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Website Hosting Options
This is just a few, but you are going in the right direction.
HostGator: This is the host I use, I started elsewhere and after tons of issues, I switched. I haven’t had any major issues, their customer service is awesome. I can call with a problem and if they don’t walk me through fixing it, they do it for me. HostGator is a world leading provider of shared, reseller and dedicated web hosting. Privately held and based in Houston, Texas with a full in-house support team of over 150 industry veterans. Customers are not required to sign up for any contract longer than month to month service. We have no setup fees on any of our plans and because of this you will see some of the highest conversion ratios in the industry.
Go Daddy: You can get hosting for anywhere from $1 to $29.99 a month. I don’t know a whole lot about go daddy, but I do know there are quite o few bloggers who uses it and I haven’t heard anything bad about it.
Yahoo: Now, I really don’t know anything about this one, the price however is really good. You can get hosting for as little as $1.95 a month.
BlueHost: Is another that I hear other bloggers saying they use, I don’t think I have heard any negative.