Bigrock vs. GoDaddy vs. Hostgator

wrcloebfan

New member
Hey guys,
Sorry moderators as I'm asking about the hosting providers other then gigarank but as I'm working on a big project I was looking for fulltime paid hosting and these 3 are in my toplist from what I've gathered from internet, I need some help, which according to you guys will be a better option Bigrock, GoDaddy or Hostgator?

Thank You !
 

dxverm

New member
I don't know if you know this but GigaRank.net offers "fulltime paid hosting" and they are some pretty good rates, you can check them out by clicking the cheap hosting link in the navigation above or Click Here
 

Genesis

Administrator
I wouldn't choose any of the three. GoDaddy is TOO big. Heard bad reports about Hostgator, but again maybe in the same class as GoDaddy, just TOO big for me. I'd imagine Bigrock must be the same since it's big. But haven't heard of it before.

I'd go with Chris if you want paid for sure.
 

wrcloebfan

New member
Yeah but the thing is for taking paid hosting from gigarank I'll have to pay from credit card which I don't have on the other hand those websites I mentioned have there office in my country too so I can pay using my debit card which is more convenient for me :)
 

whsecurity

New member
You can use paypal with your debit card (if it is allowed in your country) and use the paid service from gigarank. I can confirm that they are great.
 

Genesis

Administrator
There is also something like a prepaid Visa Card - are they available where you are wrcloebfan, as they are in most countries. You buy a disposable prepaid Visa card of X value. I've got a couple or more of the disposable prepaid visa cards from Canada, and one that I can top up in the UAE. They work great.
 

wrcloebfan

New member
whsecurity said:
You can use paypal with your debit card (if it is allowed in your country) and use the paid service from gigarank. I can confirm that they are great.

Yeah I know they are great I've been member of DJB's previous free hosting projects and have hosted my sites on it and talking about paypal then the problem is same according to some rules in my country we can sell products using paypal but unfortunately can't buy them :cry:
 

ha_97

New member
I tried godaddy some time ago.
It is just too slow.
Therefore, I am looking for some hosting that allow me to have a trial period.
gigarank 10 post limit is a good way to block the spammer. But takes me much time.
 

Genesis

Administrator
ha_97 said:
I tried godaddy some time ago.
It is just too slow.
Therefore, I am looking for some hosting that allow me to have a trial period.
gigarank 10 post limit is a good way to block the spammer. But takes me much time.
Sorry ha_97, we won't be changing this policy. If post for host is not your thing, this is obviously not the right place to be.
 

SilverKenn

New member
never used godaddy, they're one of the worst hosting I have ever encounter.

I've also work with hostgator and Bigrock for my client's server and they seems fine to me.
 

weblogic

Banned
Boss if you buy a server from anywhere then i have not to say anything..

Did you hear about BLUEHOST they are really nice and their customercare support is really nice............



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Vinayd97

New member
well actually HostGator really sucks... so meny bad reviews.
If you really want a good hosting try to go for VPS, otherwise try GigaRank or BlueHost, they have good plans with free domain. :D
 

darkenedskies

New member
wrcloebfan said:
Hey guys,
Sorry moderators as I'm asking about the hosting providers other then gigarank but as I'm working on a big project I was looking for fulltime paid hosting and these 3 are in my toplist from what I've gathered from internet, I need some help, which according to you guys will be a better option Bigrock, GoDaddy or Hostgator?

Thank You !

GoDaddy. Better support and friendly staff. They are even willing to show you how to rank your site. So, I would go with GoDaddy.

If you don't mind, what kind of project are you working on?
 

Genesis

Administrator
darkenedskies said:
wrcloebfan said:
Hey guys,
Sorry moderators as I'm asking about the hosting providers other then gigarank but as I'm working on a big project I was looking for fulltime paid hosting and these 3 are in my toplist from what I've gathered from internet, I need some help, which according to you guys will be a better option Bigrock, GoDaddy or Hostgator?

Thank You !

GoDaddy. Better support and friendly staff. They are even willing to show you how to rank your site. So, I would go with GoDaddy.

If you don't mind, what kind of project are you working on?
I doubt he'll reply as he has been inactive for a while, however if you're interested he was planning an ecommerce project:

http://www.gigarocket.net/forum/thread-1407-post-11264.html#pid11264
 

vishaltesla

New member
Go daddy is best and No.1 web hosting and domain provider
In go daddy many payment option for all country
easy and fast service
 

rockforlife

New member
For the record, I have bluehost and have had them for many years. I'm looking for a new host once my current year is up. The last 2 help requests responses were way too long and my site speed has slowed down significantly. Up until this year I would have suggested them without question.. but recently things have gone downhill in my eyes.
 

sky103

New member
I don't know about Bigrock. Hostgator are popular, but not mean it's good. GoDaddy is the very worst hosting provider. :bad: