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    Hosting Files

    I've been trying to find a good, free place to host files, but to no luck.

    I've gone to about page 30 on Google.

    If any one knows of a good place let me know.

    --Scotty
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    I hope I posted this in the right spot... ops...

    For an Admin, and Mod of a few forums, and websites I'm doing pretty bad... Don't tell any one...
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    Last edited by srobot; 06-15-2007 at 01:39 PM.
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    Re: Hosting Files

    Who hosts your site?

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    Re: Hosting Files

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    Who hosts your site?
    I'm not looking to host my site, just robot related files, code etc.

    The hosting provider for my site will not let me upload any type of files I want (maybe it is time to change my host).

    --Scotty

    BTW - Did you get the form I filled out about a month ago, to be an the affiliate?
    Last edited by srobot; 06-15-2007 at 03:53 PM.
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    Re: Hosting Files

    I had a feeling that you were wanting misc. files hosted. That's why I asked who your host was

    Screw them if your host doesn't allow you to upload anything you want!!! Get a different host, Scotty, without a doubt!

    I like GoDaddy.com's business model. Plus, they're pretty damn competitive in pricing:

    http://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/default.asp

    BTW, I don't get any of those affiliate forms. I'd email either Matt or Jen about it and see what's up.

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    Re: Hosting Files

    I'm now thinking about using An Hosting. Let me know what you think.

    http://www.anhosting.com

    --Scotty

    PS - I am talking about using their $6.95 plan.
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    Re: Hosting Files

    It almost sounds too good to be true. I'd research them a bit. I'm no expert in web hosting, so take what I say lightly, but I've never heard of them b4.

    The first place I'd start is CNet, because they claim to have awards from them.

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    Re: Hosting Files

    Quote Originally Posted by Alex View Post
    It almost sounds too good to be true. I'd research them a bit. I'm no expert in web hosting, so take what I say lightly, but I've never heard of them b4.

    The first place I'd start is CNet, because they claim to have awards from them.
    Hmm, 3 stars from CNet...
    http://www.anhosting.com/awards.php

    I found out about An Hosting from WordPress.org, so I'm thinking there good, but then again maybe they get lots of money from linking to them.

    The idea of them being too good to be true crossed my mind too.

    I will let you guys know if I turn up any thing else.

    --Scotty
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