While there are many hosts to choose from on the web, few have shown the level of attention and care that SiteGround has. Most don’t realize it, but many of the hosting companies on the web are actually owned by the same company; get bad service with one and you’re likely to get bad service with another.
Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of working with a number of hosts. Some of our experiences were bad, some were terrible and then there was SiteGround. In every way we could measure, they were the best. We were blown away by their lightning fast server speeds, rapid 24-hour tech support and incredible pricing.
If you chose to use SiteGround as your host, the following instructions will help you get setup. If you’d like to use another host, please contact a member of our support team to ensure your hosting arrangement is suitable for your new website.
SiteGround allows recurring billing to be set up with Visa and Mastercard. These are the only options available on the checkout page. If you would prefer to pay with American Express, start a Live Chat with SiteGround support by clicking here. Provide your domain and let them know you want to pay with American Express and they will provide you with a link to a separate payment form. Keep in mind that you will need to manually renew your hosting subscription when renewal time comes.
In very rare cases, banks or card issuers decline transactions from SiteGround because their headquarters is in London (they do have a local office in Alexandria, VA). If you get a decline message at checkout, contact your bank and let them know you authorize the purchase and try again.