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How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?

I'm looking for an asp.net webhost to use, not looking for anything particularly fancy, just something to test some stuff.

It will need to support sql databses...

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Can you tell more about the specs you want? –  Meligy Dec 26 '11 at 4:15
    
hmm.. submitted a generic answer for now. –  Meligy Dec 26 '11 at 4:27
    
@MohamedMeligy just need one domain and unlimited sql databases, so long as it runs as expected it should be fine. –  meds Dec 26 '11 at 5:17
    
I think it's hard to get unlimited SQL databases under shared hosting (if only scoped to good hosting companies). Maybe reseller hosting. –  Meligy Dec 26 '11 at 5:37
    
Generally, plans for shared hosting are 1-5 DB per account, with various storage limits as well for total databases. –  Meligy Dec 26 '11 at 5:37

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Some of the good hosting companies in the Microsoft space:

Just to mention a few ...

You can look for special offers and customize filter per requirements you want in the host from:
microsoft.com/web/hosting

Update:

The best plans to find special web hosting offers in general is Web Hosting Talk forums. Check Shared Hosting Offers and Reseller Hosting Offers, or write a new post with your requirements in the general Windows Hosting section.

If you want unlimited SQL DBs, maybe think about VPS as well. If for VPS, SoftSys Hosting is the best one in the affordable VPS space.

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+softsys - i have a windows vps with them for $39/month. amazing bandwidth. great service. –  Doug Dec 26 '11 at 7:28

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