Black Friday 2016 is coming up, and you might want to get off your couches and hit the stores? But wait, you don’t really have to, as Black Friday is already online. Yeah, that’s right, you can get your favourites with jaw dropping discount right on your smartphone or laptop (or whatever it is).
I am writing this post to mention that web hosting companies (the wise ones) have already started their Black Friday web hosting deals. If you are looking forward for this or happen to be interested in it, then you have landed on the right page as here we will be discussing the biggest Black Friday web hosting offers.
The best collection of deals I have found is Black Friday Deals on Hosting Manual. I will add a link to each deal in my list for your convenience.
For those of you who don’t know what this is, relax. Black Friday is not some kind of dark ritual instead it might be one of the happiest days in a year as almost all retailers put out grand sales to clear out stocks.
So it’s like a feast day for shopaholics. But hey, those looking for expanding or even starting out their businesses have a great opportunity as they can avail some of these amazing web hosting deals.
After several hectic researches, we have been finally able to list out the biggest Black Friday web hosting offers of 2016. What’s interesting is that these offers are already live and can be availed right away.
Bluehost definitely comes 1st in this list as the company is offering an unbelievable 75% discount! This pretty much sums up how Bluehost wants to gain the trust of their customers and establish a wide user base.
Being one of the most preferred web hosting company, Bluehost has gained a significant prominence within the online markets. This 75% discount is applicable for all the different packages which means that you just have to pay $3.25 per month. What’s interesting is that the prices will get even lower to as much as $2.95 per month on Cyber Monday.
SiteGround is offering flat 70% discount for this year’s web hosting offers. Therefore it comes 2nd in this list. SiteGround is one of the most popular names in web hosting as the company has more than 300,000 users.
The speciality of SiteGround is that the company focuses on every type of users/customers, whether they are just starting out in this business or are experienced players. Similarly, the company has presented several different plans and packages for catering different needs. Availing the offers of SiteGround is rather very simple and easy as the visitors will be able to figure out the steps themselves as soon as they land on the homepage of the official website.
Listen to the name ‘JustHost’, it seems this company is just perfect for web hosting and indeed they are as the company has been known to provide quality services. For this year’s Black Friday, JustHost is presenting 60% off in every package as 2016 web hosting offers.
60% discount means customers have to pay as low as $2.95 per month and besides this great jaw dropping sale, customers also get additional treats like free domain name registration and script library, 30 days return policy, unlimited GBs hosting space, cPanel control panel and unlimited domain hosting and data transfer.
Although not utterly popular, Fatcow might be one of the best web hosting companies out there. For this year, Fatcow is offering as much as 60% off in their 2016 Black Friday web hosting deals.
The original plan of Fatcow costs $49 per year. The company has presented 2 plans for WordPress hosting which are WP Starter and WP Essential. WP Starter now costs just $3.75 per month and WP Essential costs $6.95 per month.
The range for dedicated hosting has been put out between $119.99 per month to $191.99 per month. Most importantly, VPS servers have been presented in the range of $19.99 per month to $79.99 per month.
Fatcow has also presented some extra features like free domain registration, unlimited bandwidth and disk space, pre-installed plug-ins, cloud storage, curated themes and 100% wind powered hosting. These deals are now live.
TMDHosting comes 5th in this list as the company has offered 50% discount for each and every plan. Since inception, the company has risen to a great success which has been possible with their dedicated services.
This year, the company has presented 3 major plans for the customers as a part of their web hosting deals. The 1st one is the starter pack which costs $2.85 per month. This pack also includes optimum cache, cPanel control panel, premium support, unlimited SSD space and bandwidth.
The 2nd package is Business which costs $5.85 per month including 128 MB memcache instance, wildcard SSL, unlimited website hosting, SSD space and bandwidth. Professional package is the 3rd and last one. This plan costs $12.85 per month with every feature included plus users can fully customize it.
eHost is offering 50% discount in their 2016 Black Friday web hosting offers. eHost has been around for the last 15 years and the company seems to have mastered the art of web hosting, and their popularity is evident to this.
