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Best Stable Shared Hosting Now?

Hello community, can anyone suggest me a cheap and stable hosting provider who provides better support too.

With StableHost going downhill, what other good webhosts we can pick from?

Cheers!

 

Re: Best Stable Shared Hosting Now?

Reply #1
https://buyshared.net

US locations good for free speech.

Luxembourg location good for no DMCA.

FranTech is parent company that owns both BuyVM and BuyShared. BuyVM is for VPS. BuyShared is for shared hosting. Francisco is the owner a great guy.

https://buyvm.net

https://discord.gg/QGvbkz5

https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/the-neo-nazis-of-the-daily-stormer-wander-the-digital-wilderness

Known for standing up to criticism.

Re: Best Stable Shared Hosting Now?

Reply #2
https://buyshared.net

US locations good for free speech.

Luxembourg location good for no DMCA.

FranTech is parent company that owns both BuyVM and BuyShared. BuyVM is for VPS. BuyShared is for shared hosting. Francisco is the owner a great guy.

https://buyvm.net

https://discord.gg/QGvbkz5

https://www.newyorker.com/tech/annals-of-technology/the-neo-nazis-of-the-daily-stormer-wander-the-digital-wilderness

Known for standing up to criticism.

Thanks, will look into this more, but their only problem is the billing system. They tend to keep it at 1st of every month. And I doubt Fran will listen or make any exception on the billing side for a few dates later.

Also since they are from LET, do you think they can hold production usage? I am sure low usage, but to medium too?

Re: Best Stable Shared Hosting Now?

Reply #3
I don't think shared hosting is good for any production usage with medium to high traffic expected regardless of provider.

It sounds like you should get a small VPS server instead of shared hosting. $15 per month can get you a nice box that will be much faster than shared hosting. You could even run a free lightweight control panel on it if you don't feel comfortable administrating through ssh. https://cyberpanel.net

Do you have a preferred location? Do you need specifc features like accepts crypto, dmca free, or free speech? How much traffic and disk space do you plan on using? I can offer other suggestions if you provide more info.