Which is the cheapest web hosting?

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I need to know which is the cheapest hosting ? I need to use it for second and third layer in back linking.


please dont mention companies which offer cheap rates for 1 month or 1 year and for renewal their rates increase.
#cheapest #hosting #web
  • Profile picture of the author Tyoussef10
    hostwinds , bluehost are good and newbie friendly
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    • Profile picture of the author latic
      One thing I'm really surprised with is that as a community warrior forum doesn't have their own trusted community ran host.

      Marketing can be hard on hosting, but with a few rules and two or three people that know what theyre doing it should be possible to offer at like $0.1 per domain per month or less.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigFrank
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    Shouldn't your question be, "Which is the best web hosting?"

    Starting your journey with a pauper's perspective will make you one and keep you one.

    Life is short! Go long!

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    P.S. Keep in mind that there is no such ting as the 'best' web hosting as it's all a matter of opinion, but my post concerns your mindset, not actually answering your question. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Are you sure you want cheap? I've seen some cheap and even some not cheap web hosts that drop a ton of traffic (which costs you money.)
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  • Profile picture of the author dcbeckster
    Originally Posted by malikmati View Post

    I need to know which is the cheapest hosting ? I need to use it for second and third layer in back linking.


    please dont mention companies which offer cheap rates for 1 month or 1 year and for renewal their rates increase.
    Greetings, I currently use HostGator and for the most part they have been pretty consistent with their uptime and support. There are a number of different plans they offer at very reasonable prices depending upon on what you need. Also surprisingly, NameCheap also offers web hosting as well and they're pretty inexpensive for the most part. But there are tons of ISP's out there so I would just do some good research...and I think you'll be able to find a provider that will meet your needs. But as it was mentioned in this post, cheap isn't always the best, so compare plans for the best ISP for your needs.
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    • Profile picture of the author Azlan.MY
      Originally Posted by VidasVegas View Post

      Namecheap is the cheapest I know.
      Yes, just $10 per year for the 1st year. And then even more if you wish to maintain your account.

      You can search at Google for keywords like cheapest web hosting, one dollar web hosting, or you can browse web hosting talk forum and then ask the same question.
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  • Profile picture of the author vashet
    +1 for namecheap. I got 3 websites there (1xhosting, 3xdomains).
    Everything works fast and without any problems. Their tech. support is great also.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dave Bean
      Originally Posted by vashet View Post

      +1 for namecheap. I got 3 websites there (1xhosting, 3xdomains).
      Everything works fast and without any problems. Their tech. support is great also.
      Big thumbs up for Namecheap from me too ... what she said
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  • Profile picture of the author Juraj Vysvader
    If you are looking for VPS then try Arubacloud for 1 euro/month, or OVH for if you are from USA, or Canada
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  • Profile picture of the author Julio
    I use hostgator and they charge pretty cheap and their service is good.

    I haven't had any problems with them yet.
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  • Profile picture of the author opahopa333
    Look for russian top hostings list. They are pretty cheap.
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  • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
    I've been with Hostgator for YEARS! They're great, cheap, and reliable, plus they have 24/7 phone support!
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    • Profile picture of the author NavinJan
      I agree it's one of the top-notch hosting services, also affordable for small businesses.
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  • Profile picture of the author latic
    Before deciding on a host do a google on the hostname and EIG.

    You want to avoid anything to do with EIG as you'll hate your life at some point.

    EIG are a big company buying up a load of smaller companies and completely ruining their setup and support funtions!

    People are saying Hostgator, but thats EIG and should be avoided!
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  • Profile picture of the author Tesslady
    Hi there,

    For me, I would choose Hostgator or Namecheap. BTW, Hostgator's pretty incredible to use!
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  • Profile picture of the author Grazina
    The cheapest hositng plans are available from hostingsource.com and ifastnet.com.
    Plans are full-featured and support is helpful for 24 hours.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeff Burritt
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    Wrong question. Better to ask for the best at affordable price.

    Siteground.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oseana
    Hi, try Scopehosts SSDShared hosting services, they provide reliable hosting services. I have used their services for few months, best support and very high speed.
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  • Profile picture of the author ronnierokk
    I've used HostGator since I first started online, not saying they are the cheapest but they are a really good company with great support.
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  • Profile picture of the author latic
    More people liking hostgator! EEEK!
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  • Profile picture of the author dleigh
    I know both of these have already been mentioned, but Namecheap and Siteground are two affordable hosts with good reputations. I would recommend staying away from Hostgator because EIG owns them.
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  • Profile picture of the author Tony Marriott
    Originally Posted by latic View Post

    More people liking hostgator! EEEK!
    Originally Posted by dleigh View Post

    I know both of these have already been mentioned, but Namecheap and Siteground are two affordable hosts with good reputations. I would recommend staying away from Hostgator because EIG owns them.

    Any major company will have a plenty of disenters. You are bound to hack of or disapoint a percentage of cusomers when yiu are a large organisation.

    NO I am NOT suggesting you aim for that as a buisness just that it happens.

    I challange anyone to name a hosting and no-one to say they have had problems.

    However I have used Hostgator for 8 years aaand many other hosting comnpanies.

    Fior anewbie or a simple solution I always suggest Hostgator

    reasons are

    1. It just works out of the box.. unlike many (massive important)
    2. You can pay monthly so does not need a big upfront investment
    3. It's cheap $7 a month will do most newbies
    4. It does have pretty good support (including direct chat) though it can take 30 minutes to get attention at times.
    5. Uptime is very good despite many peoeples scare stories.
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    • Profile picture of the author latic
      Originally Posted by Tony Marriott View Post

      Any major company will have a plenty of disenters. You are bound to hack of or disapoint a percentage of cusomers when yiu are a large organisation.

