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Hostgator Review

Hostgator is one of the most popular and trusted web hosting provider in the world, company is founded in year 2002 and since then it is serving thousands of satisfied customers. Hostgator is partnering with Softlayer and utilizing Softlayer datacenters which guarantee top notch connectivity and high quality hardware. I think that main reason for popularity of this web hosting provider is mainly because stability, low downtime and excellent support. Hosting Packages Literally you can find any web hosting package that you need for your web project, the available web hosting options are: shared hosting, VPS hosting, Reseller Hosting and of course dedicated servers. Both Linux and Windows operating systems are available too. Linux Shared Hosting Hatchling Plan Single Domain UNLIMITED Disk Space UNLIMITED Bandwidth Shared SSL Certificate Baby Plan UNLIMITED Domains UNLIMITED Disk Space UNLIMITED Bandwidth Shared SSL Certificate Business Plan UNLIMITED Domains UNLIMITED Disk Space UNLIMITED Bandwidth FREE Private SSL & IP FREE Toll Free Number Windows Shared Hosting Personal Plan Single Domain UNLIMITED Disk Space UNLIMITED Bandwidth Shared SSL Certificate Enterprise Plan 5 Domains UNLIMITED Disk Space UNLIMITED Bandwidth FREE Private SSL & IP NOTE! Unlimited space and bandwidth doesn't technically exists, however Hostgator supply enough space and...
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1and1 Hosting Review

1and1 is one of the largest shared hosting companies in the world. They're also one of the most controversial. In a comparison with large hosting companies, they're usually ranked nearer to the bottom of the heap than the top. Is it justified? This is my hosting company. I have used them for 5 years, even since my previous host had all their servers crash on the same day and I had to find someone else to go to. It costs me $6.99 a month for my package, which has to be paid every six months. That's their middle level, and what it gets me is unlimited webspace and traffic, 1 free domain (which you'll probably find useless based on how they give it to you), 25 MySQL databases, and I can create up to 500 email accounts, each one up to 2GB of space. They also offer either Microsoft or Linux packages. In the five years I've used them, I've only had two problems. One, which was irritating, kept me from being able to consistently access my websites for about 3 weeks. The other was having my email being considered as spam by my home ISP. The first issue was a...
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