Why Changed Its Hosting Provider from Yahoo to GoDaddy |
Warning, GEEKY POST! Move on, folks, nothing to see here! Unlike my regular posts about life, liberty and the pursuit of decent hummus, this is a pretty rare post intended for the technically savvy only, so do not bore yourself if webmastering is not your cup of tea. Read some other stuff here. Okay, now the fact that you can actually read this post means that I was successful in changing a hosting provider from to and I will discuss my reasons here: When I first registered my website on August 2005 I wanted to host it with a company that: 1. Is recognized and respected and would not vanish after a couple of months 2. Has a large clientele thus its customer support would be good. 3. Is located outside Israel for security reasons (both cyber-attacks and actual real-life attacks) 4. Would offer a good value for its price. For all these reasons I chose Yahoo Hosting Starter plan: US$12/month. 5GB disk space, 200GB data transfer. I gradually became disillusioned with