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Webhost and domain register, which one should i use?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by xstyle, May 11, 2011.

  1. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Hi guys.
    Going to set up 1 site now.
    It means that i need a good registrar and webhost.
    Im not creating advanced sites so i think HostGator should be pretty good for me.
    I will register 1 .com domain now and maybe more later. So i need to have "serveral" sites on 1 account.

    Im only going to set up a Wordpress blog and things like that.
    And i want to pay via paypal.

    So if you guys recommend something like HostGator or something like that, write here and give me tip / coupons :)

    thanks
     
  2. Hostwinds

    Hostwinds Power Member UnGagged Attendee Enterprise Member

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    hostwinds.com use the coupon FMF to get your first month at 99% off :)
     
  3. Limelike

    Limelike Junior Member

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    Hey Mate,

    You should try Spacenets, I have been using them for a very long time now, and they are excellent. If you want to try it out I have a cupon not sure if it still works but try it "WELCOME" it gives me 20% of a month.
     
  4. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Guys, im so up top HostGator, but i dont know really. Which plan should i use then?

    Limelike: Im going to watch out for that one.

    Spydure: Hehe, are you serious? :p
     
  5. RedWolf

    RedWolf BANNED BANNED

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    start with hostgator baby and later you can upgrade on ur needs
     
  6. mahesh10

    mahesh10 Newbie

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    I will suggest for GoDaddy. I have used them for about 200 of my domains and have been really happy. I've registered, transfered in and out, used their DNS, domain parking, etc., and not had any problems.So, you also can try.
     
  7. ronywilliam

    ronywilliam Senior Member

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    You can try namecheap..it works well for me..they are pretty quick in their support too..
     
  8. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    I looked on namecheap to, seems good.
    I like hostgator, i dont know why...

    Please tell me more guys! :)
     
  9. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    I have looked for the bayplan on HostGator. 100$ for a Year including 1 domain.

    : Total Due: $ 110.52

    Is it cheap or not? Im not so familiar with hostings like that so if anyone could answer me.
     
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    SLSWebber Newbie

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    Hostgator
     
  11. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    Good answer, but you couldnt write more, could you?
     
  12. sellchamp

    sellchamp Newbie

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    Ive been pretty happy with namecheap and their free privacy
     
  13. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    WOW thats cheap!
    $69.56 for 1 year, including a .com domain.

    Damn :)
    I should go with that. Hostgator is expensive i think. More than 110$ for a whole year.

    But if i go with namecheap, i will only have 20 domains. But i maybe dont need more than 20 domains? I think namecheap is good.
     
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  15. xstyle

    xstyle Power Member

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    I will go with HostGator i think.
    Thanks guys!