Month: June 2015

Onesimcard Review

The borders are falling. For many years, it was insanely expensive to take your American phone overseas. That’s changing, with roaming SIM card deals and some excellent new roaming data packages from major U.S. carriers. It can be hard to compare the options, though. OneSimCard […]

Norton Security Review

Norton Security with Backup streamlines nine previously separate products into one internet security suite. While competitors pursue needlessly complicated product family architectures, Norton Security with Backup has simplified its internet security software. Performance is more important than features, however, and Norton Security with Backup is an […]

StableHost Review

StableHost provides low-cost hosting services with simple script installation and basic tech
support. Their service includes popular control panels, such as cPanel. They use Litespeed, rather
than Apache, on all their servers, so your site loads fast. Your sites will be protected from
resource hogging by CloudLinux.


Technical assistance is available 24/7. However, your support contact method and priority will
vary depending on the type of account you have. Premium accounts, such as the Enterprise Web
Hosting plans, earn you priority placement in the support queue so your questions are answered
faster. In addition, you’ll be able to contact live support via telephone. Some accounts may only
email or ticket for support. You may also access the knowledgebase or forums.


No matter which type of hosting you choose, you’ll receive several features.

  • 99.9 percent uptime guarantee
  • 45 money back guarantee
  • Free site transfer
  • Litespeed web server
  • CloudLinux

Web Hosting

You will find a selection of plans with basic shared hosting or enterprise shared hosting. They’re
suitable for individuals to medium businesses.

  • Webalizer, Analog, and AWStats
  • RVSiteBuilder Pro
  • Softaculous
  • R1Soft daily backups
  • Internet message access protocol (IMAP), post office protocol 3 (POP3), and simple mail
    transfer protocol (SMTP)
  • PHP hypertext preprocessor
  • Percona, MySQL
  • Perl
  • Server side includes (SSI)
  • Unlimited* bandwidth
  • Unlimited* domains and email
  • Unlimited* MySQL
  • Unlimited* file transfer protocol (FTP) accounts
  • Shared
    • Up to 20 GB disk space, depending on plan selected
    • Server starts at 24 GB RAM
    • Email only support
    • 25 percent of one CPU
    • 10 MySQL connections
  • Enterprise
    • Up to 40 GB disk space, depending on plan selected
    • Priority support; email and phone
    • 100 percent of two CPU core resources
    • Script troubleshooting
    • 50 MySQL connections

Reseller Hosting

Available in three pricing tiers, reseller accounts are also shared web hosting, so they share many
similar features.

  • Up to 40 GB disk space, depending on plan selected
  • Up to 1000 GB bandwidth, depending on plan selected
  • Up to unlimited* clients, depending on plan selected
  • Private nameservers included
  • Unlimited* parked, add-on, and subdomains
  • Unlimited* email accounts, forwards, autoresponders, and mailing
  • Webalizer, AWStats
  • RVSiteBuilder Pro
  • Softaculous
  • Starting at 12 GB RAM on server
  • Secure shell (SSH) access
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • Perl
  • SSI

*When hosts describe anything as “unlimited,” it is typically boundless except in cases of
abuse. A user may be charged a penalty or be required to subscribe to a more robust package if
they are overburdening the servers.

Virtual Private Servers (VPS)

Scalable hosting solutions perfect for you if your site needs robust resources.

    • Up to 60 GB disk space, depending on plan selected
    • Up to 5000 GB bandwidth, depending on plan selected
    • Up to 2048 MB guaranteed and 2560 MB burstable RAM, depending on plan selected
    • SolusVM control panel
    • One IPv4 and five IPv6 internet protocol (IP) addresses
    • Full Root access
    • Instant reboots and reinstalls

Graphical CPU and memory stats

  • Choice of operating system: Debian, Fedora, CentOS, or Ubuntu
  • Nodes start at 12 GB RAM


  • Constant support
  • Popular control panels and script support
  • Wide range of pricing tiers


  • Live support comes only with more expensive plans
  • Script troubleshooting is a premium support option
  • All pre-packaged plans; no focus on custom solutions

The Verdict

StableHost offers a range of hosting services similar to most web hosting providers today. The
plans are affordably priced and come with suitable resources for individuals and small to
medium businesses. Features include familiar and popular software, such as Softaculous. They’ll
support installation of many scripts. VPS plans are available for those who’ve outgrown the
shared plans. You will not find dedicated servers or large scale enterprise level hosting services
here. If you’re a small business, launching a basic website through StableHost should provide you just what you need.

