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Innohosting mallowhost or anybody else
|Posted by my2k, 04-12-2010, 11:34 PM|
I want to get reseller service and have narrowed my search to these two now i would like to know that which one should I choose if i go price and specification then mallowhost suits me but inno provides direct end user support. So I am really confused.
If you guys can help me it will be very much appreciated.
or if you can recommend any other provider
price is a factor but not that much (can go for 100-250 per year) but if they provide end user support then it will be most advatangeous.
specifications doesnt matter that much but should be reasonable according to price, location close to australia in US.
I already own a VPS but dont want to put load on it more and since it is semi-managed I dont want to rouble my host much.
In short a reseller that provide fastest support and has high reliability.
|Posted by Dustin B Cisneros, 04-13-2010, 12:20 AM|
|Ive heard some great thing's about Inno Hosting not really heard good or bad about Mellowhost. You can search for review's for both of them though what is the spec's your looking for as in disk space and Bw?
|Posted by jeremyhaber, 04-13-2010, 01:31 AM|
|Mellowhost is decent in my experience. They are pretty quick with support issues I find and I have never had any server errors. Before signing up for Mellowhost I considered innohost for the same reason. End user support, it could come in handy...
Personally though I would rather deal directly with my customers then a 3rd party host. This is completely up to you.
I ended up going for Mellowhost because I did not need end user support. They also met my requirements for hosting.
Good luck in your search.
Last edited by jeremyhaber; 04-13-2010 at 01:35 AM.
|Posted by agustan, 04-13-2010, 02:33 AM|
|If you really need them to support your clients/customers directly, then you can go with InnoHosting
I myself was going to sign up for InnoHosting's reseller plan, but then changed my mind and signed up with HostGator instead, because of the differences for the disk space/bandwidth specs. Also I don't really need my hosting provider to support my local customers directly - I'll do it.
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