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a startup idea shared by Sasmito Adibowo on 06/27/2012

When your budget only affords to host your site in a shared web hosting company, choosing which one that's best is tricky. Their rates varies but it's difficult to gauge their sites reliability, performance, and uptime. It would be great if there is a central location that can measure website's speed (as in average page load time per kilobyte) and uptime and correlate them with which webhost company that they're hosted on. That is, give out an average (with standard deviation) of the websites managed by a given shared web hosting company. Then correlate these numbers with the hosting packages & prices that they offer.



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