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  1. #1
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    Need a reliable and fast provider for hosting personal sites

    I got around 10 domains. None of them exceeded traffic 2GB/month and space 400 MB.Most of them are few MB.

    I'm looking for a reliable provider . It has to be fast and good uptime.

    http://www.iserve.co.nz is very fast but very expensive.

    My budget is around $10 to $20/Month.

    All I need is a reliable hosting provider and excellent uptime record and of course excellent support.

    I'm not a hosting company and don't wana be one . I just want to host my own personal sites as well as some of my friend's website.

    I'm with a company now and they are down most of the time and recently they changed their policy ,"everyone has to use smtp authenication before sending mail". And I think its sucks as they don't provide any help and I don't have time to change mail settings in every scripts that I've installed.

    I'm thinking to join with resellerzoom. Ok, tell me do i need resellerzoom or bluewho or .. recomend me one please..


    Thanks

  2. #2
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    Hi netmastan,

    HostCentric's quality has improved remarkably over the past few months, so I would recommend any of their reseller programs. I would also recommend Resellers Panel, if HostCentric does not have what you're looking for.
    Daniel B., CEO - Bezoka.com and Ungigs.com
    Hosting Solutions Optimized for: WordPress • Joomla • OpenCart • Moodle
    Data Centers in: Chicago (US), London (UK), Sydney (AU), Sofia (BG), Pori (FI)
    Email Daniel directly: ceo [at] bezoka.com

  3. #3
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    Look around on a few sites, go with which one you feel is best.

  4. #4
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    My advice to you is this:

    Compile a list of five companies that seem “good” for you and then e-mail the sales department of each host with a few basic questions such as:

    1) Could you please give me more information on your servers and network?
    2) Do you have any public records of server/network uptime?
    3) What are the means of support and average response times?
    4) Do you offer a money back guarantee?
    5) Why should I chose you?

  5. #5
    Check the offers section and find a few companies and then search the forum or google for reviews. Remember in most cases you get what you pay for, so dont jump on a 1000 Gb bandwidth deal for 32 cents a month.
    Eleven2 Web Hosting - World-Wide Hosting, Done Right!

  6. #6
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    Hostgator is a solid host from the reviews I have seen. I just joined them and so far it has been good.

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    sorry for double post

  8. #8
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    Hi,

    On the top of the page there is a "pull down menu" that says Find A Host, you can use the host quote section on there to get some leads. Good luck in your search.
    Regards,
    Randy
    Okie Net Web Hosting

  9. #9
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    Hmmm...I sometimes wonder if when folks post asking for a host recommendation, they would rather get personal advice and not a bunch of replies telling them to use the HostQuote feature?
    Daniel B., CEO - Bezoka.com and Ungigs.com
    Hosting Solutions Optimized for: WordPress • Joomla • OpenCart • Moodle
    Data Centers in: Chicago (US), London (UK), Sydney (AU), Sofia (BG), Pori (FI)
    Email Daniel directly: ceo [at] bezoka.com

  10. #10
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    Maybe so, but the Host Quote is a good feature and I would assume most people replying have thier own server and do not have a host to recommend. The host quote is at least some advice. Which is better than offering none.
    Regards,
    Randy
    Okie Net Web Hosting

  11. #11
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    True, but surely everyone here knows of at least one other reputable Web site host that can meet a given poster's needs?
    Daniel B., CEO - Bezoka.com and Ungigs.com
    Hosting Solutions Optimized for: WordPress • Joomla • OpenCart • Moodle
    Data Centers in: Chicago (US), London (UK), Sydney (AU), Sofia (BG), Pori (FI)
    Email Daniel directly: ceo [at] bezoka.com

  12. #12
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    There is the key word, "reputable". When I used to use reseller accounts I had to constantly move because of the lack of support. I could not recommend any of them but I do not want to bash them either. Longest I ever stayed with one was 2 years. I got really fast at changing reseller accounts. :-)
    Regards,
    Randy
    Okie Net Web Hosting

  13. #13
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    I guess you do have a point there. Sorry to hear of your bad luck with reseller providers! I guess one upside, though, would be that now you can offer consulting services to other resellers looking to move to a new provider!
    Daniel B., CEO - Bezoka.com and Ungigs.com
    Hosting Solutions Optimized for: WordPress • Joomla • OpenCart • Moodle
    Data Centers in: Chicago (US), London (UK), Sydney (AU), Sofia (BG), Pori (FI)
    Email Daniel directly: ceo [at] bezoka.com

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