Not to criticize the use of affiliate links, because that's cool when disclosed as you did. But I would seriously suggest you recommend other than Bluehost - and that includes not recommending any other EIG-owned group. BlueHost, Hostgator, iPage, iPower, A Small Orange, Arivixe (those last two among the latest EIG "victims") and dozens of other once-respected, once well-run hosts, are now part of the gigantic EIG corporate umbrella. Though rarely disclosed.
That alone is not a bad thing. That's capitalism, entrepreneurship, growth. But near-universally, within a few months after acquisition by EIG, the quality of the actual hosting, and the customer service, goes severely downhill. There are posts all over Web Hosting Talk warning people off EIG. Well-known digital entrepreneur and self-published author Natalie Sisson put out a warning about EIG (and if I recall, specifically BlueHost) about 2 years ago, when her site then hosted there (and formerly one she recommended and had affiliate links to) had a meltdown and service was horrid.
I'm not going to suggest whom you should consider, either for your own hosting, or to recommend and promote via affiliate links. (Nor drop in my affiliate links for some of them!) But please do re-evaluate your hosting recommendation, and your own hosting.
Before considering a switch, take a look at the lists of all EIG brands (all incomplete because EIG doesn't disclose all their brands) to avoid jumping to somebody else who really is the same company. Here's a pretty good list of them (not from me):