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  • Profile picture of the author John Rogers
    GoDaddy hosting is horrible. Use HostGator.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Polomka
    I buy all my domains through GoDaddy but I would NEVER use their hosting.

    Hostgator for sure!
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    • Profile picture of the author Roy Penrod
      I've got to agree with HostGator. Great customer service and their hosting is dependable.

      Roy
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  • Profile picture of the author richard_s_smith
    same as sheryl, buy godaddy host hostgator
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    • Profile picture of the author VictorV
      If it's one thing I know for certain, it's don't poop where you eat.

      Buy domains separately, and get your hosting separately.
      Use Godaddy or Namecheap for domains and Hostgator (baby plan) for hosting.

      Don't forget to search for coupons before you purchase. You'll always find some (on Google).
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      • Profile picture of the author QuinNguyen
        Originally Posted by BaoTV View Post

        If it's one thing I know for certain, it's don't poop where you eat.

        Buy domains separately, and get your hosting separately.
        Use Godaddy or Namecheap for domains and Hostgator (baby plan) for hosting.

        Don't forget to search for coupons before you purchase. You'll always find some (on Google).
        Aww you just have to remind me of coupon lol, the hostgator life time coupon just expired couple of days ago. It was the best black friday hostgator coupon yet.
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        • Profile picture of the author VictorV
          Originally Posted by QuinNguyen View Post

          Aww you just have to remind me of coupon lol, the hostgator life time coupon just expired couple of days ago. It was the best black friday hostgator coupon yet.
          HOLY $HEI$T! A lifetime coupon? Hahah, usually I'm good at finding discounts and coupons. Can't believe I missed out on that one.

          Oh well... next year I guess.
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh Anderson
    If they were the only two choices on earth then Hostgator.

    If there was another choice left on earth then neither.

    Hostgator has had multiple security breaches lately.

    In one such breach one of my employees who also works with multiple other companies who hosted at host gator had to contact HG because of a security issue where hackers hacked Hostgator to get into their client's hosting accounts and install malicious script.

    When he contacted HG he was told by their staff to leave the malicious script active until they could check into it.

    This is not the only security issue... but too many red flags make HG an absolute NO GO for recommending to anyone.

    Additionally, though they may have changed their policies in recent times when I contacted them to ask about scaling and burstability when a business exceeds the resources available at HG they said that they simply shut the client down... no scaling no courtesy. There may be other unpublished limitations such as mysql querie limitations, concurrent connection limitations etc.

    While I am not aware of security issues at Godaddy... as a host they are even worse with more unpublished limitations to their hosting plans including as little as 49 concurrent connections allowed on their economy plan.

    When searching for the right host, even an economy host, ask the hard questions and if they cannot answer make sure you do not give up until they connect you or get an answer from someone who can answer your questions.

    Ask questions about scalability (whether you can upgrade your plan without interruption), mysql querie limitations, concurrent connection limitations, whether bursting for bandwidth is available, whether they have had security breaches compromising customer's hosting accounts in the last 2 years and exactly what they have done to ensure it does not happen in the future etc.

    Don't be afraid to ask the hard questions and demand accurate and complete answers... be specific and tell them:

    "If you do not know do not guess... I require a definitive answer from someone at your company qualified to answer these questions before I can entrust you with hosting my business."

    btw... there are other options for economy hosting accounts that are worth considering:

    http://aplus.net
    http://powweb.com
    http://www.bluehost.com/
    http://www.dreamhost.com/
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      Originally Posted by Josh Anderson View Post

      "If you do not know do not guess... I require a definitive answer from someone at your company qualified to answer these questions before I can entrust you with hosting my business."
      Josh, I require a definitive answer. What are your thoughts on Cloud hosting from Rackspace and LiquidWeb Storm on Demand? Are there others you favor?
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      • Profile picture of the author Josh Anderson
        I prefer Softlayer. Rackspace is just plain expensive and not worth the additional cost.

