.

As a result, InMotion Hosting is an appealing choice for technically-savvy users, but my careful examination of the backend and the control panel showed very intuitive and easy to use interface.

Additionally, the company touts its own horn big time, claiming to have the best technical support out there.

Here’s a bit of foreshadowing for you: the claim is not totally unfounded.

But the support is not everything. One might argue that if you have excellent infrastructure, the support might not even come into play.

Does InMotion deliver where it matters the most?

Does it have the speed and reliability it advertises so heavily?

I will let the numbers speak.