What Web Hoster Should I Choose?
BLUEHOST: My dad read their terms of service and didnt like that if i kept with it, 2 weeks before my year was up, they would charge me for another. I also tried the demo of the web site builder, and it sucked. FATCOW: My dad read these terms of service too and he really hated it. there is about no chance i could do fatcow. HOSTGATOR: This one you have to pay extra for a domain name. I want a free one that comes with the website. INMOTION: to hard to understand lol. It looked alright, but im not craz about it. Thats about all ive looked into. im on a $4-$7/mo budgit. i dont wanna go over that. thanks :)
Asked By: Tracey Lyn: Veg and PROUD of it! - 8/9/2009
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Of the ones you named I'd go with host gator... More
Answered By: Rusty Nails - 8/9/2009
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Either GoDaddy or Hostmonster, depending on the quality you want... More
Answered By: The Awaken - 8/9/2009
Don't do any of those. Choose SiteGround or LunarPages. Those are the best! They both give you a free domain, and they give you unlimited bandwidth, unlimited web space, unlimited email addresses, subdomains, they have cPanel, and Fantastico, and more! Choose one of them. They are both pretty cheap also
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