Which hosting do you recomend?

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  1. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    I'd like to make some auto blog website. Those websites will need a lot of mysql database. Seems some hosting company provide unlimited bandwith and space, but I don't know, are they provide unlimited mysql database too?
    Which hosting do you recommend?
     
  2. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    It depends on your budget, I used Godaddy for the low budget and Rackspace with a large one for a while. they are both fast and have extensive services.
     
  3. Eco'o

    Eco'o Junior Member

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    you can use softlayer.com
     
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  4. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    I want to make some amazon auto content, ebay auto content, etc, it'll need a lot of database, maybe better with unlimited mysql and disk space so I don't need to be worry. I only need php and mysql with fsockopen and curl enable for auto content.
     
  5. me100rabh

    me100rabh Regular Member

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    Try Hostgator. i had good experience with it...
     
  6. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    solidboxes if u want something that wont give u the boot when u crank it up
     
  7. kecoaksaru

    kecoaksaru Junior Member

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    Do they all offer unlimited mysql database too?
     
  8. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    spend 2 minutes and go and read their packages page already
     
  9. abhi1

    abhi1 Power Member

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    If you're just starting up, I'd suggest Hostgator
     
  10. Rudyzplace

    Rudyzplace Regular Member

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    I also recommend host gator for starters
     
  11. utkarshpaliwal

    utkarshpaliwal Regular Member

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    Hostgator is giving 3 years of hosting for free.
    You can go for that.