Which is a better web host, Blue Host or Hostgator?
They both seem similar.
I heard good opinions about Hostgator but didn't personally use it.
You should see http://www.webhostingtalk.com/ - there is a lot info about hosting companies.
Blue Host is known to have a better customer service.
Both are similar in what they offer, although Hostgator does have some extra features, including being able to sell different C class IPs.
If you are new to it I'd go with Blue Host.
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