The company's entry-point pricing is extremely low, and while this will buy you up to three years of very low-cost hosting, do be aware that its post-promotion price will increase substantially, putting its subsequent year pricing more in line with the rest of its competitors. That said, we liked its 24/7 phone customer support, SSD support on some plans, and 30-day money-back guarantee.
Typically, we recommend opting for an email-friendly web host, though some larger companies may prefer to separate their email and web hosting needs. We understand not everyone needs both web hosting and email hosting, so while the majority of this article outlines the best-bang-for-your-buck combo packages, we’ll start with the top hosts for email and hosting, respectively.
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Having worked w small businesses to setup their websites and email since 1996, the transition to emails NOT being part of hosting has been gradual but necessary. I think I’ve experienced every issue you mentioned over the years. The toughest part has been convincing small business owners to invest money to get email regularly instead of dealing w developing issues from “free” hosting based email. Even email has evolved. I am relieved to no longer be viewed as an ad hoc IT person. The complexity of accessing email with mobile devices finally put the nail in coffin.
Glad I found this post. We’ve been having some email trouble with our web host. We love our host, but it doesn’t look good for a tech support company to have issues with their own email. Getting an email from a client saying their emails to you bounced, is not a good thing! I’m looking forward to solving the problem once and for all. 🙂 I’m just glad we caught the problem before it gets out of hand.
Since 2009, FatCow has been committed to purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to offset its use of electricity; this year, the company will purchase enough RECs to offset its use of electricity by 200%. FatCow's commitment to the environment will prevent 999 metric tons of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere, this year alone; that's equivalent to planting 213 acres of trees or taking 196 cars off the road!