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Old 3rd August 2006, 06:58
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Hey guys, I'm looking for some advice. I've looked into this hosting company, they even got ranked #5 on this review site ( http://www.hosting-buyers-guide.com/re/2005ipowerweb/ ).

I'm building a site that's gonna have alot of pictures and video, so I'll need alot of space and speed, so has anyone used this host before?

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Old 4th August 2006, 12:45
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I've always run my own servers, so I can't give any recommendations. But if you think your web site will become big and popular, you should maybe get a dedicated server instead of a hosting package.
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Falko makes a good point, if you know it's going to be popular, then you should get a dedicated server. I would recommend looking into godaddy.com. They're best registrar, and I wouldn't find anything against their hosting really. Pretty cheap. They offer shared, virtual dedi, and dedicated.
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