Shared Web Hosting


Fast and Secure!

Powered by the Apache web server, MySQL database and Postfix / Dovecot email.

For higher performance distributed WordPress or Joomla hosting see our other services.
Website Data Security
Our cPGuard security system protects your websites from brute force attack, malware, Wordpress vulnerabilities and more.
Fast Servers.
Fast processors, RAID SSD storage and sparsely populated servers for the best performance and experience.
Scalable Growth
Upgrade easily as needed. Our plans ensure your website resources can keep up with your expanding needs.
ePanel Pro Management System

MediaServe Pro Management System

MediaServe Pro is a hosting control panel that is very attractive, modern and very functional. All websites are containerized for the of security, and protected by our cPGuard security system.

Free Kopage Website Builder

Kopage is the easiest to use website builder we've ever seen in our 24 years of service! You can quickly build an attractive, mobile friendly website complete with a blog, shopping cart and more! In fact our own website was built by Kopage!

The following video steps you through a quick demo of the Kopage website builder. You'll see how easy it is to use and design your website with ease.

Monthly Pricing

Our shared hosting plans offer anything you want to host, including installation of the Kopage builder if you want an easy to use website builder experience.
per month
  • 2 Containerized Websites
  • 1 Staging Website
  • 10 Email Accounts
  • 10 Alias Domains
  • 10 Sub Domains
  • 10 GB Website Storage
  • 10 GB Email Storage
  • 100 GB Bandwidth
  • Add to cart
per month
  • 4 Containerized Websites
  • 2 Staging Websites
  • 20 Email Accounts
  • 20 Alias Domains
  • 20 Sub Domains
  • 20 GB Website Storage
  • 20 GB Email Storage
  • 250 GB Bandwidth
  • Add to cart
per month
  • 6 Containerized Websites
  • 3 Staging Websites
  • 30 Email Accounts
  • 30 Alias Domains
  • 30 Sub Domains
  • 30 GB Website Storage
  • 30 GB Email Storage
  • 500 GB Bandwidth
  • Add to cart

Frequently Asked Questions

Websites, Alias Domains and Sub Domains?
Our hosting plans provide 2 or more containers. Each website is physically separated and can often reside on different servers within the hosting panel cluster. An alias domain is an extra domain name that redirects to the primary website, and use useful domains on different TLDs with the same SLD. An example is where and redirect there. A subdomain is an extra host on the TLD. with a separate document root for an extra website. An example is our primary website where our account system is hosted at
What is containerization?
There are two or more containers between the small, medium and large plans. A container segregates its website from all other websites on the same server, including your own websites' containers. Once you've been provisioned on the MediaServe Pro panel, log in and visit Websites on the left menu. There you access your website and create new ones in a separate container. Within an existing website, click on it and you can access the Domains menu to add Addon domains, Subdomains and Aliases. This is the difference between a website created with the Websites left menu and creating addition domains within an existing. website. The first is containerized and the others created in the Domains menu is within its container. This gives you extra security. If you have multiple containers and fail to update a vulnerability with a website hosted on one container, your other containers protect other websites from each other. The medium and large plans can separate hosted domains to one container or another in whatever arrangement you choose.
What is the difference between websites and email storage?
We separate email and website storage between separate servers, meaning that email processing doesn't affect the website processing as they're handled separately. Your website storage stores your website content and email storage is dedicated to the number email accounts created and it's data. Each is handled by a different server, making the system truly distributed.