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June 3, 2009
Yahoo Small Business hosting really only offers one plan. The only real option upon sign-up is what billing term one wishes to enter into. One may either choose to be billed monthly, every three months, or annually. The pricing is $12.95, $11.95, and $9.95, respectively; so there is a considerable discount available for the longer term (the annual plan being $36 less per year than the monthly plan). Like many web hosts, Yahoo has adopted the concept of unlimited disk space and bandwidth. It does so under the common condition that these resources must be used for legitimate purposes to benefit the website. This means that the purpose can’t be for file storage or providing a file sharing solution. This is a standard practice and for the customer with normal intentions, this should not be limiting in any way.

Yahoo web hosting is geared towards those with little or no knowledge of hosting services. They feature such benefits as site builder software, templates, and small applications such as forms, maps, photo galleries, among others.

Yahoo witnesses a 99.9% uptime on sites, but this does not include scheduled maintenance. They provide for site backups and shared SSL.

Yahoo web hosting provides up to 1,000 email addresses and provides for unlimited storage for these.

Like many hosts, Yahoo provides provides ad credits. They offer a $100 credit towards ads in their search results, and $50 for ads in Google’s results. These amounts are quite competitive in comparison to others.

With the default setup, users are limited to one database. Those individuals requiring more than one database will need to manually download and install phpMyAdmin on their account, which is a popular database administration tool. This will require some configuration and technical knowledge in order to do so. The limitation imposed without phpMyAdmin may be a concern for some, but for the new user, it likely is not.

Terms of Service

Yahoo’s web hosting Terms of Service are extremely comprehensive. In printed form they would span 27 pages. This legal behemoth is not surprising given the size of the company.

One thing to take note of is while other hosts will suspend an account for being past due with payments, Yahoo may permanently delete the entire account and all information contained therein when this occurs, even without notice. Reactivating afterwards requires the payment of additional setup fees. Failure to pay can result in Yahoo using a collecti

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And so how does it look

June 3, 2009
I want to see this post and hat I can do

And now for an online post

June 3, 2009
Tis is too easy bro

THis is my first post and……………

June 3, 2009

Come on lads you can do it

Hello world!

June 3, 2009

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