Shared Hosting

Our shared service delivers a powerful, proven platform that's perfect for hosting your websites.

Featured Hosting Plans

Personal

$59.95 Annually
  • Free cPanel
  • 2 Email Accounts
  • 2 Email Lists
  • 2 Databases
  • 2GB Storage
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Small Business

$79.95 Annually
  • Free cPanel
  • 10 Email Accounts
  • 10 Email Lists
  • 2 Databases
  • 10GB Storage
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Enterprise

$99.95 Annually
  • Free cPanel
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • Unlimited Email Lists
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 25GB Storage
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World Class Features

Maximum Performance

SSD drives produce lightning fast load times for data driven sites. All servers are state of the art running the latest iteration of software.

WordPress Ready

All cPanel accounts are loaded with Softaculous, which includes one-click installation of WordPress!

Free Let’s Encrypt SSL

Software running on a web server can interact with Let’s Encrypt to painlessly obtain a certificate, securely configure it for use, and automatically take care of renewal.

Concierge Style Service

All shared and dedicated accounts are monitored, backed-up and managed on multiple levels so you never really lose your data or emails.

99% Uptime Guarantee

All servers run dual drives (RAID 1) and backup every night (double redundancy).

Frequently Asked Questions

Shared hosting is when your website (and/or email) resides on the same server as other shared accounts. Accounts are separate but share the overall space and bandwidth allotted to that server.
Some companies put as many as 1000 accounts on a single server. This can seriously impede websites as they need to share resources such as bandwidth, space and firewall settings. This also burdens the server , as it has to process and load all the visitors' requests to view and interact with the websites on that server. DotMeBaby limits servers to no more than 95 accounts..
If you are moving to another provider, if they have cPanel shared servers, yes. Moving does require a change of IP address because IP addresses cannot be moved between providers. This can affect or interrupt email service in come cases.