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Shared Hosting vs. VPS: Is it Time to Upgrade?   no comments

Posted at Feb 14, 2017 @ 10:15am Web hosting

Shared Hosting vs VPS

When you are first getting started, a shared hosting plan is enough to help you meet your goals. It gives you a place on the web to collect leads, showcase your samples and sell your products and services. The problem with shared hosting, though, is that it comes with limited speed and storage space. Although it’s enough while your business is still small, you might want to think about upgrading as your business starts to grow. Many people have a hard time deciding when to make the switch, and if you can relate to this problem, then the following information will get you started in the right direction. You will learn about the benefits of using a VPS, but you will also get a clear picture of when to take action.

With most shared hosting plans, your performance can be impacted by the way that other people on the server use their resources. If someone else’s website is getting a lot of traffic or being attacked, then your website might slow down or even go offline for a while. If you depend on your site to generate sales, then this downtime is unacceptable. When your customers want to make a purchase, they are not always going to wait for your content to come online again. So any performance issues that you experience can hurt your profitability. A virtual private server, or VPS, will help you avoid that problem by providing you with exclusive resources. A VPS also enables your business to customize the performance resources and software based on your company’s unique needs. Things like Virtual CPUs, memory, and storage space, can all be customized and upgraded on a VPS. With shared hosting, you are limited to the software already installed on the server, and sometimes it may lack a requirement or feature your business needs. But with a VPS, you have full flexibility over which software your virtual server runs, even down to the Operating System.

Another downside of shared hosting is the lack of Administrative or root access to the server. This limitation affects what software you can install as well as the settings and options that you can configure on the server. This can greatly impact the potential of what you are able to do with your website.  However with a VPS, you do have root or admin access, giving you the ability to better monitor and troubleshoot your website, with full access to your virtual server’s logs. With a VPS, you have exclusive access and can dictate who shares that access. This allows you to better secure the contents on your server and alleviates the concerns of sharing a server with malicious or careless users. Also because you have full control over the virtual server, you can better enhance and customize its security based on your unique needs.

If you have decided that you need to upgrade, then consider it a good thing. Needing more resources means that your business is growing and that you are attracting plenty of new customers. Having a VPS will help you accommodate even more web traffic, and you will not need to worry about losing sales or customers due to downtime. The speed and performance of a VPS will also help you maintain a professional image, which will enhance and preserve your reputation.

Some business owners procrastinate when they need to upgrade their website, but doing so hurts them more than they likely suspect. Ensuring that your hosting plan is capable of meeting your needs is a vital factor when it comes to getting the most from your business, and you can get started right away.

But, before you select your VPS / Cloud Server Provider, there are 10 Questions you should ask first.

 

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Written by David Maurer on February 14th, 2017

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Why Website Speed Matters   no comments

Posted at Feb 7, 2017 @ 11:32am Web hosting

Why Website Speed Matters

If you’re in a store and ready to check out but you can’t find someone to help you, chances are you’ll stick around. You may even wait quite a while since you’ve gone through all the trouble of going to a store and selecting which items you want. However, if you’re waiting a long time for a website to respond, you can be on another site making the same selections within seconds.

For this reason, it’s essential that your website runs quickly and loads within mere seconds. People have a large selection of websites that they can get information from or do business with, and you need to be sure that your site is providing what people want very quickly. Additionally, it’s not just sites that sell items that need speedy load times. Sites that generate revenue from ads also need to load quickly to prevent the loss of income.

 

It Can Lower Your Conversion Rate

Studies show that people are steadily becoming less patient when it comes to waiting for web pages to load; 47 percent of people expect a website to load in two seconds or less. For mobile sites, you are given about three seconds before more than half of visitors say they will leave. Even if you’re getting people to stick around, a slow load time can drop your conversion rate.

A study done by Amazon showed that just a 0.1 second slower load time resulted in a one percent decrease in sales. While Amazon is enormous and your website may not be able to generate that much traffic or sales, it shows that even tiny slowdowns can still have a tangible effect on your business.

 

Search Engine Ranking

If you run a business website, you’re probably at least familiar with the concept of search engine optimization, which involves signaling to search engines that people who are searching for particular terms or phrases would benefit from visiting your site. Google, and other search engines, include user experience as a metric when determining where your website will end up in search engine results.

