The locations are London, Amsterdam, Milan, Chicago and Singapore.Don't worry if you're unsure, because you can always change your mind later. That's not exactly appealing as it costs you £2.75 (.40) plus a setup fee of £9.60 (.90), and as Site Ground offers a 30-day money-back guarantee it's hard to see why you'd go for this. Submitting our order initially displayed an error complaining that our password was too short.We chose the second option and were offered a ‘free transfer’, but fortunately this didn't mean we had to transfer the domain, and you're free to leave it where it is.Site Ground is actually offering to transfer an existing site to your new web space.The only significant limits here are that the Start Up account is for one website, and you only get up to 10GB of web space.
It's easy to miss, but you can also choose your preferred data centre.The top-of-the-range Go Geek plan – £8 () a month initially, a chunky £20 () a month on renewal – gets you faster hosting on sites with fewer users, free PCI compliance, Word Press and Joomla staging (creating a copy of a site for testing), one-click Git Repo creation and more.The Site Ground site has links to many other app hosting plans, including Word Press, Joomla, Presta Shop and Woo Commerce.Even hosts who promise ‘unlimited’ space won't allow you to store 500 ISO's or your entire MP3 collection.If your website code plus database will be less than 10GB, you'll be able to use Site Ground's Start Up account.
This only applies in simple situations, where domains are the same, but it still might save you some time.