About Us

We want to make the hosting industry better!

We are a handful of geeks who want two things: to dabble with the latest technologies and to help web hosting companies improve their services. We get to do the former in the service of the latter. We subscribe, test and play with the newest hosting technologies to create detailed, impartial reviews, and we are eager to give praise where praise is due and express constructive criticism whenever the best website hosting services are found lacking.

Web Hosting Is a Cutthroat Business

Web hosting is one of the most fiercely competitive business niches nowadays. In many cases, this leads to innovation and progress, but it also leads to poor practices, deceitful marketing campaigns and lack of transparency.

Behemoths like GoDaddy and EIG dominate the market and often new players find it hard to break through, even if their offerings are worth it.

To complicate the matters further, many companies outright pay to get the most favorable web hosting reviews out there.

Because of this unique mix and thanks to our technical expertise, we create detailed, impartial and unbiased web hosting reviews.

Additional details about the review process can be found here.

The Team Behind HostingTribunal.com

Nick Galov
Geek Supreme, Content Strategy
Unaware that life beyond the internet exists, Nick is poking servers and control panels, playing with WordPress add-ons and helping people get the hosting that suits them. You can reach him at nick@hostingtribunal.com.
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Branko Krstic
Hosting experts
Branko is a round-the-clock tech geek and loving it. His ideal vacation destination is the Akihabara District (or really any place he can take his computer). If there’s a server out there, count on him to find out what it’s made of… and tell you all about it.
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Rado Chakarov
Hosting experts
The relationship between Rado and Web Hosting has been going for 12+ years now and neither of them knew it would be so passionate. Bred as a digital marketer, Rado is fascinated by words and how they can affect people. Collects cow memorabilia. Yeah, go figure...