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Google Chrome launches integrated ad blocking

by Michael about 4 days ago

In response to the ever increasing prevalence of third-party ad blockers, Google has, as of yesterday, begun rolling out integrated ad blocking functionality within its Google Chrome browser.

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Siteground

$3.95

Per month

  • Their restrictions are transparent; they restrict CPU minutes, script executions and storage
  • They frequently update hardware and all shared accounts use SSDs; they’re also relatively cheap
  • They offer HTTP/2 and fantastic customer service; they’ve got good uptime but there’s no free domain

Great on features, uptime and cost; average on response time and they don't offer a free domain

GreenGeeks

$2.95

Per month

  • Good uptime and customer service
  • They support HTTP/2 and utilise SSD drives
  • Expensive if you pay monthly

Good customer service, uptime, response time and cost. Support for HTTP/2 but no free SSL.

Hostinger

$2.15

Per month

  • Good uptime and a response time that competes with more expensive competitors.
  • Poor uptime guarantee (99.00%) and no ‘free domain’ for entry-level customers
  • The best admin panel we’ve reviewed but poor customer response time

Great price, solid performance, good features and responsive support.

A2 Hosting

$3.92

Per month

  • They don’t offer automated backups or support HTTP/2 at this price range
  • The use SSD drives however CPU usage is restricted to 10% of 1 CPU core
  • Some of their restriction are lower – worse – than comparable hosts

Missing a number of core features offered by other hosts at this (introductory) price range. Average performance.

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