Good Conservative Christian Web Hosting

Written by Paul Zannucci on 9:07 PM

There's a great alternative to the traditional web hosts out there, a company that is run by someone who is both conservative and Christian. How do I know? Simple. It's mine. I felt like there was a place in the market for a patriotic American hosting company.

I bet you are asking, what the heck do I know about running a hosting company? More than you might think, but that doesn't matter because I've struck a deal to use GoDaddy's servers and 24/7 customer service. I'm sort of a wholesale supplier of domain names and web hosting.

Honestly, I can't always get the domain names below what GoDaddy offers them for. But I beat them on quality hosting plans. The least expensive comes in at $3.99 per month, and that's using their world-class servers. Plus it comes with a lot of extras.

So if you want to find a hosting company that you fell comfortable supports your conservative, Christian values, give mine a try:

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  1. 5 comments: Responses to “ Good Conservative Christian Web Hosting ”

  2. By Jennifer on July 25, 2009 at 10:25 AM

    Hi,

    I would recommend "Host Gator" because it's very cheap and reliable. Their support service is awesome. This company offers site building tools, application vault, web mail, antivirus, Php, MysQL ,e-commerce and hosts unlimited websites in one plan. Don't go for free web hosting.They are not reliable. You could read the User Reviews here:
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  3. By Andy Gibson on July 29, 2009 at 11:18 PM

    I'm just curious as I was searching for web hosting, and one I found was gowebsite.com, and when I searched for conservative hosting, I found yours and I was surprised that you both have the same user interface.
    I'm having a heck of a job finding hosting since easycgi are now as slow as molasses after their 'platform upgrade'. My URL is http://www.andygibson.net/ give a try and see how long it takes for the page to come up. They were fairly decent until they meddled with it all.

    I signed up with accuwebhosting.com since I used them a couple of years ago, I signed up nearly a week ago, I'm still waiting for my account info and they already billed my card even though I told them to cancel the order.

    I did sign up for 6 months with JustHost.com, and again I had to pester them for my account info. I asked them about their account upgrade and what was the point which they haven't answered yet. Also, I sent them a question on how to access my web pages without moving my domain name over since I want to set my blog up first before I transfer the names. I'm still waiting for a reply on that. Stupidly every response they send to initial inquiries always claims that they'll send a response in the hour which they never do.

    JustHost just feels like they are constantly trying to upsell to the point that it's getting annoying. I guess the first clue that would be a problem is when they pop up the dialog box when you try to leave the page. Plus there is the question of daily backups (which they are trying to charge $20 annually for) which I'm trying to get clarification on. One of the top jobs of hosting is backing it up, yet their terms of service are somewhat sketchy.

    I just want to pay $10 a month for decent hosting for a blog a remote site to backup some files from my local machine.

    Cheers,

    Andy Gibson

  4. By Andy GIbson on July 30, 2009 at 12:12 AM

    To be fair, it seems that Accuwebhosting did set up the account and send me the details in a timely manner. For some reason I only seem to be getting half the emails from their system (the automated ones) despite them having my correct address.

  5. By Paul Zannucci on August 7, 2009 at 11:24 AM

    Hey, Andy. Sorry that I've neglected the site and didn't see your comment earlier.

    I started a reseller program with a hosting company everyone has heard of and is very reliable. I've used them for ages. Unfortunately, due to my agreement with them, I can't disclose who they are. I suspect that is because I can undercut their pricing.

  6. By Andy on August 7, 2009 at 11:25 PM

    No worries, right now I'm with Accuwebhosting, I've used them before and after the original snafu, things are going great.
    I'm still walking through the mud on getting a refund from JustHost as per usual with these things.
    I replied over here since I'm in the middle of writing a couple of blog posts on the whole experience.

    BTW, I think it was one of your articles I read on speeding up your site by checking the IP logs and banning IP addresses. I've been doing that on my new site although I let the spammers post and block their IP address from their spam comment, so thanks for that tip.

    If it was your article, send me a link to it, and I'll give it a plug on my blog. Not that I get a huge amount of traffic, but hey, it might send a few more eyeballs your way.

    Cheers,

    Andy Gibson