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montyauto
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Are you running a websites?

Could I ask which hosting company you use?
Post Mon Jun 11, 2007 3:10 am
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I have several sites, and I use both 1and1 and hostgator. no complaints with either, except some scripts I wanted to use didn't work with 1and1. They're fine with hostgator though.

For about ten bucks a month 1and1 will let you host 100 domains. For the same price hostgator hosts unlimited domains.

If you're interested PM me and I'll send you a coupon that will give you your 1st month at hostgator for only $.01.

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Post Thu Jun 14, 2007 5:56 pm
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I've been with Hostgator for about 3? Years. Always professional and quick tech support.


Also, have many sites hosted on webhostforseo.com as they are good for people who need unique IP hosting.

Both recommended.
Post Sat Jun 23, 2007 5:30 pm
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I use Host4Profit, Host Gator, WebHosting Tonight, & H2-OH.

At of all of them Host4Profit & Host Gator are my favorites. Host4Profit has the best affiliate program which pays ten dollars a month residuals.

The tech support and uptime are excellent on both of them also.

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I've used godaddy for the past 4 years now and I don't have any real complaints with them.

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Post Tue Sep 04, 2007 6:18 pm
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I'm currently using Hostgator shared hosting plan. So far, I have no complaints and have been happy with them for two years already.
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I have several sites and been using Hostgator for the 5 years now.
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I've two active websites hosted on Arvixe. I started in July and after some months they sold the company to EIG group and things really changed during the "transition" period (blackouts, no support at all, etc.) but after that I have to say they are doing good, my websites are on 99% of the time to be honest, they load fast, and is not that expensive, I'm paying the $4 a month plan.

Anyways I'm going to be honest ... when the hosting service was really bad I almost move to Siteground cause it's a non-owned EIG company and I've read lots of real reviews from them, it seems to be a good company.

Here's my website so you can check the time to load: Make Money with Binary Options

Try to look for good reviews on a forum and don't get fooled with affiliates fake reviews that only want to get a comission from your purchase instead of suggesting a good company.
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