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  • who does Vbulletin recommend to host a website?

    I've read where some host site arent Vbulletin friendly.Also one thats been around a while and is dependable !!
    I will be looking for a host for a site of about 100 members....nothing fancy !!

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    www.vizaweb.com is very good I hardly ever have any problems with them. Their support is awesome too.

    Also they have great prices
    http://helpmegetamac.net/blackapple.gif MacBook Pro 15.4" Core2Duo 2.33GHz.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by soimcrazy
      I've read where some host site arent Vbulletin friendly.Also one thats been around a while and is dependable !!
      I will be looking for a host for a site of about 100 members....nothing fancy !!
      I've had a forum hosted with www.F5hosting.com for several years now. Excellent service and great uptime. If they have a plan that fits your needs, I'd suggest giving them some consideration.
      :cool:

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Curtis H.
        I've had a forum hosted with www.F5hosting.com for several years now. Excellent service and great uptime. If they have a plan that fits your needs, I'd suggest giving them some consideration.
        I also host Synergy my site with them and as stated above they are great.
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        • #5
          My forum has about 840 members and receives about 100 visitors per day. I'm currently hosted on hostdime.com and my members frequently complain that they receive 'server busy' messages.

          My question is, is my forum getting too large for a shared host or is my host just crap?

          Thanks

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          • #6
            with 100 visitors a day? You hosting is crap. I use xserverdev.com they are good.

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            • #7
              ive been with www.imbri.com for a couple years now and they rock-fast server, great, friendly customer support, and cheap hosting plans i'm on one of their resller plans right now and i'd recommend them to anyone.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by mattyk72
                My forum has about 840 members and receives about 100 visitors per day. I'm currently hosted on hostdime.com and my members frequently complain that they receive 'server busy' messages.

                My question is, is my forum getting too large for a shared host or is my host just crap?

                Thanks
                No, should be fine on shared.. how many posts

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                • #9
                  Many of us here on vB.com use a company called A Small Orange - who have proven to be very reliable and efficient, with top class customer service. You may want to check them out.l
                  John

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Starsurfer
                    with 100 visitors a day? You hosting is crap. I use xserverdev.com they are good.
                    Please try to refrain from calling names.

                    Note that a hosting company might not be bad at all. Perhaps the simult. connections setting is set low, like 25 or 50, or 100 (default) and a request to the hosting company to raise it with 50% or 100% could fix the issue.

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                    • #11
                      I use www.imagelinkusa.net and they are superb. They also welcome vBulletin customers and won't start complaining about it hogging resources.

                      In the event that someone on a shared plan outgrows the server, they will simply write to you rather than switching your site off as so many seem to these days. I am still on a shared plan with them....server load is rarely above one.
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                      • #12
                        How Much space do I need

                        How do I decide on how much space I need.

                        I am planning to setup a new forum. How can I plan for it.

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                        • #13
                          My 20k+ members forum is hosted at webair.com and there dc in New York.

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                          • #14
                            Im with www.duportonline.com been with them for bout 6 months I think. And my forum currently has 400+ members and I had no problems with support, downtime and also transferring my databases.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Curtis H.
                              I've had a forum hosted with www.F5hosting.com for several years now. Excellent service and great uptime. If they have a plan that fits your needs, I'd suggest giving them some consideration.
                              I've been looking at f5, looks great and i'm almost 99%sure i'm going to go with f5.

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