For years, I used GoDaddy as host for my website, Sharry's Place. Over the last few months I realized that I was getting unwanted links/coding added to my site, which I found out one day by simply googling my site. I then paid GoDaddy a steep price for a 2-month package for web security in order to prevent the unwanted items. The hosting price itself I had no complaints with; it was the fact that after figuring the monthly hosting cost with the website security package added, I was paying over $30 a month just for hosting & security. Plus, I didn't have a SSL certificate, which was considered an extra charge.
After much thought and research, I decided to switch host providers. Don't get me wrong, I really do like GoDaddy, they are my go-to for purchasing domains. A lady I took graphic design classes from has her site hosted with SiteGround and she highly recommended them. I was very pleased to learn that a SSL certificate was included in the package and the price was a lot less than what I was currently paying. So, I took the plunge and moved my hosting package and paid for the first full year. That wasn't much above what I was paying for a 2-month web security package at GoDaddy and that didn't include the hosting package.
Both GoDaddy and SiteGround are great and easy to use. I do recommend that if you are looking for a place to host your site and/or blog...do your research. I'm sure there are other host providers out there that are just as good; you just need to find the one that provides what you personally need.