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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by Trkcat_Ga, Nov 23, 2007.
So who do you use for your hosting provider and does it include your domain?
I use hostmonster.com .
I've used a few different hosts. I'm sure there are lots of good ones... but there are also lots of bad ones.
hostmonster is affordable, dependable, a killer value.
What's more, is that when you call there's almost never a wait. And there's no rush to get you off the phone for the next caller. They're good. They're AMERICAN! No impossible-to-understand accents...
I bought my domain name separately years before I went to them, so I'm not sure if they "include" it in their costs.
Dreamhost is great.
I thought this would be a good thread for those who are looking for hosting but I forgot to add mine.
I use 1and1.com - Been a few years now and wouldnt change for nothing and it includes your domain/s
www.FreeHostia.com is good. They have an amazing freeplan: http://www.freehostia.com/free_hosting.html.
I host all of my sites with http://1and1.com I would never change again. Good customer service as well.
pay service, not free, but theres no annoying advertising, banners or inserts on your web address
I use godaddy for several of our sites. They're service, up-time, price, and quality are good, but since we build our sites in-house I can't say much about their design.
I can say that I struggled with some of our coding on our larger retail sites, but their tech. support worked with me to fix most issues or I just did a workaround.
Godaddy also has a lot of free add-ons if you wanted your own forum, blog, or newsletter for your site.
Note: your host does not have to be your (domain) registrar although you can probably get better rates if they were.