Can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive but good webhost?

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  1. anglnwu profile image86
    anglnwuposted 7 years ago

    Can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive but good webhost?

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    Larry Wallposted 7 years ago

    Look around in your local community. There are often several companies that can host a website and your domain address. If you are looking for bells and whistles, the I recommend Go Daddy. It is not terribly expensive, but they have a template base web page building system that is very simple to use, and they have a good support system. They also have a lot of other features you can purchase, but that runs up the price.

    VistaPrinting also hosts websites. The only problem there is that if you acquire your web address through them, you are only renting it and if you want to move it, you have to pay a higher fee. Plus you cannot move the pages. They are also template base.

    At my last job, my IT consultant hosted my web site and I had a webdesigner redesign the site and maintain it for me. I built our original site. But building web pages has gotten more complicated and required more time than I was willing or able to allocate to it.

  3. ChristinS profile image48
    ChristinSposted 7 years ago

    Host Monster does a great job.  They are not expensive and I never have problems with any of my sites going down.  You can get different package levels and they support a lot of cool things like WordPress, Joomla, etc. and have a lot of great tools for checking stats.  I switched to them from Host Gator and I am much happier with them.

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    fordieposted 7 years ago

    I have used hostgator for years and am happy with their services. support has always been there for the few issues arising

  5. LaThing profile image71
    LaThingposted 7 years ago

    I am using Webhostinghub, and Host gator at the moment, don't ask me why I am using both! But Both are good, Web hosting is cheaper with the deals, and their response time is awesome. They will chat with you immediately. Both have great support system.... I do buy my domains from GoDaddy then transfer them to the other hosting platforms. You can get a cheap domain name from GoDaddy, but the hosting is little more then the others.

  6. penlady profile image59
    penladyposted 7 years ago

    Hostgator is the best. Not only are they inexpensive, they also have excellent 24-7 customer service.

  7. viplove09may profile image62
    viplove09mayposted 7 years ago

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    karan1388posted 6 years ago

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