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W3bin.com is a free tool that lets you find out where websites are hosted. This information can be useful when you are looking for a new hoster for your own website, or for example when you need to contact the web hoster of a certain domain to report abuse. Our service is totally free, and we have no daily lookup limits.
Most popular hosters & their best discount deals!
GoDaddy (godaddy.com)
Website count: 670,450
Market share: 7.4%
Bluehost (bluehost.com)
Website count: 308,570
Market share: 3.4%
HostGator (hostgator.com)
Website count: 299,484
Market share: 3.3%
1&1 Internet (1and1.com)
Website count: 210,616
Market share: 2.3%
Rackspace Hosting (rackspace.com)
Website count: 90,918
Market share: 1%
DreamHost (dreamhost.com)
Website count: 86,711
Market share: 1%
Liquid Web (liquidweb.com)
Website count: 68,607
Market share: 0.8%
Media Temple (mediatemple.net)
Website count: 60,821
Market share: 0.7%
Network Solutions (networksolutions.com)
Website count: 42,361
Market share: 0.5%
SingleHop (singlehop.com)
Website count: 41,699
Market share: 0.5%
InMotion Hosting (inmotionhosting.com)
Website count: 28,903
Market share: 0.3%
Steadfast (steadfast.net)
Website count: 6,787
Market share: 0.1%
What is a web hoster?
A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows individuals and organizations to make their website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are companies that provide space on a server owned or leased for use by clients, as well as providing Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. Web hosts can also provide data center space and connectivity to the Internet for other servers located in their data center, called colocation. Learn more on Wikipedia.