Clicksense Review

Clixsense is PTC + Survey website (Pay to click service) in which you can earn money by viewing advertisements. You can earn from $0.001 to $0.02 on per click. You can also earn money in Clixsense by completing the surveys. Who can work in Clixsense? Clixsense […]

The Raw Food World Review

The Raw Food World is the largest online Raw Food & Superfoods store in the world. The CEO Matt Monarch has dedicated his life to sourcing the highest quality Raw Foods and Superfoods on the planet. As seen on Matt’s YouTube channel, you’ll see many […] Review

As a career resource,’s tools separate the search engine from its competitors, but the lack of some expected application features may turn off job seekers looking for speed and efficiency.


Like LinkedIn, is uprooting the traditional resume. creates a visually appealing infographic of your work history, skills, accomplishments, and awards, which acts as a destination to point contacts and recruiters to. By keeping this information updated, you not only have a professional online presence to promote yourself but also a more artistic way to stand out to potential employers.


If you like to keep up on all the latest trends, news, and opinions in your industry, then’s Career Network is for you. Join the conversation in one of the hundreds of interactive talent communities. These communities are great places to uncover industry insights for use in an interview or when networking for a job. Millions of people use these communities every day to share information and to support others seeking jobs in their industry.


If you’re considering a completely different career,’s personality assessment tool is a great starting point since it helps you figure out what motivates you and helps identify your perfect job. The free personality questionnaire shows you what personality type you fall into. After you complete the test, you receive a Candidate Personality Assessment and Career Mapping Analysis Report to help you match your personality type to career paths that are ideal for you.


If you’re willing to spend some money during your job hunt, for $24.95 per month, loads you up with tools to help you get noticed. For instance, you get listed on top in employers’ databases when you apply to one of their jobs, which increases the chances of getting your application read. Additionally,’s Twitter job feed and premium company search tools add more ways you can find a great job.


Jamplay Review

Interested in Jamplay online guitar lessons but not sure if it’s worth your time & money? I’ve been teaching private guitar lessons for several years and studied music at the college level. In this in-depth Jamplay review, I’ll share my experience having a full access […]

Allegromedical Review

Mission Statement Allegro’s mission is to dominate the Internet sales of life enhancing products. Through innovation and a strong focus on customer service, we will provide our customers with the distinct advantage of unparalleled product selection, competitive prices and the convenience of speedy home delivery. […]

Webroot Antivirus Review

Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus is more than antivirus software. It is antimalware. It stops the viruses and worms that exist in order to infect other computers, but it also protects you during web surfing sessions by blocking harmful websites. And it takes down spyware that tries to deceive you or exploit vulnerabilities in operating systems. Spyware steals information about you and sends it to someone else. Some spyware is fairly benign. Adware, for example, watches you in order to tailor advertisements based on your habits. Adware can also happen with your consent if you opt to use a free service that involves accepting ads. Another less-lethal form of spyware is the tracking cookie. Advertising companies install cookies on your computer in response to you clicking on ads. Unless you delete it, the advertiser will know when you visit a site with its ads.

If spyware was just adware and tracking cookies, it would be bad enough. But there are worse forms. Some spyware changes computer settings, slows internet connections and slows your home page. A jealous spouse or suspicious lover can use spyware to monitor you. Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus insulates you from such attempts to infect your PC. Furthermore, Webroot is an honest product, not to be confused with dozens of fake antispyware products designed to trick you. This antivirus software reflects sound design approaches to the user interface and takes advantage of Windows features to promote ease of use.

Antivirus software such as Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus frustrates malware in a couple of ways. It scans data and blocks viruses that it detects. And it removes malware that is already lodged in a computer. You can tell it to scan your PC according to a schedule that you select. It looks at the Windows registry, operating system files and applications to give you a list of threats. Because having the latest threat signatures does not protect against a brand new, zero-day threat, Webroot uses other ways to detect threats based on their behaviors or by comparison with known threat families. The actual signature database in Webroot is not gigantic because it relies more on analyzing behaviors of suspected malware based on data that Webroot keeps in the cloud. The architecture of Webroot is code with a small footprint that uses information in the cloud. It is compact and efficient. After a full system scan, Webroot scans a PC in a couple of minutes. This software is lean and mean. Unfortunately, because of the way it works, it doesn’t lend itself to testing by third-party test labs, so it is difficult to compare its performance to the competition.

This antivirus software is well documented. Webroot supports you via live email and telephone. Review is a leading provider for Binary Options Trading worldwide, owned and operated by Binary Ltd. The company is fully licensed and regulated under IOM, and has been providing financial trading services to over 300,000 International audience since 1999. This trading platform covers almost every […]