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  • David C says:

    Hosting reviews? GoDaddy, Netfirms, Yahoo, etc…?
    I’ve been unable to find a reliable website with credible hosting reviews. Here’s what I’m looking for:

    1- multiple domains
    2- low monthly prices (under 10 USD per month)
    3- no annual commitments
    4- responsive customer service
    5- no push marketing strategy (I currently use GoDaddy, and they push like nothing I’ve ever seen before)
    6- ease-of-use (Yahoo’s interface is extremely user-friendly)
    7- 200gb of storage and 2000 gb of bandwidth (not asking a lot here)

    So, what’s the deal here? HostGator seems like the obvious choice, but I think they use deceptive marketing practices, including the use of sister sites, such as Blue Host and Host Monster. Yahoo won’t allow me to use multiple domains with one hosting account. GoDaddy is reasonably priced, but the user-panel is extremely unfriendly and they use aggressive marketing strategies. Netfirms bills quarterly maintenance fees without annual contracts.

    Once again… What’s the deal?

    September 20, 2011 at 8:08 pm
  • Shubham says:

    Do you think Hostgator is a Good host and available in $0.01?
    Well, I read it here that hostgator is available in just $0.01.
    Is that right? Also its written that they are the best?

    September 28, 2011 at 8:49 pm
  • gdfg says:

    who can design a site for me for the cheapest price?
    ive purchased my domain, hosting etc.. from hostgator, i’m almost halfway, but im stuck,
    there are a few things i just dont understand and i realized i am running around in circles,
    so I just want someone to finish it for me?
    Its an estore, the only trouble i’m having is uploading images and setting up the shopping cart.
    can anyone do it for at me the cheapest price.
    post your email here with your quote and i’ll get back to you.

    September 29, 2011 at 10:03 am
  • anf says:

    what happened to my website? wordpress and hosting question…?
    I had a website with wordpress hosted by hostgator… I do not even know how I did that but it worked and I was working on my website, I had some google adsense on it and was trying to promote stuff on it, etc… i cancelled with hostgator yesterday and now I cannot find my website… so what is wrong? Do I need hosting? Can I still work on my site without hosting, and get hosting later because I cannot afford it right now.. what happens to the google adsense? Can anyone tell me what is the easiest thing to do here and is there any free hosting that I can sign up with? Thanks to any replies!

    September 29, 2011 at 8:09 pm
  • ɨ says:

    It looks pretty cool. ;)

    September 30, 2011 at 12:25 am
  • Brian says:

    its a trap!

    September 30, 2011 at 6:21 am
  • sirhk97 says:

    You have to configure the DNS for your domain in GoDaddy to point to Hostgator, where you have your WordPress installed. This usually involves changing the nameserver at GoDaddy to the one for HostGator. The ad page you see is the free hosting that GoDaddy gives you that has advertisement on it.

    September 30, 2011 at 7:19 am
  • Umang says:

    only INDIAN webmasters or webdevelopers help me out….?
    as i am new in web development industry….,
    one of my friend told me that his uncle has a hosting company in delhi….and suggest me to host my newly site there,which i have developed.
    so here is my question…….
    1. should i host there in delhi?????
    2.or move to international hosting companies.(hostgator,bluehost etc.)
    3.in above two ,where i will get more satisfaction,security as well as physical protection of my data??

    September 30, 2011 at 10:23 am
    • Nightbird says:

      The location of hosting companies doesn’t matter so much as the quality of service and their uptime (are their servers always up or do they keep going down) counts.

      One point you might want to consider is: Where are your visitors going to be from? Are they going to be from your city/country? Or from all over the world? If they are going to be from only your city/country, then go with a local host (after ascertaining the quality). If its going to be from all over the world, then consider an international host. The internet connectivity infrastructure is fantastic in countries like US, UK, Germany, Singapore etc while they aren’t necessarily so in the rest of the world.

      Some more points.

      1. should i host there in delhi?????
      If you are sure that the quality of hosting of your friend’s company is going to be world-class, then sure, why not? Experienced firms with fast response times and technical competency are definitely better than others. Call their customer service and ask them a technical question and see how they answer and how fast they answer. That will be a good indicator of what their customer service is like. Do they offer 24/7 support? Would they be able to service your website if it goes down in the middle of the night or would they want you to wait till the morning. World-class companies have response times of lesser than 2 hours (actually much lesser) for urgent issues.

      2.or move to international hosting companies.(hostgator,bluehost etc.)
      If you decide to go with international firms, then I’d say Hostgator offers better options. Bluehost only has shared hosting. So in future if your website becomes popular, you might have to move to other hosts who have other types of plans like VPS, dedicated etc. and Hostgator has all those types of hosting. Cost-wise they are kinda same.

      3.in above two ,where i will get more satisfaction,security as well as physical protection of my data??
      This no one can probably answer. If you go with a good hosting company you will probably be satisfied. Security is an important aspect but once again it will vary based on the company you choose.

      All the best.

      September 30, 2011 at 11:16 am
  • Mr. Request says:

    I would like to start Web Hosting Business I ask help for 24x7x365 Support and Payment Processer Help.?
    Hello, Thanks for viewing.
    Since I am living in a deveoping country namely Pakistan so here I am not having services of Paypal and other companies like it. I want to start it by first buying a reseller account from Hostgator. The problem is I can not afford time to support and for that would like you to suggest the cheap and best companies who offer 24×7 email and online support. Please also tell the resources to learn all about Cpanel and WHM (How to operate). Major drawback is about Payment processor, What’s the solution for this and how to do. Atlast would like to thank you all wholeheartedly for your sincere help. And I hope you will help me as soon as possible as well as will come up with the best solution suiting my needs.

