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Domain name and web hosting advice

Discussion in 'Computers and Gaming' started by Rikki, Apr 1, 2014.

  1. Toble

    Toble Well-Known Forumite

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    Wer're off the point here.... Gimme your money!
     
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  2. The Stafford Beast

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    My smallest hosting option has a maximum of 1,000 email accounts...

    ...just saying :P
     
  3. wmrcomputers

    wmrcomputers Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist

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    Rikki's probably laughing away at us bidding for his custom when he's already gone elsewhere ;)
     
  4. Rikki

    Rikki Well-Known Forumite

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    I've not done anything about it yet. Been sorting out all the other things I need to first. Will register the domain name I want in the next week and probably just set up a single page with basic info on it for now. I am going to be needing something better but have decided it's not a priority.
     
  5. Toble

    Toble Well-Known Forumite

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    Yeah, I can do that. But to set all those up with unique passwords, well, I'd have to hire some minions.
     
  6. wmrcomputers

    wmrcomputers Stafford PC & laptop repair specialist

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    We bred our own - it's cheaper ;)
     
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  7. SharkBait

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    I'm not going to make a recommendation as there's enough here already.

    But I'd avoid 1&1, 123-reg and GoDaddy.

    With web hosting, to a degree, what you pay for you get. For a simple HTML site it possibly doesn't matter how old/slow/over subscribed the servers are.

    And quality shared hosting is better than a poor quality "VPS" (your own virtualised server).
     
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