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Basic plan

Ideal for small personal sites

$3.74/mo.   
$25.00 set up fee
  • Free domain
  • Support
    24-hr phone & email
  • Site pages
    10
  • Email addresses
    250
  • Ad credit
  • Disk space
    100GB
  • Data transfer
    1000 GB/month
  • Site design tools
    Yahoo only
Advanced plan

Ideal for business sites

$5.99/mo.   
$25.00 set up fee
  • Free domain
  • Support
    24-hr phone & email
  • Site pages
  • Email addresses
  • Ad credit
  • Disk space
    500GB
  • Data transfer
    5000 GB/month
  • Site design tools
    Yahoo + 3rd party
  • Programming languages
    PHP, Perl
Premier plan

Ideal for heavy traffic sites

$8.99/mo.   
$25.00 set up fee
  • Free domain
  • Support
    24-hr phone & email
  • Site pages
  • Email addresses
  • Ad credit
  • Disk space
  • Data transfer
  • Site design tools
    Yahoo + 3rd party
  • Programming languages
    PHP, Perl

Website hosting features

Customize website
Customize website
  • Simple site design tools make it easy to create your own website.
  • No downloads, special software, or tech experience is necessary—everything you need is online.
  • You can customize free professional designs from Yahoo Web Hosting to suit your business.
  • A step-by-step guide and checklist walk you through creating a site.
  • We offer support for third-party design and development tools (Advanced and Premier plans only). Learn more »
Interactive Features
Interactive Features
  • Photo galleries and slideshows provide a geat way to visually promote your business. View sample
  • Video galleries are perfect for product demos, speeches, testimonials from happy customers, and more. View sample
  • Visitors can play or download any audio tracks you post, such as original music, readings, sermons, and more.
  • Customizable forms capture valuable contact info and help you generate new leads. View sample
  • Maps and driving directions can help customers easily find your business. View sample
  • Dynamic content and other tools to engage visitors can be added to your site using Widgetbox.
  • Google AdSense ads on your site offer a way to earn additional revenue as your site traffic grows.
  • Use social networks like Facebook and Twitter to interact with your customers and prospects.
Secure and reliable
Secure and reliable
  • Yahoo Web Hosting sites are up and running 99.9% of the time.
  • Your website is backed up in different geographic locations so it will stay live in an emergency.
  • Your website runs on a Unix operating system and Apache servers.
  • Password protection is available for your accounts and sections of your website (Advanced and Premier plans only).
  • Shared SSL certificates and encryption protect the information customers submit to your site (Advanced and Premier plans only).
  • For an additional fee, you can sign up for the Norton Secured Seal to establish even more credibility with customers. Learn more
Unparallel value
Unparalleled value
  • An included domain name (e.g., papayadayspa.com)
  • 100GB, 500GB, or unlimited disk space
  • 1,000GB/mo., 5,000GB/mo., or unlimited data transfer
  • Unlimited email storage.
  • 250, 500, or 1,000 email address (e.g., kim@papayadayspa.com) and professional email service. Learn more
  • Private Domain Registration to protect your contact information (Premier plan only).
  • 24-7 phone, email, and online support.
  • 30-day web hosting satisfaction guarantee.
Analytics
Analytics
  • View in real-time what products customers are buying or what pages visitors are browsing. Even initiate a live chat with customers, all available free with Live Web Insights for the iPhone or desktop.
  • Monitor and improve your search rankings with the help of our detailed recommendations.
  • Discover your top keywords, top referring sites, and more at a glance with Live Web Insights.
  • Track where your traffic is coming from and see which of your marketing efforts are giving you the best return on investment.
  • Easily add Google Analytics or Yahoo Web Analytics tracking to your site to gather more actionable website and marketing metrics. These accounts must be set up separately.
Promotion
Promotion
  • Announce your new site with a grand-opening email. Learn more »
  • Submit your site to Yahoo, Google and Microsoft search engines with just a click.
  • Reach customers looking for businesses in your area by listing your site in Yahoo Local.
  • Discover dozens of ways to promote your business for low or no cost with our marketing how-to guides.
  • Save on search-advertising compaign costs: Get a $100 credit toward the Yahoo Bing Network. Credit is valid on new accounts only.

