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Which reliable host to use..?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by waka_waka, May 1, 2011.

  1. waka_waka

    waka_waka Newbie

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    i am soon going to start two tech blogs,which of the reliable host i should use. i am thinking of hostgator. I am planning to monetize it later.Please suggest.
     
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    cyberzilla Elite Member Premium Member

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    I'm using Hostgator. No issues so far...
     
  3. waka_waka

    waka_waka Newbie

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    i have heard that..if there is sudden increase in traffic they ban accounts....I am planning to go for..baby plan...and add any number of domains afterwards...is it ok...need your suggestions...
     
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    putrasandy Regular Member

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    I have used hostgator and bluehost. At this two, I hosted my 15 domains :)
     
  5. waka_waka

    waka_waka Newbie

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    blue host and hostgator...Any more suggestions...Say suppose hostgator suspends my account would contacting their customer care help me to move the high bandwidth usage site to vps and unban the account.
     
  6. lambie

    lambie Registered Member

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    For shared webhosting, as I know, Hostgator is the best so far, never has any issues with them. You can also check out Bluehost, Hostmonster, Dreamhost, Godaddy, all of them are very reliable
     
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    sbw27 Regular Member

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    Dreamhost is balls...I have heaps of domains with them, but I wouldn't go there now if I was starting out. Host Gator is good shared hosting, WiredTree for a VPS once you get above 40,000 a month or you start noticing that the shared host isn't cutting it...you should be sweet.
     
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    waka_waka Newbie

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    Thats my main concern....At first it all will be fine,but when traffic really starts to come...then all the problems in the world comes...If then also if i switch to their(hostgator) VPS plan...then would it be a good solution...I don't wanna end up suspended,when my sites are at the peak of making money..Also i want to know about ewebguru...A friend of mine from india recommended it.
     
  9. thetraveller

    thetraveller Senior Member

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    Either hostgator or bluehost, when you see the big traffic coming upgrade to vps. I use hostgator shared baby and with 5-7k uv/day no problems so far..