And though Fat Cow has a money back guarantee, it is only valid for 30 days.The regular rate may actually be one of the more expensive out there; you need to pay for a three year plan to bring the cost down to a comparable rate.They also list “solid and honest business practices” as selling points – as well they should be.
A June 2008 customer satisfaction survey reported a near 90% satisfaction rate.
Continue reading »Host Monster has been around since 1996 and is very proud of their redundant systems and customer support programs.
The company offers a Basic hosting plan and a business hosting plan.
Most customers choose the former even if they are a small to mid-sized business; the business class hosting is most appropriate for larger e-commerce sites and companies.
It offers several different kinds of hosting as well as customized web design services.
The packages are keyed to the type of website customers need, such as Word Press hosting, dedicated hosting, and business class.
Luckily, their site is very informative so you can often learn more about the options offered before you commit to anything.
Continue reading »Lunarpages started in 1998 and grew to become one of the premiere hosting companies in the United States, and possibly the world.
They are also proud to be 100% American and claim to “never outsource” which certainly means more to webmasters located in the United States than elsewhere but could be a strong selling point these days.
The redundant systems allow them to guarantee maximum uptime, which translates to uptime in the 99% range, and means your site should basically never be down due to server issues, traffic spikes, or the like.