User experience includes a number of things, including the quality of content on a site, if it’s easy to navigate and how quickly the website loads. Google doesn’t generally release specific information about how metrics are weighted, but a slow website can dramatically reduce your user experience score. With SEO being so competitive, the last thing you want is a slow website dragging your ranking down.

 

User Experience

One of the reasons that user experience is a part of many search engine ranking metrics is because people tend to not return to websites that worked poorly for them. Research done by Statista indicates that a quarter of shoppers will abandon an online shopping cart if the website is too difficult to use.

Having a slow website can also make visitors do more than just wait. It can also keep certain parts of your site from working because scripts still need to load. Someone may fill out a form or attempt to add an item to a shopping cart and get an error or find that nothing is happening.

Additionally, when a website is slow, it may not load properly or things on the page may start adjusting themselves, changing the locations of images and text as people are trying to read or use the site. These types of frustrations can easily send someone away from your site with a commitment to never return.

 

The Need For Speed On Mobile

Mobile users can be even more impatient than people on PCs. With the number of individuals using mobile devices to both surf the web and make purchases, it’s essential that you’re not driving away customers and visitors with a slow site. In addition to needing to create mobile and desktop versions of your site, you need to be sure that mobile versions load quickly and aren’t just designed to fit on a smaller screen.

People on mobile devices often have data caps, and although powerful, smart phones have far less processing power than computers. Images need to be shrunk in terms of both pixels and file sizes, and scripts need to be kept down to the minimum required for the site to function. Along with rating user experience for desktop websites, Google also measures user experience for mobile sites. Furthermore, in the last year, they’ve started ranking mobile friendly sites higher when people do searches on a mobile device.

 

Loss of Ad Revenue

Depending on the ad network that your website is hosting advertising from, you may only get credit for ad views if the ad loads properly, if the visitor to the page has the ad show up on their screen or both. If your website is very slow, ads may not be loading properly, depriving you of revenue. Google found that 25 percent of mobile sites with load times under five seconds had higher ad revenue.

 

Resolving Your Speed Problems

Whether you have a slow site or would just like your site to run faster than it already is, one of the first things you should look at is cutting down on scripts and reducing the size of image and media files. Scripts can slow down even a bare bones site because they use a server’s bandwidth, processing power from the server and processing power from the computer they are being loaded on. Unless your site – and the page that someone is on – needs a script or function to run, consider ditching it.

Media files can also dramatically increase the amount of time that it takes for a site to load. Instead of eliminating image files, see if you can’t compress them or use another file type that results in a smaller image. A small loss in image quality can cut an image’s file size in half.

Another consideration is the server or hosting provider you’re using. You may need more bandwidth or processing power, and if you’re using shared hosting, it may be time to upgrade to a VPS or Dedicated Server solution.

 

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Written by David Maurer on February 7th, 2017

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Moving your Business to the Cloud – Why it Makes Sense   no comments

Posted at Aug 23, 2016 @ 8:16am cloud

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Today’s fast-paced and competitive business market demands that you keep up with the latest technology if you want to outperform your rivals. One of the greatest challenges with running a business today centers on storing your business’s information securely and efficiently. Rather than get bogged down with costly, time-consuming, and outdated IT infrastructures, you can increase your profits, expand your brand, keep your information secure, and outpace your business competitors by moving your small business to the cloud today.

 

Serving Your Customers Better

Time is money when it comes to serving your customers. When your IT infrastructure goes down, you are unable to help your clients and thus end up losing money that your business needs to survive and grow. You could even lose sales and profits to your competitors.

Because it is not prone to costly, time-consuming outages, the cloud proves to be the better, more affordable option for your business. You avoid losing time and money and your business can grow and profit at a pace that is not available with outdated database technology.

 

Growing Your Corporate Brand

Onsite or in-office data centers only allow your business to grow and expand so far in the market. When you want your company to go beyond your current limitations, you can go just about anywhere when you move your business to the cloud.

