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TMDhosting review

TMD Hosting has very humble beginnings in Texas in 2007. That has not stopped the company from growing very fast in this short history. By 2013, the company had over 60,000 customers and had datacenters located in Chicago, Elk Grove, Phoenix, Houston and Amsterdam making them one of the first truly global US based Hosting companies. Their main focus is good customer service as evidenced with the…


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Arvixe review

Arvixe may earn have the hardest name in the web hosting industry, but they are evidently making a huge mark. Arvixe has founded in 2003 and has quickly become a class act within the hosting industry. Located in San Luis Obispo, Ca. The company has over the years won bounteous awards than any other web-hosting company in its short history. It was recognized in 2012 as the fastest growing private…


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HostMetro review

Hostmetro is the latest breed of extremely low cost web hosting companies that have recently come to the fore. They state in their mission statement that they plan to provide high-performance hosting services that are reliable and responsive to customer concerns. While still very young company in the hosting business, they have invested over one million dollars in their state of the art data…


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HostGator review

This is one of if not the most recognized name in the world of shared hosting. In fact, it is unlikely to find anyone who’s been involved in hosting websites that have never had an account at one time with Hostgator. Started in 2002 by Brent Oxley, Hostgator has grown from one man college dorm room company to one of the largest hosting companies in the world. It has become extremely fast during…


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HostPapa review

Started in Oakville, ON, Canada in 2006, HostPapa is one of the first hosting companies to market their services as an environmentally friendly hosting service provider. Started by the CEO Jamie Opalchuk, Hostpapa.com is not afraid to promote the various green initiatives it has undertaken. In one of its most controversial promotions, in 2011, they offered to give a free domain name and 3 months…


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