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Bluehost is an American company, which provides web hosting products as well as related services. They sell WordPress hosting, VPS hosting, WooCommerce hosting and some other types of hosting. Their servers are powered by PHP 7, HTTP/2 and Nginx+. The company was founded in 2003 by Matt Heaton, but then in 2010 bought by Endurance International Group.

Meaning and history

Bluehost Logo history

Bluehost is a popular American hosting provider, serving more than two million clients across the globe. Its servers are located in Orem, Utah, a 45-minute drive from where the 2002 Winter Olympics were held.

The company’s history goes back to 1996. Although at that time there were two branched hosting services, on which their owner Matt Heaton gained experience running an Internet company. In 2003, he put them under one brand, Bluehost.

In a short time, Bluehost became very popular among bloggers, website owners, and entrepreneurs who needed quality and reliable hosting for their sites.

In 2010, the company became part of the global Endurance International Group, which operates dozens of well-known IT services and web hosting companies, such as HostMonster, FastDomain,and iPage, under its umbrella.

What is Bluehost?
Bluehost is the name of an American web-hosting company, which was established in 2003. Bluehost has more than 2 million domains hosted in 2010, and in the same year, it was acquired by Endurance International Group. By 2015 Bluehost has grown into one of the world’s largest hosting companies.

2003 – 2014

Bluehost Logo 2003


Their first logotype depicts the company name placed to the right side from an emblem. The name has a dark blue typeface without serifs. The emblem consists of 9 blocks, limited in a square form. The logotype can be shown on various backgrounds, as there are no specific details which catch the eye.

2014 – Today

Bluehost logo

The current Bluehost logo was created in 2014, based on the previous version. The insignia features a combination of a geometric emblem and a lightweight lowercase inscription in a modern sans-serif font. The only difference between the two versions of the badge is the color palette, which is more intense on the latest badge and is set in just one shade, with all nine squares of the emblem colored in blue.

Font and color

The font used for the inscription has a lowercase style with typical sans serif letters colored deep blue. There are small gaps between them. The 9 blocks emblem is colored bright blue. They are limited in a square shape, as high as the ‘b’ character.