With its mobility, easy access, and user-friendly design, the cloud does not limit you to a physical location or within a specific boundary in the local market. You can access your company’s information from any location as well as send out projects to your employees regardless of where they are when you move your company’s operations to the cloud. This mobility puts you on target to reaching more customers and getting your business’s brand before an even larger audience.

 

Staying Up with the Latest Trend

You are not alone in your decision to move your business to the cloud. In fact, you will find yourself in great company as more business owners likewise decide to take advantage of this technology.

The latest studies show that more companies of all sizes are deciding to switch to cloud technology and away from outdated, costly, and time-consuming IT databases. By 2020, close to 80 percent of all businesses worldwide will have made use of cloud technology. Why be one of the last ones to take advantage of the newest and most innovative technology when you can make the switch today to the cloud? By moving your business to the cloud, you stay on top of your competition and make available technology that will let you serve your customers better and increase your profits to even higher levels.

Running a business of any size today requires that you make use of today’s most innovative and affordable technology. Whether it’s to improve performance or Disaster Recovery planning, utilizing cloud-based servers and backup solutions is essential. When you want to expand your brand without putting a lot of money into a restrictive and outdated IT infrastructure, you can stay at the top of your competitive game by moving your company to the cloud today.

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Written by David Maurer on August 23rd, 2016

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TurnKey Internet, Inc Launches ‘TurnKey’ All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Servers   no comments

Posted at Mar 29, 2016 @ 9:43am managed services

TurnKey Internet, Inc Launches ‘TurnKey’ All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Servers

managed cloud services LATHAM, NEW YORK (March 29th, 2016) – Sustainable IT solutions provider TurnKey Internet, Inc. announced today the launch of a suite of ‘TurnKey’ All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Server offerings that extend the capabilities of traditional cloud servers backed with all-inclusive IT managed services including high availability, security, cloud migration, implementation, and ongoing optimization.

TurnKey All-Inclusive Managed Cloud Servers provide premium technical service and support that help businesses leverage easy to use cloud-based IT infrastructure so they can focus on running their business. The new service tier provides 24 x 7 access to TurnKey Internet’s local U.S. Network and Application Engineers to provide on-going guidance, security and performance monitoring to maintain and optimize cloud-based hosted infrastructure.

The new service tier includes hardware, network and software related support to deliver firewall security, VPN setup, high availability, server performance tuning, server security hardening, deep inspection monitoring, Denial of Service and DDoS protection, database replication, load balancing, disaster recovery planning, bare-metal and standard backups, and much more. Additionally, All-Inclusive Managed Servers bundle standard software licensing such as Microsoft Windows Server 2012, CentOS Linux, Plesk, Directadmin, and cPanel.

“We created the All-Inclusive Managed Service in response to customer and industry requests for a more ‘TurnKey’ approach to on-boarding and maintaining cloud-based infrastructure.” said Adam Wills, CEO of TurnKey Internet, Inc. He continued “All-Inclusive Managed Service in the cloud provides all-access to our Support and Application Engineers which is far more cost-efficient than hiring. In Today’s on demand IT world that is evolving faster and faster to hybrid cloud-based solutions, we are helping customers to meet their IT goals without having to invest in additional staff or complex on premise hardware.”
For more information about TurnKey Internet’s managed services or to speak with a cloud hosting expert, visit https://turnkeyinternet.net/managed/

About Turnkey Internet
Founded in 1999, TurnKey Internet, Inc. is a full-service green data center and leading provider of sustainable web hosting and IT solutions. From its SSAE 16 Type 2 and ENERGY STAR® certified facility in Latham, NY—New York’s Tech Valley Region—TurnKey offers cloud-based hosted services, web hosting, communication services, web-based IT systems, software as a service (SaaS), enterprise colocation services, and computing as a service to clients in more than 150 countries. For more information, please call (518) 618-0999 or visit www.turnkeyinternet.net/media.

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TurnKey Internet Launches New Deca-Core Cloud Hosted Server Platform   no comments

Posted at Nov 10, 2014 @ 8:41am turnkey cloud

 

cloudserverSustainable IT solutions provider TurnKey Internet, Inc. announced that it has launched their all new high-performance enterprise-class cloud server platform powered by Intel’s E5-2650 v3 Deca-Core Multi-CPU Processor technology. The newly launched cloud hosting platform takes performance, speed, and efficiency to a new level, and provides the newest, most innovative technologies available in today’s market.

