Pedro Wunderlich
Pedro WunderlichMaker of oddball apps (3x ❤️ by Apple)

What's a dead-cheap hosting solution that doesn't suck?

I'm putting together my personal portfolio page, just a simple website with links. I just need a super cheap hosting that doesn't suck.
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  1. Thorir Runarsson
    Thorir RunarssonCo-Founder at Iceland Advice · Written
    Affordable and fantastic customer support!
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    the best one I have used, my opinion
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  2. 4
    DigitalOcean

    Simple, scalable cloud computing platform

    Dmitriy Levchenko
    Dmitriy LevchenkoMaking things at itsbeat.com · Written
    Cheap and stable servers(droplets), simple interface, really love it
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    • Simon Bennett
      Simon BennettCreator of SnapShooter.io, Automaily.com

      I have been using DigitalOcean since they first launched, I love it so much I made a product https://snapshooter.io to help you back up your Droplets and Volumes.

      Its a super simple and cheap way to get a server and can scale to what ever you need. There are great tools out there that integrate straight in, due to there great API.

      Highly recommended product!

    • Nick Francioso
      Nick FranciosoFounder of SkillSyncer | Army Veteran

      They couldn't make it any easier for how difficult I thought it would be to launch my first site www.skillsyncer.com.

  3. Joshi
    JoshiWorld towards Cloud Computing! · Written
    Its the Cheapest and most Reliable Cloud Hosting Provider. Prices are just starting at $1.99/Month
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    F(x) Data Cloud
    F(x) Data CloudCost-competitive Cloud Hosting Services · Written
    F(x) Data Cloud made this product
    Cheapest with high Uptime(99.95%) and SSD Custom Storage
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    Piyush Sonani
    Piyush SonaniChief Technology Officer · Written
    Already Hosting my website on their servers.
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    Github Pages

    Every Github repo has a secret free website.

    Guillaume Flandre
    Guillaume Flandre🛠 Software engineer ➕ 📸 Photographer · Written
    The hack I used on my photo portfolio is to use Github Pages. This lets you create static websites hosted for free if you're fine having your code open to the world. You'd need to be a bit tech savvy in order to make it work though. If you're willing to code a little bit, then pair this to Jekyll and you have an auto-generated website :)
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    Firebase Hosting

    Production-grade Hosting for Developers

    Justin Lam
    Justin LamCreator of Bottle Flip 2k16 · Written
    Free static web hosting that is super simple to use. I have minimal experience with web development and managed to get my site up in under a half hour.
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