      NO I am NOT suggesting you aim for that as a buisness just that it happens.

      I challange anyone to name a hosting and no-one to say they have had problems.

      However I have used Hostgator for 8 years aaand many other hosting comnpanies.

      Fior anewbie or a simple solution I always suggest Hostgator

      reasons are

      1. It just works out of the box.. unlike many (massive important)
      2. You can pay monthly so does not need a big upfront investment
      3. It's cheap $7 a month will do most newbies
      4. It does have pretty good support (including direct chat) though it can take 30 minutes to get attention at times.
      5. Uptime is very good despite many peoeples scare stories.
      Tony,

      The problem is EIG as a policy do not care about their customers and the policies they set in place for customers are all about making money, that's the be all and end all. The reason they buy so many brands is to capture the market as their customer churn is crazy.

      I worked at a brand before EIG bought it, I was a department manager and they got rid of all the support and escalation staff. They moved support over to their existing team that was already over worked.

      As it stands escalation tickets currently have around a 2-3 week resolution time. So apart from a basic "we are working on this" you'll get nothing.

      I signed up with asmallorange, which I didn't check was EIG, on a blackfriday dead and waited 2 Weeks for a backup restore and a month and a half for a refund reply!

      Any EIG host will be OK when the server is running OK and also when you have no problems on your account. If they have issues on a server you better have a recent local backup as their number one solution is recreate the server and accounts and then "try to restore data".

      I'm just hoping people aren't working hard, trusting the company and then get left high and dry. You are as safe with a small startup host (which does proper incorporation etc) as you are with eig!
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  • Profile picture of the author aizaku
    cheapest?

    i guess name cheap.

    but i use hostgator, its not expensive and they provide great service.

    best of luck,
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  • Profile picture of the author maxstone
    I've been using A Small Orange for about 4 years now and I've got nothing but good things to say about them. They are extremely helpful and answer quickly. I've also found that they offer a lot more behind-the-scenes options. I don't remember my previous hosting company's name, but when I made the switch, I was in awe.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bomtik
    The cheapest hosting services are available from hostwinds.com and hostingsource.com. Plans are full-featured and support is active around the clock.
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  • Profile picture of the author nickyz1
    namecheap.com is by far the most cheapest webhosting platforms. am hosting 3 wordpress sites at $19 only i don't know about others but to me this sounds so cheap
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  • Profile picture of the author abigayleabril9
    You can take a look on the Namecheap & Hostgator. I believe, you will get a good solution by these two site. Thanks for your advance.
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    You should consider 1&1 webhosting.
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    • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      You should consider 1&1 webhosting.
      You can't be serious.

      You think EIG is bad? 1&1 is a scary horror story!

      I'm surprised they are still in business. Haven't heard that name mentioned in a long time.

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  • Profile picture of the author Highest And Best
    I'm not going to use the word "cheapest"

    The most cost-effective hosting will be companies like HostGator or BlueHost. If you opt for a shared hosting plan, you will be able to host unlimited websites (withing performance boundaries) on a professional platform used by many successful Internet marketers. No matter how many websites you are running, it will cost you about ten bucks a month. the only catch (it's not really a catch) is that you will need to prepay three years.

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  • Profile picture of the author Elizabethlim
    Hi, Bluehost is good as offering 1 domain free a year which gives you some saving. Service is good too.
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  • Profile picture of the author sunpeaks589
    Shared hosting is the cheap hosting which you get from many hosting providers
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  • Profile picture of the author posinfo1
    Going for cheap hosting is like building your house on weak foundations. Your site is likely to collapse. Go for the best hosting
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  • Profile picture of the author PPG19
    Namecheap is my favorite.
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  • Profile picture of the author Highest And Best
    The Cheapest Hosting is Free


    If you are just using it for backlinking, why not use Tumblr? You can create your own, but it's far more effective to purchase Tumblr blogs with authority to give your backlinks the juice it needs.


    And it's free! (with the exception of the inexpensive purchases of authority blogs).


    I would not use this for your own content blogs or niche sites, but it's great for backlinks.



    Go kick some link juice butt!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hogan Chua
    do you mean cheap hosting for your private blog network? I use some from scalahost. Look for hosting companies which don't have huge affiliate commissions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mritunjay Gautam
    I love bullten.in and i would love to recommend it to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author ank27
    as my opinion bluehost are good and newbie friendly,nice support..
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  • Mamesccheap web hosting is the cheapest web hosting. Go & get it from their website
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  • I personally look for a host that best suits my site not the cheapest
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  • Profile picture of the author Wanfu Sensei
    Namecheap is pretty cheap for me
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  • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
    How can you not be embarrassed by wanting the cheapest web hosting?
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  • Profile picture of the author bertosio
    Is Hostgator not cheap enough. I have been with them for over a decade.
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  • Profile picture of the author Highest And Best
    I would normally answer your question in terms of "free is never free" - espeically in regard to free hosting.

    However, you asked for the "cheapest", and there ARE good inexpensive hosts. I recommend Bluehost. Their prices are cheap even after the promo period you are trying to avoid.

    BUT...

    If you are only interested in back linking, THEN it's ok to use a "free" host (as I said earlier, free is never free, but in this case you would never need to scale or monetize).

    For back linking, you will be fine with Tumblr... and you can buy existing blogs with authority (cheap!)

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  • Profile picture of the author kirbymurphy
    Interserver had a promo for Warrior members. I think I pay $24 a year. Unlim addons and no limits.
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  • Profile picture of the author talking
    You know hostsailor and junedataplace provide cheap hosting. Uptime and network are solid and stable.
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