Cheaper way to start a website

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Hi guys,
So I decided to get my own website. I've blogging with blogger.com but I dont think its a good idea anymore since I am planning to get into some hard core affiliate marketing.
Can you give me some cheaper alternatives to set up my .com website ?
Thank you guys. !!
#cheaper #start #website
  • Profile picture of the author Ross Cohen
    Namecheap for domain, Hostgator for hosting, in my opinion. That'll run you less than $10 for the domain for the year (some times there are like $2 domain coupons), and Hostgator is around $5-ish per month.
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  • Profile picture of the author lotsofsnow
    You can always get free hosting.

    One that I have tried in the past is http://www.000webhost.com/.
    Not saying that they are extremely good but good enough to play around for a while.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kingfish85
    Hope this helps you out!

    Network Solutions $2.95 domain name
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  • Profile picture of the author doshmachine
    Hostzil.la will give you free hosting and wordpress to start - you just need the domain and your off. Also you can get a free autoresponder like mail chimp so you're ready to build a campaign just for the price of the domain name.
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  • Profile picture of the author trilogy9013
    I would go with more proven hosting (hostgator, bluehost, etc). It is relatively cheap ($8 / month roughly) and have excellent customer service if you ever need help. In my opinion, they are just safer
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  • Profile picture of the author paul_1
    A little caution with free hosting providers: 1. Some of them may suddenly disappear, together with your website, if they can't maintain their service due... 2. Their paid upgrades could be higher than regular host providers...
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  • Profile picture of the author buffyslayer
    Thanks for ideas !! I am planning to go with namecheap.com for domain name. Can you suggest websites which provide cheap annual plans for hosting? Like its a big hassle and also expensive if I choose to go with monthly plan.
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    • Profile picture of the author shakir
      Originally Posted by buffyslayer View Post

      Thanks for ideas !! I am planning to go with namecheap.com for domain name. Can you suggest websites which provide cheap annual plans for hosting? Like its a big hassle and also expensive if I choose to go with monthly plan.
      Go to godaddy website and select the chepest Linux plan... less than 5$/month
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  • Profile picture of the author DannyDisco
    search the web for godaddy and namecheap coupons. I'm pretty sure there are a few $1.49 - $2.99 domain coupons out there right now
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  • Profile picture of the author Miraclem
    Just find freehosts, and add your domain name, that's the cheapest way to go.
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