About 59 Hosting

59hosting.com provided the most complete and cost effective web hosting packages available anywhere on the internet. With faster servers, better technical support, and 30 days money back guarantee, we provided a package that couldn’t be beaten, and you were certain to be happy with. If you don’t know what web hosting is yet, here is a short video that will clear things up:

By keeping up to date with current software updates, we allowed you to develop high-end dynamic websites to keep your business competitive and your customers coming back.

Our online control panel gave you 24x7x365 access to manage your site instantly and easily. You got the easy-to- use flexibility you needed to access, update and change your website. Fully manage your server by setting up email accounts, mailing lists, adding users/FTP accounts and more.

We have set our site up to provide you with the fastest possible help. These help files offer answers to most of the questions we get on a given day.

All of our web hosting plans carried a 30-day money back guarantee. If you were not completely satisfied with our services within the first 30 days, you would have been given a full refund.

We accepted all domain name extensions, like .com, .net, .org, .BIZ, .INFO, .cc, .tv, .hk, .ru, .ca, .ch, .uk and all others.

Whether you’re a big business or just someone who wants a personal website, we were able to provide the solution to your needs. Unfortunately, we no longer can provide the low-cost service we used to. For this reason, I’m listing some of the good companies out there.

Which is Hosting Company Good Then?

Some of them are good in one aspect; others are good for other reasons. It’s not an exact science. What’s right for me may ba terrible for you. None the less, I’m listing some of the companies I have dealt with, along with a couple of words on my experience with them.

Does Your Current Web Host Handle Security Properly?

Don’t take security lightly

Waking up to a hacked website is one of the most frustrating experiences that can happen to us as a webmaster. I’ve been there, done that and trust me it’s not fun at all.

In reality everything is possible so it is utterly important to extend our control hand to the factors which we can at least control.

I’m special

When I was in my teens with my first website, I didn’t take this  seriously at all. I always read about it but it didn’t happen to me, until it did.

At first I couldn’t believe it, I double checked the URL to see if that is indeed my website and to the horror of horrors it was my website.

Lessons I learned

The first lesson that I learned on the day that I’ve found my website hacked is that it was no coincidence.

I had two websites with the same supplier, on the same server and both got hacked at the same time, this depended on my webhost.

The second lesson I learned is that if the web host doesn’t treat security aspects as it should, I can’t really do that much.

I’m saying this because after the first hack I installed security plugins (it was a WordPress site) that would help to avoid hacks. But it didn’t, they hacked it again.

This was when I really understood that it’s not what I do that has the most effect, it’s what the provider does.

Third lesson comes naturally from the above, which is to choose a web host that will handle this aspect properly.

Secure Web Host Example

A good example of a highly secure web host would be Siteground. In this review article of Siteground is mentioned that the majority of popular web hosts still don’t treat account isolation properly.

With shared servers for example, this causes a rolling issue and multiple sites can be hacked.

I should add that Siteground is an impressive web host overall, so I wasn’t expecting something very different for them.

So  we have one more web host added to the 59 top web hosts. Our goal of helping future and existing web masters deal with the best in the business is coming closer with each top quality web host we recommend.

Black Friday Hosting Deals

Hey, I just wanted to make a super quick message about the approaching Black Friday / Cyber Monday craziness. Tech firms are running the biggest exclusive discounts the entire year. You don’t want to miss out.

I have seen some awesome deals, especially the Inmotion Hosting Black Friday Deals are excellent. This is the time to buy hosting and domains.

But it’s not all fun and happiness. Here’s how to avoid being scammed while doing your holiday web hosting shopping.

Let’s face it: nowadays we have to worry about everything from our identities being stolen by someone hacking into our computers and stealing our credit card information and personal information. There are bad people out there just waiting to take advantage of us, and now I am about to tell you that you need to watch out for scam artists that claim to sell you web hosting services. But not to worry I am going to tell you how to avoid being taken and tell you just what you need to watch out for when choosing a web hosting company.

One of the things when did they register their domain name and whether it was less than a year ago. Most company’s go out of business in the first year, so this is often a risk you don’t want to take. Make sure that the company has been around quite a while and is well established.

The Web Host’s Physical Address

One of the most important things to look for when researching a company online (whether it is a web hosting company or another company), is to make sure they have an actual physical address. You see if you cannot go and visit them in person, then you should not use this company. Somewhere down at the bottom should display and address and then mapquest the address. Then go to yellow pages, type in the address and call the company. This may seem like a pain, but it is better than being taken to the cleaners because you didn’t do your research.

Also, never sign up with a web hosting company (no, not even on Black Friday) until you have tested their support. First, make sure that they offer support and that they will answer their phone. You can test them by calling the support line number. Do not use a company if they have e-mail support this is ridiculous you are trusting that someone might e-mail you back. Just make sure this is a legitimate company before you sign up.

A good thing to do is search the Internet for what seems to be a good or successful website. If you like the website and there is an e-mail address or telephone number for the company, call them up and ask them what web hosting company are they using. The chances are that they are affiliates and gladly reply you as long as you buy from their website. But again do your research.

These are just a couple of things to look for when choosing online web hosting. Don’t get had by a bunch of scam artists, be smart and do your research before you jump on a Black Friday deal.