Hostingsthatsucks wants you to think that Zyma.com does not suck.
The whole methodology of they don’t suck if they have no results when you search “zyma sucks” on search engine. The problem is Zyma.com is an aged domain. An aged domain is usually one that was purchased a few years or more that was never used or abandoned. There is a lot of value in this domain since its 4 letters. Despite the low Alexa score (low is good, high is bad), Alexa shows that this site has not had much of a traffic increase until a couple months ago.
You don’t need another zyma review or Zyma critique to decide. You can read as many critical review, comments, Zyma Technologies issues, Zyma Technologies problems, limitations or criticism about them that you can find. Here is a challenge to find a better hosting than what we just recommended. Go search for some other web hosting with no “X sucks” pages on Google, and post them down here in the comment box.
First of all reviews on Zyma as a host are rare if any. There is a reason why their challenge is pointless, before it was a British webhost they were a Spanish company that offered:
“Zyma commercial. SA is a company dedicated to the world of commercial and industrial pejase, offering the best products Mobba Bizerba and Sorrentino, of which we are exclusive distributors and service we own.
Within the world of industrial weighing, platforms FREE investigation of all types including weighbridges, also have scales and counting scales for inventory, company.”
This seemed to be the case up til 2006.
Despite that hostingsthatsuck has to ask:
“Did you hear zyma customers had problems? Some said Zyma scams? Read some zyma issues and bad experiences? Did you hear about Zyma horror stories and their limitations?”
Didn’t they say before that “zyma is almost perfect! With no or little complaint whatsoever.“?
Why does Zyma have my attention?
Despite a cost that seems too good to be true, and it probable is because I am sure thats either a limited time price or there will be some hidden bills. This host contacted me on January 15, 2011 and January 17, 2011:
We have recently launched a new hosting company based in the UK
(www.zyma.com) & we would be grateful if you would give us a review on
Of course in return we can give you free hosting account for any one
of your websites completely free of charge.
Let me know if you are interested in our proposal, and I can set-up
the account for you today.
Frankly I don’t think I have any site that I am willing to trust on an account that costs less then $10 a year. Even if I did they would gain far more from me doing a review of their site, unless of coarse I signed up for their affiliate program. I am willing to bet that Hostingsthatsuck.com started using this new host around the same time that I got this email. The date on their post was January 19, 2011. I find other people that did as well:
“A Zyma.com employee approached us to review their service. For this we received a hosting account from them free of charge for which we used to evaluate the service. If you would like me to review your webhost on Pingable, get in touch using the contact form.”
Hostingsthatsuck’s affilate id with Zyma.com is aff_id15007
“You have seen the number analysis above. Numbers don’t lie.”
To validate their argument they post cropped pics of the control panel. They don’t show numbers such as uptime, how much space they used, number of days hosted, and other details that a consumer could use to determine if this is a valid host. The only numbers they use are the amount of “host sucks” search engine results (though “almost none” is not a number) and “£4.95/YEAR (normally £1.79 / MONTH).” The site post is riddled with afilliate links.
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This is a host I think I need to keep an eye on.
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