 

The Deca-Core Cloud Hosted Server Platform combined with ultra-fast Samsung SSD solid state drives attached via Raid-10 redundant connections provide over 600,000 DISK IOPS (input/output operations per second). Cloud Servers on the new Deca-Core hosted platform come with Un-Metered Gigabit Bandwidth (1000 up x 1000 down) directly connected to TurnKey’s Juniper powered BGP4 redundant network infrastructure. This new cloud server platform offers enhanced performance over typical public clouds and traditional virtual server (VPS) platforms by use of cutting-edge new Intel Xeon E5-2650 v3 Deca-Core (10 CPU Core) 2.3 Ghz Processors – offering 40+ total CPU Cores of processing power to servers on the new TurnKey Cloud Hosted platform.

 

TurnKey’s cloud server platform allows access to instantly deploy and maintain cloud-hosted servers featuring over 100 pre-loaded Microsoft Windows Server and Linux Server template choices hosted within TurnKey Internet’s SSAE 16 Type 2 Certified and ENERGY STAR® designated datacenter in New York.

 

“These Deca-Core CPU’s offer significant performance boosts over previous processors,” said Brian Ellwood, TurnKey Internet’s Operations Manager. “There are multiple Raid 10 SSD disk arrays and multiple Deca-Core CPU’s in each node. This is the most innovative, highest-performing node configuration on the market, and a ground-breaking alternative to the other public cloud and VPS options out there.”

 

The TurnKey Cloud Hosted Server Platform is a top-of-the-line hosting solution for webmasters, businesses, and individuals, alike. These high performance cloud servers are ideal for businesses needing to host their office server as well as busy web sites and applications that transfer large amounts of information, like high-traffic blogs and expansive databases. For more information on TurnKey’s new high performance Deca-Core Cloud Servers visit:

 

https://turnkeyinternet.net/turbo-cloud-hosted-virtual-servers-vps/

 

About Turnkey Internet
Founded in 1999, TurnKey Internet, Inc. is a full-service green data center and leading provider of sustainable web hosting and IT solutions. From its SSAE 16 Type 2 and ENERGY STAR® certified facility in Latham, NY—New York’s Tech Valley Region—TurnKey offers web hosting, communication services, web-based IT systems, software as a service (SaaS), enterprise colocation services, and computing as a service to clients in more than 150 countries. For more information, please call (518) 618-0999 or visit http://www.turnkeyinternet.net/media.

 

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Written by Adam on November 10th, 2014

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Growing Up in the Hosting World   no comments

Posted at Nov 5, 2013 @ 11:11am Web hosting

topppHowdie do Turnkey Lovers,

How long has it been? 4, 5 years? Probably only a few months, but with all the exciting things happening at Turnkey lately, it’s been easy to lose track of time. Well, I’m back with a special treat. One of my co-workers asked me to help write a post comparing VPS’s(Virtual Private Servers) to dedicated servers and finally to colocation. Well, I have to admit, it sounded a bit boring to me. I didn’t want to just write one long article comparing those 3 very different items. I wanted to write something different, but didn’t have many ideas on where to go with this. What are VPS’s, dedicated servers and colocation services?

Enter stage left, the Marketing Room.

I went and spoke with someone you’re probably very familiar with, Dylan Youngs. Top 5 best marketing coordinators: Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, Dylan, and Dylan (I’ve always enjoyed saying that since I’ve met him).

Dylan and I get to talking and begin throwing some ideas around. We came up with an idea to compare some of our services to a common experience that most people can relate to. The process of living with your parents to getting your own house. I came up with this analogy on this:

Shared hosting is to living with your parents as VPS’ are to getting your own apartment.

That may sound a bit confusing, but stick with me.

When you’re a child living with your parents, they provide for you. They place a roof over your head, food on your table and hopefully a nice bed to rest your head. How does that relate to shared hosting and VPS’s?

Well, let’s say you wake up one day and decide that you want to have a website. Maybe you have a business and want to reach out further to potential customers or maybe you just want to display some art that you’ve been working on to the world. Whatever reasons you may want a website you will need a place to “house” it. Host the site if you will.

