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Choosing the Right Web Hosting Platform For Your Home Microgym

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Starting a home microgym without the right audience can be a real challenge. In today’s world, whether you own a grocery store, a computer repair shop, or even a microgym, having an online presence is vital for success. It’s a fact that 84% of consumers believe businesses with a website are more trustworthy and reliable, so say no more, right? It’s time you set up a website for your microgym!

But wait, which web hosting platform should you choose? Here are three.


BlueHost has been recognized by small business owners around the world for having exceptional services and being completely affordable, which is exactly what you need as the owner of a micro gym, especially one that is just being established.


  • Excellent Customer Service
  • 99.8% Uptime
  • Offers a number of hosting types including;
  • Shared
  • VPS
  • Dedicated
  • Reseller
  • WordPress
  • WooCommerce
  • Affordable


  • Not equipped for sudden spikes in website traffic
  • The basic plan offers limited storage space
  • Beware of hidden fees at checkout

BlueHost offers a number of packages, allowing you to choose the one that best suits you, without paying for features that don’t benefit you! Paid plans start at as little as $2.95 per month, which is easily affordable for your microgym business.


InMotion offers one of the largest package varieties on the market. This hosting platform allows you to pick a plan that includes things that will be most useful to you, without blowing your budget on things that you don’t even need. Ensuring your microgym websiteis hosted by a reliable host is essential to having a website that brings you positive results, and InMotion is known for having a knowledgeable support team that is able to resolve problems quickly and efficiently.


  • There is a large variety of plans to choose from
  • The basic plan comes with unlimited disk space
  • Knowledgeable Support Team
  • Easy-to-use website builder
  • Money-back guarantee
  • Unlimited data transfers


  • Uptime is not as great as competitors (99.97% uptime)
  • Windows hosting is not supported, only Linux

As previously mentioned, thanks to the near-to-infinite package possibilities, InMotion allows you to pay for what is most important to you, while keeping your budget tight, alongside having a reliable website for your microgym. Plans are offered for as cheap as $2.45 per month, cheaper than most hosting sites out there.


We just could not leave HostGator out of this list. HostGator is without a doubt, one of the best hosting platforms for small businesses, microgyms included. HostGator does not only offer the usual website hosting features, but it also comes with features that allow your business to reach a larger audience. Thanks to this, we strongly recommend HostGator as your microgym website hosting company.


  • Even shared plans come with unlimited storage
  • Even shared plans offer unmetered bandwidth
  • Free email marketing tools


  • The dashboard can be hard to navigate at times
  • Dedicated plans come with a no money-back policy

Although the no money-back policy may seem frightening, the good news is that HostGator is known as a reputable hosting company, with excellent reviews all over the internet. What’s even better is that HostGator offers free email marketing tools that will without a doubt benefit your home microgym budiness when it comes to finding new potential clients. All these amazing features are offered for as little as $2.75 per month, so sign up now!

Overall, no matter what is most important to you in a hosting company, there are so many trustworthy hosting providers ready to serve you. Each site prioritizes different aspects of website hosting, and you can often find a provider that values the same thing as you, the microgym owner. Nevertheless, it’s safe to say that whatever provider you choose to work with, having a website for your home microgym is a must!

For other web hosting platforms check out our page on Steps to Become A Home Microgym.

John Borrego

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