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Whether you're starting a new business or launching the ultimate cupcake blog, this hosting service offers everything you need -- for a sawbuck.
Looking to stake your claim on the Interwebs? It's easy to find hosting packages for less than $10 per month, but 10 bucks for a whole year? That's pretty sweet.
This CNET exclusive includes just about every feature you could want from a Web host; it's not some watered-down package with limited pages and extra fees for e-commerce.
Instead, you get unlimited everything: disk space, bandwidth, e-mail addresses, MYSQL databases, FTP accounts, sub-domains, and so on. Also on the menu: a full set of e-commerce tools (including Google Checkout and PayPal payment options) and support for b2evolution, Nucleus, and WordPress blogging tools.
One especially nice perk: 24-hour tech support, both online and by phone. (A company rep suggested calling them at 3 a.m. to see for yourself, even at the risk of incurring the staff's wrath.)
You can bring your own domain name if you have one, or get a new domain from Web Hosting Hub. Likewise, you can transfer your existing Web site or build a new one using free tools like WordPress, Joomla, or Drupal. Speaking of which, Web Hosting Hub boasts more than 250 free Web apps. If you take your new site live within 45 days, you'll get a $10 credit you can use for other goodies. The deal also includes a $75 ad credit for use with Google AdWords, Bing, or Yahoo.
So, yeah, this is a pretty sweet deal for anyone seeking a soup-to-nuts Web site, especially one with an eye toward e-commerce. If you build it, they will come -- but you gotta build it first.
Bonus deal: You just realized your Halloween playlist is missing "Monster Mash." The horror! Fortunately, you can score that song (or any other) for free from Amazon when you answer a simple question: What's your favorite party song? (You'll have to share your answer on Facebook to get the free-song credit.) My no-contest pick: "I Melt With You," Modern English. Yeah, I'm old.
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