that your website requires, then yes, you can start with this and upgrade later. Make sure you register a domain separately (not with InMotion) so you don't depend on them unlocking it later if you decide to move to another host. Also, make sure they offer regular backups and also remember to make your own backups of your files and database.
I am starting a website that will sell a service (online golf lessons), in addition to offer some free golf instruction and link to my golf books on amazon. I am looking at starting the website with InMotion Hosting. It seems to have the capabilities I would need such as accepting payments via google checkout and ftp accounts to allow upload of videos, while keeping costs under control. Any thoughts on this idea? Would it be easy to upgrade to a higher level hosting service if the website were successful?
Comments and any advice would be greatly appreciated.