Re: [podcasters] Shared hosting?
- I've been using ClickCaster (http://www.clickcaster.com/) for the last few
months to host my podcast files. ClickCaster provides unlimited storage and
unlimited bandwidth for free. Right now, ClickCaster doesn't insert
advertisements into the shows that it hosts. This may change in the future,
but there haven't been any official announcements stating so. You can use
ClickCaster on the back end, but you have to link back to the ClickCaster
site, per their terms of service. (You can see examples of how I do it at
my website http://www.hypernonsense.com/) Then, I use GoDaddy to host my
main website. I pay less than $10.00/month for hosting, and so far,
everything's been OK.
I'm sure, however, that if you searched around enough places, you'd find
plenty of pro and con reviews for most web hosting companies.
On 11/1/06, michael dean <kittyfeet70@...> wrote:
> Howdy, all!
> I was asking on here recently about DreamHost, and people said "They're
> good, but they're shared hosting."
> I believe the current host I'm overpaying for is shared hosting also. It
> doesn't say they are, but it doesn't say dedicated either. (And dedicated
> costs more than $30 a month.)
> Anyone who knows more about this wanna take a look and let me know?:
> I'd be thankful.
> Can anyone see any reason (other than 50 bucks set-up cost) not to ditch
> AdultHost and move over to DreamHost?
> Thank you,
> Michael W. Dean
> --"Clone The Homeless" podcast
> --"Submission and Coffee with Dollie Llama" podcast
> --Casa De Llama Studio
> --My books and films:
> --other assorted crap:
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