Producing wind power ourselves is udderly impossible, so our company has purchased Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to offset our energy use.
Tss tssB wrote:Thanks, Oliver. Huh, I never noticed this forum server was in Germany; no wonder it can be slow for me.
I'd think so. This server is not hosted at 1&1, thoughB wrote:Coincidentally, of course, 1and1/United Internet is based there as well (though they have data centers elsewhere). With their huge user base, low prices, and bad hosting reputation, I'm getting the impression they're something like the GoDaddy of Europe.
Ouch, for hosting that is usually a drawback indeed.B wrote:Yes we'd be quite low traffic; I looked at NearlyFreeSpeech again yesterday, but they include no e-mail storage at all (at any price) other than simple forwarding. I could always just leave people on their existing ISP e-mail and GMail, but it would be nice to have a slightly more centralized arrangement. (Another drawback is it's not newbie-friendly and I'm the only technical person at the moment.)
Well, I did try one at a German hoster about five years ago and that was still ~15 EUR/month, but it was so sucky I could not use it at all and those b****rds were blocking the transfer of my domains off of them. So I lost in page rank and would never recommend really cheap hosters. You get what you pay forB wrote:Naturally I'd love to have a VPS or dedicated server, but there's nothing like that in this sub-$10 range.
... cows not only have udders ... and I'm sure "wind energy" can be produced from some orificesProducing wind power ourselves is udderly impossible, so our company has purchased Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) to offset our energy use.
And you came here just to tell us that? This is actually a forum about UltraVNC, not about SEO. Don't get me wrong, it's fine to discuss other topics, too ... but your first and only post in this threadjoesmith5040 wrote:My only suggestion is to stay away from yahoo. If you want to do 301 redirects for better SEO, it is NOT possible. you do not have access to .htaccess and the default mysql version was created in 2004 (it's like running windows 95 today). I have a web site, burnscomputers.com, that I moved after creating it at yahoo small business web hosting. I am soooo much happier about fatcow webhosting (not saying fatcow is best, it just worked much better for me as a small business).
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