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  • Innohosting

    9 50.00%
  • ResellerZoom

    0 0%
  • knownhost

    3 16.67%
  • hostgator

    4 22.22%
  • webhostingbuzz

    1 5.56%
  • hostdime

    1 5.56%
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  1. #1

    * Which of these reseller company are good?

    Innohosting
    ResellerZoom
    Hostgator
    Knownhost
    webhostingbuzz
    hostdime

    I need to choose the most voted company.... thank you
    Last edited by deadland; 04-26-2008 at 07:18 PM.

  2. #2
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    I would say Innohost or Fly High, although i have never been with inno, i have herd many good things but Fly High is amazing, i usualy get a response from support a few mins after i send a ticket.

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  4. #4
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    I need to choose the most voted company.
    Anyone can cast a vote, with or without direct experience. A poll can easily end up being a popularity contest. The most popular brand may not be the highest quality brand, or the right solution *for you*.

    I would not use the poll results for more than they are: one more guidance factor.

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    You`d really need to base your decision using reviews imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by th92 View Post
    I would say Innohost or Fly High, although i have never been with inno, i have herd many good things but Fly High is amazing, i usualy get a response from support a few mins after i send a ticket.
    FlyHigh gets my vote too... they remind me of the Good old days with BlueWho before it was purchased.
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  7. #7
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    Inno gets my vote and I do use them. They have great reseller plans, include end-user support, ssl cert, clientexec or whmcs depending on plan. Their servers are fast and their support top-noch. Also, can't beat their uptime. Great host all around.
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  8. #8
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    HostGator has my vote. I've had multiple accounts with them and they never let me down. Their prices were affordable, their service was reliable, and their support team was fantastic!

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    InnoHosting all the way! And I use them myself.
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  10. #10
    Very useful thread.

    Can you guys helps me out with a question.

    I like to use 3 hosting companies having had problems with them going bust in the past plus I like to not all all my sites on one IP. Yes I know it is probabaly a myth that it matters but the point is that other webmaster believe it and with over 50 sites incl. subdomains exchanging multiple links is important to me.

    So, I have an excellent host in PrimeHost, but I'm not very happy with either of the other 2 hosts so I want to switch.

    I've used the $4.95 Gator package which was great for the money but their reseller package is $24.95, a bit dearer than others but it does have 24GB disk and 250GB bandwidth, way higher than Inno or FlyHigh.

    However my main question is about sharing. Until I joined this forum I didn't fully understand about how many sites could be on the same IP as mine. The one host I use has dedciate IPs for each customer. PrimeHost doesn't but you can buy one for an extra $2.

    Does anyone know about Gator, FlyHigh and Inno?

    I did once have a host that allowed purchase of IPs and allocation of sites to each IP, sadly bad support so I didn't stay. This is the only thing I don't like about Prime Host. I will stay with them for their excellent support and value for money but I wish I could allocate my sites over the new IPs I bought.

    BTW, I guess the IP is not an issue for most so I would add PrimeHost to the list of hosts to consider.

    Any comments or advice here would be welcome.

  11. #11
    Our choice is Hostdime. Because their support is fast. Ticket response time is 30 minutes in average and the problems generally fix quickly. The servers are fast. The uptime is more than 99.5%(our monitor shows it 99.9% for our web site now). The prices are affordable. The product features are great(more disk space/bandwith, free tools like RVSkin, Fantastico, Billing Software... etc.).
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    you can buy a dedicated ip at inno for $2/mo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rsbenedict View Post
    you can buy a dedicated ip at inno for $2/mo.
    @rsbenedict, @mikey: Thank you for the recommendation!

    Just to elaborate on that, IP's can also be purchased at $1.50 per month if paid yearly ($18 per year)..
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  14. #14
    I'd think almost all providers can provide ip's at the same or similar prices that Rameen mentioned above.

    I think its wise to have multiple providers, if you can justify the cost then it certainly spreads the risk.

    To the OP, I'd suggest researching companys though this forum and google et al.

    A voting scheme is not the most reliable as you don't know why people are voting at all.

    Best of luck to both deadland and the op finding a host that suits their needs, I'm sure you'll both find a host that suits.
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