Project Hosting, a hosting service provided by WPDesigner.com’s Small Potato, isn’t your ordinary host. Capping off at 120 slots, Project Hosting ensures quality hosting. For $20 a month, you’ll receive 1GB of storage, 40GB of bandwidth, and a ton of other great features. You may think that’s a lot of money for what you’re getting. But with Project H, you’re actually getting what you pay for. With other hosts, there’s no telling what you really get.
As soon as I had saw Project Hosting launched, I thought, wow I’ve gotta try this out! And as most of you know from my last post on Project H, that’s exactly what I did. For the whole month of December, I tested out Project Hosting first hand. Continue reading to find out my experiences.
On November 29th, I contacted Small Potato and asked him a few simple questions about Project H. Within 2 hours and 10 minutes exactly (I checked my e-mail archives), he politely responded and answered my questions. The next day, I went on over to WPDesigner and ordered my hosting. And so it began…
After I ordered my hosting package, I got a few confirmation e-mails and what-not. I logged into my Client Area and SP had already opened a Support Ticket asking for my other host’s login details. I replied with my login details and within 18 and a half hours (checked my e-mail) all my files and domains were migrated from my Site5 (my old host) to my new sever. I did a quick check of the site and everything was perfect. Impressive support, huh?
But I didn’t want to stop there. I decided to further test his support by opening a couple of support tickets. He responded, every time, within an hour or so with the exact answer I was looking for. I was pretty amazed, seeing as I never got that with my old host.
So now here I am, a month and a few days later, happy as a person can be with Project Hosting. I’ve had zero down time and no problems whatsoever. And I’ve also decided to continue being hosted with Project H (and I will be until my funds become limited).
If I’d have to give Project H a rating, I would definitely give it a 10/10. So if you’re in need of a new host, or just looking for new hosts to try out (for some reason), give Project H a try.
Note: As I’ve said before, I wasn’t payed to write this post and I get nothing out of it.