Preference For Host Excellence Compared To Blue Host

Jul 8, 2008

Does anyone have a preference for Host Excellence compared to Blue Host?

Do you think their basic offers are the same?

This is for just a couple of simple domains and sites to be hosted.

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Blue Host And Host Monster Is Operated By The Same People

Aug 3, 2008

I was with Blue Host and their support and service was pretty bad. Servers going down all the time, and chat support was terrible. Then I moved to Host Monster and received the same kind of service/support. I later then figured out that Blue Host and Host Monster is runned by the same people. For example, I opened up a tech support ticket with Host Monster and then they replied signing their signature with Blue Host. So I got the same service: terrible tech support and servers kept going down. Now I'm looking for a new web hosting. I a few people here gave Host Gator some good reviews. I hope Host Gator is not run be the same people that runs Blue Host and Host Monster.

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Fatcow / AnHosting / Host Excellence / Netfirms / A Small Orange?

Apr 5, 2009

I have short-listed the hosting services I initially liked down to the following:

1. FatCow
2. An Hosting
3. Host Excellence
4. Netfirms
5. StableHost
6. A Small Orange

Which of them would be most suitable for me. I am about to start a small online business: two websites and a couple of blogs.

I am after proven reliability, 24/7 support, no down time and many resources (which most do anyway).

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Blue Host

May 21, 2008

My company is currently setting up a webpage and was recommended to use Blue Host as the hosting server and domain. Has anyone had experiences with them and if so are they any good?

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Dec 16, 2008

I wanted to reach out to WH Talk users and see what there experience with Blue Host has been like. I've heard some good things and some bad things about buying hosting for a blog on there website. I like that they have private domains names and give you unlimited hosting but is it really worth $6.95 per month.

I see a few other hosting companies that charge a little less but don't offer as much. Can anyone share there experience with this hosting service before I make a decision?

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Yahoo! Vs. Blue Host

Dec 10, 2008

I am a hobbyist webmaster wanting to start a third website.

As a newbie, I started my website with Yahoo! Small Business. I didn’t know anything about hosting at that time and their ads captivated me. Also, there was confidence in dealing with a billion dollar company.

A couple of months later, when I started my second website I opted for Blue Host because I saw their ad on Word Press and I thought that anybody endorsed by WP would have to be good.

I am now in a position to compare and what I find is this:Yahoo!Cost$11.95 per monthEmails 250 in 24 hoursAdd-On Domains NilSupport Nil (only email)Fantastico Nil (Limited)Non-domain emailsNot permitted.htaccess Not allowedBlue HostCost $6.95 per monthEmails 500 per hour (12,000 in 24 hours)Add-On Domains UnlimitedSupport 24/7 live chatFantastico FullNon-domain emails Permitted.htaccess Allowed
Yahoo! has had its fair share of downtime (a fortnight ago there was a server 500 error which lasted several hours). Also some months ago some of my files were infected by a javascript virus (though this may have been my fault for uploading files without virus protection).

I am quite happy with BH because I am paying less, get unlimited add-on domains (I added four very easily) and get 24/7 chat support (with Yahoo! you only get an automated email response after 24 - 48 hours!)

It is said that you get what you paid for. I am paying Yahoo! more but what am I getting in return which I am not getting from BH?

Or to put it another way: Why would someone (reasonably instructed) opt for Yahoo! over BH and others?

Is Yahoo! just a rip-off or am I missing something here?

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Apr 11, 2008

I'm configuring a website for a client who has moved their web hosting to downtownhost, but is keeping their email hosting with their current provider. They do not want to configure an MX entry on DTH to autoforward email back to their current provider because they don't want their email to pass through DTH.

In order to do this, do I keep the nameserver entries on the current provider the same, and configure an http redirect to point to DTH? Or is there something else I should configure on the current provider?

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How Important Is The Country The Host Is Based? Host Overseas?

May 21, 2009

I'm wondering if you can tell me something about your experience with a host/server in a different country or overseas.

My webpage will be mostly frequented by Australians.

What do you think is the advantage and the disadvantage of having a host in your own country and having one overseas?

I'm thinking about stability, traffic speed, peak hours in different time zones, customer service, ....

What are your experiences?

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Best Host For A Blog Site- Register With 1&1 And Host With Godaddy

May 27, 2008

with this being my first website goddady's website tonight or there blog site plan seem pretty good as I do not know how to build a professional looking website nor do I have a knowledge of HTML. Are there other hosts that offer better services such as these?

Also I would want to register with 1&1 as to register privately is free but with godaddy it costs around $15 and I've heard of godaddy stealing persons domains when they haven't even expired yet i.e. familyAlbum.com?

