Top Free Hosting Companies

I’m in the hosting industry.  I refer a lot of people onto free hosting companies  Because of this I put together the Top 25 Hosting Companies in the World a couple months ago to help people and give them an unbiased option with no affiliate revenue behind it.  Today, I’m at it again with the Top Free Hosting companies so that all of you can host your site for very cheap and expand your business.

I polled 43k people to find out who’s the best.  Not to mention gave away a free hosting/domain account for life to one lucky person.  My intention with the post was to really help out all the many people searching for free hosting in the world.  There aren’t a ton of free hosting sites out there but the ones who do it good are pretty amazing.  Wix, Weebly, 000WebHost, Yola and EDUblogs are among the top 5 on that list.

Something interesting to note is that there are currently an estimated 726 million different websites in the world with 11+ billion website pages to date.  This number is also growing at a rate of around 270k new websites created every year.  So next year around this time there will be almost 1 Billion websites in the World.  That’s crazy.  How are we ever going to keep track of them?

Here are you Top 25 Hosting companies in the World thanks to

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29 thoughts on “Top Free Hosting Companies”

  1. Nice infographic. I hate Weebly though. They banned one of my pages once for nothing.

  2. Aslan says:

    Thanks, this post very nice but paying hosting better than free..

  3. Nice list. But still, having your personal domain is always beneficial.

  4. I agree with the above. There’s more of an advantage with your own domain

  5. Arup Ghosh says:

    + 1 for both 000webhost and freehostia.

  6. Md Mehedi says:

    I like weebly most

  7. Anmol Makkar says:

    There’s no benefit of free hosting, but among the list weebly is good.

  8. siegfried says:

    excellent infographics, thanks for sharing – I knew only weebly from this list!
    Best regards

  9. Mona says:

    This is a good info graphic post.


  10. Bhanupriya says:

    Thanks for the interesting infographic. Weebly is my most favourite among them.

  11. Never tried free hosting, other than saving a little money, don’t see the big benefit in it. You can host your blog on HostGator or Blue Host for $100 year or so. Just don’t see the big advantage.

    1. Will W. says:

      There’s a big benefit to free hosting if your someone that’s just starting out and learning. Especially if they have little to no money to waste on hosting fees. In the long run, some hosting paid hosting companies are better, some are worse. Purely from a financial standpoint, there’s a few free hosting sites that are preferable than a paid solution until they outgrow those needs. No need to spend more than they have to until their needs and skill warrants it.

  12. Ron says:

    I used Blogspot
    Maybe, I will use Hosting

  13. faisal says:

    Nice infographic but free host not that good.

  14. I. C. Daniel says:

    If a blogger cannot afford couple dollars per month for hosting he should never start a blog.

    1. Will W. says:

      Good thing people with that mindset don’t get to decide who can pursue what in their lives. Only the ones that have money in your view. Sad.

  15. sam says:

    I lost some of my site value when i host on one of the free hosting “” which now closed. it was sudden blank out.

    1. Will W. says:

      I tried a site or two with them too. I think they were just free totally, I didn’t expect them to be around long. The hosting company has to get funding from somewhere, the best free ones are usually companies that have paid hosting as well. They use the limited resource free accounts as a way to advertise in a sense. Kind of a test drive. If somebody tries the free account and likes their services, they tend to become a paid member when their needs out grow the free services.

  16. Hi John,
    Thanks for the list, I will go through it and see if I can find any of my blogs.

  17. Free is good, but you will get better benefits with paid.

  18. Evan says:

    Great list here….I have used a couple of these and really was impressed with them especially because they were free to use…I am going to look into some of the other ones an play around with them a bit….


  19. Glenn says:

    I think that free hosts can be okay for a casual or hobby site, but if you’re wanting a website for business then you’re asking for trouble going down the free route.

    I have experimented with a lot of free hosts to see what they are like and I’ve found that most are unreliable, slow, lacking in features and can be prohibitive of certain uses, such as if you have a commercial site.

    The list given here could definitely be a useful resource for someone wanting a website that isn’t the hub of their business, but for someone wanting to choose a host for their business website then paying out a few dollars for hosting is a wise investment.

  20. sumit says:

    great thing the best hosting solution you have provided to us. but i like the most is blue host which is cheaper and also provide free domain name. best for wordpress.

  21. Junaid Ahmed says:

    I have Tried Weebly and found this website very important as a part of SEO. Weebly get Indexed quickly and give better results 🙂

  22. Ben Troy says:

    I donot think it is a good idea using free host for real business as free host is just suitable for newbie who are learning how to install wordpress or something very basic.

  23. Arpan Jain says:

    NIce list, I would recommend to go for 000Webhost.

  24. nuraj says:

    here more

  25. Zak says:

    The free hosting site I’m using is excellent 2GB of space and 100GB of traffic,cpanel,MySQL,php,statistics,parked domains, redirection, and subdomains,try it,it’s completely free

  26. Joe says:

    It is good to have free website hosting services. But it is not for everyone. If you have no money, a free hosting service might be your only choice.

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