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I have a hostgator hosting account (among others) never realized it had no limits on mysql.
Thanks guys...the reminder that HostGator didnt have that restriction was all I needed.
I have a couple of hosting accounts and had maxed out my GoDaddy mSQL database limit as it was the first hosting I ever got.
Its just rough to scan through all the agreements, i got a much quicker and useful response here.
bluehost and hostgator are not related, but bluehost and hostmonster are.
Many of the top hosts are just resellers of the planet hosting anyway
there are very few things less suggestible than trying out an unknown or "just starting out" web hosting service
I hope no one is caught by your ruse..i saw your site its filled with code errors, you are rank amateurs (its down right now) start the spam campaign AFTER you have n actual site developed word to the wise
I've always been scared of cheap host. Cheap in price I mean. Like all things, you get what you pay for. Your host is your most valuable asset you have for your website.
It's your home, your whole online storage and presence. Hosting is the last thing you want to try to save money on. I use ATCI hosting but no, they are not cheap. They are great however.
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