Hostgator Cyber Tuesday Deal

Hostgator are offering some great deals over Cyber Monday weekend

They are also sprinkling in 75% OFF Flash Sales plus $2.99 on select domains throughout the whole sale. Yes, you read that right!

CYBER TUESDAY DEALS:

Click here for the Hostgator Cyber Tuesday Deal

Inmotion Hosting Cyber Week Deals

InMotion Hosting are now my #1 Recommended Webhost (I used to recommend Hostnine beut their service went to s**t after they were bought out earlier this year).

Anyway, InMotion just launched their Cyber Week deals today. Deals will be active on the InMotion Hosting website from 12:01 AM PT, Nov. 28th to 11:59 PM PT, Dec. 2nd.  Here are the deals being promoted:

  • Business/Shared Hosting. Plans starting as low as $2.95/mo. Lowest prices of the year!
  • VPS Hosting. Announcing upgraded plans with more storage, more bandwidth and more IP addresses. Best value VPS in the market!
  • Reseller Hosting. Their most popular plan R-2000S, starting at a low price of $13.99/mo (my

Hostgator are offering some great deals over Cyber Monday weekend

They are also sprinkling in 75% OFF Flash Sales plus $2.99 on select domains throughout the whole sale. Yes, you read that right!

CYBER MONDAY DEALS:

Click here for the Hostgator Cyber Monday Deal

Hostgator Cyber Weekend Deal

Hostgator are offering some great deals over Cyber Monday weekend

They are also sprinkling in 75% OFF Flash Sales plus $2.99 on select domains throughout the whole sale. Yes, you read that right!

CYBER WEEKEND DEALS:

Click here for the Hostgator Cyber Weekend Deal

Bluehost Black Friday Deal

Today, Black Friday, Only: Save 60% on Bluehost hosting fees.

You can get a shared hosting plan that costs just $2.65 per month (on a 36-month plan).

Bluehost have a solid reputation as a reliable, long-standing webhost and are well suited to hosting WordPress sites. …

HostGator are having a massive sale today (September 19th) for Talk Like a Pirate Day. They are offering all new Hosting orders at 44.44% off and new Domains at $5. With the savings you can get a shared hosting package for as low as $2.76/month! The sale starts September 19th at 12:00 AM CDT and ends September 19th at 11:59 PM CDT.

The 44.44% discount works on all new hosting orders, including VPS and Dedicated Servers!

Please note that all promotional pricing applies to the first invoice of new orders. So the biggest savings will be made if you buy annual (or longer) hosting plans rather than a monthly plan (where the …

Offer extended till August 31st!

The Hostgator 30% off coupons have been extremely popular. Many of you have asked for them to be extended. As of today, the coupons are extended until August 31st. Use coupon code: WB30PERCENTOFF

The longer the hosting plan you order, the more you save, so this coupon is best used on plans where you pay annually.

Click this link to save 30% (or click the image to the right) and enter this coupon code: WB30PERCENTOFF

Webhosting Disaster

Update Nov 20th: PayPal found in my favor and refunded the hosting fees I’d paid to Heroehost. However, Heroehost didn’t restore access to my accounts as a result. There was a brief window when I had access to Internet Marketing Deals and I was able to download an old backup from Heroehost. When I tried to rebuild the site, I found that some of the database tables were corrupted or damaged and couldn’t get the site back up. The blog you’re now reading is now hosted with ServInt.


I had a disaster strike two weekends ago.

I have 17 WordPress websites hosted with Heroehost, which include this blog and Internet Marketing Deals

If you bought my SiteBuilder Elite website authoring package, you’ll know that I recommend Hostgator as a webhost. Why them and not GoDaddy who are a huge brand in the web hosting business?

Well, first off, I have used both hosting platforms so I have good experience of both. For me, however, GoDaddy is all about making people aware of their brand and not providing an end product that’s good enough. It’s a classic example of style over substance.

So why have I come to this conclusion?