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February 24, 2021

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Great deal

This is actually one of the best hosting deals on Appsumo, purely due to great support. There are many "similar" offers on appsumo (in terms of tech background, features, limits etc), but so far only Umbrella is worth the money and time.

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Great speeds for the price

I am pleasantly surprised by the speeds that I received back from GTmetrix and pagespeed insights.

I am actually moving away from Cloudways which usually wouldn't be the right move as I love Cloudways, but i need to save some money this year. This is a 20i Reseller and there a few of them on appsumo and I have tried them all. Oddly enough they appeared to struggle with pagespeeds.

I gave umbrella a go and found it was perfectly suited for my small client sites, as a developer I had nothing to complain about.

For the price its worth a go. the domain set up complain - its simple enough once you get your head around it. it's not my firsts rodeo with 20i so i knew what I was doing in that respect.

The renewal price for a year is what I have been paying each month, and right now in this climate, I am happy for the savings!

If you are looking for an affordable host, then take a look right here. Oh and yes, a British company. I am British, so that helped me with my choice!

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Loaded deal!

This is a solid deal which definitely needs a better pitch. It comes up to about $70USD per year for the package which is decent for the features being provided.

Linux hosting is a learning curve for me as I was used to the comfort of CPanel. But rest assured, the one-click installation (Wordpress etc) is easy and adding your respective domains is a breeze. Similarly SSL activation was also just one-click. Think of the learning curve as moving from Windows to Mac - seems daunting in the beginning but is smooth sailing and with no surprises afterword. The speed and service has been good so far.

I primarily moved to Umbrella Host because:

- I had features (number of domain etc) limitations from my current host

-. I had to pay extra to add SSL

- The customer support was abysmal and super blah

The top three were resolved with Umbrella Host. These folks are super responsive with their customer support. I have heavily leaned on them with questions and I am happy to report they've been patient with me on this. On a couple of instances, they took screenshots to help me understand the process.

Here is what I will recommend for these guys;

1. You have a good product with a solid price. Write better pitch/copy in your blurbs so folks understand your value proposition.

2. Add USD equivalent in the price.

3. Consider a linux-based Wordpress hosting solution for people.

4. Add an idiots guide to 'how to start' especially for folks like myself. These are a bunch of questions you can now easily anticipate. Put it on your Youtube. This is a great way to position yourself.

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Glad you like our service. We try and help where we can.

Many thanks for your feedback. We will look at updating the 'blurb' so it's easier to understand :)

There are a few FDF downloads and KB articles avaliable once you signup included in the welcome email (at the bottom in case you missed it) which can help beginners. We will also look at updating these so it helps.

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The catch

i was rather weary of this deal, if it looks too good to be true it usually is. After the debacle of WP Super Hosts I approached this one with caution.

Checked out the company, they've been around a decent amount of time and are from my neck of the woods. So far so good.

Purchased the deal, redeemed the code and checked out the dashboard. The control panel is easy to use and this looked like it could be a great deal others need to check out.

So what is the catch? Well while it says unlimited domains what the page fails to mention is how you have to administer the domains. Rather than being separate, they all sit under a main domain control panel, when I contacted support about this they explained the other websites had to be uploaded as subfolders to the main site and didn't have their own control panel.

I couldn't get my head round it, especially as I've seen the system they use can have different domains with different control panels.

I can't comment on the hosting speed etc as the current backend setup isn't workable for me, I'd rather pay a bit more and not have the hassle of figuring out some work around system. If you're the same this is a decent offer for a single site 1 year hosting plan, but probably won't be good if you want to easily manage a few sites.

I've already given this feedback to the company and hope they might eventually be able to resolve this, If they do I'd happily take a second look,

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Hello MarkJDraper,

Many thanks for the honest feedback. Your comments have been taken on board. We hope in the future to be able to release a plan that can accomodate based on your requirements. For now I will get the info updated via appsumo to be a bit more clearer.

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So what you're basically saying is that they're offering a "Shared Hosting" service rather than a "Reseller Hosting" service like cPanel does?

That's the "norm" with a lot of hosting companies, so I don't see the problem for the price.

David

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Hello DavidCavanagh,

That,s correct. Spot on. We never said it was a 'reseller' hosting plan. Only that you get unlimited features to use for as many of your own domains as you need and with some people depending on how they work that could be ideal for using for client sites. Thanks for chipping in, appreciated.

user-avatar

Great deal

This is actually one of the best hosting deals on Appsumo, purely due to great support. There are many "similar" offers on appsumo (in terms of tech background, features, limits etc), but so far only Umbrella is worth the money and time.

user-avatar

Great speeds for the price

I am pleasantly surprised by the speeds that I received back from GTmetrix and pagespeed insights.

