[thelist] Searching for a host with lots of bandwidth

Wesley Mason wes at pmason.karoo.co.uk
Mon Apr 26 17:25:01 CDT 2004

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The American side of 1&1 (US: http://1and1.com/ , UK:  
http://1and1.co.uk/), whom I currently had a collocated server with in  
the UK (must avoid that extra 200ms leap across the point), provide  
very high (up to 500GB/mo standard, with extra on top at reasonable  
costs), and I have several friends with high bandwidth sites who have  
their servers (co and managed) with the US side of operations and have  
heard nothing but praises. I would also highly recommend them to anyone  
looking for UK server location, although a shame the bandwidth  
allocations on this side are so low.

Regards AdSense I can't help, was rejected ages ago because my site's  
classed personal/weblog, before they started admitting personal and/or  
weblogs into the park to play and haven't tried re-applying.
However, some of these results may be of use:  
- -8&q=adsense+statistics&btnG=Search&sort=date
(AdSense's highest usage in now in weblogs these days, so a search  
through RSS feeds is rather lucrative for personally shares stats and  
- --
Wesley Aaron Mason
(1st Vamp)
Weblog from nowhere: http://1stvamp.org/
Webcomic from somewhere: http://gfbowl.com/
Public PGP/GPG Key: http://1stvamp.org/stuff/pgp

On Apr 26, 2004, at 10:47 pm, <ronn at brickflick.com> wrote:

> I am currently trying to find a good host to move my site to. I'm  
> looking
> for something that can keep up with the bandwidth usage that has shut  
> down
> our first host (we exceeded bandwidth in 3 days). We went thru 21 gigs  
> of
> bandwidth in our first weekend live, and then more than 19 gigs  
> bandwidth
> that following week. People are downloading our 9 meg movie and it got
> pretty popular pretty fast.
> I can find a lot of hosts that give out TONS of bandwidth for  
> mega-cheap,
> but they all seem like scams. I was hoping someone could recommend a  
> site
> that offered 300-500 gigs of bandwidth a month for a decent price.
> Secondly, does anyone have any figures that they could share from  
> Google
> AdSense, money per click or monthly averages? Whatever host we go  
> with, the
> fact remains that we are three students trying to pay for this thing. I
> understand that that kind of figure is private, so share at your will.
> Thanks in advance,
> Ronn LeFeuvre
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