Bad Web Hosting Companies - How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off

Bad Web Hosting Companies – How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off


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Scott explains what a bad host is and, how to save money when purchasing a service. He also explains the pitfalls of believing what you read online. This video will give you a global perspective and help you find the best hosting service for your web project.

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11 thoughts on “Bad Web Hosting Companies – How To Avoid Getting Ripped Off

  1. Thanks for sharing this info! I'm new to all this as I'm wanting to start a business through Big Cartel which led me to research domain names and if I even need one etc… I don't know what this means, if anything, but I was on domainr looking into names and I finally found one that was available. Great right! Well within minutes the site said "buy now" where before it said "available" next to my newly created domain. Any thoughts? I found that strange but what do I know . Should I not use those name creating sites to find a name because once I do a lurker is going to come along a buy it before I get the chance?? Any advice would be helpful. Thanks in advance!

  2. Scott, thanks for sharing the video. Just what I was looking for. Do keep on putting up videos like these, for newbies like me. 🙂

    I wish you could tell the best hosting places. I tried a few and you are accurate in your frustration. We surely share that.

    Also, I am from India, and just a few people here are not great with English. Others speak well 😛

    Cheers!

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