Actual iPower web hosting reviews since 2008

This iPower review site is hosted between 2008 to 2012. Do you know this review website has been hosted here with their pro shared hosting since year 2008? With our actual experience in here, we’re gracefully accessing and rating their service quality from inside out. We’re able to test customer website all these years and actually evaluate their quality in real life. We are testing them and experience it our self. And before you go, we can give you iPower coupon price $3.25 a month. Don’t signup without this discount.

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This is one of the best vDeck web hosting company, established back in year 2001 and has been over 12 years old. What makes them so popular today are their 100% green hosting plan is with great service quality, generous features and available in lowest price possible. With this review site hosted with them, you can use this as a demo site and testing their service performance before signing up.

iPower review on shared hosting services. Top web hosting companies are often run their own data center and be able to use their in-house staffs. For them, they are now having 2 data center locations. And they uses high performance servers running with wind powered energy credits. The data center is equipped with multiple gigabits Internet connection, Cisco router, UPS power backup and diesel power generator are standard. This is a fail-proof data center and it is being monitored 24×7 for optimum network uptime.

From official website, we know they are offering few shared packages and added a new WordPress blog plan this year. There are three options to choose from:

  • Starter plan is starting at $3.99 a month.
  • Pro plan at $3.25 a month (offer price).
  • Pro plus plan at $11.99 a month.

Their starter plan only allows one domain hosting and the other two are allowing multiple domains to be hosted. What we most recommend is their unlimited plan currently selling at $3.25 and this is their limited time offer price. This allows virtually unlimited website and in here get are allowed to host few separate websites in one account. It comes with limitless disk space, transfer bandwidth and domains. Other features including 2500 email accounts and support Outlook client program. And it comes with email forwarding, auto-responders, spam filtering and webmail too.

  • Unlimited hosting with storage, bandwidth and email.
  • Free domain registration.
  • Free vDeck control panel.
  • Free site building tool.
  • 100% wind powered.


iPower review on WordPress blog hosting. Besides offering the multi-purpose shared hosting plan that come with unlimited features for all your website hosting need, they also have this WordPress optimized hosting plan for you. If you are a blogger and looking for a WordPress hosting plan at cheap price, this WP Essential plan is for you. It is priced at $3.00/mo and you can get access to customized control panel with WordPress installer, apps, plugins, themes. The hosting plan is optimized for WordPress blog too and it is set to optimum speed, this mean a faster blogging site for you.

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iPower review on VPS hosting. When you need more than basic hosting plan, an affordable VPS hosting should be considered. For instant, this VPS hosting plans are now available from $19.99/mo and it is fully managed, just like what you get with their shared hosting. The VPS account will be deployed instantly when you signup, there is no waiting time. All control panel and features will be provided at no extra cost. There are three VPS servers available, and it is available with 1GB, 4GB and 8GB RAM configuration.

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iPower review on dedicated servers. Besides shared hosting and VPS servers, they do offer powerful dedicated servers too. There are three server configuration available and price begin from as low as $119/mo only. This is some of the cheapest dedicated servers available around. The most basic standard server includes 500GB storage, 5TB bandwidth and 4GB RAM memory. That is enough for supporting multple high traffic websites or ecommerce business site. For reliability and security, they uses independent control and cloud based technology. That really makes a huge different and making their service quality even better. These private servers are fully managed and come with all necessary control panel.

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iPower review on domain registration. They offer wide range of domain registration service and customer can choose to register variety of TLD extension. Either you are using their web hosting service or not, you can choose to buy domains from them. The ordering page is simple and allow you to do domain research and view all available TLD and its price. Other than that, there is domain auction added to the bottom and you can check on the premium domain price and pick the one suitable for your business. Click add to cart and proceed with the checkout process, the payment is simple and the domain price is reasonable.

iPower review on customer support. Everyone try to avoid choosing web hosts that provide poor customer support or use outsource technical people to handle their after-sales service. This is the new trend and cheap solution chosen by some budget web hosts. They will choose to use oversea support team that are not on-par with the US-based support team that able to provide first hand support.

We know their support team is available 24/7 and fully U.S. based. They will not outsource to other countries to cut down the operating cost. Furthermore their help center is accessible via phone call, email ticket and online chat service.

Is their support quality good or bad? We have been using their service for many years, and we know their customer support quality is one of the best and the fastest too. The online chat support is fast and the waiting time is very short. The phone call is clear and support team can solve the problems in first place. In overall, the service quality is excellent and not causing any problems at all.

iPower review on average user rating. Our overall rating is great. We are comparing one to another, and we are comparing this with many other web hosts including Hostgator, iPage, Bluehost etc. If we are comparing them with the similar vDeck plan, this web host is excellent and really makes a different. They are offering the same good quality plan at much cheaper price. We don’t see any poor quality or lack of features in here, everything is provided and in highest quality. For pricing, we are able to get this at lower discount price and it really makes some different.



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Introduction to all Web Hosting Packages

Those new to web hosting and the running of websites might find themselves overwhelmed by the many different options available for them. Understanding the differences between various web hosting package options can go a long way in lessening the burden of learning how websites run or choosing a hosting option. Here are some major types of web hosting services and the differences between them.

  1. Linux and windows web hosting

Linux and Windows are two different computer operating systems. The difference between Linux and windows web hosting lies with the web hosting company. Web hosting companies have their servers either running on the Linux or Windows operating system. Linux is perhaps the most prevalent operating system when it comes to web hosting because it is relatively easy to install and inexpensive. Windows, on the other hand, offers world class support. There are many other differences between the two though. For instance, cPanel and Web Host manager are available on Linux while Windows runs on Plesk. There are similarities too. For instance, both windows and Linux have CGI, Perl, ASP and PHP.

