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    * choose yahoo or bluehost

    hello,
    lately yahoo make advancements in their hosting plan,and i want to choose best of yahoo or bluehost. could anyone give me an opinion. thanks

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    Both oversell and have inconsistent reps, as far as i've been able to read. I would go with a smaller host, myself.
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    Is this one of the better of two evils questions? I really can't make myself advise either.

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    Yahoo might not be a good because if Microsoft buys them out like they want to a lot of changes you may not like may happen.

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    Dont go with either of them , there are many better hosts out there ! Yahoo will soon crash when microsoft buys them
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    Ahhh the old no right answer question. I have to ask how did you come down to these 2 choices?

    The answer is: RUN!!!!!!!!

    Do some research and find a host that will deliver a quality product and good service. The only thing IMO you will get from your choices is a functional product with little to no support.

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    Bluehost maybe not?

    I haven't tried Yahoo hosting so I cannot speak about their service.

    I have used Bluehost. Please read my review about Bluehost.

    And no I would not recommend Bluehost.


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    I would say between the 2 Bluehost has there stuff down good. They are a good cPanel host and I don't know what others are complaining about here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hostmaxpro View Post
    Both oversell...
    Agree Both of them have overselling offer. Why don't you try to have a look at other choices too ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMH-Moe View Post
    I would say between the 2 Bluehost has there stuff down good. They are a good cPanel host and I don't know what others are complaining about here.
    If you have dealt with the totally pathetic service as I did in the post above you would know why people are "complaining" about Bluehost.


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    yahoo is horrible for hosting. i have seen their stuff first hand and it is ugly. not to mention they are on the verge of going under....
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    Why yahoo or bluehost? There are other better hosting plans (e.g. HostGator).

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    Quote Originally Posted by goran2001 View Post
    hello,
    lately yahoo make advancements in their hosting plan,and i want to choose best of yahoo or bluehost. could anyone give me an opinion. thanks
    What are your requirements? Why have you limited yourself to these two web hosting companies when you have so many choices? Do you require huge amounts of disk space and bandwidth, would you like to be trapped in a 3 year contract?

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    Bluehost is very slow, I recommend you to use hostgator, it's really better.

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    I have heard both sides of the field regarding Bluehost and also Yahoo.

    I must disagree with the hype regarding "if" scenarios of Microsoft aquiring Yahoo. If that happens, what business sense does it make to shut down a profitable venture like Yahoo's web hosting campaign?

    From what I understand, Bluehost provides a great service.
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    Yahoo will not be Microsoft in a whole night if Microsoft takes Yahoo. Yahoo and Bluehost have their own control panel which may not be user friendly. Yahoo do not have Live chat support which other hosting company provides.
    Better select non-yahoo and non-bluehost!

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    i'd say Bluehost. Never go with a big big company - they're too popular for their own good.

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    If you want to host a site that is based on php or cgi script, never use yahoo, godaddy or similar hosting services.

    Purchase yourself a decent cpanel hosting from some of the reputable linux/apache hosting providers...

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