Bod wrote: ". . .do you have experience of GoDaddy"
I started using GoDaddy back in the day when it was owned by Parsons. I used to know his first name but it escapes me now. He built it up to be a premier hosting company. He started out in Iowa as an application developer called, you guessed it, Parsons Software. I had purchased several app packages from him. He sold out all of his software to various companies including "Intuit" and moved to Arizona. There he started GoDaddy. He only sold domains at the beginning and slowly bought servers in order to host web sites. He then started "renting" out dedicated server space. However, just in the past year or two, he sold GoDaddy. They are having a slight rough patched reorganizing. It is still a good Company. That said, I went to look at iPage. They seem to be going out in full force to get business and have great features at a super cost at $7.99. I see that they are trying to get a large number of new clients by reducing it to $1.99, to begin with.
If I may, as much as I have been a GoDaddy patriot, I can recommend going with iPage. If it doesn't work out transferring to GoDaddy will be seamless and as smooth as silk.
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