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mainaman

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Hi,
guys I am thinking of starting a website for my razor restorations and honing service. I am. however, not sure what the good web hosts are, I would appreciate any advice from the members that have their own sites.

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tgraypots

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I am now using a real simple solution, posterous.com. I have used bunches of different hosts, registrars, formats and html programs over the last 19 years, and have come to a point where simple works best for me. They handle the hosting and everything in one place, and you can post online as well as via e-mail. Mark Bittman uses it too. twgray.net is my posterous site. Also, although more complicated, squarespace.com is one of the most capable hosts/wysiwygs, and I have tomgraypottery.com on there. I'm sure you'll get a lot of responses..............
 

mainaman

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thanks for the suggestions, are you familiar with ipage?

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mr drinky

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I have tried squarespace a couple of times and like it. It is easy to set up, looks good but also a bit spendy and when I tinkered with it a couple of years ago, the commercial features were limited.

I use WordPress for my sites, so I chose one that made it easier to upload and handle wordpress. Right now I use BlueHost. They are reasonably priced, easy for wordpress, and I think I can host 5 sites with my hosting. Happy so far.

I haven't tried posterous.com, but I might check it out.
 

hien

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i use bluehost for personal... and imhosted for bussiness awhile back.

if you have the money, and need really reliable, Media Temple is great.
 
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