FOMO: Free Of Missing Out - This Year's On Us (£0.01/FREE Budget Hosting For 1 Year)

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edited February 15 in Offers

I'm here to let you know about a little promotion I posted on version six thousand of the SmallWeb Blog last week:

We're offering one year of any Budget Hosting plan for free (or for a minimum fee of £0.01) for the 1st year.

If you don't know what our Budget Hosting is - it's small but powerful DirectAdmin hosting with CloudLinux, Softaculous, Let's Encrypt and much more on fast* (*3GHz minimum) servers with NVMe or SSD storage.

  • Limited to 1 per Customer.
  • £0.01 charge is included to pass fraud checks if you don’t have an existing SmallWeb service.
  • Contents hosted must abide by our Acceptable Use Policy.
  • Stocks may vary per plan and location.
  • Plans will renew at standard rates after one year.
  • Promotion cannot be applied to existing services.
  • Must be claimed before 1st February 2021.

Read More Here: https://blog.smallweb.net/this-years-on-us/

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  • Nice offer, perfect for me rn 🇬🇧

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    Greetings from 🇩🇪 Gummersbach , Xenic.

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

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    @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    How are you handing htaccess rewrites ?

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    @seriesn said:

    @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    How are you handing htaccess rewrites ?

    For reloading OLS after a rewrite or?

    Michael from SmallWeb - Please use official support methods for help.

  • seriesnseriesn Hosting ProviderOG

    @SmallWeb said:

    @seriesn said:

    @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    How are you handing htaccess rewrites ?

    For reloading OLS after a rewrite or?

    Yeah. Restart after each rewrite ?

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    @seriesn said:

    @SmallWeb said:

    @seriesn said:

    @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    How are you handing htaccess rewrites ?

    For reloading OLS after a rewrite or?

    Yeah. Restart after each rewrite ?

    So https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=2097 says "Please note that DirectAdmin provides customers an ability to reload OpenLiteSpeed directly from the user level, and does this automatically for the .htaccess files edited in File Manager. It's also reloaded automatically when uploaded using FTP".

    Other use-cases would need the cron job, perhaps?

    Michael from SmallWeb - Please use official support methods for help.

  • @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    I never did but I wanted to suggest, and to have OLS, if not Nginx. Plain Apache would eat server resources quickly. It's good that you are considering it. On your website, you can also recommend users to use LSCache (over other cache plugins) on the locations using OLS.

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    MS said:

    @SmallWeb said:
    Good to know :smile:

    If you're hosted in Luxembourg, Melbourne or New York let us know how your website is performing as we've just started converting to OpenLiteSpeed. PS thanks to the user who actually suggested OLS a few weeks back, I tried to search for the post but I could not find it.

    I never did but I wanted to suggest, and to have OLS, if not Nginx. Plain Apache would eat server resources quickly. It's good that you are considering it. On your website, you can also recommend users to use LSCache (over other cache plugins) on the locations using OLS.

    Great to know! If all goes smoothly I'll have everything running OLS for consistency :)

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG
    edited February 5

    Thanks for all the takers. Hope you enjoy your free year!

    If you're one of the suckers that paid for hosting.. why not make some money back? We've raised our affiliate commission from 10% to 15%!

    https://smallweb.net/order/affiliates/signup/

    Please see this post as the end of the promotion in this thread.

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  • vyasvyas OGContent Writer

    @SmallWeb

    If you're one of the suckers that paid for hosting

    But... but... you gave all that credit for topping up accounts. Now who is the sucker?

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    @vyas said:
    @SmallWeb

    If you're one of the suckers that paid for hosting

    But... but... you gave all that credit for topping up accounts. Now who is the sucker?

    Michael from SmallWeb - Please use official support methods for help.

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