        Of course Amazon is an option as well :-)


        Originally Posted by Jesus Perez View Post

        Josh, I require a definitive answer. What are your thoughts on Cloud hosting from Rackspace and LiquidWeb Storm on Demand? Are there others you favor?
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  • Profile picture of the author QuinNguyen
    Godaddy is a domain registrar, and they are trying to expanding into hosting industry but they suck so bad at it lol. Go with Hostgator!
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    If I had to choose between the two, I'd definitely pick Hostgator. Not only is Godaddy's control panel confusing and different from the industry standard cPanel, their basic hosting is very limited in terms of bandwidth and storage space allowed. They have multiple hosting plans and it can be a little confusing to pick the right plan for your needs. (Godaddy has always been confusing when it comes to offering multiple choices and upsells, especially for newbies.) Hostgator would be my top pick, hands down.

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author brendan1
    Been with hostgator for several years with no problems..
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    • Profile picture of the author Algorithms
      Love HostGator! I tried hosting with GoDaddy in the past, but like others, I found their control panel to be confusing and over complicated.

      For domain names, GoDaddy used to be my one stop shop, but I now prefer NameCheap.
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      • Profile picture of the author ynakasone
        For hosting Hostgator (no the reseller). GoDaddy use a complicate hosting panel (Drupal) and many programs don't work like any common hosting.

        There are other cheaper and good domain providers for domain. GoDaddy is just the most popular.
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  • Profile picture of the author bestitrix
    I never hosted with Godaddy but I've heard a lot of bad things regarding their hosting services. On the contrary, it is one of the best domain registrar to buy domain for very good price. I suggest to go to google.com and research different web hosting and look for the one that meet your needs. You can simply google "best web host 2010" and you will find what your looking for. In addition, read the reviews and pay attention to what the current and past customers are saying about the web host service. Try to read all the reviews before committing to any of their services and make sure that they have more positive reviews than negative reviews.

    Goodluck
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  • Profile picture of the author orseay
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    I would also recommend Hostgator over Godaddy. I'm also a big fan of Site5 - have used them for years and they have been fantastic.
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  • Profile picture of the author simplebutcreative
    Originally Posted by redstanford View Post

    best hosting?
    yep! GoDaddy sucks...Use Hostgator for hosting any day...But don't use them for domain registration. Namecheap is the best for domain registration.
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  • Profile picture of the author zorus
    godaddy sucks hard
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    Hostgator for sure. Not one problem in 5 years.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketing123
    Majority really likes Hostgator. I onced used it but I'm more confident in cpanel hosting account.
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  • Profile picture of the author orseay
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    I think Site5 deserves a BIG shout out! They're my favorite and always take care of me.
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  • Profile picture of the author bdm
    The one thing I can't stand about Godaddy is that any time you call them they do high pressure up sells on the phone. Really annoying!
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  • Profile picture of the author jushuaburnham
    Hostgator, I love their services.
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  • Profile picture of the author jumesh
    Hostgator - way better than GoDaddy's hosting. Hostgator has cpanel, which is an absolute must.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marhelper
    Without a doubt HG. GD is good for domain purchases ... that is about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author source47
    Why is the choice just between these two when there are so many other reliable web hosting companies out there.

    I personally use Bluehost and have never had a problem with them. I have never had a negative experience with their Tech Support either. I also like Westhost as well.

    I very much dislike GoDaddy mostly because of their ridiculous checkout process (which is effective in helping them turn a nice profit). I also dislike their marketing and ads (but hey, sex sells doesn't it? Even when it has nothing to do with web hosting or nameservers or SSL certificates.)

    I have a client's website on HostGator right now and I deleted the default domain parking files and uploaded their website files but it still shows the parked page. What's up with that?
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  • Profile picture of the author MarketingVet09
    Both!

    Godaddy for domains

    And point the domains to hostgator for hosting
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    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      Originally Posted by source47 View Post


      I have a client's website on HostGator right now and I deleted the default domain parking files and uploaded their website files but it still shows the parked page. What's up with that?

