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HostMonk.com – Compare Web Hosting Packages March 31, 2009

Posted by Ced in Info, Online, Services.


HostMonk.com is a service that lets you search and compare hosting packages and services easily.


“Choosing a hosting service is a decision that will affect the way you work and impact your customers’ experience. The choice should not be made on the basis of which provider buys the largest banners or spends more money getting your attention. The choice should be made according to the facts.

HostMonk is committed to bringing you a thorough index of the world of hosting services. We present the facts for you to make your decision. What you see is impartial, based on the cold hard facts with nothing added or removed.” [HostMonk]

Currently, the service compares 2330 Dedicated Hosting packages, and 188 VPS Hosting packages. You can choose which type of server you need (Linux, Windows, Affordable, High-End, Managed, Unmanaged), and sort them according to Monthly Price, Disk Space, Memory, Bandwidth, CPU Type, and Management.



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2. matt - March 31, 2009

This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

3. Mariar - April 5, 2009

Thanks, which package is the best one? linux or windows?

4. Ced - April 6, 2009

It actually depends on your needs, which is dictated by what kind of site you’ll be putting up. Most often than not, putting up a content management system site using the popular free software would require a Linux package.

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