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10-30-06, 08:45 PM
this is more spammy than useful.
Hey Matt, can we get a sticky about what the Useful Resources forum is really for?
10-30-06, 09:16 PM
Ditto... I wouldn't even think this would be a useful place to spam as the only people browsing these forums would be potential competitors not customers :)
Not that I would spam in the first place, because as a customer it's a major turn-off - why would I think its good for my business if I refuse to buy from companies who do it?
This fella spams all sorts of forums. I've run into him before.
Not to bad pricing though. Looks like he only has one server.
Never base hosting on price alone. 'cheap != good'
10-31-06, 05:43 PM
Cheap does = Crap.
Ive learnt that the cheaper you go the less customers you are going to get. He is probably a re-seller as he only has one server. Re-sellers offer unlimited just about anything but disk space and bandwidth.
10-31-06, 08:32 PM
Cheap doesn't always mean bad.
10-31-06, 09:03 PM
you get what you pay for....
11-01-06, 11:21 AM
I agree wholeheartedly.
11-01-06, 01:37 PM
noob trying to make a few extra $$$ to pay for a video game....lol
There are two types of cheap hosting:
Stupid cheap and competitively cheap.
Stupidly cheap is the kind of package you buy off ebay or a host using some shitty template offering unlimited webspace and bw and support on his magically unlimited hardrives for $0.50/year.
Competitively are hosts that have found a way to keep their costs low, are able to exploit economies of scale (the more you buy the cheaper it gets) and can genuinely price their hosting at say $3/month or something for a basic package.
Its all down to how the host communicates with their client.
In proper english with properly addressed e-mails or "I sell you gig hosting send western money transfer" :P
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