I’ve just finished paying for a reseller hosting account on Hawkhost to host some “viral media sites” that I’ve got under development. I’ve never used Hawkhost before, but found them being recommended by Luke Kling of Peerfly/FPTraffic fame.
This page will be the home of my Hawkhost review, all updated and relevant for 2019. I’ll be adding to the review as I go about setting up my site(s) on Hawkhost.
Things I’ll be looking at:
- Quality of customer service
- How easy it is to get sites setup
- Speed and reliability of the hosting
So make sure that you stay tuned and come back soon to check out my review of Hawkhost when it is all finished!
What Is Hawkhost?
Hawkhost is another hosting company. There are just so many out there that it can be hard to know where to begin. You’ve probably heard of the big ones like GoDaddy and BlueHost – but Hawkhost is definitely not such a prominent name.
As mentioned above, I decided to give Hawkhost a try because it was recommended by Luke Kling. He’s one of my favourite personalities in the affiliate marketing game (especially with all the hard work he puts in to FPTraffic) so I decided to follow his recommendation and give them a try.
There are a number of different options available with Hawkhost, all of which naturally vary depending on exactly what type of hosting you’ve chosen.
I personally chose a reseller account, as I plan to be using a whole bunch of different domains and hosting different sites. However, at the moment I just have a “main” website hosted on there.
How Easy Is It To Register & Get Setup?