With this flat 50% discount, the customers have to pay just $2.75 per month. Besides offering this great discount, the company has also included features like free SEO and marketing tools, site analytics, photo galleries, free website builder and templates, free domain name, Yahoo/Bing advertisement credits worth $100 and $50 support suit.
For availing these offers, customers simply have to visit eHost’s official website and follow the web hosting discount instructions given on the home page.
With lucrative offers like this, it’s just silly to miss them out. So make sure that you don’t miss out these best deals of the year. For what it’s worth, you will only get rewarded at the end with these amazing offers.
I said that in a personal discussion with a friend, and he replied:
There are assertions of verifiable fact and then there are invocations of shared values. Don’t mix them up.
I meant this as an assertion of fact, but re-reading it after my friend’s feedback, it comes off as simple flag-waving, since I’d compressed the technical part of the argument out of existence. So here it is again, in slightly longer form:
The internet’s essential operation is to encode and transmit data from sender to receiver. In 1969, this was not a new capability; we’d had networks that did this in since the telegraph, at the day of the internet’s launch, we had a phone network that was nearly a hundred years old, alongside more specialized networks for things like telexes and wire-services for photographs.
Thus the basics of what the internet did (and does) isn’t enough to explain its spread; what is it for has to be accounted for by looking at the difference between it and the other data-transfer networks of the day.
The principal difference between older networks and the internet (ARPAnet, at its birth) is the end-to-end principle, which says, roughly, “The best way to design a network is to allow the sender and receiver to decide what the data means, without asking the intervening network to interpret the data.” The original expression of this idea is from the Saltzer and Clark paper End-to-End Arguments in System Design; the same argument is explained in other terms in Isenberg’s Stupid Network and Searls and Weinberger’s World of Ends.
What the internet is for, in other words, what made it worth adopting in a world already well provisioned with other networks, was that the sender and receiver didn’t have to ask for either help or permission before inventing a new kind of message. The core virtue of the internet was a huge increase in the technical freedom of all of its participating nodes, a freedom that has been translated into productive and intellectual freedoms for its users.
As another of my friends put it, the Internet means you don’t have to convince anyone else that something is a good idea before trying it. The upshot is that the internet’s output is data, but its product is freedom.
There are many hosting companies around nowadays, I would say maybe a few thousand. Who do you turn to for hosting? What different types of hosting there is which you require? There are many different types of hosting and without the basic knowledge of the Internet your not going to know what type of hosting do you want.
There are billions websites online on the Internet and that number is increasingly growing , and all those websites are being hosted by a web host provider, But what type of hosting is good for you? Do you require a dedicated server? a VPS? or just plain shared hosting?
If you plan to just have a wordpress blog then mostly you’d just want a basic shared hosting which should cost you nothing more than $5 a month depending on how many Database’s you get with it , disk space and bandwidth. But if you are going to run a very busy site with loads of downloads direct from your website you may want to think about buying a VPS or a Dedicated server to keep up with bandwidth demand! The last thing you want is to be on the wrong package and then run out of resources.
Many web hosts now a days offer sales support before you buy so if your not quite sure what package is best for you then you can contact them and they will offer you the best package tailored for you , or in some cases they will offer you a customized plan just for you!
Also web hosts usually don’t just have 1 plan! They have about 3 to 5 plans in their shared hosting , which can differ from bandwidth allocation to how much storage you get to how many MySQL Databases you are given. Those will change the price for your hosting but even still you should not be paying more than $10 a month for your hosting , unless your being offered unlimited that is, Which of course we know is not unlimited as you cannot have a unlimited hard drive now can we? You can have unmetered but not unlimited. Unmetered is usually when the host does not meter or tap your disk space, although if you seem to be using to much they may limit or tap your usage and they may suspended your account for a little while.
So the next time you need hosting, look around, look at reviews and see what others think!