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Who is best BlueHost or Hostgator?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by freelanceindia2010, Aug 14, 2010.

  1. freelanceindia2010

    freelanceindia2010 Newbie

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    HI guys i am going to buy New hosting for new business.
    just want to know who is best?
     
  2. bluesanke132

    bluesanke132 Registered Member

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    I vote for Hostgator with good support in cheap price.
     
  3. raj5151

    raj5151 Regular Member

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    Hostgator is best:)
     
  4. advio12

    advio12 Registered Member

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    Hostgator is. You can use a coupon I found to get 1st month of baby hosting for 1 cent, it is "HostgatorCC" without quotes.
     
  5. mariosocieto

    mariosocieto Regular Member

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    hostgator is really cheap and ggoood service efer after, but i choose justhots.com, sorry for out olf the topic
     
  6. The Scarlet Pimp

    The Scarlet Pimp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    hg will kill your account at the drop of a hat...
     
  7. Chronos

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    HostGator also has brandability. BlueHost just doesn't have it.

    In terms of normal people knowing brands, GoDaddy is good too.

    The reason I'm suggesting HostGator and GoDaddy is because brands = conversions.
     
  8. howard_hughes

    howard_hughes Elite Member

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    hostgator, definitely
     
  9. Jared255

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    not godaddy
    do not use godaddy
    i have no idea why anyone would ever suggest godaddy, no regular user can tell who you are hosting it with
    once again do not use godaddy

    hostgator is good, assuming you are doing WH, because packages are relatively cheap for the support you get. wrzhost and the like might be cheaper but there's only a ticket system where as hostgator always has people available on live chat that can do anything for you.
     
  10. TomasBlackhat

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    Lmao, nice referral coupon.

    I think StableHost is the best b/c I only pay $2 for what HostGator charges $9 for :)
     
  11. Grinsen

    Grinsen Registered Member

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    my vote hostgator!
     
  12. royalslim

    royalslim Regular Member

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    ipage hosting idk i just love their cpanel
     
  13. MikeHustle

    MikeHustle Power Member

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    OT GoDaddy sucks.
     
  14. likeskoolaid

    likeskoolaid Regular Member

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    BlueHost, always go with the littler guy, often they have better prices and better customer service. Just a personal opinion though.
     
  15. yesrams

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    I Prefer Hostgator
     
  16. d1r3ct0r

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    You gotta get yourself on a cloud. You can scale your available resources realtime through a web dashboard. You can pay $20 p/m then if you need more power scale up to a $400 p/m server.

    I'm at GigENet Cloud - check it out
     
  17. thetraveller

    thetraveller Senior Member

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    I will go with hostgator
     
  18. chakde

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    Bluehost is 100% reliable and provides GREAT customer service.