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Jul 15

I think iPage is one of those of those web hosts that I don't talk about near enough; in fact, in my honest opinion iPage is probably one of the best web hosting companies.  I have noticed a trend recently that the number of people signing up for web hosting at ipage has been increasing and I think this is for a few reasons:

iPage traffic has drastically increased.

First, I accredit iPage's success to their great support.  The web hosting provider is truly ranking at the top when it comes to answering your questions.  You can get support in many different ways: by phone, live chat, ticket, helpdesk, or email by e-mail.  Basically iPage utilizes every type of tech support available to ensure that you get fast and helpful support.

Secondly, I would accredit iPage's growth to their amazing pricing structure and for all the bonuses they will give you when you sign up.  Check this out, if you use our exclusive iPage $3.50 promo link, you can get unlimited bandwidth, unlimited disk space, free site-builder tools, free advertising credits, and much more!

And finally I think iPage has been growing in popularity simply be word of mouth, when you offer as much as iPage is offer at such a low price, odds are people (like me) are going to tell others about your service.  Word-of-mouth is always the best promotion and I am happy to spread the word about this great host.

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Jul 13

I just wanted to let you guys know that I have removed the MDDHosting Review from AlreadyHosting.  I cannot go into details; however, due to pending litigation with MDDHosting I have decided to remove the review.

Since MangoOrange and AlreadyHosting are closely related I felt it was appropriate to let everyone know that we have removed the review.

As always, if you are looking for web hosting I would suggest that you go with Hostmonster or Bluehost:

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Jun 24

If you are looking for dedicated web hosting or any type of web hosting in general, I would highly suggest that you look at Burst !  Recently I acquired 110mb, one of the web's largest free web hosting providers.  110mb is a HUGE site, we have over a million visitors per day that hit our servers, with that being said we must have reliable servers.   Over the past few weeks I have closely been monitoring all 12 of our servers and have seen many servers go down; however, we have 3 servers that have not gone down the entire time that we have owned the site, and these three servers are hosted with BURSTNET .

This company offers VERY affordable dedicated hosting plans and I would feel comfortable referring anyone to this hosting provider.  I just wanted to write a short note to tell you how much I have appreciated this dedicated web hosting provider.  Be sure to click our link below to head strait to BurstNET.

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Jun 20

Those of you who have read my posts know how much that I like the web hosting providers Bluehost and Hostmonster.  I honestly think that these two hosts give users the most bang for their buck and I am always referring friends to these hosts.  Many people that I talk to about these hosts seem very interested but are concerned because they have a website with another host and don't want to lose any files.

If you are in the same shoes I think you will be very interested in knowing that switching web hosts is actually very easy thanks to Cpanel.  Hostmonster and Bluehost both use CPANEL (most do) and CPANEL has a "backup" option that allows you to backup entire websites, including databases.  Use this tool and create your site's backup, sign up for web hosting with Hostmonster or Bluehost, go to backup and click "restore backup"... This will upload all the files from your old host and you will be up and running again, with a better host ;) .

This process is so easy with Cpanel... So there are no reasons to worry about switching hosts...

written by mangoorange

Jun 08

Buying web hosting and building a website are just the first few steps of starting a successful online business; in fact, many people over look the fact that you need to market your website once you build it.   One of the best ways to market your website & increase conversions on your newly built website is add video's to your website.  Google has mentioned before that it love's interactive websites that are helpful to those who visit the site and many believe that adding videos to your site can also help increase Google rankings.

To show you what I mean, today we will have a "mini case-study" and we will look at three different guitar websites, two that have videos on their site and one that does not.

First, I want to focus on a website that gives guitar lessons for beginners.  This is a good example of using a video to sell a product. Halfway down the website you can see a video that discusses a product that teaches how to be a guitarist.  There are many sites that offer products; however, simply adding a video (like this site did) can drastically increase conversions.

An even better example of using a video on a website would be this site that I found about blues guitar lessons .  This website has a very clean website design with a nice video on the top fold of the site.   NOTICE, this video is not too long, but very affective... I am confident that this video drastically increases conversions for the Blues site.

Now after looking at the good, we must look at the ugly... Take a look at Guitarlessons, this site not only has a terrible website design (in my opinion) but will likely never convert on a sale.

Simply adding a video on your website will not only improve your users overall experience but it will also help your conversions.   So, if you have already bought web hosting, I would suggest designing your page in a way that incorporates a video.   If you have not already purchased web hosting, you can do so at AlreadyHosting.

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