Newbie With A Question:

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I have a question... where would any of you recomend to go for a new domain name and hosting of a website?

I went with GoDaddy originally and I didnt like their hosting at all.
The service was shy of what I expected as well.

I was constantly having challenges setting up my website through them, the whole site would lock up and what should have taken 10 seconds would take 30 minutes and to be honest, I dont think any of us have time like that these days

Thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Hetherington
    Hi Ritchie, welcome.

    I like if that helps.

  • Profile picture of the author Chipt
    Hey, Richie -

    I used to be with GoDoody and it was miserable. Utterly miserable. And even though I think Danika Patrick is a hottie, I'd never use GD again unless and until they were the last vendor on earth...

    I have a few at Namestick, but mostly used now. Their 800# customer service rocks, they answer fast, and they solve challenges/issues right then and there with you on the phone.

    Omnis is everything I need and their prices are way low for everything, including unlimited hosting.

    BTW, that is not an aff link above.

    Hope this helps -

    Chip Tarver
  • Profile picture of the author Shane Hale
    Always host separate from the domain registrar. It is always better that way. You diversify and eliminate single points of service failures as well as save money.
  • Profile picture of the author gussie789

    I am with Host4Profit and it works.
    • Profile picture of the author Akitoye
      Richie V,

      Infact, Host4Profit is reliable, you can enrol for $24.95 monthly and also have a Domain Name for $15.00.

      The best thing about Host4Profit is that they have excellent Customer Service, if you ever need support, you're in good hands.

      Also, they have compensation plan. If you can refer 10 people to Host4Profit, you get paid $100 up-front plus $100 per month for as long as each of your referrals keeps their hosting account.

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