Fatcow review: an affordable, no-frills web hosting experience

Fatcow review: an affordable, no-frills web hosting experience

Curated via Twitter from Mashable’s twitter account….

Web hosting service provider Fatcow tries to stand out with a small number of feature-packed affordable plans that make it easy to start a site.

With a domain name and unlimited storage, Original Fatcow is a good option for a beginner looking to launch his or her first site.

Original Fatcow is a shared hosting plan that costs $14. 95 a month (it also regularly goes on sale for $4. 08 a month, and was on sale at the time of publishing).

The Fatcow Original plan packs in all that’s needed for a beginner to launch a site.

A website builder, FTP access, marketing program credits, and support for content management systems (CMS) are onboard, making it straightforward to get a site started.

Fatcow uses a proprietary control panel and back end for its hosting products.

Choosing a hosting company and figuring out the control panel is only half the battle to making a site.

Unlike other hosting companies, Fatcow doesn’t throw you into WordPress once the install is complete.

It’s a shared hosting plan, so your site is hosted on a server with many other sites.

Even with this constant push and inconvenient setup, in time, a Fatcow user can tune their muscle memory to the control panel.

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Fatcow review: an affordable, no-frills web hosting experience

Fatcow review: an affordable, no-frills web hosting experience

Curated via Twitter from FutureShift’s twitter account….

Web hosting service provider Fatcow tries to stand out with a small number of feature-packed affordable plans that make it easy to start a site.

With a domain name and unlimited storage, Original Fatcow is a good option for a beginner looking to launch his or her first site.

Original Fatcow is a shared hosting plan that costs $14. 95 a month (it also regularly goes on sale for $4. 08 a month, and was on sale at the time of publishing).

The Fatcow Original plan packs in all that’s needed for a beginner to launch a site.

A website builder, FTP access, marketing program credits, and support for content management systems (CMS) are onboard, making it straightforward to get a site started.

Fatcow uses a proprietary control panel and back end for its hosting products.

Choosing a hosting company and figuring out the control panel is only half the battle to making a site.

Unlike other hosting companies, Fatcow doesn’t throw you into WordPress once the install is complete.

It’s a shared hosting plan, so your site is hosted on a server with many other sites.

Even with this constant push and inconvenient setup, in time, a Fatcow user can tune their muscle memory to the control panel.

Link to original article….

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