Take your website mobile

DudaMobile Premium makes it easy to convert your website into a mobile format in just a few minutes. A one-click conversion tool will sync your mobile site with your regular website, making it easy to keep content up to date and ensuring both sites have the same look and feel. Your mobile site will work on major smartphoes, including iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and Windows 7, so customers can find you regardless of how they are using the web.

  • Smartphone optimized
  • Great looking templates
  • Customizable design
  • Mobile analytics

Yahoo Small Business Advisor

Get the news, advice, and tools to help you start, build, and grow your business.

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    This is the single most important thing you are going to do, because at this stage – before you have committed to anything - it is the way to stave off future financial problems by getting out ahead of them. So take you time and try to think of everything.  View More

  • New tools now available to Yahoo Web Hosting customers!

    The insights you need to help find and engage new customers, stay on top of your business, and improve your online presence are now just a click away with today’s introduction of Yahoo Live Web Insights for all small businesses with a web site. Live Web Insights is a free app that is already in [...]  View More

  • The Best Tools To Get Your Home-Based Business Off The Ground

    There are myriad challenges in starting a business from your home. Just getting the infrastructure in place to conduct business can seem like a daunting task, much less actually creating a successful operation. Fortunately, the proliferation of cloud services has been a boon to small businesses. Everything from legal services to phone and fax to [...]  View More

  • A way to make a business of teaching what you know

    Have a skill that you can teach on camera? Justin Kitch has created a way for you to make a business out of sharing what you know—or to share what you know as a way of marketing your business. Kitch, who sold his paid web-hosting service, Homestead Technologies, to Intuit for $170 million six years [...]  View More

  • Advice, getting help, marketing tips and the return of Summer: Small Business Reading for May 17th, 2013

    Summer's coming for everyone. For some of us it is basically already here. School's going to be out soon. And it's just over a week to Memorial Day. The challenge for the business owner is that for some businesses this heralds a slow time when sales dip and it becomes a struggle to keep the [...]  View More

  • Mothers and raising a business right: Small Business Reading for May 10th, 2013

    This weekend it is Mother's Day - something that EVERYONE has in common. We have a nice article about the founder of the day/event itself (see below) but it is also worth taking some time to think about your Mother. For a small business, the founder is like its mother. You conceived the business and [...]  View More

  • Marketplace Fairness? Starting a Business? Small Business Reading for May 3, 2013

    Small businesses are anxiously following the progress of the 'Marketplace Fairness Act' through the legislative process - it's due to be voted on by the Senate on May 6th and then will go to the House. Basically the bill is going to make all online purchases subject to sales tax no matter what. Essentially if [...]  View More

  • Business as usual, starting a business, advice: Small Business Reading for April 19, 2013

    This past week has been a tough one for many in the US - and a hard one during which to remain focused on business. And yet that is what millions of small business owners need to do - not just for themselves but it is important that acts of terror do not deter us [...]  View More

  • Our Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Small Business and more: Small Business Reading for March 29th

    It's been a couple of weeks since we last did a weekly roundup of good business reading - and there is a reason. We were taking the time to launch our new series: The Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business. This is an ongoing series of articles that is going to tackle [...]  View More

  • Networking, mistakes and great reads: Small Business Reading for March 8, 2013

    Some of the best stories from the past week on Advisor - in no particular order. Networking is Dangerous: Never go alone. [Great article from TJ MCCue about how to really focus and succeed when networking to build your business relationships. Tax day advice; and 6 tips for next year. [At this point it is [...]  View More

  • Customer service, brandjacking and older entrepreneurs. Small Business Reading for February 22, 2013

    We are changing up the format of this post this week. In the past the top section covered a relatively small number of pieces of content from on Advisor itself, followed by a slightly larger number from outside Advisor. But as we add more content partners and writers we are posting and hosting a significantly [...]  View More

