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What are the cheapest domain and hosting websites?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by rodprv, Mar 24, 2013.

  1. rodprv

    rodprv Junior Member

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    I want to run three websites, two will be blog-related so the hosting needs to work well with wordpress. I heard that godaddy.com does not load well with wordpress? One will be a stand-alone flash website.

    Any suggestions?
     
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    Panther28 Elite Member

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    godaddy loads fine with wp, and use something like hostgator,
     
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    Use hostgator or stablehost. stay away from godaddy hosting.
     
  4. platfis

    platfis BANNED BANNED

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    NameCheap is good domain hosting as well. Google their 0.98$ campaign for the first year. Good luck!
     
  5. rodprv

    rodprv Junior Member

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    Does anyone have any experience with ipage?
     
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    Lehsyrus Newbie

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    +1 for NameCheap. I have been using their hosting for three years now, never had any down time and whenever I have an issue (it's always been my fault for forgetting something basic) they walk me through it step by step.
     
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    Hostgator for the hosting. Godaddy for the domains. I believe there is a coupon which allows you to buy your first domain for like $5 for new customers.
     
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    For multiple sites mediatemple and internetbs for the domain.
     
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    itsmytime Regular Member

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    Hostgator for hosting and Namecheap for domain. That's a deadly cheap combination, you will never regret that way. Good luck
     
  10. GlobalChange

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    Wix & GoDaddy. try 'em.
     
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    I've been with iPage for almost a year with one of my accounts and there have been no problems so far. Only one during setup but support quickly and efficiently solved the issue. No other problems whatsoever. I wish they used CPanel because I am more used to it, but other than that I can't find a reason to not recommend them, they deliver what I expect from a host..
     
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  12. rodprv

    rodprv Junior Member

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    So I was thinking about using register.com for domain name which is .50 and ipage.com for hosting which is 1.99 for three months and the 3.00 for the rest of the year. The also offer free 50.00 credit to Facebook and 25.00 credit to yahoo.com. Can anyone think of anything cheaper? Also, they have unlimited bandwidth, domains, and hosting, etc.