We’re good with domains. (We leave the web hosting to the experts).
All we do at iwantmyname is domains, but if you need a bit more flexibility than hosted services like Tumblr or Google Apps offer, we have a couple of web hosting services we recommend (we also recommend some SSL Certificates, if you need that sort of thing).
Dreamhost offers web hosting solutions with an easy to use custom control panel, easy one-click Wordpress installs, free SSL certificates, 100% uptime guarantees and 24/7 in-house support experts. With options including shared, VPS, dedicated, cloud and managed Wordpress plans there's a plan to suit everyone.
Bluehost is a web hosting provider perfectly suited for designers, small businesses, and hobbyists. The service offers different hosting options (shared, VPS and dedicated) managed WordPress hosting, and excellent 24/7 customer service.
Managed Wordpress hosting
Wordpress.com is home to everyone from brand new bloggers and entrepreneurs, to major brands like TIME, TED, and Spotify. With over 30% of the web running on Wordpress you're in good hands whether you're starting a new blog, building an e-commerce store or building a community. Wordpress.com has dozens of free and premium themes to choose from and 24/7 support to help you get up and running quickly.
WP Engine is a premium WordPress hosting service for professional bloggers and entrepreneurs. They help you to keep WordPress fast using free CDN (Content Delivery Network) access, various caching technologies and built-in scalability for traffic spikes. WP Engine now includes premium Wordpress themes and Genesis framework.
DigitalOcean (for developers)
DigitalOcean simplifies cloud hosting with an honest price structure, flexible API, and an intuitive control panel interface. Best of all, the installation is so streamlined that you can deploy a blazing fast SSD cloud server in just a few seconds. Sign up now and get $10 credit!
Using web hosting is easy
Once you’ve selected a web host for your domain, all you have to do on our end is update your nameservers. Once updated, you’ll manage all future DNS changes in your new web hosts control panel.