I recently moved my blog off of WebHost4Life where I have had it hosted for a couple years now. Apparently the traffic on my blog was causing a load on their servers. I never fully believed it was my blog’s fault since they didn’t give me any convincing evidence.
In any case, it is a fitting time to move it to my company’s dedicated server (at 1and1) and my blog is now blazingly fast compared to before. I figure rather than paying WH4L for hosting, I might as well pay my own company for the privilege.
I switched DNS over and so far no problems. In case you are wondering, I use ZoneEdit.com for my DNS servers. They are a free DNS provider and I have not had any problems with them at all. Very simple to set up and use.
The key benefit of having all my DNS over there is that everytime I change hosting provider, I don’t have to change the root DNS servers at my Domain Registrar.
Since I have already paid for a year at WH4L, I will probably set up a Subtext blog for my younger brother and some of his friends there.