Find the top web hosting with InMotion Hosting’s Black Friday deals – ITProPortal

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Ranking among the best web hosting services for good reason, InMotion Hosting is an industry veteran offering a wide range of web hosting, from shared to VPS and all the way through to WordPress and dedicated hosting.

Our InMotion Hosting review remarked on its breadth of web hosting packages and wealth of choice, as well as its incredibly generous 90-day money-back guarantee: an industry-leading move. It’s also among our top picks for the best cloud hosting and the best VPS hosting.

For Black Friday, the company has announced a huge number of deals relating to its different web hosting packages and plans for shared, WordPress, reseller, managed VPS, and dedicated server hosting. 

Deals on its shared and WordPress hosting last until 31st December, while its deals on VPS, reseller, and dedicated hosting expire on 1st December – so make sure you take advantage before they run out!

Check out these time-limited hosting deals:

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InMotion Hosting’s shared hosting plans start at the equivalent of $2.29 a month if you pay three years in advance. The plans include Core, Launch, Power, and Pro, with all but the cheapest including unlimited websites, bandwidth, NVMe SSDs and email addresses. Only the high-end Pro plan can be paid monthly, with cheaper plans requiring 12-, 24-, or 36-month contracts. 

All VPS plans are cloud hosted and Linux-based, able to be paid for monthly, bi-annually, or in one, two, or three year subscriptions. Each plan is fully managed and includes free website migration, free cPanel accounts, a 99.9999% server uptime guarantee, unlimited bandwidth, a free SSL certificate, a built-in server monitoring dashboard, and DDoS attack protection. 

The cheapest plan is $19.99 a month, with 2GB of RAM, 45GB of storage, 4TB of bandwidth, and two dedicated IPs. As the price increases, so does the RAM, SSD storage and CPU cores on offer.

When it comes to WordPress plans, InMotion offers four options ranging from WP-1000S through to WP-4000S, the latter being the only plan that can be paid monthly (the others are available via one, two, or three year subscriptions). All plans offer unlimited bandwidth, email, and a free SSL certificate, with the number of sites, amount of SSD storage, and performance factor increasing with price.

Dedicated server hosting from InMotion comes in three plans: Essential, Advanced, and Elite. These are able to be paid for monthly, quarterly, bi-annually or annually, with Essential starting at $139.99 a month on an annual contract. RAM doubles as you move up the plans, while data transfer figures increase too alongside SSD Primary storage and the number of dedicated IPs.

InMotion’s reseller hosting is available across four plans: R-1000S, R-2000S, R-3000S, and Reseller VPS. Able to be paid for monthly, bi-annually, yearly, or over a two-year subscription, all offer a free dedicated IP, with SSD storage, bandwidth, and the number of included cPanel accounts increasing with price. The two most expensive plans include Launch Assist, which offers two free hours of managed hosting.

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Your next steps when choosing a web hosting provider

It’s best to avoid common hosting mistakes, and to learn about hosting security before you choose a hosting provider. It also makes sense to look into finding a leading website builder if you need one at this point, and to choose a domain name, register your domain, and look into domain privacy protection.

It’s also worth looking at our top picks for the best web hosting in our guides covering the best unlimited hosting, the best WordPress hosting, the best VPS hosting, and the best cheap web hosting.

Will Roszczyk

Will is B2B editor for ecommerce, focused primarily on website builders, web hosting, and cloud storage across Tom’s Guide and IT Pro Portal. He has 11 years of experience across B2B online content and magazine production, having previously been a sub editor, associate editor, and deputy editor at a global B2B publication, and editor of a B2B membership journal.