  • Love, Growth and Agriculture: Small Business Reading for February 15th, 2013

    The big news for small business would seem to be the proposed increase in the minimum wage - at least that's what politicians would like us all to think. The reality is that while this is an issue it still isn't the key issue. Much bigger issues for the typical small business are the burden [...]  View More

  • Renewal – new office, new management style. Small Business Reading for February 8th, 2013

    Although a huge winter storm is dumping snow in the NorthEast of the US as I write this, technically we are headed toward Spring and a time for renewal. And renewal also means the workplace. We did our best to cover the theme this week on Yahoo! Small Business Advisor with articles covering office design [...]  View More

  • A New Year, Things To Do in 2013 and Gifts: Small Business Reading

    It's the end of the year - and as always for small business owners it has been a tough year - but that doesn't mean it's been a bad year - just an acknowledgement that it's always tough for the small business owner. But the end of the year is still a time to look forward with optimism - and to celebrate.  View More

  • Run a cost analysis for your business as you start it up: Part 8 of the Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business

    This is the single most important thing you are going to do, because at this stage – before you have committed to anything - it is the way to stave off future financial problems by getting out ahead of them. So take you time and try to think of everything.  View More

    New tools now available to Yahoo Web Hosting customers!

    The insights you need to help find and engage new customers, stay on top of your business, and improve your online presence are now just a click away with today’s introduction of Yahoo Live Web Insights for all small businesses with a web site. Live Web Insights is a free app that is already in [...]  View More

  • The Best Tools To Get Your Home-Based Business Off The Ground

    There are myriad challenges in starting a business from your home. Just getting the infrastructure in place to conduct business can seem like a daunting task, much less actually creating a successful operation. Fortunately, the proliferation of cloud services has been a boon to small businesses. Everything from legal services to phone and fax to [...]  View More

    A way to make a business of teaching what you know

    Have a skill that you can teach on camera? Justin Kitch has created a way for you to make a business out of sharing what you know—or to share what you know as a way of marketing your business. Kitch, who sold his paid web-hosting service, Homestead Technologies, to Intuit for $170 million six years [...]  View More

  • Advice, getting help, marketing tips and the return of Summer: Small Business Reading for May 17th, 2013

    Summer's coming for everyone. For some of us it is basically already here. School's going to be out soon. And it's just over a week to Memorial Day. The challenge for the business owner is that for some businesses this heralds a slow time when sales dip and it becomes a struggle to keep the [...]  View More

    Mothers and raising a business right: Small Business Reading for May 10th, 2013

    This weekend it is Mother's Day - something that EVERYONE has in common. We have a nice article about the founder of the day/event itself (see below) but it is also worth taking some time to think about your Mother. For a small business, the founder is like its mother. You conceived the business and [...]  View More

  • Marketplace Fairness? Starting a Business? Small Business Reading for May 3, 2013

    Small businesses are anxiously following the progress of the 'Marketplace Fairness Act' through the legislative process - it's due to be voted on by the Senate on May 6th and then will go to the House. Basically the bill is going to make all online purchases subject to sales tax no matter what. Essentially if [...]  View More

    Business as usual, starting a business, advice: Small Business Reading for April 19, 2013

    This past week has been a tough one for many in the US - and a hard one during which to remain focused on business. And yet that is what millions of small business owners need to do - not just for themselves but it is important that acts of terror do not deter us [...]  View More

  • Our Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Small Business and more: Small Business Reading for March 29th

    It's been a couple of weeks since we last did a weekly roundup of good business reading - and there is a reason. We were taking the time to launch our new series: The Yahoo Smart and Simple Guide to Starting a Business. This is an ongoing series of articles that is going to tackle [...]  View More

    Networking, mistakes and great reads: Small Business Reading for March 8, 2013

    Some of the best stories from the past week on Advisor - in no particular order. Networking is Dangerous: Never go alone. [Great article from TJ MCCue about how to really focus and succeed when networking to build your business relationships. Tax day advice; and 6 tips for next year. [At this point it is [...]  View More

