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July 8th, 2011, 02:06 PM
aarafko's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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I used to have my website with ifp3 - Advanced Photography Websites - Home which was a good host and everything, however (to me) it seems a little expensive. I've been paying over $30 a month and I haven't gotten one sale off of it. I would like to move my website to a more visit, see samples, learn about what I do, and have questions and comments left/answered. Do any of you wonderful mommies have any suggestions for a new host. I currently have my domain name paid and accounted for, so it would need to be a place that I can transfer. Suggestions?

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July 12th, 2011, 09:31 AM
krsnow's Avatar Super Mommy
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I would use GoDaddy. It's just a basic host and wouldn't advertise for you like the photography host you have, but it is way cheaper. You would have to build your own website though using a program like front page or dreamweaver. I use GoDaddy for my artist website and it's somewhere around $80.00 per year and I know you can transfer domains there. It was a little hard at first to figure things out, and I am pretty technical. So just be prepared to read the help guides, and their tech support is very helpful but it is not a toll free number so you would be calling long distance. If you have a high school or college kid in your family, they might be able to help you with the technical parts.

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February 8th, 2012, 12:39 AM
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I would advise you to go for Godaddy or Hostgator.
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