I’ve been hosting with Dreamhost for over a year now, and I’m a big fan. The sites were a bit rocky in the first few weeks, but for the last sixteen months or so I haven’t had any complaints about server speed, downtime, or unexpected pricing & fees. For less than $20 a month, I’ve got a dozen domains hosted with ’em and online. Really, I could save a few more bucks with a third party domain registrar, but its so convenient to have it all under the same control panel. Its worth it to me to keep the mass account logins and passwords from growing another entry!
So anyway, all this success keeps convincing Dreamhost to buy more server hardware! They’ve recently made a commitment to going green, so they’ve got to upgrade to more efficient processors and that incidentally means they’ve got more hosting for more sites. Now… they just need someone to use it…
In addition to the 97-day money-back guarantee they’ve always had, Dreamhost is now letting you try out the system before you put the money down in the first place. So you don’t even have to take my word for it when I say you can trust them to refund you during the trial period: You don’t have to spend money so there’s nothing to refund!
$75 Adwords Credit – Free Website Advertising
So you built a website. And then you realize that building it isn’t enough to make people show up. Normally, you’d have to hire an SEO, start your own SEO campaigns, and/or start buying up some pay per click advertising space. How about this to get started with: A $75 Adwords credit? Of course, Google wants you to try out the free introduction as well, because chances are you’ll make some money back and by the time you drain the promotional ads, you’ll have figured out how to earn more than you’re spending into the ad system.
Considering a year with Dreamhost only costs $100 or $120 if you’re paying for at least the whole year or two, thats a pretty huge give-away. Of course, you can make the deal a whole lot better by taking advantage of Dreamhost coupon and promo code offers – you can get up to $200 off a ten-year plan or $150 off a five-year one. You’ll end up paying like $70 a year for web hosting and that even includes your domain registration for the next half-decade. (Wish I had one of those coupon codes when I signed up!)
Want to learn a bit more about Dreamhost? Check out my review over here if you’re curious or if there’s something you want everyone to know about the hosting service.
Then, be sure to check out the completely free trial so you can form your own opinions!