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  • Drrugo
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    I think you should check out aspnix hosting services.
    They are able to meet all your needs and they are reliable indeed.

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  • hostingyou
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    Irishcream what's the url, how is going to know it? Also he posted over 30 days ago so I'm sure he found a host by now. Which host did you choose?

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  • Irishcream
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    You know marble host company can be useful for you.
    Check out their plans.

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  • TonnyF
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    Have a look at Oissite.com hosting services.
    They seem to be good for meeting your needs.

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  • alemcherry
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    US based hosting is ideal since your customers are from all over the world - they are cheaper and generally more professional. Take a look at the specialist hosts - Hostgator, ASmallOrange (if you do not like over sellers) etc. cPanel beased hosts are better, since they are most popular and moving from cPanel to cPanel is just a few clicks (to be done by server admin)

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  • siam1
    started a topic Looking for Hosting Solution for my Multi Country Forum

    Looking for Hosting Solution for my Multi Country Forum

    going to Start a forum .

    now i am looking for Hosting Solution

    To start off i am looking at Around $5-10 to start monthly depend on what kinda option do i get like
    IP / control panel / Bandwidth / stable

    Expecting Growth rate about 50 - 100 user monthly .
    Will be placing Ads and so on to improve User sign up.


    and with a good option to Upgrade my forum grow so i do not need to worry about moving .

    MY target User
    Asia / China / USA / Euro / Middle East
    is a international forum

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    please advice .
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