John MacDonald is the owner of Supercharge Hosting, a holding company for three website hosting companies:  HostTheUSA Hosting Company, Grand Slam Host, and  #1 Website Host.

HostTheUSA Website Hosting Company was established in 1996, making it one of the oldest website hosting company in the world.   A few years later, John added Grand Slam Host and  #1 Website Host.

All three hosting companies offer a vast number of features, locations of servers and super personal service and technical support – guaranteed!

John has degrees in physics, electronics,  management and numerous certificates in various aspects of computers, server setup, maintenance and hosting. 

As a consequence of all of this training, John owns three of the most reliable website hosting companies in the United States.   Not one of his many servers has experienced downtime for more than 11 minutes in an entire year!

His company’s servers are currently located in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Tampa & Manhattan borough of New York City.   Why John was chosen by three major corporations to host their sites is really simple to figure out:  John is very proactive with his servers.  Specializing in WordPress web sites, John hosts and maintains several large corporations’ websites on his corporate servers.  It’s these websites that pay the majority of the bills and that allows you to enjoy amazingly reliable and feature rich web hosting service at extremely reasonably rates.

As such, his tech support department has had only lost password request and zero technical support requests or complaints between 2013 and 2020!

Think WordPress may not be right for you?  Here are a few companies whose websites use WordPress:

  • Walt Disney
  • New York Times Co.
  • LA Times
  • United Parcel Service (UPS)
  • National Football League (NFL)
  • eBay
  • New York Times Newspaper
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • General Motors
  • Nikon
  • Coca-Cola
  • CNN
  • People
  • Dole
  • IBM
  • Forbes
  • LinkedIn
  • NASA
  • Great Southern Corporation
  • Izod
  • Time.com
  • Harvard Business Review
  • 27% of all websites are built and run with WordPress.

A few facts about Grand Slam Host:

● We do not actively monitor any small business, club or individual’s use of disk space or bandwidth
Website hosting for beginners to advanced website builders, clubs and small companies
● Except for lost passwords, GSH has had no support requests in the last seven years
● Free “Little green lock” SSL security for every website
● All servers are state-of-the-art and are housed in world-class data centers.
● Each server features ultra high speed connectivity to the Internet
● Low load per server
● The “famous” webs hosting companies cram each server with 100,000+ websites
● GSH servers always have fewer than 100 websites per server
● GSH features WordPress, the world’s most popular website building system
● Free WordPress installation using your domain name (or one of ours)
● It’s extremely easy to customize your own WordPress website
● Free installed hardening and state-or-the-art security for your website
● Free technical assistance
● Exemplary & proactive 24-7-365 server management
● Frequent back ups
● Automatic security and WordPress component updates

Our hosting plans include cPanel or DirectAdmin access, fully featured email (POP, IMAP & webmail), and many other great features that every other web hosting company provides.

We do not actively monitor the disk space, bandwidth or the number of databases, mailboxes, forwarders, etc. of small businesses, clubs & individuals.  

GSH does all of this for one easy price:  $48 per year with a pro-rated money back guarantee at any time during the year (no prior notice required).  All hosting is subject to acceptance by GSH and hosting may be cancelled by either party without providing a reason.

HTU credits its over 24 successful years in business to personal service, a higher quality product, personal service by email and telephone and a demonstrated 99.999% uptime.

“I didn’t invent the Internet… I just improved its web hosting with our three hosting companies.” John MacDonald