Coldfusion Hosting

Hi,

I am looking for good cheap shared coldfusion hosting any suggestions?
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ps3ud0c0d3Commented:
hmmm.. not sure if this is the best but i recommend Lunarpages ( http://www.lunarpages.com/basic-hosting )

they have a good support and cheap price too.. i also heard some reviews for them before..
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BongSooCommented:
I use daily razor. Its reasonable.

www.dailyrazor.com/ 
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SidFishesCommented:
a lot of people use godaddy

https://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/hosting/shared.asp?ci=8886

(i have my own server so I can't give you an opinion on them)

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BuddyKing60626Commented:
Godaddy will cease supporting ColdFusion in "90 days", I was just told by their support.
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_agx_Commented:
@Buddy - Best to post an official link from godaddy's site supporting that.
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billfusionCommented:
I just received an email that they're discontinuing CF Support.  There is no link to the message in the email, but here is a copy.  I've been using them for many many years, and have many sites hosted there.  Now, I have to look for another provider.  I am rather disappointed:

 ColdFusion EMail from GoDaddy
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_agx_Commented:
Thanks for posting it.  Sadly it sounds official.  Sorry ya'll have to go through the hassle of finding a new host.  Best of luck with the move.
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BuddyKing60626Commented:
Thanks for all the information. I have/am moving my sites to dailyrazor. Have read many pros and cons, but the price is right and they have been very responsive so far. I have been dealing with godaddy for so long I have to to wish them a RIP. I have never been decorated for business decisions, but alienating a community of developers (who network) can't be good for business.
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billfusionCommented:
@BuddyKing: Would yo let us know how your move goes and what you think about DailyRazor?

Thanks
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BuddyKing60626Commented:
Sure. I will keep you posted. Their setup/control panels are much more intuitive and user friendly. If I could have used "green" in there I would have exhausted all my buzz words.
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