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Thread: How To Economically Maintain A Website?

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    that's the question,how will some1 be able to economically maintain his/her's website??

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    addvertising banners / donation buttom lol

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    what about domains and hosting?

    how be sure u've got the best offer?

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    a job comes to mind.

    this post is guaranteed 100% parrot-free

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    Yeah, it's not that expensive to maintain a website. I use Ipowerweb.
    Costs me $95 a year, and then I use godaddy to register my domain names, depending on what type of domain you want, they charge anywhere from 5 bucks to 10 bucks a years.
    For all five domains I own and the hosting it's only $130 a year. I think that's worth it, just for a good business e-mail alone, its worth it.

    I did allot of searching the net, checking various messages boards, and finally I decided Ipowerweb was the cheapest host I could trust to get the bandwidth I want and the space. 800mbs web space, 40gb bandwidth for 95 a year, well worth it, and they give plenty of e-mails, and various other features, way better than other hosting services I tried to date.
    "Where did he go, George, Where did he go?"


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    Robert00000's Avatar Interweb Fantasist BT Rep: +1
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    I use ipower too, and their service is excellent. When i had probs installing a CGI script i sent it as an email to them, they checked it over and told me where the fault was, even though its not their job to do so.
    Robert00000

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    right but us service is different.here on south america and spain hosting and domain's are different..

    it's a pretty sacry buisness out there,i just use some hostings that offer u free domain name (.com .net .org) in exchange for at least 1000 visitors and a pop-up

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    why not try to get the offer online ? with a credit card .. u'll get best offers with lower prices

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