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How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?

My plan is to deploy a web site based on Asp.net + MS SQL server. I am not familiar with the windows web hosting market. Can anyone provide some suggestion? Thanks a lot.

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go through http://www.sectorlink.com/

or http://www.godaddy.com/

I 'm using them .. there service is excellent.

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You happy with Godaddy? Many say the servers are overloaded and support is slow. Different experience? I was considering their VPS but a bit worried. – Meligy at GuruStop.NET Oct 25 '11 at 6:14

hostrivers.com is very good WINDOWS and PHP hosting provider with reasonable price with hot deals time to time

I am already using.......

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Also 24hr good features and support with chat and phone – VarinderPal Singh Jun 28 '11 at 4:40
Thanks, but a little bit expensive. – Frankel Jun 28 '11 at 5:41
This is 18$ / year for Windows hosting. – VarinderPal Singh Jun 28 '11 at 5:48
oops, i saw the 499$/year one. I'll check it again. – Frankel Jun 28 '11 at 6:19

Have a look at VPS.net, and get your own dedicated server. You can get started as low as $1/day or $20/month. No contracts or minimum time, cancel anytime you want - And you are billed by the minute.

Another nice thing with VPS.net, is that you can scale your server if you want to. Just add more nodes (additional costs), and instantly get more processing power, ram, disk space and bandwidth.

Have a look at it, http://www.vps.net/product/cloud-servers.

They also have Windows images. And if it don't work for you just stop using, and pay for the time used.

I'm not affiliated with VPS.net in any way, haven't tried them, but would sure give them a go if my self-managed server at work breaks down.

I have tried (mt) MediaTemple, their (dv) product. And was somewhat happy with them, but the response time from USA to Denmark was a deal-breaker.

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