John Andrews is a Competitive Webmaster and Search Engine Optimization Consultant in Seattle, Washington. This is John Andrews blog on issues of interest to the SEO community and competitive webmasters. Want to know more?

johnon.com  Competitive Web & SEO

Web Hosting Information - from the gut

Update 7/21/2006: I am now recommending BlueHost for hosting. Check it out.

From the first read, I like Daw’s blog. I will go back and read more, especially as he writes more on public relations, from his perspective as an independent web host. I’m guessing he works for BlueHost:

To provide good service means to have a reliable network and to use expensive equipment. Most newcomers however can not afford to buy RAID 5 server from IBM, DELL, HP or any other popular producer. Powerful machine costs at least $2500. If someone invested in state-of-the-art data center and/or servers they will definitely not offer “web hosting for less than $5/month”.

A refreshing reminder of what kind of Internet world we are living in right now. I also am watching Mark Heaton, on BlueHost’s blog. He’s an entrepreneur in hosting, spends $70,000 per month with GoDaddy, is is moving 125,000 domains off of GoDaddy right now because of their failure to provide good customer service. That’s the spirit.

★★ Click to share this article:   Digg this     Create a del.icio.us Bookmark     Add to Newsvine

No Responses to “Web Hosting Information - from the gut”

No comments yet

Leave a Reply: All comments with embedded links will be placed into moderation. All SPAM is reported.