      About your last point -- it usually takes a bit of time to "propagate" and should be fine if you've pointed those pages to Hostgator.

      Originally Posted by woah316 View Post

      Both!

      Godaddy for domains

      And point the domains to hostgator for hosting
      That's what I do too. Works great and is cost-effective.

      I've heard good things about Bluehost too, but haven't tried them out personally. I CAN vouch for Hostgator thought from personal experience. 24/7 friendly tech support rocks. And it's pretty userfriendly to begin with, plus the price is right.

      Also, it offers a monthly payment option, whcih some other otherwise reasonably priced hosting companies don't.

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      • Profile picture of the author chrisscott
        I just want to share my yesterday's experience with GoDaddy. I've got an error in shared hosting account as I was trying to send email using CDO but unable.

        I submitted a ticket to GoDaddy and their first reply received after just 2 hours but my problem wasn't resolved after few tickets replies they got my no and called me and one of their technical person guided me and I finally be able to resolved my problem.

        I always find GoDaddy's support a top notch so I am satisfied infect more than satisfied with GoDaddy.
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  • Profile picture of the author rohnsmith
    I agree with all the people buy domain from godaddy and hosting from hostgator...
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  • Profile picture of the author richgrad
    Hostgator beats godaddy hands down when it comes to hosting... use coupon code salesoffer to get your first month of hosting for only 1 cent
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  • Profile picture of the author Martin2010
    GoDaddy for buying domains and HostGator for hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author james alonzo
    hostgator for me
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    Also, hostgator technical support is second to none, and I find that the tech support personnel there are pretty knowledgeable and easy to reach over the phone.

    Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author MichaelAppleton
    Without question hostgator. Not only are they cheaper and offer more but they also have an amazing support team for both customer issues and technical.
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    • Profile picture of the author sal64
      B L U E H O S T

      Also, always keep your domains and hosting seperate.

      If you r host collapses,simply upload to a new host and point the domain.

      If both are together and your hosting collapses.. you are royally screwed.
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  • Profile picture of the author HTMweb
    A SimpleMachines gaming forum I help out on is moving off of Bluehost because of the MySQL/PHP process/connection limit. It has roughly the same as Hostgator, only 20. A lot of the sub-$20 a month shared guys do this. Search through their terms of service/help or email and ask to make sure you don't get slapped later. We're going to try out AmeriNOC now.
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  • Profile picture of the author fivestarexec
    Hostgator all the way. I use Godaddy and Namecheap for domains though..
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  • Profile picture of the author bamidele_ba
    Hostgator trumps Godaddy! Go with Hostgator!
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  • Profile picture of the author scortillion
    I register with Godaddy and have hosted with them with never a problem.
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    • Profile picture of the author wordwizard
      Originally Posted by chrisscott View Post

      I just want to share my yesterday's experience with GoDaddy. I've got an error in shared hosting account as I was trying to send email using CDO but unable.

      I submitted a ticket to GoDaddy and their first reply received after just 2 hours but my problem wasn't resolved after few tickets replies they got my no and called me and one of their technical person guided me and I finally be able to resolved my problem.

      I always find GoDaddy's support a top notch so I am satisfied infect more than satisfied with GoDaddy.
      I also find GoDaddy support outstanding -- especially when it comes to domain names, but I still won't use their hosting.

      I worked on a project for a client once where I got an insider's view into how Godaddy hosting works... it's tedious to work with, and it couldn't do a few very basic things (one involving some specific PHP) (even after talking to their friendly support person, who admitted that they weren't set up for that kind of thing), so I moved it to Hostgator and the problem was solved.

      Also... compare the prices on hosting! Especially after the first year ;-)

      And, as Sal pointed out, it's always a VERY bad idea to have domains and hosting in the same place!

