What's the Best Web Host – and the Worst?

2 04 2011

chris.pirillo.com – go.tagjag.com – What Web host have you been happy with, and which one have you been disgusted with?

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2 04 2011
popoman357

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2 04 2011
popoman357

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Every account receives 1500MB space and a whopping 100GB bandwidth, made possible by the unmetered connections our servers utilise. Should your site ever need more than our standard package can offer, we also offer a wide range of upgrade options. Unlike other free webhosts we do support PHP and MySQL with no restrictions. You get full access to the latest version of PHP and MySQL.

2 04 2011
mingledmedia

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2 04 2011
kingleugimdog

lmao was it just me or did he Talk about his problems with Hosts then actually answering the damn question….

2 04 2011
MegaJewKid

This Guy Is Annoying Just another over privileged Brat that doesn’t bother looking in depth for what he wants just because he has had many bad experiences with Web Hosting does not mean there all Bad

I Understand that is his opinion but with that same Token this is my opinion of Him

Don’t Let this Man Defer you from using web hosting sites Iv had several good experiences with web hosting sites just look around

For You People who were wondering why I was watching his video if I disagree wit

2 04 2011
rivernet1

@MrNthDegree thank you for the your insight. It’s refreshing to have an educated reply on this topic. As for our current site, it’s just a “placeholder” of sorts. We do our own hosting now, so all these issues are really not an issue with us any longer. But again, thank you for a very educated reply. 🙂 Happy holidays.

2 04 2011
MrNthDegree

@rivernet1: Also, shared hosts screw people over because they oversell on bandwidth and server processing space to the point where heavy load from more than 3 or 4 sites causes everyone slight issues.

In addition, as webhost staff are generally not MySQL specialists and a lot of software depends on it, you can often be screwed over in terms of database corruption if data integrity is somewhat critical (in any business use) – as backups don’t save data between last backup and corruption……

2 04 2011
MrNthDegree

@rivernet1: Shared webhosting does suck. Imagine you use depreciated PHP features (e.g. register globals or rely on safe mode), those could be removed if they upgrade – and they just don’t care! Even worse, if you use Python for scripting; say they change version without allowing you to access the old version and informting you ahead of time – your site is screwed.

Judging by the site listed on your channel, you’re not the same type of customer that Chris Pirillo is. Keep in mind

2 04 2011
rivernet1

How DARE you say – hosts don’t care if your site is down? Are you just that stupid? I find it aggravating that you sling mud at hosts, yet you promote and accept advertisements from same. Of course you really don’t care since they cut you a check. You’ve been with 10 hosts? We’ve been with 1 since 1990. Why would that be Chris? Maybe because YOU suck as a customer?

2 04 2011
FatCowRebate

jeez…. “no one cares,” really? i like to believe things are a little brighter than that. i’m happy using fatcow, plus I get it for a $1 a month with the fatcow rebate.

2 04 2011
JeffTheComputerGeek

Lmao! That was so funny at the end.

2 04 2011
94mozmoz

supervaluewebs.co.uk is a very good web hoster just send a email to them and they will offer you some great deals

2 04 2011
foxumon

Dreamhost will give you credit towards your next month’s payment if your site goes down, only to a certain amount…but there skins a little in the game.

2 04 2011
Person1873

it’s simple, just pay for a reasonable speed/bandwidth internet connection, configure your router to allow the services you need, load up a server on your home network using linux or mac or windows, whichever you like best and run from there, i do and i think it’s the best way to do it, you’re allready paying for your home internet connection so why not use it to do what you need, you then need to pay for a domain name but same difference

2 04 2011
vocazone

ultrahoster are really good. Haven had any problems with them at all, great support and massive server limits. oh and cheap

2 04 2011
TimTheReaper

@rofferjak ahhhhh, i see what you did there.

2 04 2011
acewii

3000 videos congrats!

2 04 2011
KZBProductionCo

bluesbrotherscentral runs great, so Hostgator 4 d win

2 04 2011
farter1255

I host my own sites on a server that I have hooked to a 1GBps fios connection.. And use hover.com as the Domain reg.

2 04 2011
dononeil

check out lizardhill… they’re skin is in the game, they host their own site on their own servers, when their servers go down, they’re losing money too. It’s cheap too!

2 04 2011
texxs01

Absolutely, every single web host ut there sucks to a degree. some are famous for sucking REALLY badly, like godaddy.com and Gator Hosting.

At least hosting is cheap nowadays.

And yes, switching Web Hosts sucks too…

And no the more you pay the doesn’t mean the better the service, it jst means you pay more.

2 04 2011
rofferjak

Chris is so wasted, he can barley speak.

2 04 2011
lsl70

I host my own sites through the Hostgator reseller program and even have a handful of customers. There’s rarely ever an issue but if there is they can contact me personally and if I can’t figure it out then hostgator web support replies pretty quickly.

2 04 2011
looneymcfly

srsly?? an enema? am I the only one that noticed that at the end of his video?

2 04 2011
RobSnake

the woman is pure like,omg, snow storm talk ¬¬




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