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Old 12-31-2011, 08:52 AM   #1
Hatrik Paul
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Who else has very bad experience with inmotion hosting?

My story: I used to be with greengeeks but switched to inmotionhosting for several reasons. As soon as I switched the site became extremely slow. Since my site was and is still in production I didn't care much about the speed. But since the content is getting bigger and bigger it takes around 5 seconds to load a new page and that is annoying for production.

When I inmotionhosting I was told that everything is fine with server. When I run the website offline on my local computer I've got an extremely good performance.

Do they simply overload their server with too many websites? Can this explain the extreme performance difference between greengeeks and inmotionhosting?
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