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Newb Friendly Hosting For Media Buyers?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by sncollins89, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. sncollins89

    sncollins89 Newbie

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    Hey guys, So I'm pretty new to the IM scene and I have been getting my feet wet with media buying, after reading tons of information and a lot of browsing I was wondering what you guys would recommend as far as low cost easy to use hosting for my creatives (landing pages, and such). It deff would have to be newbie friendly and give me the option to host multiple landers and domain names. Also something that can handle small video clips and such.

    I roughly will be sending 2-4k in global traffic, and would like room for that number to grow! :) I have shopped around a bit, but would like to get some outside input!
     
  2. veco888

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    From my own experience I can recommend you HostStage. I'm using it for more than a year now, 11+ million visitors and counting, no downtime whatsoever, affordable prices, excellent and on time support, whether via support tickets or Skype.
     
  3. sncollins89

    sncollins89 Newbie

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    so pretty good customer service? What about newbie friendly? I'm a pretty quick learner and when I come across a problem I'll usually find the answer, but Its always nice when you have something that had almost to stages to it. 1st stage you can jump in, learn build some decent landers and get the basics down. Then move on to the more advance stuff.
     
  4. veco888

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    They're down to earth customer service, will help you about anything. They not too 'professional' and ignorant when you ask them something little bit 'off road', unlikely other big companies. You won't fall short with them.
     
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    I'll recommend you to go with basezap.com, they are good and I'm also using their services :)
    There are few $1 hostings also but often there mail service is shit. Each and every mail goes to spam section :|
     
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    If your email goes to SPAM better contact your hosting company to setup RDNS for you. Otherwise, every single email will be hitting the SPAM box.

    Also, it depends on the company's IP reputation on senderscore.org, if its below 80% then most probably that will be another reason for hitting the spam.
     
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  7. sncollins89

    sncollins89 Newbie

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    Thank you for all the posts so far, I'm going to check them out. Good info from shaggy93, I did not know about that I'll defanitly will be using senderscore as a way to judge what site I'll be using. I don't think I will be using the email feature at lot at the immediate moment but I would rather be prepared for the future than not.
     
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    Thank you very much for the kind words, it is duely appreciated.

    @OP if you need so, you can send me a Private message with all your requirements and i'll tell you if we are be able to provide the services you exactly need.