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GoDaddy vs. Yahoo
GoDaddy and Yahoo are a couple of the top web hosting companies. This article has a GoDaddy review, a Yahoo web hosting review, and offers a comparison of GoDaddy vs. Yahoo. Keep reading for more information on GoDaddy versus Yahoo!
As an ecommerce business, you need to have good Web hosting. You do not want your business Web site to crash while customers are visiting. And, while you can get free Web hosting – or even really cheap Web hosting – in a number of places, the bottom line is that you often get what you pay for. If you want something that is a little more high quality, you might want to consider paid shared hosting that costs a little bit more. Both GoDaddy and Yahoo offer quality Web hosting services. You may pay a little more, but reliability is often higher, and you can feel comfortable knowing that you are getting good service.
GoDaddy is a relative newcomer in the Web hosting game. What GoDaddy is most known for are its rock-bottom domain names. These domain names can be had for as little as $0.89 per year, depending on the type of name you are looking for. However, there are even Web hosting packages that start at $4.24 per month (with a three year commitment). However, GoDaddy offers limited space and databases, as well as limits email accounts. You so get a hosting connection, and you have only 50 applications available. GoDaddy provides plans for Windows and for Linux, and provides high-value add-on applications. You do have to pay for your own domain name, and there are low-cost SSL certificates available (for as little as $29.99 per year). GoDaddy also offers AdSense, Microsoft adCenter Credit and even Facebook credit when you sign up.
Even with the features and add-ons, as well as a state of the art physical facility, GoDaddy is still just a tad high in the price category. However, GoDaddy is considered high quality, and for some, it is worth a little extra to get better service and features.
Yahoo is one of the premier search engine companies, and is well-known as a technology company. It comes as a surprise to many people that Yahoo also offers Web hosting. If you are ready for serious help in making your business Web site look professional, Yahoo can be the place to go. It's a little pricier than what you will find at GoDaddy and with other Web hosts, but Yahoo offers integrated ecommerce Web hosting. For $39.95 per month, you get a catalog of 50,000 products, tools for building a store, customized check-out pages, a merchant account for online credit transactions, tools for management and more. There are a number of store and shopping cart tools available with Yahoo. Regular Web hosting can be had for as little as $7.46 per month. However, it is important to note that this is an introductory price. After a few months, Yahoo Web hosting goes up to $9.95 per month. Regular Web hosting from Yahoo includes email accounts, design tools, unlimited disk space and data transfer and 24/7 customer service.
In the end, you are probably okay with either GoDaddy or Yahoo. Bosth offer a variety of features and add-ons that can enhance your Web site and provide you with what you need. Additionally, both of these Web hosts are considered to be of reasonably high quality and security. You will pay more for these hosts, but there are other compensations for paying the price. If you are looking for more information about Web hosts that cost less, you can check 100best-free-web-space.com.
What you choose ultimately depends on your needs as a business. No business is exactly the same, and you should find a Web host that can address your individual requirements.
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