The Best Managed Hosting
─FREE Domain Registration
─FREE Website Builder
Starts at PhP1,200/month
What You Get
We help, as much or as little as you'd like, with perfecting every aspect of your website.
Getting started with our Lifework Enterprise managed hosting products is quick and easy. Simply select the hosting plan that best fits your needs (Webhosting & Managed Hosting) and then choose the term length you’d like to start with. We recommend the 36 month term to lock in the most affordable hosting price available. After you’ve completed the account creation, we will walk you through the steps of website creation. Once your website is published, we are available to help you with any questions you may have about how to continue to improve it.
Shared Server Hosting is the most common and affordable form of website hosting. Multiple users will share the resources of a secured server or group of secured servers in order to put their websites online for others to view. Bluehost offers several affordable shared hosting services so you can find the perfect shared hosting package for your website needs.
Affordability is the #1 benefit of Shared web Hosting. However most Shared Hosting platforms are also managed, which means that users do not have to worry about things like server management and platform patches.
Lifework Enterprise provides a wealth of tools and resources to boost your hosting performance and experience. From domains, website backups, SSLs, malware detection and removal. We even provide hands-on services for full website design, social media optimizations, site migrations, and local listing promotion. Contact us to learn more about all the tools and services available to make your website the best it can be.
Yes, you can transfer your domain to Lifework Enterprise. Transferring your domain registration to your new account is easy. Please contact us directly to learn about this transfer feature.
Your domain name is how visitors easily find you online. It is often the first step in getting your website started because it is like establishing your website’s street address on the internet. If you did not have a domain name, you would have to give out your IP address to everyone who wanted to visit your website, which would get confusing and be easily forgotten.