We provide you with a website building tool to help get your website created. We also provide you with different tools to get your site listed on the greater internet. Providing you a “house” and “food” for your website to perform properly.

Next thing you know, your art goes viral and everyone wants to see your site. Some people even want to buy a piece of your art. You reach out to a developer and using the tools provided through Turnkey, they create you a database to allow you to begin to sell your art online.

Your new site is in full swing with new people seeming to view your site every day. New inquires for your art are flooding into your email inbox, but something happens. Customers are beginning to complain about the slowness of your site. Some saying that it takes 15 seconds plus to load the site.

What do you do?

You reach out to us! TurnKey Internet (parents in this extended metaphor) and they make some tweaks for you.

We inform you that your site has “grown up” a bit and no longer is eating baby food, but now is ready for full on adult food! Your bandwidth is increased and you’re given more disk space, however, you only see a small increase in the performance of your site.

Your developer informs you that you should install some additional modules to help speed up the site, but when you attempt to install them, you discover that you need greater access to install these features. Your host informs you that the modules you’re requesting would affect everyone else on the server and as “parents” of the server, they won’t install the custom software to ensure a stable environment for the rest of the customers.

Or in laymen terms, your “parents” say you will play by their rules while living under their roof.

It’s at this point that your site has matured and grown to a point that it’s time to move to its own environment.

It’s time to get your own “apartment” so that you can run and install items for your site to perform better. It’s time to get your own place and that’s when you discover that TurnKey sells these items called VPS’s (Virtual Private Servers). From a bit of research, you learn that on the VPS, you can have your way. You can install custom applications. Tweak the settings and just have greater control, however, the best part is that you will have your own “apartment” which means no more sharing resources with other customers. With that, you send a sales inquiry to Turnkey Internet to gather more information.

And there it is. Come back next week to learn more about becoming an adult in the hosting world!

Have any more questions? Email us at sales@turnkeyinternet.net

 

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Written by Jeremy on November 5th, 2013

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The Adventures of The TurnKing – The Shield of Norton   no comments

Posted at Oct 21, 2013 @ 10:25am TurnKey Kronicles

The Adventures of The TurnKing!

TurnKing_Vol4-01After being abducted by the deadly Ban-dits, Vint and Leif safely continue their journey. This time around they need to get a special shield in order to kill off the DDoS Dragon!

Past Volumes

TurnKing_Vol3-01

Volume 3

In honor of Leif Erikson Day yesterday, we would like to introduce Volume 3 of our TurnKey Kronicles! In this volume, Vint and his sidekick Lief are off on their journey to stop the DDoS Dragon from destroying their city, Cloudtopia. They run into a minor technical difficulty, where they are greeted by some unfriendly travelers.

TurnKing_Vol2-01 (1)

Volume 2

Young Vint and his friend Leif go to the city’s merchant to see if they can get some weapons to fight off the evil DDoS Dragon and it’s bots. The merchant gives them a magical firewall and explains to them that this is not all they need! Check back next week for chapter 3 of this epic tale!

TurnKing_Vol1-01

Volume 1

Young Vint dreams of saving his town from a DDoS attack by the DDoS Dragon and his bots! Check back next week for chapter 2 of this epic tale!

 

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The Adventures of TurnKing – The Information Superhighway   no comments

Posted at Oct 10, 2013 @ 10:33am TurnKey Kronicles

The Adventures of TurnKing!

TurnKing_Vol3-01

Volume 3

In honor of Leif Erikson Day yesterday, we would like to introduce Volume 3 of our TurnKey Kronicles! In this volume, Vint and his sidekick Lief are off on their journey to stop the DDoS Dragon from destroying their city, Cloudtopia. They run into a minor technical difficulty, where they are greeted by some unfriendly travelers.

Past Volumes:

TurnKing_Vol2-01 (1)

Volume 2

Young Vint and his friend Leif go to the city’s merchant to see if they can get some weapons to fight off the evil DDoS Dragon and it’s bots. The merchant gives them a magical firewall and explains to them that this is not all they need! Check back next week for chapter 3 of this epic tale!