Is it allowed for instance to register my domain name with 1&1 and host my site with godaddy?

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Host Gator Or Hawk Host

Jun 16, 2008

If you had to chose either Host Gator or Hawk Host which would you go with and why? Don't bring any other hosts into consideration just compare these two. This would be for a standard website, forum, and a few downloads if it makes a difference...nothing too fancy.

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Dec 12, 2007

I have just made a personal website using photoshop, html, css and php. My site contains an index page, a gallery page with 8 photos, a contact page with a form and an extra page with some quotes. I am planning to use a paid host for the first time. Based on feedbacks from some of my sitepoint friends, I decided to go in for shared hosting. I thought of using Hostdogs.com as they have the option of a monthly billing cycle. I thought that I have the option of changing my host after a month if I am not happy with them. I have also read a lot about Hostgator.com. A lot of sitepoint members seem hooked to it.

1. Can anyone give an opinion as to which host I should go in for? Hostdogs also give a free domain. Is there any reason I should go in for Hostgator instead of Hostdogs?

2. One more question, I have heard that once I have a site running, I can earn money through the advertisements placed on it? How do I place advertisements on my site?

3. One last and very important question is whether it is right to go in for shared hosting at this point of time. I just read this

Quote:

When you look for a suitable host, be sure to check out the amount of bandwidth that will be available to your site. Even a site that doesn't require a great deal of data transfer per month could run slowly if you're hosted on a shared server; particularly if you are on the same server as a more popular or bandwidth-intensive site.
The more sites hosted on a server, the more likely they are to compete with each other for available resources, including bandwidth. This is why you may notice a reduction in server response times during busy periods, or during a sudden peak in traffic at a busier site on a server that you share.

This made me wonder whether I should go in for shared hosting. But then mine is a personal home page which may not have so much of traffic.

4. What does the paragraph below mean? How does one handle ones registration manually?

Self-Management (no cost)
Select this option if you prefer to handle your registration manually.Your web host can establish service with any Top-Level Domain (TLD), international or domestic.

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Dec 31, 2007

I will be setting up a site which uses ASP.NET 1.1. I know versions 3.0/3.5 are available, but they are not yet V2.0 compliant. Anyway thst is not the issue - just context.

Would like your advice as to whether it would be better to host this site with a company who looks as though they are specialising in ASP; such as DiscountASP, or Softsyhosting, or go with a general Windows hoster such as Steadfast, Fluidhosting, or 3Essentials?

I know nothing about ASP, so I don't know whether it is not at all neccessary to have a host specifically knowledgable about it, as I am unlikely to ever have problems with it, OR; I will most certainly have to address ASP issues sometime, so it would be essential to have support who really knows ASP.

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I'm thinking of running some VPS, but I'm having some trouble choosing a suitable system.

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I asked this question before in the past and I still have to ask it: has anyone used both Ubuntu Server Edition and CentOS? I would like to compare both operating system, in terms of speed, performance, security, and stability.

I have decided to build my new server and use Ubuntu Server Edition 64-bit operating system after using CentOS 64-bit operating system for a bit over a year now.

The reason why I have chosen to use Ubuntu Server Edition is because of the operating system's fabulous reputation among desktop PC users, and its large and helpful support community.

Support is what I need most, and Ubuntu seems to have it. I also am not the best with Linux yet, so it will definitely be needed. Ubuntu also seems to update its software faster than other operating systems.

I hope my decision to switch from CentOS 64-bit to Ubuntu Server Edition 64-bit will not be in vain.

Can anyone compare these two 64-bit operating systems and possibly link me to some reviews, comparisons, and/or benchmark results?

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Is there a big difference?

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Heres an example.

You can get:

2GB SATA for $5 & 500MB SCSI for $5, which will you choose?

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The BV forums are dead, the webhosting is up and down like a yoyo, mail is intermittent.

Not just me but fellow users are experiencing the same.

Support tickets are going unanswered (accounts & tech. support).

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I can remember about 6 months or somthing back when rack space would to be around ~580 for 42u but now its at 700 thats with 8amps and no transit.

Bluesquare is known to be a very good and still is a nice alternative than london, however I think now london has become a cheaper alternative, what do you guys and gals think?

Yes I understand the need to charge more as the data centre fills up to capacity, and to pay for BSQ3-4 which are opening soon etc but im just curious about what do people think etc, im not having a moan they do and still do a brilliant service regardless of price.

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Is there anyone out there at the moment who will host asp.net 2.0?

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Would you like support through live chat, phone, or helpdesk?

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