At some point, you may choose to change web hosting services. Whether you want to save money, your website requires more bandwidth, or you simply want to take advantage of advanced features and services, there are a number of smart and practical reasons for making the switch to a different hosting provider.
However, like many, you may be reluctant to switch web hosting services for fear of downtime. Downtime occurs when a website goes offline or becomes unavailable for a period of time as a result of a network or transmission failure. If you are using your website to operate your business, accept payments, drive sales, or build brand awareness, I think you will agree that time is money, and downtime can often wind up being very costly for a website.
Webhostinghub has just announced new contract pricing terms for its reliable and popular shared web hosting service. Two and three year contracts can now be purchased for $1.95/month during the first three months and then $3.99/month for the remainder of the plan.
Webhostinghub has been at the top of the BigHosts Top Ten Web Hosting list for the past two years because of its strong combination of features and price. In addition, it belongs to the Inmotion family of web hosting companies which gives it a solid financial background.
BigHosts.com is one of the only places where you’ll find this special price (feel free to search Google) and our staff has been informed that this offer will not last. So learn more about Webhostinghub by reading our complete review and compare it against other top hosting companies in the expanded comparison chart.
HostGator is having a special web hosting promotion through the end of February on all shared, reseller and dedicated hosting plans. Just visit HostGator and enter the promotion code “FEB35″ while selecting your domain during the order process (see below):
This means you can get basic hosting with the Hatchling shared web hosting plan for as little as $3.22/month on a 3 year contract. If you prefer a shorter time frame, the 35% discount applies there as well.