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  1. #1
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    dnsnameserver.org

    I've seen dnsnameserver.org listed in webhosting.info as one of the Top 10 hosting companies in the US, but I can't seem to find any information about them. Can someone shed some light on who they are, what they do and where to find them? Thanks!
    John
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  2. #2
    Try searching on google.com you might find some reviews about them.
    Server Management + Support to your hosting clients (unlimited tickets and servers) in one monthly fee.
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    | ManageAndSupport.com.

    **We will monitor and harden your server + provide direct support to your hosting customers.**

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    whois points to new.net, which is a registrar. It's not unusual for a registrar to appear as a big "host", simply because of the number of domains they park (quite likely for free).

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    Quote Originally Posted by John D.
    I've seen dnsnameserver.org listed in webhosting.info as one of the Top 10 hosting companies in the US, but I can't seem to find any information about them.
    They are up there, because they pay to be there. Not nessassarily because of the massive amounts of good reviews....like it should be.
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    Very interesting. I tried Google before posting this, but there is NOTHING but the webhosting.info listing and a number of domain registration records. It's hard to imagine them being so huge in the US and yet nobody seems to know anything about them. Hmmm....
    John
    Business & eCommerce Web Hosting, Site Development & Marketing eSolutions
    eSolutions.net

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    Yeah, it's very weird them to be in the Top 10 and nobody heard anything of them.

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