When we first launched No Support Linux Hosting, some people were understandably skeptical. Web Hosting is generally considered to be a service style business and the center of service within the web hosting industry is often the technical support staff. Over the past couple of years, we have managed to change that perception. No Support Linux Hosting has popularized fast, reliable, and cheap web hosting without amateur-centric technical support.
The October 2011 issue of Web Host Industry Review magazine included an article titled "The Killer Business Model" that highlighted No Support Linux Hosting and our commitment to ignoring support questions and passing the savings on to you.
During the keynote speech at the 2011 cPanel Summit, Ditlev Bredahl (CEO of OnApp), singled out No Support Linux Hosting as a company with a simple, but fairly ingenious premise.
Tom's Hardware featured No Support Linux Hosting in an article about using SSD drives in data centers.
We are active members of the Web Hosting Talk forum, posting as NoSupportLinuxHostin. We answer questions on a broad range of topics, including, blogging, server configuration, running a web hosting business, server hardware, RAID, SAN, etc. We enjoy being members of the online community where we can discuss all of the exciting topics within the web hosting industry.
The first time we said "We ignore the support questions and pass the savings on to you", some people thought we were nuts, but not anymore. We have earned their trust month after month, and year after year by delivering exactly what we said we would. No Support Linux Hosting delivers fast, reliable, and cheap web hosting to experts who don't ask amateur questions.