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milleja46
#1 2013-02-10 14:31


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I know this question has probably been asked before, and probably many times, but what is the best host ot use for cotonti? I've so far been wrestling over using either dreamhost, bluehost, or webhostinghub. Is there any one who can give me any suggestions on which host to use?

lukgoh
#2 2013-02-10 15:51


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Are they free hosts? If not I offer hosting at £5 per month and I can give you everything you need. Let me know.

milleja46
#3 2013-02-10 16:12


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Well all of those are pretty cheap(being below $10 here). But I don't know what to think of any of them since it seems that in the past through all the reviews I have thumbed through it is very mixed. It's like half say they are the best while others say they are the worst, that's the reason I asked if anyone had a suggestion on any one host to choose...

lukgoh
#4 2013-02-10 16:19


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Well, I can't comment on them as I don't know but just keep in mind what you need and which one(s) provide exactly that. Just remember you get what you pay for ;)

milleja46
#5 2013-02-10 16:21


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Well as long as I can run at least 2 websites easily which I don't know how bad each will do at that...hrmm...I sure hope someone else has a better suggestion. Definitely not going with mediatemple or rackspace even if those are good. Those two are expensive...

Kingsley
#6 2013-02-10 16:22


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been customer of Flexweb hosting (Dutch) for over 10 years now, and in all that time my website  was down once. And that was because of a digging accident that killed of some important cables, and lasted no longer that 9 hrs. So imho I still have a 100% uptime. (cant really blame Flexweb for an external error).

Prizes may be a bit higher than usual, but for me that's no argument; simply because I also want service when I need it, so I gladly pay a bit more.

milleja46
#7 2013-02-11 00:31


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Ehh I think I may go with ASO(a small orange). They seem pretty cheap and so far in my reasearch now that I've looked them up more, they don't have as much mixed reviews as others I've seen and heard of, still gotta figure out what the domain is going to be for my main project site or worry about that one later and just do the personal one for now...

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The only thing is I still can't come up with a name that will work without me having to pay a arm and a leg to buy off of someone else. I've tried zatri(the .net is hosted by godaddy and I don't know where to go on that one). Even tried limedev and all variations and TLDs I've looked up for that one and someone is using that currently...so much harder to come up with something original and interesting very easily...


This post was edited by milleja46 (2013-02-11 01:22, 1 years ago)
tensh
#8 2013-02-27 14:19


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:(

elfrenazo
#9 2013-03-03 05:41


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I use 1and1 of 2008, quality and price not bad.