host on freeservers.com is good plan?

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lately I see page http://freeservers.com/
it`s good hosting?
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It is one of the best free hosting option that i know however you dont have to wait a performance of a paid host from any of those free host.
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You would probaly be better off with a paid host.
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hmm, freeservers: 12mb Space, 0.5gb bandwith features: hardly any.

hmm... 100webspace.com: 100mb space, 1gb bandwith, NO ads, PHP, Mysql, unlimited subdomains, AND htaccess!


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Neither are giving you much ... then again beggars can't be choosy.

micky3210 wrote:
hmm, freeservers: 12mb Space, 0.5gb bandwith features: hardly any.

hmm... 100webspace.com: 100mb space, 1gb bandwith, NO ads, PHP, Mysql, unlimited subdomains, AND htaccess!


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All thank free hosting is good for generally is the space.
Store files and there and forget it. You don't have the freedom and service you get from a paid hosting.
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i used to scour freehosting forums, looking for free hosting ... but its really not that practical :S ...

when push comes to shove, u can barely upload a photo (freeservers file size limit :: 250kb) :P

go with paid hosting :) ... i did :D
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If it's for a business I would suggest paid.
Also when you pay, you can bitch about issues.
When it's free you can bitch, but they have no real incentive
to fix your problem.

If you are looking to simply put a personal site up, then I guess the free would be ok, but remember "you get what you pay for"
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LOL so true :D
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Do they have banner ads on your pages? If they do that will certainly not create a professional image. If you want your own domain name, email@yourdomain.com, and stuff like cgi or PHP a free host is probably not a good idea. There are more than one sompany where you get hosting included with your domain name, e.g. catalog.com (25mb) and ourselves (500mb).

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Free hosting !!


We will be glad to provide free web space to you if you have over 1000 daily page view website.

You can contact us to talk about the space you want and ..

Email: <DELETED>
MSN ID: <DELETED>
ICQ ID: <DELETED>


kind regards

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<Flexing new Mod muscles>

You will no doubt note in the above, contact information has been removed.
This is a blatant and shameful plug, and to the best of my knowledge, not permitted.

"Free with 1000 daily page view..." Yeah. Tell them about qualified page views, and the number of actual visits that will guarantee your "Free" status, and your opportunity for 'free' hosting rapidly declines.

Perhaps I should have locked the thread, but I am not one to censor folks. I suppose there are newbies out there who would like to test their burgeoning skills without spending a great deal of money -- hence the free host providers sound like a good deal.

I would be more inclined, if I were one of these newbies, to find myself a 'geek', have them install linux or FreeBSD (my fav) on a box for me along with Apache and all the extras. The cost is negligible compared to how much you will actually learn -- not to mention you will have the power at your fingertips to change the very way in which you gain knowledge. Knowledge you can then use to your advantage when you are ready to purchase hosting.

But hey, that's me.

So the net-net is, no more plugs, and stay in school. :)

Cheers.

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