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bobural says

Hey guys… I am trying to find a reliable web hosting company and before opening this new thread I really did my searching and I found some posts here but they where opened a few years ago…

I asked also Google and he’s telling me about lots of reviews but most of them are paid or pure commercial…not much user review…

What I am looking? Just for a shared hosting and if business is good a VPS so please, you guys, take a sec and tell my what company are you doing you business with?

Thank you very much. B.

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WebSmacker says

I’ve been using hostgator for years! They have by far the best support that I’ve encountered. http://hostgator.com [No affiliate links on the Forums please]

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CODE9RS says

I use MediaTemple and WPEngine, the first is less expensive sure :)

Cheers, Rafael

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ranfirefly says

I use BlueHost.
They’re really great with great response for support.

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OriginalEXE says

HostGator, SiteGround and Arvixe here, I recommend all of those

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wickedpixel says

BlueHost also. Great service and features, unlimited everything and cheap. Don’t expect ultra speed in site loading. :)

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OriginalEXE says

BlueHost also. Great service and features, unlimited everything and cheap. Don’t expect ultra speed in site loading. :)

I don’t like BlueHost because it messes with a CPanel, I hate when hosting’s do that, their integration sucks, it’s so hard to work with domains for example opposed to default CPanel.

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tabvn says


BlueHost also. Great service and features, unlimited everything and cheap. Don’t expect ultra speed in site loading. :)
I don’t like BlueHost because it messes with a CPanel, I hate when hosting’s do that, their integration sucks, it’s so hard to work with domains for example opposed to default CPanel.

i agreed with you, and also they limited Mysql database tables, limit files count. i used and i keep away , i prefer mediatemple, or Gator .

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wickedpixel says

Hm, I just looked on the Bluehost site and they seem to changed the offer. I have unlimited everything. I home that will remain the same if I renew the subscription. :)

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Joost Volunteer moderator says

i agreed with you, and also they limited Mysql database tables, limit files count. i used and i keep away , i prefer mediatemple, or Gator .

Limited tables and file count? Eww! That’s quite a naive implementation as well – it would tempt me to device a shell to store all my data in one massive table, and the same for all my files. Just string them together and use the binary as addressed memory :P

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