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How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?

Can anybody recommend some quality ASP.NET hosting providers that allow you to multiple domains without making you use a "reseller" account or purchase multiple accounts. I really only need email accounts for one of the domains.

I'm looking for something about $20 to $45 USD.

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I use Godaddy And the second tier hosting allows you to host multiple domains.

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what do you mean by second tier? It looks like they only allow you 200MB MSSQL Database size... is that right? –  tyndall Jan 25 '09 at 2:53
    
Godaddy has the 200mb database size yes. But the second tier web hosting plan allows for an unlimited amount of domain hosting. as well as unlimited sub domains.( I imagine its not really unlimited, but that is what the advertise) –  Aaron Fischer Jan 25 '09 at 18:53

Mosso; their basic plan is $100, I think, and you can create unlimited ASP, ASP.NET, PHP, Perl, and RoR sites on their cloud.

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You can host your site just for $1.99 per month. This was the cheapest hosting service I had found and also I haven't faced any issues after hosting my site there. I have hosted 2 domains there.

http://www.godaddy.com

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I have a Windows VPS with http://vpsland.com/. It's $25/month and you can have as many sites as you can fit on the 10GB of disk space.

It's not running Plesk or whatever so you need to be a little familiar with IIS and Server 2003.

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