The following will compare BlueHost hosting with hosting. While there are pros and cons to each, we believe that there is a clear winner, in this case. Let’s get started.


  • Linux-based plans
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Beginner-friendly
  • WordPress¬†hosting

Major Differences:

  • BlueHost has a 30 day money-back guarantee, while has only a 15 day money-back guarantee
  • BlueHost has a wider range of plans to choose from
  • BlueHost uses the industry-standard cPanel
  • BlueHost does not have month-to-month payment plans
  • offers a basic starter plan for just $0.25/month
  • has more plan limitations


BlueHost hosting:
  • Shared
  • VPS
  • Dedicated
  • WordPress hosting:
  • Shared
  • WordPress

Prices: has cheaper hosting, though they have a limited selection. They have a starter plan that starts at just $0.25/month that comes with basic features, perfect for small blogs or email hosting. Their next cheapest plan, the Professional plan, starts at $2.50/month. Meanwhile, shared hosting plans with BlueHost start at $2.95/month, thanks to current discounts.


We definitely give the advantage to BlueHost. Although has some cheaper options, their plans are very limited. BlueHost has a longer money-back guarantee, less plan limitations, better usability, and has a wider range of plans to choose from. On top of this, BlueHost performs quite well in uptime percentage as well as page-loading speeds.