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Thread: OT: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

  1. #1
    Charles Edmonds
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    Default Re: OT: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    On Sat, 30 Dec 2006 11:15:15 -0500, Steven Shelton wrote:

    > I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    > will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    > but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    > down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.


    After we left Page-Zone.com a couple of months ago (when the big downhill
    slide started) we moved to Dewahost ( www.dewahost.com ).

    It is like night vs day.

    They do have a reseller program (not listed on the front page of the
    website - but on a products pages IIRC).

    The main thing is that they have super fast servers, are distributed into
    multiple data centers and have the best support I have ever seen.

    Plus they will even migrate your old CPanel stuff for you from Page-Zone.


    I'd recommend them without hesitation.


    Charles


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  2. #2
    Grant
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    Default Re: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    I have been useing www.hostmysite.com and love tthem. Allways someone
    there that speaks english and they do not outsource there tech support.
    "Steven Shelton" <steven@TwilightMD.com> wrote in message
    news:en638l$ivs2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    > will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    > but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    > down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.
    >
    > I tried Dreamhost but it appears that while I can resell my space, I
    > can't rebrand the control panels, nor can I allow my customers to manage
    > their own mysql databases without also giving them the ability to create
    > domains on their own (something I obviously don't want to allow).
    >
    > So here's what I'm looking for in a host:
    >
    > - Ability to resell and brand the control panel (preferably cPanel)
    > - Ability for my clients to manage their own email, FTP, and database
    > settings
    > - PHP (both 4 and 5, since some of the scripts used don't seem to work
    > with 5)
    > - ASP
    > - MySQL
    > - PHPMyAdmin
    > - Ability for clients to create and restore their own backups
    >
    > Options that I would REALLY like but don't have to have:
    > - Discussion lists
    > - Fantastico (or another one-click installer)
    > - Spam filters
    > - web mail
    >
    > Anyone got a recommendation?
    >
    > --
    > Steven Shelton
    > Twilight Media & Design
    > www.TwilightMD.com
    > www.GLOAMING.us




  3. #3
    Steven Shelton
    Guest

    Default OT: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.

    I tried Dreamhost but it appears that while I can resell my space, I
    can't rebrand the control panels, nor can I allow my customers to manage
    their own mysql databases without also giving them the ability to create
    domains on their own (something I obviously don't want to allow).

    So here's what I'm looking for in a host:

    - Ability to resell and brand the control panel (preferably cPanel)
    - Ability for my clients to manage their own email, FTP, and database
    settings
    - PHP (both 4 and 5, since some of the scripts used don't seem to work
    with 5)
    - ASP
    - MySQL
    - PHPMyAdmin
    - Ability for clients to create and restore their own backups

    Options that I would REALLY like but don't have to have:
    - Discussion lists
    - Fantastico (or another one-click installer)
    - Spam filters
    - web mail

    Anyone got a recommendation?

    --
    Steven Shelton
    Twilight Media & Design
    www.TwilightMD.com
    www.GLOAMING.us

  4. #4
    Linda Gerfen
    Guest

    Default Re: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    I use Site5 and have been quite content with them.

    Linda

    "Steven Shelton" <steven@TwilightMD.com> wrote in message
    news:en638l$ivs2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    > will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    > but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    > down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.
    >
    > I tried Dreamhost but it appears that while I can resell my space, I
    > can't rebrand the control panels, nor can I allow my customers to manage
    > their own mysql databases without also giving them the ability to create
    > domains on their own (something I obviously don't want to allow).
    >
    > So here's what I'm looking for in a host:
    >
    > - Ability to resell and brand the control panel (preferably cPanel)
    > - Ability for my clients to manage their own email, FTP, and database
    > settings
    > - PHP (both 4 and 5, since some of the scripts used don't seem to work
    > with 5)
    > - ASP
    > - MySQL
    > - PHPMyAdmin
    > - Ability for clients to create and restore their own backups
    >
    > Options that I would REALLY like but don't have to have:
    > - Discussion lists
    > - Fantastico (or another one-click installer)
    > - Spam filters
    > - web mail
    >
    > Anyone got a recommendation?
    >
    > --
    > Steven Shelton
    > Twilight Media & Design
    > www.TwilightMD.com
    > www.GLOAMING.us




  5. #5
    Dana K Cassell
    Guest

    Default Re: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    Since Digitalhost.net took over a crappy host I was with, I have been very
    pleased. They are exceptionally responsive. And they do have a C-Panel.

    Dana


    "Steven Shelton" <steven@TwilightMD.com> wrote in message
    news:en638l$ivs2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    > will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    > but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    > down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.
    >
    > I tried Dreamhost but it appears that while I can resell my space, I
    > can't rebrand the control panels, nor can I allow my customers to manage
    > their own mysql databases without also giving them the ability to create
    > domains on their own (something I obviously don't want to allow).
    >
    > So here's what I'm looking for in a host:
    >
    > - Ability to resell and brand the control panel (preferably cPanel)
    > - Ability for my clients to manage their own email, FTP, and database
    > settings
    > - PHP (both 4 and 5, since some of the scripts used don't seem to work
    > with 5)
    > - ASP
    > - MySQL
    > - PHPMyAdmin
    > - Ability for clients to create and restore their own backups
    >
    > Options that I would REALLY like but don't have to have:
    > - Discussion lists
    > - Fantastico (or another one-click installer)
    > - Spam filters
    > - web mail
    >
    > Anyone got a recommendation?
    >
    > --
    > Steven Shelton
    > Twilight Media & Design
    > www.TwilightMD.com
    > www.GLOAMING.us
    >






  6. #6
    the other Chuck
    Guest

    Default Re: Can someone recommend a good host provider?

    I Steve,

    Take a look at Kwikhosting. http://www.kwikhosting.com/reseller.html
    I believe they are located in Canada. Have what you want and I've been
    very happy with the level of service provided. Scott Campbell is the man in
    charge if you want to e-mail them.

    the Other Chuck



    "Steven Shelton" <steven@TwilightMD.com> wrote in message
    news:en638l$ivs2@flsun90netnews01.netobjects.com.. .
    >I seem to be finding myself on the market for a good host provider that
    > will allow me to do reselling. I've been with Page-Zone.com for years,
    > but in the last six months they've gone to crap and my sites have been
    > down more than they've been up and I am getting minimal support.
    >
    > I tried Dreamhost but it appears that while I can resell my space, I
    > can't rebrand the control panels, nor can I allow my customers to manage
    > their own mysql databases without also giving them the ability to create
    > domains on their own (something I obviously don't want to allow).
    >
    > So here's what I'm looking for in a host:
    >
    > - Ability to resell and brand the control panel (preferably cPanel)
    > - Ability for my clients to manage their own email, FTP, and database
    > settings
    > - PHP (both 4 and 5, since some of the scripts used don't seem to work
    > with 5)
    > - ASP
    > - MySQL
    > - PHPMyAdmin
    > - Ability for clients to create and restore their own backups
    >
    > Options that I would REALLY like but don't have to have:
    > - Discussion lists
    > - Fantastico (or another one-click installer)
    > - Spam filters
    > - web mail
    >
    > Anyone got a recommendation?
    >
    > --
    > Steven Shelton
    > Twilight Media & Design
    > www.TwilightMD.com
    > www.GLOAMING.us




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    I think Dreamhost does a fine job on this. Probably might be a good idea to check their site for promotions.

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