  1. Reseller web hosting

This is where one buys an account with a web hosting service granting them hard drive space and bandwidth. With this space, they then host several third party websites, often at a profit. The reselling individual can either rent a dedicated server from a web hosting company, or resell web hosting services they share with other buyers or renters.

  1. Shared hosting

Shared web hosting is a description of a server being shared among different websites. The rationale for this is that smaller websites very rarely utilize their full quota of bandwidth. Many shared web hosting service providers are resellers of server space they have bought elsewhere. This could be the reason for the large number of web hosting service providers who offer cheap and similar services. Shared web hosting is ideal for small businesses looking to establish a presence on the web but do not require the transfer of a large number of files, or a large number of people trying to access their website all at the same time. Larger businesses might find it difficult to handle many customers at the same time or have large files transferred.

  1. Dedicated web hosting

This is where one server is dedicated to one website, just as suggested by the name. This option is ideal for large businesses of websites that require high bandwidth, particularly those that offer video streaming. This option offers better security, both in terms of the protection of the data and its physical location. It also offers more choice when it comes to the operating system to use. Managed dedicated server hosting is similar to dedicated private server hosting, only that the website owner hands over some part of the server management and decision making to the hosting company or a third party managing company.

  1. Virtual private server

Virtual private server is where a one server is partitioned such that every partition appears and operates as if it were a dedicated server. It is a combination of the properties of a dedicated server and shared web hosting. Since the hardware is shared, this option is often relatively cheaper. Just like shared web hosting, it relies on the fact that websites rarely ever utilize their full bandwidth requirement. The hosting company manages traffic to avoid any negative issues.

  1. Cloud web hosting

This is where websites are hosted on virtual servers which then get their web hosting resources from several systems of physical servers. The idea is that the web hosting is provided as a service rather than a product. Generally, the client website can tap into the web hosting service provider’s resources as much as they need and as much as their business requires. The client, however, only pays for what they have used. The network of servers used is often extensive and derived from data centers in different locations.

To choose the right web hosting package, consider the following factors

  • Bandwidth
  • Technology used by the web hosting package
  • Service level agreements
  • Contract length with the web hosting company
  • Email handling
  • Opportunities for future upgrades

All the different options and information might be overwhelming. However, an understanding of one’s needs and the different types of hosting packages definitely makes it easier to choose.

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Top 5 mistakes when choosing a web hosting provider

There’s no doubt that online businesses are literally transforming the world. And the core of any online venture, be it marketing, academic or content writing is an operational and functional website. As usual, most sites nowadays are hosted by third party web hosting service providers. On the same note, what many people fail to grasp is that your web hosting provider can influence the amount income you accrue from your website per a given period.

Consider the typical example of a web hosting service that goes down periodically or one which the provider doesn’t communicate any foreseeable interruptions in advance. In such scenarios, you’ll realize over time that this perceived downtime is eating slowly into your profits.So if you are asking yourself what are some of the pitfalls to avoid when choosing a reliable web hosting provider, then here are the main 5;

  1. Going for a low-priced space or almost free web hosting service.

As the adage goes, ” when the deal is too good, think twice.” And at the same time remember that you always get what you pay for. If you are tempted to sign up for a service that advertises itself as ” free or cheap”, then also bear in mind that you won’t be the only one doing so. Thus, chances of their servers been constantly down due to excessive amounts or traffic will be quite high. You’d rather pay a premium price but be assured of seamless and smooth service any time of the day.

Then again, no sane person will allow you to use their servers to store your new website and then just sit back and watch you generate massive profits from it. The ‘free’ service term only applies if hardly anyone visits your site. But once your website picks up and registers a steady stream of traffic, then the costs equally skyrocket. Consequently, you might end up paying double the subscription fee that you once tried to avoid just to renew your web hosting service.

  1. Being lured by the offer of ‘unlimited space’ without reading the Terms Of Service.

Over 60% of the most unreliable web hosting providers are notorious for using this bait. Most of the time, you will find them purporting to offer unlimited storage and bandwidth at ‘no extra cost’. Then on a second glance you will notice that the initial subscription fee is ridiculously low. However, if you take your time to go keenly over their terms of service, you will realize that the unlimited space only applies if your site does not take up more than a certain limit of internet resources. Which, in plain language, implies that you can enjoy unlimited storage space, as long as nobody visits your site. How convenient!

  1. Failing to double check the company’s reputation.

For starters, before going with any hosting plan, do your homework. Find out whether the customer support is responsive enough or if there are complaints from previous customers about the general quality of their services. What about virus attacks? Have there been a recent viral or worm infiltration on their servers? Do this and you’ll be surprised by how much you could unearth.Another mistake on the same would be failing to check if the hosting service has a reputation of placing restrictions that could later inconvenience you, such as banning the usage of multiple POP accounts or SSH.

  1. Not checking online reviews made by those who have already used the service before.

It is estimated that 95% of new users looking to sign up for a given hosting service rarely read reviews made other customers. It is despite the fact that technical reviews are readily and freely available in many Google and Yahoo! open forums. Reviews are a great way of seeking clarification on some the pertinent issues that you might find controversial about a given web-hosting service.At the same time, check if the hosting service offers a trial subscription service or a test demo panel aimed at explaining how their service works. If there’s one, don’t sign up before checking if the hosting experience actually fits your bill.

  1. Failing to make good use of discount coupon codes when signing up.

Coupons are an excellent way of saving cash and at the same time enjoying premium service at subsidized prices. Most hosting companies will offer such discount codes as a way of enticing customers to try out their service. However, most people while signing up for their website templates either tend to ignore these coupons or are just oblivious of their existent. As a smart online entrepreneur make sure you research thoroughly on the advantages of each coupon code and select the best suited for you.

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