I have around 10 websites that I want to get hosting for. I currently have some major overkill and have a dedicated server via Codero. I need to downsize my hosting cost and was looking for some recommendations.
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I thought WinHost was going to be perfect, but they dont allow multiple sites on 1 account without an extra charge.
If you don't need VPS but eager to shared hosting, I think winhost would be working perfectly because they offer "unlimited domain" hosting, But you can also consider arvixe which also provider multiple domains hosting under 1 account.
Can recommend you happy-hosting.com services.
They have provided many resources in their plans which are inexpensive and they are reliable.
They allow to host many domains on their account.
Check out their plans and maybe they will be fine for you.
If you are still in search of a good option for windows hosting service, can suggest m6.net web host.. I have tried many hosts, none come close to m6's service and experience. can say that it is good place for running asp applications.
Average price per disk space uage would be around $2/month/GB.
You should contact host for custom quote because shared hosting plans usually have disk space quota much less than 20GB (doesn't count the massive overselling hosts who offer tens of GBs or unlimited disk space).
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I would look into a VPS for sure. And possibly find someone to manage it/be on call when you need assistance (since you no longer care to manage it yourself you mentioned)
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I used to use Omnis for Windows and Linux hosting. If I remember right, I could host unlimited domains with them for one price - and I think it was only like $150 per year. They are similar to GoDaddy, except the interface isn't as confusing; you can upload your own code and set up your own databases.