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I am looking to start a website, and I need to know some good and reliable web hosting services. Do you guys of the TTG know of any that are excellent?

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#2. Posted:
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Could you let us know if your looking to do either of the following?:

Use a Pre-Made Template OR Have The Site Custom Coded
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There's not enough information provided to recommend a hosting service. However, I'd recommend buying your domain from Google's domain services.
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I've always gone with StableHost, brilliant services and great support.
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Depends. Seeing that this is your first time, any shared hosting will do the trick. GoDaddy is what I am using for a few small projects. If you want to be fancy then try cloud hosting (like AWS).
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This is a very good website and is currently what im using.
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GoDaddy is defiantly one of the best. (this has everything)
If all you need is a domain though, try Google Domains. (this only has domains)
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I recommend learning to host your own through a Apache/Nginx/Cowboy/Other web server installed on a VPS or dedicated server. Check out AWS or Digital Ocean.
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Im currently hosting a gaming blog on godaddy. And no problems, although I might need to upgrade storage as I seem to be running out.
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I personally choose to use one.com They have always been reliable and offer solid support. GoDaddy works good too though.
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