October 26th, 2004, 06:22 AM
Please Read: The Rules
Welcome to the Devshed Web Hosting Forums. This section is for any discussions concerning web hosting. Please keep all posts civil and professional.
We have the following forums for....
Web Hosting: Any discussions about the web hosting industry, reviews on web hosting companies.
Not to be used for a spot to spam your web hosting company, Not to be used as a spot to post your new offers.
Free Web Hosting:
Talk about free hosting and where you can find information on free hosting companies. Also feel free to post reviews of free hosting comapnies in here.
Not to be used for a spot to spam your web hosting company, Not to be used as a spot to post your new offers, and Not to be used as a spot to discuss paid hosting.
Web Hosting Offers:
The spot to post your special offers that your (or the company you work for) web hosting company is offering. Please try and keep the posts in here to once a week per company. Not a spot to discuss web hosting companies, Not a spot to constantly reply to your own topics to "bump" them up to the top.
Web Hosting Request:
The Request section is simply for requests, nothing more, nothing less. Potential customers can post requests inside this section. When posting a request please make sure that you post how much space/bandwidth you need as well as how many email accounts, ftp accounts, etc. Web hosts can no longer just say "Email me for a great deal" or "Visit my site for a deal" they must now post their deals within the post. At the same time, any host who posts an offer above the requested payment amount will have their post removed.
Any & All Unlimited Space or Bandwidth request/offers WILL be deleted.
If you notice anyone breaking these rules feel free to use the report thread option.
Thanks for reading the rules and enjoy your stay here at Devshed.
If you have any questions about any of the rules feel free to contact any of the moderators here in the Web Hosting section. They are computer, monsterhosting, and myself (jmweb).
Once again, thanks for visiting
Last edited by jmweb; November 1st, 2004 at 08:36 PM.
Nothing to see
December 8th, 2004, 02:40 AM
Also, please try to post all offers as openly as possible. It's better for you to post your offer in the forum than PMing or emailing it to the users. In some cases this is necessary but sometimes it can be unfair.
Don't bother posting your offer either unless it meets the users requests, unless its an obvious compromise.