      Elisabeth

      P.S.: About GoDaddy's sales sequence when you buy a domain name... Actually, I find it very interesting -- especially the wording! I.e., "activate your domain" must be very tempting to a lot of people -- it implies you have to have that! I think I can learn from them...
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  • Profile picture of the author George Sepich
    like others have said, I would go with namecheap for registration, and hostgator for hosting.

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    • Profile picture of the author Pluton
      I've had some major dealings with Hostgator over the past 10 days or so whilst setting up some additional reseller accounts.

      Nothing was too much trouble for them. I must have had some 15 queries with them regarding my requirements and all were dealt with in a timely manner.

      I would'nt buy domains through them as they are too expensive. Domains I buy through GoDaddy where over several years I have never had a problem
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    • Profile picture of the author Devid Farah
      Absolutely Hostgator for hosting and Godaddy for domain names!
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    • Profile picture of the author smartlazy
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      Anybody else for hosting except Godaddy.

      Anybody else for domains except Hostgator.
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    • Profile picture of the author swillion
      Same here. NameCheap for domain registration and HostGator for web hosting. I'd stay clear of GoDaddy although that's where I started off. Too confusing and too many unwanted up-sells.

      I just read that Hostgator is preparing to open their Domain Registration service called LaunchPad in a couple of weeks. They would have a single control panel to manage domain and hosting configurations with the same quality of customer support. Interesting!

      Here's the email from Hostgator:

      As many of you are aware, we announced that we would be coming out with our very own, integrated domain registration service. It's taken us a little bit longer than we anticipated, but that's because we're wanting to make it right! We are working incredibly hard to bring this to you as soon as we can and we anticipate this being available within the next several weeks (beginning of 2011).
      This new domain registry service is going to allow you to register, transfer and manage your domain names AND your hosting all from within one control panel.
      We are also working around the clock to bring out our own domain registrar, LaunchPad (Watch out GoDaddy!)! We are anticipating LaunchPad's release within the first quarter of 2011. LaunchPad will provide all of the same support and reliability that HostGator customers have come to expect, as well as allowing clients the convenience of registering and managing all of their domains right along side their hosting. We know this is going to be great for us as well as our customers, and we simply can't wait.
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  • Profile picture of the author sbucciarel
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    Godaddy is alright for registering domains but is close to the worst for hosting. Hostgator hands down.
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  • Profile picture of the author Leo McMackin
    GoDaddy have dirt cheap domains at the moment but Hostgator are known for better hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author jeffreyanderson
    I used godaddy when i was first starting out and looking back i can say it absolutely sucks. Avoid them if you want to build a quality business. On the same note, I use bluehost and love it, so can't say hostgator is great, but seems to be from what i see above.

    Hope that helps.
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  • Profile picture of the author corycrabb
    Godaddy for domain buying and hostgator for hosting is the more popular way to go i would think.
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    • Profile picture of the author haley_smith
      cheap domains are available in godaddy. There prizes are quite reasonable compared to other webhost. Never the less you can save if you purchase there.
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  • Profile picture of the author luckofthedraw
    Glad I checked in on this thread. Trying to install a WP blog with GoDaddy took several help tickets and several phone calls for this noob. I'm off to give Hostgator a try. Thanks for the heads-up. And thanks for the coupon codes too.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Manetzke
    I have been using hostgator for the last two years without one problem. I buy domains when I have a go daddy promo code but other than that I use name cheap the majority of the time.


