I think that just about everyone who’s stopped by to read this blog or a couple of my other blogs in the last few weeks knows I’ve been having some serious issues with my current web host.
I’m currently looking for a new web hosting company so that I can perhaps put half the domains/sites I own on the new hosting site to split up my accounts and their load on shared web hosting servers. Hey – it might work – for a while anyway.
Having said that I’ve been taking a serious look at a number of web hosting companies. FusedNetwork.com is said to have Quality Web Hosting. Let’s see what they have to offer shall we?
They have four different shared hosting accounts. Shared hosting is when your account is placed on the same server as a number of other accounts. Shared hosting is pretty much all that the average individual website owner or blogger needs if their site has low to moderate traffic levels.
Each shared hosting account offered by FusedNetwork offers a certain amount of diskspace to store your files, a certain amount of transfer (this tallies how much traffic your site can have per month), e-mail accounts, subdomains, MySQL databases, and FTP accounts. The amounts of each of the above varies with each account.
For example, the hosting packages are numbered, #1 offers a website owner 1024 mb of diskspace, 10GB transfer, 100 email accounts, 25 subdomains, 3 MySQL databases and 10 FTP accounts for the low cost of $9.95 per month or $107.46 per year. The highest priced shared account, #4 offers all of the above but in larger amounts for the price of $19.95 per month or $215.46 per year.
Setup is absolutely free for all of the shared accounts.
The shared hosting packages come with all of the standard extras which include C-panel for easy management of your account, directories and domains, web stat packages, script support such as PHP, and mail packages.
FusedNetwork doesn’t seem to offer Virtual Private Hosting (VPS) but they do offer 3 different Dedicated server packages that range in price from $200 to $400 per month.
The company seems dedicated to offering quality service and support.
One thing I like to find when I’m looking at a hosting company is a forum. You can learn a lot by reading a hosting forum prior to purchasing an account. You can also ask pre-sale questions on a forum as well if you have any concerns that haven’t been answered on the sites pages.
Visited FusedNetwork.com and see which package might suite your needs if you’ve been looking for your first or a new web host.