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this topicis about get some solution for my web site hosting. I have done a little research about it.
Here is what I have found justhost.com as paid solution or host1free.com as free web hosting solution any reviews about those companies?
Here is my question to you:
1. What is difference between free and paid hosting?
2. Are those companies known well and are they reliable?

Thanks for your reviews.

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Dude, there's no free lunch. If you use free web hosting such as webs.com it will not benefit in your SEO campaign. If you are serious in your business, get a hosting with Hostgator.

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The first distinction is the price. Free webhosting allows owners of a website to receive visitors behind a website completely free of charge. There are no payments involved in loading of files for their server. There are no payments, involved to hold a website accepted on a server during long time. Paid webhosting services on the other hand collect a small payment for owners of a website to receive visitors behind their website.

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Will suggest paid hosting if you wanna benefits and reliability of hosting.Free hosting is not of any worth.Get services with hostgator.com they are best hosting providers.

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Dude there are many hosting companies..... If you find hosgator expensive.... Choose hostso.com, I am with them for a year and yet found no problems.... Well if you want to host video sharing then it is of no use.... For general web hosting hostso.com is best: They offer these services;
1) $1 /month hosting
2) 200GB Diskspace
3) 1000GB bandwidth
4) 4 parked domains
5) 10 MYSQL databases
6) 10 e-mail accounts
7) free fantastico web scripts
8) 24/7 online support....

Hope it will help you......

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