I have used Bluehost for a few years. Helios introduced me to the guy who runs the place.
He is a big proponent of FLOSS and contributes his own work under a copyleft license.
Their servers run CentOS.
I pay $5.95 per month with one year domain name included and domain is 9.95 per year after that.http://www.bluehost.com/
He means you can register a domain, say plodr.com, with a domain registrations site like GoDaddy
for about $15/year. However, you would also need to pay for a server provider to host your website and email. That can be done relatively cheaply, too. Companies like Green Geeks
are pretty inexpensive.
Sadly, for someone like myself with ZERO disposable income at the moment, this is not an option.
You could host your own on a home server running just about any linux you want. Then you'd just have to register the domain. Oh, and pay the electricity.
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