TurnKing_Vol1-01

Volume 1

Young Vint dreams of saving his town from a DDoS attack by the DDoS Dragon and his bots! Check back next week for chapter 2 of this epic tale!

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The Adventures of TurnKing -The Merchant’s Firewall   no comments

Posted at Oct 1, 2013 @ 2:11pm TurnKey Kronicles,Web hosting

The Adventures of TurnKing!

TurnKing_Vol2-01 (1)

Chapter 2

Young Vint and his friend Leif go to the city’s merchant to see if they can get some weapons to fight off the evil DDoS Dragon and it’s bots. The merchant gives them a magical firewall and explains to them that this is not all they need! Check back next week for chapter 3 of this epic tale!

Past Volume:

TurnKing_Vol1-01

Volume 1

Young Vint dreams of saving his town from a DDoS attack by the DDoS Dragon and his bots! Check back next week for chapter 2 of this epic tale!

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Written by Dylan on October 1st, 2013

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Leaves Falling, Prices Falling – Get 50% Off a TON of our Products   no comments

Posted at Sep 24, 2013 @ 11:02am Deals and Promotions,green,Web hosting

bigstock-Pumpkins-38018842Summer flew by us here at our Upstate New York data center! And before we know it, the leaves will be turning colors and falling to the ground. But there is one thing that’s sure to stay green. You got it! Our state-of-the-art sustainable data center! With the expansion of a brand new cold containment pod, an Energy Star certification, and improving our data center to run off 100%  renewable energy, 2013 has been a pretty productive year for us.

Along with these awesome achievements, we have released updated versions of our web-conferencing platform, Voxwire, and our virtual hosted desktop, the TurnKey Desk 2.0, and have released our brand new High-Speed Stock Trader. Never a dull moment here at TurnKey!

But that’s not it! While the Summer is over and Fall is here, we wanted to give you guys  brand-spankin’-new offers! And why not do it the cheesiest way possible? So ladies and gentlemen, here you go:

As the leaves are falling, so are our prices! That’s right. The leaves are even turning TurnKey Orange! Okay, that’s enough… The point is, we want to give you all 50% off of a TON of our products and services. For a limited time, use the promo code FALL50 and get 50% of all our following items, PLUS MORE:

RESELLER HOSTING:

TurnKey Ultimate Professional I Reseller
Space: 50 GB RAID-10 ultra-fast disk systems (SSD, SATA 6GBPS, & SAS 15K RPM technology)
Bandwidth: WAS 250, now 500 GB Tier 1 Premium Bandwidth
CPU: Shared 1 – 24 Cores (CloudLinux enforced)
MEMORY: Shared up to 16 GB+ (CloudLinux enforced)
Dedicated IP addresses: 2
Free Billing System: WHMCS

Now $15/month (was $29.99!) | ORDER NOW

TurnKey Ultimate Professional II Reseller

Space: 100 GB RAID-10 ultra-fast disk systems (SSD, SATA 6GBPS, & SAS 15K RPM technology)

Bandwidth: WAS 500, now 1,000 GB Tier 1 Premium Bandwidth
CPU: Shared 1 – 24 Cores (CloudLinux enforced)
MEMORY: Shared up to 16 GB+ (CloudLinux enforced)
Dedicated IP Addresses: 3
Free Billing System: WHMCS

Now $25/month (was $49.99!) | ORDER NOW

TurnKey Ultimate ROOT I Reseller

Space: 50 GB RAID-10 ultra-fast disk systems (SSD, SATA 6GBPS, & SAS 15K RPM technology)
Bandwidth: WAS 2500, now 5,000 GB Tier 1 Premium Bandwidth
CPU: Dedicated 4 Cores
MEMORY: Dedicated 4 GB (upgrade up to 128 GB)
Dedicated IP Addresses: 4
VPS and Cloud Reseller Discount: 30%
Free Billing System: WHMCS

Now $65/month (was $129.99!) | ORDER NOW

SHARED HOSTING:

TurnKey Ultimate Personal
Space: 20 GB RAID 10 protected space (was 10 GB!)
Bandwidth: 200 GB Tier 1 premium bandwidth (was 100!)
Dedicated IP Addresses: Available
FREE SiteBuilder and TurnKey website building tools

