A few days after the launch of a new moon-based web hosting service, a developer who goes by the name of webhostinger started receiving emails from users who were interested in renting the company’s web hosting services.
It was a curious development for web hosting to see, since moon hosting is one of the more popular services in Ireland, and there’s little evidence of its existence in the United States.
“We’re not really sure why we’re getting these emails,” webhostingers co-founder Tom Fitzgerald told ABC News.
“It was definitely unexpected to see that.”
It’s possible that some users simply did not want to pay for moon hosting services, but Fitzgerald said they’re not alone.
“I think the biggest thing for us is the fact that it’s a relatively new industry, and people are still figuring out what the heck is a web hosting provider and why they need to use one,” he said.
He believes there are several reasons for this.
“There are a lot of misconceptions about web hosting that come from the misconception that it was just an old-fashioned, slow-loading website, and that it had no ability to handle the kind of load we see in the modern web,” he explained.
But moon hosting can be a bit of a gamble.
“A lot of people think that they can rent web hosting for $5 a month, but they’re probably paying way more for it than they would be if they were just renting it,” he added.
In order to find the best moon hosting company for you, it’s important to do your homework.
Start with moon-hosting.com, a site where you can find moon-themed sites and other resources, and then contact a moon-focused web host, such as webhosters.com or moon-webhosting-services.com.
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