  • Customer service, brandjacking and older entrepreneurs. Small Business Reading for February 22, 2013

    We are changing up the format of this post this week. In the past the top section covered a relatively small number of pieces of content from on Advisor itself, followed by a slightly larger number from outside Advisor. But as we add more content partners and writers we are posting and hosting a significantly [...]  View More

    Love, Growth and Agriculture: Small Business Reading for February 15th, 2013

    The big news for small business would seem to be the proposed increase in the minimum wage - at least that's what politicians would like us all to think. The reality is that while this is an issue it still isn't the key issue. Much bigger issues for the typical small business are the burden [...]  View More

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Unlimited Disk Space, Data Transfer, and Email Storage
What do "unlimited disk space, data transfer, and email storage" mean?

It's pretty straightforward: Customers who use Yahoo Web Hosting can obtain unlimited disk space, data transfer, and email storage if they use their services consistently with the Terms of Service and these paragraphs.

What is appropriate usage?

Yahoo Web Hosting is designed to serve the web hosting needs of small, independently owned and operated businesses in the United States. It is not appropriate to use our services to support large enterprises or internationally based businesses with a sustained demand that places undue burden on our systems or negatively impacts use by small, independently owned and operated businesses.

Yahoo Web Hosting is a shared web hosting service, which means that a number of customers' websites and other email or storage services are hosted from the same server. Yahoo uses abuse controls to help ensure that use of our services does not adversely affect the performance of our system or other customers' sites. It is not appropriate to use an account primarily as an online storage space or for archiving electronic files.

Disk space

If you use your services consistently with the Terms of Service and these paragraphs, your site can grow as large as necessary to meet your small business needs, but to ensure a great experience for all, we will place some constraints on how fast you can grow. The vast majority of our customers' sites grow at rates well within our rules, but our abuse controls may cause a brief delay while we evaluate if expansion is appropriate.

Data transfer

In most cases, if you use our services consistently with the Terms of Service and these paragraphs, visitors to your website will be able to download and view as much content from your site as they like. However, in certain circumstances, our server processing power, server memory, or abuse controls could limit downloads from your site.

You can also upload as much as content as you like each month, subject only to the Terms of Service and the rules that control how fast your site can grow (see above).

Email storage

You do not have to worry about hitting a storage limit if you use our services consistently with the Terms of Service and these paragraphs.

Yahoo will increase your space along with your appropriate small business needs, but our abuse controls may impact the rate of growth or your folder size, and there may be a short delay while we assess your usage. In some cases, creating additional folders or subfolders will help ensure that the system works well for everyone.

30 Day Satisfaction Guarantee

The 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee applies to new orders for Yahoo Web Hosting and to existing Yahoo Small Business customers who upgrade to Yahoo Web Hosting from eligible products. Subject to the following limitations, you will receive a refund from Yahoo of your Yahoo Web Hosting fee, including any setup fees actually assessed, if you are not completely satisfied. Included in your Yahoo Web Hosting fee is a required $7.00 per year domain registration fee. This domain registration fee is paid by Yahoo on your behalf to a third party following placement of your order, cannot be canceled by Yahoo, and is nonrefundable, however, arrangements can be made to transfer your domain name to a new provider after 60 days. If the total Yahoo Web Hosting fee paid by you is less than the $7.00 per year non-refundable domain registration fee, you will not receive a refund on orders cancelled under the 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee. The Satisfaction Guarantee starts on the date your initial order is placed. Claims for a refund of Yahoo Web Hosting fees must be made within 30 calendar days of your initial order. All refund requests must be made by calling 866-858-8106 and must be specifically requested at time of cancellation. Refunds will be made only to the name, address, and credit card account on file. Refund does not apply to any add-on services, such as additional bandwidth, additional email addresses, or Private Domain Registration. Other restrictions may apply. See the Yahoo Small Business Consolidated Terms of Service when you sign up.

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