Just $1.48/month (Originally $2.95/month) | ORDER NOW

TurnKey Ultimate Business
Space: 200 GB RAID 10 protected space (was 100 GB!)
Bandwidth: 2000 GB Tier 1 premium bandwidth (was 1000!)
Dedicated IP Addresses: Available
FREE SiteBuilder and TurnKey website building tools

Just $2.48/month (Originally $4.95/month) | ORDER NOW

TurnKey Ultimate eCommerce
Space: 400 GB RAID 10 protected space (was 200 GB!)
Bandwidth: 4000 GB Tier 1 premium bandwidth (was 2000!)
Dedicated IP Addresses: Yes
Free SSL Certificate ($69 Value): Yes
FREE SiteBuilder and TurnKey website building tools

Just $4.98/month (Originally $9.95/month) | ORDER NOW

SEO HOSTING:

SEO Bronze

  • was 5 now 10 Class C IPs
  • was 5 now 10 GB RAID-10 protected disk
  • was 50 now 100 GB Tier 1 bandwidth

Now $12.50 /month  (was $24.95!) | ORDER NOW

SEO Silver

  • was 10 now 20 Class C IPs
  • was 10 now 20 GB RAID-10 protected disk
  • was 100 now 200 GB Tier 1 bandwidth

Now $25.00/month (was $49.95!) | ORDER NOW

SEO Gold

  • was 20 now 40 Class C IPs
  • was 20 now 40 GB RAID-10 protected disk
  • was 200 now 400 GB Tier 1 bandwidth

Now $40.00/month (was $79.95!) | ORDER NOW

SEO Semi-Dedicated Server (VPS)

  • was 32 now 64 Class C IPs (you can upgrade up to 512 IPs!)
  • was 50 now 100 GB RAID-10 protected disk
  • was 1000 now 2000 GB Tier 1 bandwidth

Now $150.00/month (was $299!) | ORDER NOW

And while you’re at it check out our deals for VPS Hosting and for some Dedicated Servers!

 

VPS Hosting:

TURBO VPS 1

  • Linux or Windows
  • 3 GB RAM guaranteed
  • 30 GB RAID-10 SSD turbo disk space
  • Gigabit port included
  • 1 TB bandwidth
  • 2x 2.0 GHz CPU

Now $59.95/month! | ORDER NOW

TURBO VPS 2

  • Linux or Windows
  • 4 GB RAM guaranteed
  • 40 GB RAID-10 SSD turbo disk space
  • Gigabit port included
  • 1TB bandwidth
  • 4x 2.0 GHz CPU

Now $79.95/month! | ORDER NOW

TURBO VPS 3

  • Linux or Windows
  • 6 GB RAM guaranteed
  • 60 GB RAID-10 SSD turbo disk space
  • Gigabit port included
  • 2TB bandwidth
  • 6x 2.0 GHz CPU

Now $119.95/month! | ORDER NOW

TURBO VPS 4

  • Linux or Windows
  • 8 GB RAM guaranteed
  • 80 GB RAID-10 SSD turbo disk space
  • Gigabit port included
  • 2.5TB bandwidth
  • 8x 2.0 GHz CPU

Now $149/month! | ORDER NOW

Dedicated Servers:

Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550

  • Virtualization technology (VT) enabled
  • Visible CPU cores (4 physical CPU cores)
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 4 IP addresses
  • Choice of Linux or Windows operating systems
  • 250 GB SATA disk drive
  • 5,000 GB monthly bandwidth (2,500 in + 2,500 out)
  • Web reboot port

$29/month (Annual plan) – Must use coupon code “overstock”
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Dell R200

  • Virtualization technology (VT) enabled
  • Visible CPU cores (4 physical CPU cores)
  • 4 GB RAM
  • 4 IP addresses
  • Choice of Linux or Windows operating systems
  • 500 TB SATA disk drive
  • RAID: hardware RAID 0/1 optional
  • 10,000 GB monthly bandwidth (5,000 in + 5,000 out)
  • Web reboot port

$39/month (Annual plan) – Must use coupon code “overstock”
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Written by Dylan on September 24th, 2013

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