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Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for smallbusiness



 
 
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Old December 12th 06, 03:06 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Allan Gould
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for smallbusiness

Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration
and hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should include:
- domain registration (.co.uk)
- website hosting
- e-mail address forwarding
- some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
forms
- ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their connection).

I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk

TIA
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Old December 12th 06, 03:14 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Styx
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration forsmallbusiness

Allan Gould wrote:
Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration
and hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should
include:
- domain registration (.co.uk)
- website hosting
- e-mail address forwarding
- some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
forms
- ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their
connection).

I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk

TIA


www.hostroute.com
www.nameroute.com

Not the cheapest, but I like them.
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Old December 12th 06, 03:25 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Krustov
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business

alt.internet.providers.uk
Allan Gould
Tue, 12 Dec 2006 15:06:41 +0000


Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration
and hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should include:
- domain registration (.co.uk)
- website hosting
- e-mail address forwarding
- some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
forms
- ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their connection).

I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk


Hostroute web hosting is well worth a look , For the most part its got a
good rep and has been in business for years .

Although usually its a good idea to register the domain with somewhere
like 123reg and just change the nameservers when/if you ever change web
hosting companys .


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(work in progress)
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Old December 12th 06, 05:13 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Stephen Wray
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business


"Allan Gould" wrote in message
...
Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration and
hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should include:
- domain registration (.co.uk)
- website hosting
- e-mail address forwarding
- some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
forms
- ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their
connection).

I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk

TIA


I've never had problems with fasthosts.co.uk.

Recently wanted to change domain from webforwarding to a hosting account
which had become free as a domain & site that I used to look after now
managed by someone else, dropped them an e-mail one evening and they called
me back at 8.40pm to talk me through it. Have proper 24 hour support.

Stephen


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Old December 12th 06, 05:53 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Joker7
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business




"Allan Gould" wrote in message
...
: Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration
: and hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should
include:
: - domain registration (.co.uk)
: - website hosting
: - e-mail address forwarding
: - some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
: forms
: - ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
: restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their
connection).
:
: I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
: alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
: http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk
:
: TIA

I have used the following for a couple of years now with out any real
problem
http://host.kick-butt.co.uk I have sites hosted on paid and free accounts.

Chris


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Old December 12th 06, 05:53 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Joker7
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business




"Allan Gould" wrote in message
...
: Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration
: and hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should
include:
: - domain registration (.co.uk)
: - website hosting
: - e-mail address forwarding
: - some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
: forms
: - ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
: restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their
connection).
:
: I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
: alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
: http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk
:
: TIA

I have used the following for a couple of years now with out any real
problem
http://host.kick-butt.co.uk I have sites hosted on paid and free accounts.

Chris


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Old December 12th 06, 06:09 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Tx2
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business

In article , lid
says...

Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide...


I'd say Hostroute/Nameroute depending on your requirements, or
alternatively, Liquidsix.
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Old December 12th 06, 08:35 PM posted to uk.telecom.broadband,alt.internet.providers.uk
Henry Hooray
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Default Recommendation for website hosting & domain registration for small business

"Allan Gould" wrote in message
...
Please could anyone recommend a company that will provide registration and
hosting for a small website for a new small business. It should include:
- domain registration (.co.uk)
- website hosting
- e-mail address forwarding
- some access to cgi or forms (or equivalent): simple stuff e.g. contact
forms
- ftp access not restricted to providers own connection (e.g. Pusnet
restrict ftp access on some of their accounts only across their
connection).

I'm currently using P(l)usnet for a couple of sites and am looking for
alternatives. I've seen http://www.gradwell.com/ and
http://www.1and1.co.uk/ get recommendations in alt.internet.providers.uk

TIA


And here's another vote for Hostroute - I have been totally happy with them,
and more than satisfied with their customer service.

Henry.


 




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