I am actually moving away from Cloudways which usually wouldn't be the right move as I love Cloudways, but i need to save some money this year. This is a 20i Reseller and there a few of them on appsumo and I have tried them all. Oddly enough they appeared to struggle with pagespeeds.

I gave umbrella a go and found it was perfectly suited for my small client sites, as a developer I had nothing to complain about.

For the price its worth a go. the domain set up complain - its simple enough once you get your head around it. it's not my firsts rodeo with 20i so i knew what I was doing in that respect.

The renewal price for a year is what I have been paying each month, and right now in this climate, I am happy for the savings!

If you are looking for an affordable host, then take a look right here. Oh and yes, a British company. I am British, so that helped me with my choice!

user-avatar

Loaded deal!

This is a solid deal which definitely needs a better pitch. It comes up to about $70USD per year for the package which is decent for the features being provided.

Linux hosting is a learning curve for me as I was used to the comfort of CPanel. But rest assured, the one-click installation (Wordpress etc) is easy and adding your respective domains is a breeze. Similarly SSL activation was also just one-click. Think of the learning curve as moving from Windows to Mac - seems daunting in the beginning but is smooth sailing and with no surprises afterword. The speed and service has been good so far.

I primarily moved to Umbrella Host because:

- I had features (number of domain etc) limitations from my current host

-. I had to pay extra to add SSL

- The customer support was abysmal and super blah

The top three were resolved with Umbrella Host. These folks are super responsive with their customer support. I have heavily leaned on them with questions and I am happy to report they've been patient with me on this. On a couple of instances, they took screenshots to help me understand the process.

Here is what I will recommend for these guys;

1. You have a good product with a solid price. Write better pitch/copy in your blurbs so folks understand your value proposition.

2. Add USD equivalent in the price.

3. Consider a linux-based Wordpress hosting solution for people.

4. Add an idiots guide to 'how to start' especially for folks like myself. These are a bunch of questions you can now easily anticipate. Put it on your Youtube. This is a great way to position yourself.

Hide replies 1
user-avatar

Glad you like our service. We try and help where we can.

Many thanks for your feedback. We will look at updating the 'blurb' so it's easier to understand :)

There are a few FDF downloads and KB articles avaliable once you signup included in the welcome email (at the bottom in case you missed it) which can help beginners. We will also look at updating these so it helps.

user-avatar

The catch

i was rather weary of this deal, if it looks too good to be true it usually is. After the debacle of WP Super Hosts I approached this one with caution.

Checked out the company, they've been around a decent amount of time and are from my neck of the woods. So far so good.

Purchased the deal, redeemed the code and checked out the dashboard. The control panel is easy to use and this looked like it could be a great deal others need to check out.

So what is the catch? Well while it says unlimited domains what the page fails to mention is how you have to administer the domains. Rather than being separate, they all sit under a main domain control panel, when I contacted support about this they explained the other websites had to be uploaded as subfolders to the main site and didn't have their own control panel.

I couldn't get my head round it, especially as I've seen the system they use can have different domains with different control panels.

I can't comment on the hosting speed etc as the current backend setup isn't workable for me, I'd rather pay a bit more and not have the hassle of figuring out some work around system. If you're the same this is a decent offer for a single site 1 year hosting plan, but probably won't be good if you want to easily manage a few sites.

I've already given this feedback to the company and hope they might eventually be able to resolve this, If they do I'd happily take a second look,

Hide replies 3
user-avatar

Hello MarkJDraper,

Many thanks for the honest feedback. Your comments have been taken on board. We hope in the future to be able to release a plan that can accomodate based on your requirements. For now I will get the info updated via appsumo to be a bit more clearer.

user-avatar

So what you're basically saying is that they're offering a "Shared Hosting" service rather than a "Reseller Hosting" service like cPanel does?

That's the "norm" with a lot of hosting companies, so I don't see the problem for the price.

David

user-avatar

Hello DavidCavanagh,

That,s correct. Spot on. We never said it was a 'reseller' hosting plan. Only that you get unlimited features to use for as many of your own domains as you need and with some people depending on how they work that could be ideal for using for client sites. Thanks for chipping in, appreciated.