    What’s the thing to get sucessful in hosting bussines and what’s the minimum budget to start with?>

    Thanks Alot,
    Addies.

    September 30, 2011 at 11:13 am
    • esso says:

      Regarding the money process problem, try to use Western Union Bank Money Transfer Service. It available almost everywhere.

      September 28, 2011 at 12:25 pm
  • Dsm Publishing says:

    Trouble hosting my own blog?
    Ive just started my own hosted blog with hostgator and really dont have a clue what on earth i am doing. Ive got my hands on a free wordpress blog template but i dont know how to alter it. For example it comes with a affiliate image but i want to change the image and include a different affiliate link. It also says your adsense goes here but how do you get the adsense on there. Is there a certain part of the control panel that i need to alter or do i change it to the files before i upload it if so how?

    i would appreciate any assistance

    September 30, 2011 at 11:40 am
  • Dsm Publishing says:

    Trouble with wordpress blog?
    Ive just started my own hosted blog with hostgator and really dont have a clue what on earth i am doing. Ive got my hands on a free wordpress blog template but i dont know how to alter it. For example it comes with a affiliate image but i want to change the image and include a different affiliate link. It also says your adsense goes here but how do you get the adsense on there. Is there a certain part of the control panel that i need to alter or do i change it to the files before i upload it if so how?

    i would appreciate any assistance

    September 30, 2011 at 1:21 pm
    • £¤¥€ says:

      You need to edit the scripts in some cases. I could do it for you if you link my website. You would just need to email me your spec and password. Then obviously, change the password when I’m finished.

      jglw@live.co.uk if you are interested.

      How much are you paying for hosting? I’ll host you one for free for a mention on your site, like in the footer or something. Do you have DNS management of the domain name?

      September 30, 2011 at 1:26 pm
  • ipoian says:

    My WordPress Blog and Domain Nmae?
    Here is the situation. I acquired a domain name and set up a host account with HostGator. Now although I have my WordPress blog up and running, it is still not showing under my domain name. I suppose I still have to tweak something between the host, my domain name and HostGator. Any solutions?

    September 30, 2011 at 8:10 pm
    • nosmirc flen says:

      You need to point your domain name to hostgator nameservers. You do this thru whoever you registered your domain name with. Hostgator will have sent you this info (their nameservers – there are 2) in your activation email when you first signed up with them.

      You need to go to the domain registrar, login, and change the nameservers. It can take anywhere from an hour to a couple of days to show up. Contact the registrar for instructions on where to do it.

      September 30, 2011 at 12:18 am
  • gdfg says:

    Who can design a site for me for the cheapest price?
    ive purchased my domain, hosting etc.. from hostgator, i’m almost halfway, but im stuck,
    there are a few things i just dont understand and i realized i am running around in circles,
    so I just want someone to finish it for me?
    I want to make an eStore., the only trouble i’m having is uploading images and setting up the shopping cart.(I haven’t selected any, as yet, but hope to integrate Paypal.)
    can anyone do it for at me the cheapest price.
    post your email here with your quote and i’ll get back to you.

    September 30, 2011 at 8:10 pm
    • Erfan Soleymani D says:

      Hi

      i emailed you please contact me via email.

      thanks
      erfan.soleymani

      September 30, 2011 at 3:35 pm
  • lenovobuyer says:

    Looking for a VPS…?
    I’ve been using Godaddy’s shared hosting for a while, but as I’ve developed more sites that require more CPU usage, I’m thinking of getting a VPS to host my sites on, as shared hosting can’t handle my CPU intensive programs.

    So, I’ve been looking around for a good VPS provider. Because I’ve been working with Godaddy, and there hasn’t been any problems with it (except some annoying customer support issues), it’s definitely on my list.

    Another provider I’ve heard about is HostGator. One of my friends is using their shared hosting plan, and they have generally good reviews.

    I’m asking here and not looking online, as it’s quite hard to get what seems like an unbiased opinion on hosting.

    So, what’s your opinion on VPS providers? Thanks!

    September 30, 2011 at 8:10 pm
    • Mark says:

      Slicehost and Linode are the most popular among developers.
      Both have great features, are very fast and reliable and start from $20/month.

      September 30, 2011 at 2:34 pm
  • A Nony Mouse says:

    Facebook iFrames Help?
    Hey there fellow Answerers,

    I was hoping someone can help me with this little issue I am having.

    I have a hosting account with Hostgator and I have a few subdomains as well as my main domain name within my account. The majority of them are already websites at the moment.

    What I want to know is where do I add the directory to add any Facebook iFrames App’s I might complete? The reason I ask is that I have a lot of wordpress sites and I cannot work out where to add the folder to keep these iFrame Apps within the wordpress directory. I’m not sure if it is even possible?

    Also I Would like to know if it is easier to just use a new domain PER iFrame App o rif I can keep multiple iFrame Apps inside one folder under different names (to create a different url link)

    Also I would like one of my static websites to show a wordpress iFrame App, is that possible or do I need to buy a new domain and add a directory to that domain and link it to the page instead?

    I hope this makes sense, I have been trying all day but to no avail so I would love it if someone could help me out here.

    Many Thanks

    September 30, 2011 at 9:19 pm

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