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Best Web Hosting Coupon Websites

Welcome to Hosting Index! We started this website because we wanted to create lists of the best resources for things like web hosting, wordpress themes, domain names and more. But instead of creating these lists and sharing it only with each other, we decided to open it to the public and allow you to see the hosting companies and other related companies that we have had good experiences with and recommend to others.

First, our list of the Best Web Hosting Coupon Websites.

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Web Hosting Coupon Codes

This site offers promo codes for most of the popular hosting companies like GoDaddy, Blue Host, Hostgator and Media Temple. It also has reviews for most companies, as well as ‘best of’ lists for various types of hosting. This is a good website for learning what you need and getting a deal on it quickly.

FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/couponcodehoster/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattwebhosting


VPS Coupons

This is the ‘next-level’ hosting company site. They offer coupons for hosting companies with a focus on VPS (virtual private server) hosting. This is  great for companies or websites with high traffic. Most hosting companies offer at least some form of VPS in addition to shared hosting, so you’ll see the usual suspects as well as high end cloud hosting companies.


Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vpscoupons/



Hostgator is probably the second largest web hosting company in the world (the data from Europe is unreliable, so we have to guess). It offers every kind of hosting you could need, from its ‘hatchling’ hosting for 1 website to the high end dedicated hosting plans costing upwards of $300/month. They also have their own coupon page with the best coupons available.



Groupon has expanded from a discount website for local restaurants and shops to a massive online coupon code website. You’ll find pretty much every kind of coupon code you need from their website. They also tend to update their coupon pages quite frequently.


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Best Small Business Hosting:

Small Business Hosting Companies:

The fastest growing sector of the web hosting world is small business hosting. Whether it’s WordPress specialized hosting or a VPS plan that can handle thousands of email accounts, hosting plans for small businesses are the target market for most of the big hosting providers out there right now. We wanted to highlight some of our top picks for small business hosting.


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Small Business Hosting Advice as Well As Legal Advice!

Hiring Legal Counsel for Small Business Owners

Mention the word “legal” to most small business owners, and chances are good that they’ll cringe and recount a story about a bad, expensive experience. Too often reactionary, small business owners only think about legal services when there is an immediate need to seek and hire a lawyer, which can be time consuming and expensive. There is a better way. In the long run, hiring an in-house legal counsel can not only save time and money, they can provide invaluable advice and expertise, in areas both business-related and legal.

A Matter of Focus

One of the most important benefits of hiring an in-house legal counsel is focus. The attorney is an employee of the business, so he or she is 100 percent focused on the owner’s business; he or she has no other clients to divide their time and attention.

Some small business owners may question whether an in-house lawyer would have enough to do full time. After all, lawsuits are typically a rare event. There is often plenty for the in-house legal counsel to do–and not all of it involves preparing for legal action. Often, the in-house counsel focuses time on employment law matters, intellectual property concerns, contract compliance and more. Also, because the role of the in-house counsel is to mitigate against risk while also saving the business money, his or her advice often involves matters of general business strategy.

A Preventative Approach

In addition to focus, the mentality of an in-house counsel is unique. They look to prevent legal risk before it arises, rather than react to it after the fact. A dispute between two businesses may be able to be solved long before it reaches a point where one business sues the other. Likewise, the in-house legal counsel can spot issues that could become lawsuits and provide advice to the business owner about what it can do to avoid the problem.


Small business owners may see the benefit of hiring an in-house counsel, but they may be concerned about affordability. Legal counsel is not a revenue driver for the company. There is also a perception that legal counsel expect high salaries. While the industry averages do appear high (InHouseBlog.com estimates starting salaries at $87,000 for an attorney with 0-3 years of experience), it’s not uncommon to be able to hire a business attorney for less than $60,000 per year. When considering the high costs of legal fees and damages and weighing those potential costs against the legal counsel’s salary, there is often a savings in addition to general peace of mind that comes from having an expert whose job is to provide sound advice and mitigate against risk.

It’s Not for Everyone

Not every small business owners needs an attorney on their staff full time. But for industries that are heavily regulated or ones that operate in fast-paced, ever-changing environments, an in-house legal counsel can be an invaluable asset.