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Review of Web Hosting Pad: The Most Affordable and Feature-rich Web Hosting Plan for Your Blog

When thinking about hosting your blog, you have too many choices. But the best of the plans at the most affordable rates are very rare. Any hosting plan that doesn't offer unlimited disk space and unlimited transfer rates is not preferable, unless your niche only needs a limited amount of monthly traffic. After purchasing the plan, if you see that what you got is only a 100 GB monthly transfer rate, then you have a limit for the number of visitors you can have. If you cross the limit, your website will simply disappear for the rest of the month.

Before purchasing your hosting, look for these things:

  • Unlimited monthly bandwidth (the total amount of data transferred in a month). This will help support unlimited traffic.
  • Unlimited disk space. You don't need to limit the size of your blog and files.
  • Availability of a wide range of features and support for possible future expansion of your blog.

While looking for these features and more, I found a hosting plan that offers all of them at the most affordable price, the Web Hosting Pad. The basic plan features are the following:

  • Unlimited disk space
  • Unlimited bandwidth (transfer)
  • Unlimited email accounts
  • Unlimited databases
  • No setup fees

All these are available at a highly reduced price of 3.96 dollars a month, for three years (28 % less than the normal price of all major web-hosting providers). Since there is an unlimited number of databases available, it becomes very easy for you to expand your website.

Get your Web Hosting Pad account.

Supported Standards and Freebies

The programming standards supported by Web hosting pad include CGI (Common Gateway Interface), Ruby on Rails, Perl, PHP, MYSQL, etc. There is also antivirus and antispam protection pre-enabled in the server.

By the purchase, you also get a free domain name for life. I believe this is the coolest feature of this hosting plan. For life, you don't have to pay for the domain renewals (that can be around 10 dollars or so for a year).

You have access to free site builder software. The software supports more than a hundred different site design templates to create blogs, photo albums, forms, online stores, etc; photo editing software; and various other features. The site builder can be upgraded to a professional edition as well.

Bonus Additions:

  • Message board
  • Form-mail script
  • Web Blogs/WordPress/B2Revolution
  • Mailing list
  • Image galleries/Coppermine
  • Mambo and Joomla
  • phpForm generator
  • PHP/Perl/Python
  • Ruby/Ruby on Rails

On the top of that, you can get free credit of 25 dollars each while signing up on Google, Yahoo, and Miva advertising accounts. Which means, you can drive traffic to your website soon after setting up.

Money Back Guarantee:

The hosting plan comes with a 30 day money back guarantee.

See here a screenshot of all the features of the CPanel Control panel. Click on it to enlarge:
Web hosting pad control panel, CPanel

Support and Uptime of the Server

Web Hosting Pad comes with a guaranteed uptime of the website of 99.9 %.

The award-winning support of Web Hosting Pad is 24/7, through email, chat and telephone.


Get your account at Web Hosting Pad here, and to get the special reduced price of 28 % by signing up for three year hosting. I haven't been able to find a better hosting plan at a better price anywhere else.


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