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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by blogbd1, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. blogbd1

    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Just got information about this free hosting company which even give VPS hosting for free, here is the information of the site:

    Shared Hosting

    TWW Mega

    2GB (2000MB) Webspace
    30GB (30,000MB) / month Bandwidth
    100x of all features
    Shared IP address ( Upgradable to Dedicated IP )


    TWW Reseller 1
    3GB (3000MB) Webspace
    50GB (50,000MB) / month Bandwidth
    Unlimited features
    Shared IP address ( Upgradable to Dedicated IP )


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    http://www.thewebworld.org
     
  2. noidea

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    I have signed up for this and will give it a try.
     
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    Looks good will give it a try also, thanks for this
     
  4. blogbd1

    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have joined there and found that its not totally free hosting. They are basically host for post service.

    I dont know i will take their service or not cause we have other option where we can get free hosting with no post required.
     
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  5. neta1o

    neta1o Regular Member

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    How does host for post services work?
     
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    Seems interesting. Too bad I already have a host :(
     
  7. crmarjunkarthik

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    The host needs a post. There is nothing called free in life. you have to spend something to get something. LOL
     
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    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well these types of hosting companies have their own forum and if u want to get free hosting u need to post in their forum in several topics. Numbers of post depend on the types of account u need.
     
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    You could use xrumer to make the posts for you.

    On the other hand if you can afford xrumer you can afford paid hosting
     
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    blogbd1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thats right, why should we spend money for free hosting?
     
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    you post at there forum and in exchange to you posts you get hosting
    service.

    and yeah this is a post to host kind of host.
     
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    ya thats right, u need to continue posting in those hosting forums to keep the hosting acc active.
     
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    When I look at their forum and realize they want post for host, my brain says pump and dump instead. I don't know why exactly but I think that it is significant if you expect anything long term out of the deal. 2 cents deposited.
     
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    I've tried sites like this -namely Trap17 also known as Computinghost - I even paid for the upgrade something like $25 a year on computing host -they kept shutting me down, and their servers kept going offline, their 24/7 support was only online like 1 out of the 24 hours, and it was a miracle if you could ever catch them...

    I highly recommend getting a paid host. If you can't afford that then you don't deserve to be doing business in the first place.

    you can get premium hosting as low as $5 I recommend hostgator or something similar. A larger company will usually have better customer support.
     
  15. maxbht

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    000webhost.com is totally free without ads and good support.
    I use them and havent had any problems yet.
     
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    i had this kind of hosting long time ago, the only problem is they can pack up their business anytime they want.
     
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    i have never heard of of getting hosting by posting, and i didnt like how the more info button leads to a forum instead of a clear page explaining stuff. if i needed someplace to drop some junk blogs i would think about it, but i get to invested in my ideas to do anything like that.
     
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    Perhaps you can hired some freelancer to make the posting for you. If your cost per post is relatively cheap, you can consider the hosting plan above.