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I want to use iWeb to make a website, What hosting service should i use?


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i am not a .mac or mobileme member, but want to use iWeb to make a website and have a .com address. I understand that I need to publish the site to a folder, and then use an FTP service to upload the folder to a hosting service, such as GoDaddy.

I have heard horror stories about doing this with GoDaddy. What would be the EASIEST, CHEAPEST, and MOST RELIABLE website to do this through? I'm concerned with EASINESS the most, as I am a complete newbie to web hosting.

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dreamhost.com has good hosting and you can get a good deal on it because you are a member here. Check out the member discounts forum for the code.

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I'd put in another vote for dreamhost. I've been using them for a year now with great success. My page server has only been down once since subscription and that was only for 20 minutes. Would gladly recommend them.

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Just a word of warning if you are thinking about dreamhost. If you use a discount it only applies for a year, after that you have to pay full price.
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I'd recommend little Oak Hosting. Their service is fantastic.

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I believe that you have quite specific content and better get in touch with any company you like
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