A very common question around here.
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They are not cheap but the service is extremely reliable and I have never had a problem which customer service was unable to solve very quickly.
I use Media Temple -
They also offer FREE 1 click installs for:
Drupal - a CMS
and many other great features...
I use Hasweb.com - for a number of sites. They are an inexpensive linux provider. The Fantastico installer will install many favorite CMS, blogs, galleries, support desktops, discussion boards, e-commerce apps, surveys, guestbooks, wiki's, etc.
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I provide hosting via HostingForAQuid. It's inexpensive hosting ideal for first-time to intermediate users, with a nice control panel and one-click installers for a whole bunch of things, including WordPress, GeekLog, Joomla and lots more.
I like to think my prices are fair and reasonable, I use my own services myself for all of my own websites and client sites, and I'd stake my forum reputation on these claims. :D
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I use Hostway for a couple of my sites (I used them in the past too).
I've found Pair Networks (pair.com) in New Jersey to be extremely reliable and up-to-date with all the usual features. Ace-of-Space (aceofspace.com) in Vancouver is also quite good.
If money is an issue, check out YRHost - Web Hosting, Turnkey Reseller Hosting, Dedicated Servers, Managed Services
I hosted websites with them in the past and never had an issue with them :)
I use ICDsoft
5.95 a month I believe with 20gig of traffic. per month.
I am using BLUEHOST.COM Works fine and they have a a nice control panel that you log in to and operate your site.
I chose it because they have a "one click auto install" for Wordpress, that is the blogging tool I am using.
I have all of my sites (6 or so) with site5.com. They have very competitive pricing, cpanel, etc. as well as a unique feature called 'flashback' which is a backup system a lot like windows' restore feature.
I use (mt) as well. I could be using free hosting, but I'm planing on partnering with them at some point in the future.
They have great service and are the industry standard.
I am also using bluehost.com and have been very happy so far. The control panel is very user friendly and I have not experienced any down-time.
I also use Dreamhost and I'm quit happy with it.
1&1 Internet Inc. - Web Hosting Services and Domain Name Registration, you could do a side by side comparison with other web hosts and you will find them offering more. I have been happy with their offerings...
I use www.godaddy.com because the prices are cheap, 3.99 a month for 5gig of space and 250gig of transfer, and when you sign up for hosting you can register an unlimited number of domains for a year for 1.99, they also have some decent one click installs, including wordpress.
In the past couple of years I had tried at least a half dozen web hosting companies and hadn't been happy with any of them for one reason or another. Then a friend recommended Dreamhost......it got off to a rocky start when there was some problem about setting up my domain properly. But their customer service in dealing with it was beyond amazing--they actually *took responsibility* for the problem, fixed it in a matter of hours and gave me four months of free hosting for my trouble.
Since then Dreamhost has continued to exceed my expectations on a daily basis. They're very reasonably priced but they could triple their prices and I'd stay with them with out question because they're just so good....
Having to switch webhosts is a pain, and I'm glad there's one less thing to worry about on a daily basis. Not that there aren't other good hosting outfits but I haven't personally dealt with any that are even close to Dreamhost...
Add another point dreamhost. I love those guys. I use them for all my hosting. I have tried a few different ones, but then i stumbled on dreamhost's site and have been a very happy customer ever since. Their people really know their stuff, great service, great features, great communication, and aweseome newsletters. Their newletters are funny and informative. I could not be happier with them.
I am using a webhosting on my own server. If you think about a really large web project, I can strongly recommend Layered Technologies (Layered Technologies). They are very kind and have the best server hosting performance/price offers that I have ever found.
I'm using Globat and Thirdsphere and I'm happy with both.I've got some reviews on my blog at Web Hosting Diary
After years of web hosting my colleague and me have starting to offer a new service: a wordpress customized hosting. What do you think about it? Do you think is a good idea? Please let me know.
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I use Hostmonster
I use NearlyFreeSpeech and Amazon S3 for hosting.
NFS will host many types of dynamic content and they have SSH support, ect. It's a high-quality host too IMO, and they won't take your site down unless it violates a law. Domain names there are $7.50 and you can do whatever you want with them.
S3 is cheaper than NFS but can't host dynamic content or anything. So you should probably host all of your images, ect, with them and your scripts with NFS.
Both charge based on your usage. To use MySQL in NFS, you need to buy a MySQL process, which will cost one cent a day.
I'm looking on hosting a blog type website. I was inspired by this very website. I want to do something very similar to what Steve has done.
Anyway, approximately how much space would one need for a extensive blog/article site (like Steve's) and how much traffic would one need. I'm just not sure.
I'm pretty sure that the space wouldn't be an issue since it would be mostly text and a few small images. But how much bandwith would be needed?
Why not get a blog with someone like WordPress, bandwidth will not be an issue and if you want your own domain name you can map it to the blog - Domain Registration and Mapping « WordPress.com
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