Aug 16 2011

First Post, First Blog, First Paid Host!

Category: Randomksg91 @ 3:04 pm

Well well well..

Finally, the moment, I was waiting for so long, has come.  I always wanted to be a regular blogger and wanted to start blogging about my interests (i.e. programming/coding and tech) but there were two things stopping me from doing this, Time and Laziness. No doubt, I had a blog in past (I shouldn’t be calling it a blog! :X) that contained only single post, and that too was just copy-paste of my First Impressions of Nokia N8 that I posted on Chip India Forum

But at last I made up my mind yesterday and bought and a hosting plan from Expertrio . This is my first paid hosting. I have been doing some web coding since 2008 but never felt necessity to buy a paid host just because I wasn’t serious about this things. But then, It was time to go for the first paid host.

This host was suggested to by Sathya Bhat and Abhisek Dutta. As I trust them more, I decided to go for this hosting company without even checking for reviews from other guys or even didnt go for the trial plan offered by the nice guys at Expertrio. And First Impression about this hosting is very nice. I filled up the details and ordered the plan and the next minute my account was active.
During order, something may have gone wrong and my domain ( wasn’t added to my hosting plan. But with in a minute of the time I bought plan, I was DM’d on twitter by one of their tech representative about this and the next minute it was fixed. I am really impressed with their prompt support. I will really recommend their hosting.

Well, now no more things are coming in my mind to write into my first post! And already getting late for my snooker match with a friend. So TATA! Bye! 🙂

27 Responses to “First Post, First Blog, First Paid Host!”

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  2. Gaurav Prabhu says:

    Wish you good luck.
    Would be a regular here if you post regularly.

  3. Tanvir says:

    Woww!! Congo bro:)

  4. Abhisek says:

    Hey dude,
    I am sure, you would love the host. When Sathya first suggested me to check out E3, I was skeptic. I didn’t want to spend too much on hosting. So the budget plan was fine for me. That would give me 500Mb. This may sound less, but we should use a web-host for hosting scripts that won’t run otherwise, IMHO. Say for example, I host JavaScript and CSS files in my public Dropbox folder, photos hosted either by Picasa (you get 1gig) or (3gig). So, the only things that I run on E3 are couple of project management solutions for clients and of course, the homepages.

    Also, thanks for the mention. Feels humbled.


  5. Arpan Raval says:

    Oh congrates brother………..really nice written..

  6. parth says:

    Hey bro….congrats….

  7. Mushahid Khatri says:

    Congrats….. dude……
    Wish you a very best of luck

  8. Bhaskar (The Eminem) says:

    congratulation… carry on..

  9. GirishTech says:

    Congrats Buddy…I’m sure U will rock it

  10. Sathya says:

    Congrats! The theme looks good, hope you stick to a regular schedule of posting.

  11. Youngestdj says:

    Wow cool! Looking forward to your blog posts.

  12. Dha...1 says:

    Oh! Good! Congos! Let’s meet (today if possible, but I doubt I’ll be free…)

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