Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by jake3340, Apr 16, 2014.
I was thinking hostgator.com but are there any other good ones?
QHoster.com provides quality reselling at modest rates.
They offer a lot of attractive features (over 90 payment methods, instant activation,over 100 domain extensions and adding more constantly).
Support is helpful for 24 hours.
Found my host of WHT a few years back, I would highly recommend them for the service and price. Company called starwebhosting, great customer service, good uptime, cpanel / whm host with a load of extras. And on Cloud VPS with SSD hard drives, load tends to be low thus delivers web sites fast (a plus for google!).
My preferable option to get reliable hosting is 27hosting. You will be pleased with their high quality solutions, stable plans and skilled techies!
I dumped hostgator for crocweb recently. i haven't been with them even a month and I like them. I saw two threads this week that made me glad I dumped hostgator. I guess their service was down. It was happening way too many times for my liking. Plus croc was much cheaper per month.
BTW, there are entire websites dedicated to web hosting. google that term and you'll find what they are. BHW might even have such a section. Search for reseller here..
resellerzoom I always had only the best support, good fast servers. Support is the biggest for me and they will go out of there way to make you happy.
There are plenty of hosting providers who would fit your bill. Just take note to filter them through a series of pre-sales questions to make sure their customer service is good enough and any other requirements of yours are being met. I prefer HostForLIFE.eu
You only need to check the Reseller Hosting Offers section and do the research.
An alternative is to buy a copy of CPanel and your own VPS or dedicated server.
Because you aren't paying the markup for getting a reseller account by the host, and because you'll be able to choose the most reliable hosting option without any sharing with other accounts, you can have a competitive advantage. Not a bad idea.
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