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BrainHost offers shared hosting products only in two tiers: business or consumer. Business is about three times as much per month as consumer. Contact customer support for more details on what separates the two plans.
Yes. BrainHost has a free site migration service. However, there are no details available on their site. Contact customer support for more information.
That's correct. Currently, BrainHost offers no VPS or dedicated hosting products.
BrainHost includes Fantastico! on all shared hosting plans, which provides easy access to hundreds of applications. Applications available include popular CMSs like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal and shopping carts like Magento and Zen Cart.
BrainHost offers a 30-day money-back guarantee on all shared hosting plans. Setup fees, domain registration, and some upgrades are non-refundable. See their Terms of Service for more information (look under "REFUND POLICY").
Yes they do. They guarantee 99.9% uptime, but do not provide any details in their Terms of Service. Contact customer support for more information.
You can pay via PayPal, BitCoin, Alipay, and major credit cards. They operate on a monthly billing cycle only, with no discounts available for longer contracts.
BrainHost has self-directed support via a knowledge center and video tutorials. They also provide standard support through email, ticketing, and live via cPanel.
BrainHost does not say where their datacenters are located anywhere on their site. Their own website is hosted with RockSolid Networks, which is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. According to customer press releases, their headquarters is in Akron, OH.
BrainHost supports PHP 5, Perl 5, Python, and Ruby on Rails as well as other industry standard programs like Java.
They offer spam assassin protection, SSLs, Open PGP/GPG encryption, and a range of server redundancies and securities both within the server and physical security for their datacenter.
BrainHost offers courtesy site backups on all accounts and has a video tutorial for how to back-up your site manually on their website.
BrainHost provides access via cPanel. This access is included in all plans.
Yes they do. But they do stipulate in their Terms of Service that they are a web hosting company, and thus customers cannot use their accounts for online storage or backups. Also, if MySQL databases get too large, they may cancel your account without notice. As for bandwidth, they do say it's unlimited but if your website starts to impact the performance of other sites, BrainHost reserves the right to throttle your traffic.
No. BrainHost makes no mention of a CDN network nor do they mention a third party option like CloudFlare.
BrainHost offers truly unlimited domains per account for all their shared policies. However, domain registration is not free and not included in the cost of their shared plans.
BrainHost offers Launch Pad, an easy website builder that will get a site up and running in "just 5 clicks" according to the BrainHost website.
Yes. Their datacenter is 100% powered by wind.
Yes. When you sign up to BrainHost, they give you a set amount in ad credits spread across Google AdWords, Bing, Yahoo, Facebook, and Shopsite. They also have an intro packet to web advertising including traffic generation resources, SEO help, and social media marketing basics. Finally, they provide access to Attracta to further help with SEO.
Yes. They offer a per-sale program.