To All Website Flippers, what's the best/cheapest hosting for this ?

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Title aready ask what I wanna know.

I think about GoDaddy OR Namecheap as those are my domain dealers, but maybe some of you have a better alternative - cheaper then $7.- month.

G.
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  • Profile picture of the author yommys01
    I don't think you will get any good one cheaper than hostgator. You can use hostgator for $0.01 for the first one month.

    It allows you host as many sites as you want and they have the best customer support ( only escrow.com I have seen has a better support - escrow. com is not a hosting service though ).

    Can host you for the next 1 month for free if you are low on cash, just to encourage you. PM me if you need help.
    • Profile picture of the author bwh1
      Originally Posted by yommys01 View Post

      I don't think you will get any good one cheaper than hostgator. You can use hostgator for $0.01 for the first one month.

      It allows you host as many sites as you want and they have the best customer support ( only escrow.com I have seen has a better support - escrow. com is not a hosting service though ).

      Can host you for the next 1 month for free if you are low on cash, just to encourage you. PM me if you need help.
      Yeah, I know about Hostgator is top notch but thought that it's easier to flip sites if you host at a domain registrar.

      But guess that's irrelevant then. I have hosting at Hostmonster and love it, just above was a question mark for me.

      Guess I'm fine using my own host then.

      Anyhow, thanks for your offer.

      G.
  • Profile picture of the author GoGetta
    A hostgator reseller is a good shout! $25 a month but you can set each site up seperately and offer hosting for a small monthly fee ; )

    It makes things easier to transfer files as well as they can have access to the FTP and grab em all!

    GoGetta
    • Profile picture of the author bwh1
      Originally Posted by GoGetta View Post

      A hostgator reseller is a good shout! $25 a month but you can set each site up seperately and offer hosting for a small monthly fee ; )

      It makes things easier to transfer files as well as they can have access to the FTP and grab em all!

      GoGetta
      That's an excellent idea for who has already flipped (or flipp'd, fliped, Flopped - heck who know's) a few sites and got some cash to re-invest. Limited Free Hosting for a flip can be a great incentive.

      Have to keep that in mind. Thanks.

      G.
  • Profile picture of the author kay12345
    if you can afford, get yourself a reseller account, so that you can save all the hassle of transferring the site by simply giving the Login ID & PW to the buyer, since you would be dealing with lots of domain, lots of files, and lots of MYSQL databases

    better yet, you can charge the buyer a small hosting fee, if they wanted to stay

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