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    Hello all,
    As I have said in introduction I had worked in an outsourcing company and their main target is to provide image/web design services over various clients. I have several websites by my own. I am also trying to sell designs to various customers through my websites. Two of my websites are getting bigger so I would like to host them in VPS or Cloud server. I was googling and found out about atlantic.net, They are offering $15 free trial credit on their cloud server. I am thinking to use this feature and test their service. After that, I will host my main websites there if I get satisfactory service from them. In the meantime, I am looking their customer feedback but didn't get much. So, I was wondering if you have experience with them then it would be helpful for me to decide if you share here.

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    Moved to the correct forum. Please try to make sure that your questions are posted in the right forums - this not only helps to keep the forums running smoothly, but you'll get more, and usually better, answers if you do.
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    By searching Google I found some reviews:
    http://www.webhostingstuff.com/review/Atlanticnet.html
    You can also view their testimonials:
    http://www.atlantic.net/About-Us/testimonials.html

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    Never heard of them, and I don't give much credit to any "review sites that strictly web hosting". Why do you ask ? Because between the shill post from company employees that see only goin to give great reviews, and the competitors reviews that are only going to give bad reviews... The review sites are pretty useless... So now you're asking "why and how do review sites stay in business ?", if you noticed all the ads they run... They "the owners of the review site" are only interested in making money.

    You're doing the right thing by trying to ask others, so read the reviews with a grain of salt. Hope someone with real experience actually answers.

    In all honesty, I know numerous developers and designers that have one master account for turn key sites, but many others run their own reseller programs ( I do ), for clients that want to be in control of everything. For those that want me to manage everything, I put them on one of my co located servers.

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    I'm in a similar boat as WZ...I have a dedicated server that I put the things I require full control over, and I have different clients with different hosting plans on different server. If you can find a good host, stick with them.

    As far as atlantic.net goes, if you don't see any legit reviews (and again, as WZ said, read reviews with mostly a grain of salt...but be prepared to take the well-written non-shill ones seriously), then the only way you're going to find out is to try them and see. I doubt you'll find a lot of people with a lot of experience with them because they're not a "brand" (I hate that word!) like a GoDaddy or a HostGator or a Netfirms. NOTE: none of those are endorsements of companies. They're just names of companies people are more likely to have experience with.
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