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Looking for web host under $10/month

I'm the webmaster for a small non-profit and we need a good, cheap web host that has the following capabilities:

- Blog w/ comments and RSS that can be updated by a select group of members
- Calendar that can be updated by a select group of members
- Display a news feed that is a time-ordered combination of many news feeds
- Discussion forum
- Possibly a Wiki
- Software that can manage a volunteer list and possibly a library db
- Send email notification of blog updates and calendar reminders

Does anyone know of a good web host for that? Thanks in advance for your help!

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Decided to go with downtownhost
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Lunarpages hosting with fantastico

I recommend lunarpages (350GB space, 3500GB bandwidth with Fantastico which has tons of software that you can easily install with a click that will suit the needs that you described). It's $6.95/month and you can get $27 off plus one month for free if use the coupon code: Save27 Check them out and if you have any questions reply back. Also they you get $700 worth of free coffee cup developement software when you sign up. Best of luck.

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Web hosting under $10

Hi,

Wll, you can find many good web hosts. My is HostColor.com. But I can give yo ua good advice. Once you choose 3 names go to any search engine and see if those produced any content, news and what do people say about them.

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Check a price/feature comparison chart

Try looking at the various features, per month pricing, added freebies, etc.

http://www.10under10.net

here are 10 companies that are pretty decent in terms of price and space. Bluehost is currently offering $50 free Google adwords and $50 worth of Yahoo advertising, and some more. Also IX is a good choice and one of the cheapest. Goog luck.

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