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Compare the top webhosting plans in 2016 – Australia Vs US hosting

Compare the top webhosting plans in 2016 – Australia Vs US hosting

| June 19, 2016 | 61 Comments

In Australia everything is overpriced, and website hosting prices is not an exception. I have provided a detailed comparison of top local and US webhosting companies below. I  compare some aussie hosts against US webhosting   so that you can make a informed decision. (Updated 11 May 2016) If for you – getting a hosting provider […]

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Comparison of Australian US domain registration providers

Comparison of Australian US domain registration providers

| June 18, 2016 | 18 Comments

Its very clear when you need to get a .com.au domain name or a .com domain name. If your a blog you can get the cheaper .com domain name but if you are a local business you could possibly get a .com.au if your staying local or again get a .com if you are also going to serve overseas customers. You will need a ABN for .com.au.

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Website hosting coupon domain deals for 2016 with godaddy and Bluehost

Website hosting coupon domain deals for 2016 with godaddy and Bluehost

| March 18, 2016 | 8 Comments

The Bluehost coupon here is exclusive from Bluehost.com. Our promo code will save you up to 60%, which make it one of the best hosting deals you should not miss

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Comparison on Blog Website Hosting for Australians in 2016

Comparison on Blog Website Hosting for Australians in 2016

| February 11, 2016 | 96 Comments

Now I do know, that there are some good aussie web hosting companies in Australia , but if you are starting out with a new website or blog and need some cheap hosting , going with a US provider would definitely make more sense as they are more affordable. [ This post was updated on […]

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Talk is cheap – except in Australia

Talk is cheap – except in Australia

| September 29, 2013 | 3 Comments

New cost of living figures reveal the price of a pre-paid mobile phone is nearly 9 times more in Sydney than Los Angeles. Whether it’s surfing the net, grabbing a bite out with friends after work or going to see the latest blockbuster movie, on average Australians are paying some of the highest prices in […]

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