iPage Web Hosting Sale: $1/Month For the First Year


iPage Web Hosting Sale $1/Month

 

iPage just announced a limited time offer which delivers a comprehensive web hosting solution to support your personal or professional website for just $1/month during the first year.

 

If you prefer, pay just $.99 in month 1 and then $5/month for the remainder of the year on a month-to-month basis rather than paying the entire year upfront – the choice is yours.

 

This is one of the best web hosting deals on the Internet and will only be available until tomorrow. To learn more, read the iPage web hosting review and visit our top 10 hosting list or expanded comparison chart.

1 Click Software Installation: Which Web Hosting Services Use Softaculous?


Softaculous Script Installer

When it comes to auto install software, Fantastico has been the industry standard for the past few years. But now there’s a new option in town – Softaculous – that has been creating quite a buzz. Practically overnight, Softaculous has become the auto installer of choice with web developers everywhere. Why? It allows web owners to install some of their favorite website software with simply one-click of a button!

 

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Which Web Hosting Service Can Transfer my Website with Little to No Downtime?

Transfer a Website with no Downtime

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.

 

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