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  1. #1
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    hostgator vs zoomhosting

    What to chose ho is more realible hotgator or zoomhosting ?
    I don't know what is your opinion ?
    Did you use them ?
    Regards .

  2. #2
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    I've used Host Gator for the past 9 to 10 months before moving to a cheaper host and have nothing but high applause for Host Gator. I never really noticed any downtime, things went smooth. Should a ticket been submitted, it was handled and handled in a decent time. Everything went smooth and I have no complaints about HG. A review from me is on the third page or so I believe.
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  3. #3
    I assume you mean hostingzoom?

    Both companies are reliable, you will find good feedback on both of them. Depends on which plan you are thinking of signing up for with either of them, both have different plans and different pricings.

    If you want to host more than 6 websites, you will be better off with HostGator. If you want to pay for 2 years upfront and host 6 or less websites, you will be better off with HostingZoom, although I do not recommend paying for web hosting upfront without testing the company first for at least 30 days.
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  4. #4
    Since you've narrowed it down to the two, I assume you've done your research. (You didn't just pluck the two names from a hat, did you?) ;-)

    What specifically do you need from your host?
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  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by WN-Ali
    I assume you mean hostingzoom?

    Both companies are reliable, you will find good feedback on both of them. Depends on which plan you are thinking of signing up for with either of them, both have different plans and different pricings.

    If you want to host more than 6 websites, you will be better off with HostGator. If you want to pay for 2 years upfront and host 6 or less websites, you will be better off with HostingZoom, although I do not recommend paying for web hosting upfront without testing the company first for at least 30 days.
    Maybe he did, or maybe he didn't.

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  6. #6
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    I did my research .
    What i need Multiple sites hosted a few g.b space and a good bandwich at a good price / year .
    hostingzoom at the same 120$ i can have the same space and bandwich but for 2 yars and i don't need more then 6 sites hosted they will be 5-6 for now .
    Regards .
    I whant to know if both companies have profesional services and good servers and they don't have problems .

  7. #7
    They are both great hosts. I guess I agree with WN-Ali. Take the one with a package that fits your needs more.
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  8. #8
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    Ok thanks i will se what i choese i am going for hostingzoom right now ....

  9. #9
    You can choose both. They are good hosts. Just focus on the package...

  10. #10
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    I am not recommending HostGator of HostingZoom because i've never been hosted by Zoom. I am just saying HostGator has had excellent uptime for me as well as prompt and friendly support. They're excellent.

  11. #11
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    Absolutely hostingzoom. Their support is great.

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