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  • Profile picture of the author CoachJoe
    I have used Bluehost hosting for 18 months, never any problems. Started with GoDaddy but it was a nightmare!
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  • Profile picture of the author digichik
    I have used GoDaddy over 5 years, for both domains and hosting, with no problems and they always have given great customer service and tech support. Since joining here I was thinking about giving Hostgator a try, but GoDaddy's unlimited hosting for $14.99/mo is a better deal than Hostgator offers and I guess I just grown used to them.
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatelabel
    wanted to give heads up, a company in LA omnis has given me an exclusive coupon to get people on board.go to webhostingmasters.com look at spot 4 and click thru but grab the coupon code, it only works if you go thru my special link. Its really really cheap and they are the next big up an comer in hosting. Nice staff and great to work with
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    • Profile picture of the author buddha
      I'm in the same boat as many here. I've used GoDaddy before for hosting and it BLOWS , they are strictly beneficial as a domain collector. Now i am only hosting on HostGator and BlueHost, both are excellent
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  • Profile picture of the author moshecogan2
    Use HostGator.
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  • Profile picture of the author packjack
    I am hosting both Godaddy as well as Hostgator.
    I would never advice anyone to host with GODADDY.. Why?
    Coz..
    Their support is ridiculous.. They just copy/paste replies from their KB. They have no idea about their own servers.
    They will shut your site as soon as you start receiving some good traffic on your site.. This happened with me twice on two different sites..

    So use Hostgator and you will feel better and comfortable..
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  • Profile picture of the author Johnny
    2 thumbs up. Use namecheap for domain, hostgator for web hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author sierraandmo
    I buy my domains at Namecheap and host at HostGator.
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  • Profile picture of the author ValentinJed
    GoDaddy is good at domain registration. Hosting - everything else, but not GoDaddy!
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  • Profile picture of the author Hydroxide
    I have never used HostGator, but based on reviews, it sounds good. I use JustHost coz of it's massive discount I get. (If you wanna know how to get it, PM me)
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  • Profile picture of the author neojr
    What about VPS?
    Does anyone have any suggestions?
    Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author pacesetter007
    I bought domain name with godaddy and host with hostgator. Pretty hassle free ever since.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jackie Regalado
    Hostgator is number in my book, even though I do use GoDaddy to purchase my domains.
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    • Profile picture of the author ak9597
      I definitely would recommend Hostgator and have been using them for years. I tried Godaddy but found their control panel was complicated & time consuming in figuring things out that it was just easier to get a refund & find another hosting. Godaddy is great for purchasing domains but not for hosting.
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  • Profile picture of the author tamalanwar
    If you want a good domain service, go for GoDaddy as they offer most of the domain extensions. They are not cheap. They have domain auction place and when there's a new HOT domain coming, godaddy gets it first.

    But I buy all the domains from NameCheap as they offer the domain in almost half the price. Only bought one domain from GoDaddy (the one in my signature) because it was not there in NameCheap.

    Now if you want hosting, GO AND BUY HOSTGATOR -they are the best.


    I got the pack which offer unlimited domains and hosting space, and pay $10 monthly ($9.95) they have good customer support and they are real tech people who solve problems.

    I have many domains and wordpress sites and server never went down. All those domains and websites for $10 a month -priceless.

    You can read my review for more details on HG: HostGator Review - Read why I recommend this web host as a blogger | BlogKori
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  • Profile picture of the author Eddyzro
    I used to have hosting at godaddy, but I moved to hostgator. Godaddy are good with domains, but not as good with hosting
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    • Profile picture of the author paulie888
      Originally Posted by Eddyzro View Post

      I used to have hosting at godaddy, but I moved to hostgator. Godaddy are good with domains, but not as good with hosting
      Also, it's usually not a good idea to have your domains and website hosted at the same place. It's better to separate the two, if at all possible.
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  • Profile picture of the author Najmi
    I am personally using HostGator
    I pick Hostgator because the service is the best,I repeat THE BEST(for me atleast)
    GoDaddy is a good choice but sometimes the service there is really bad
    I once contacted the support,it took them 7 days to reply(not kidding)
    With HostGator,your account is activated within 10-15 minutes
    Plus,they have a live chat service
    and you could start a hosting plan for just $22
    Hope the info is usefull

    -Najmi-
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  • Profile picture of the author J.M.Wilson
    I host my sites at Hostgator and register domains at Namecheap. I think it's all about personal opinions but I've never had a problem with and recommend the above names sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author seobro
    I bought hosting from hostgator and like their reseller plans, but that is just me. Godaddy is not on my favorites list if you know what we mean.
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