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Suggest me good host >> godaddy or 1and1 or some other one?

Discussion in 'General Business' started by jaimesh18, Apr 8, 2006.

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    Hey Guys
    i would really be happy if u suggest me some good hosting site
    i have gone through godaddy and 1and1 but when i google them and read the reviews, they aren't that good
    i need good amount of space as well as b/w for my new site
    godaddy is offering 50 gb space and 500gb b.w @ 7$/mo
    1and1 is offering 50 gb space and 500gb b/w @ 5$/mo
    i can spend 10$/mo right now.... and after some time if i earn some money from adsense then i can buy some higher server
    and i also wanted to know if godaddy supports asp and php both at the same time, i mean i want to use asp for my site and php for forum
    what do u guys suggest?
    so i would really appericiate ur suggestions....:)
    SEMrush
     
    jaimesh18, Apr 8, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
  2. Lonny.P

    Lonny.P Peon

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    strongly recommending - hostgator.com - an amazing hosting company, one of the best at the moment.
     
    Lonny.P, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    Are you sure you need so much bandwidth? It is our experience that most clients, even large Adwords clients, dont use 5% of alloted bandwidth. Everyone always thinks they need what most shared servers use as a total. If you are doing a brand new site, your bandwidth will probally be less then 1 GB for many months....

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    Madrooster.com
     
    MadroosterTony, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    Check my sig for a Hostgator coupon (1 penny, first month). I agree with Lonny; a good host with responsive support.
     
    TheHoff, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    I use HostGator, Site5, and ASmallOrange but my favorite is ASmallOrange. Cheap but great support.
     
    dawggone, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    I wouldn't go with Godaddy (for all the reviews I've seen about them), but if you want, you can have a try. I'm pretty sure they can give you what you're looking for (even though they're known for domains registration). 1and1 is fine (I checked my friend site hosted there, good speed and reliable).
     
    tomzx, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    liquidweb.com Kind of expensive but the customer support is A++. Great guys.
     
    ly2, Apr 8, 2006 IP
  8. jaimesh18

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    hostgator provide nice packages but i want asp support as well...
    so can't take that plan
     
    jaimesh18, Apr 8, 2006 IP
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    dnk Well-Known Member

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    Not all large web hosting companies offer Windows hosting
     
    dnk, Apr 9, 2006 IP
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    If you want a good host, PM me for more details.


    I offer great hosting. :)


    Oh and fyi, godaddy sucks at hosting, please stay as far away as possible from their hosting plans.


    But on the other hand, if you want a Domain from them, then its a good buy. :)
     
    Nevo, Oct 22, 2009 IP
  11. Mike Tidball

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    I've used 1and1 for about 7 years now and never really had any problems, although a little bit fiddly setting up WordPress.
     
    Mike Tidball, Feb 25, 2010 IP
  12. Jim4767

    Jim4767 Prominent Member

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    Looks like I'm in the minority here, but I've been quite pleased with GoDaddy over the past five years. It's the only host I've used, so I have no basis of comparison, admittedly. But I haven't had a single complaint with them.
     
    Jim4767, Feb 25, 2010 IP
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    godaddy control panel will bleed you to death, I'm highly recommends you to leave godaddy host.
    I've been using justhost.com since early 2009, and I have no problem at all. I had a space issue, but it fixed on 1 hour or 2.

    Arief
     
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    meetali Active Member

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    You can find so many hosting companies on internet but hostgator.com is one of the good web hosting company. gohindi.com is also good hosting company and it provides good packages.
     
    meetali, Feb 26, 2010 IP
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    I have used tripod before and lycos is pretty good.
     
    Sunrise Associates, Feb 26, 2010 IP
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    Hostgator is pretty reliable. My experience with them has been pleasant.
     
    wiggs71, Mar 2, 2010 IP
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    I use the host in my signature and have been very happy with them. They are very friendly and easy to work with. Plus they will be cheaper than go daddy or host gator.
     
    TurkeyEater, Mar 2, 2010 IP
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    I'm currently with 040hosting.eu. Their support is great, I've never experienced a downtime, and the prices are unexpensive. The only thing I dislike is that they force a RVSkin into cPanel accounts, but that doesn't really matter.
     
    hvalle98, Mar 2, 2010 IP
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    hello hvalle98, thanks for the kind words.

    About the RvSkin some like it; others hate it; if you rather have the default cPanel skin you only have to tell us, and we switch you to it.
     
    040hosting, Apr 7, 2010 IP
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    ETERN1TY Guest

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    I would suggest to use Host Gator as they are clearly the best with there cheap and affordable prices and there hosting is ALWAYS reliable!
     
    ETERN1TY, Apr 7, 2010 IP