Posted on 04 April 2011
The World Wide Web continues to offer different ways for individuals to express themselves. There are abundant opportunities for advertising, communicating, presenting, and sharing information on the web. The way that this is done has changed tremendously as the internet has evolved along with the demands and concerns of those that build and maintain websites.
Web hosting is different from the early stages, and a lot of this has to do with blogging. The blog revolution has taken off in leaps and bounds, and there is no sign of a decline in this phenomenon. A major attraction that has fueled the blog craze is the fact that many blogs are free.
WordPress, for example, is one of the most popular blog spots on the web. It has overshadowed many of the other blogging sites because there are so many advantages that come with the word press blogs. The site actually offers both free and premium blog space, but the free blogs are obviously the ones that most people sign up for.
Blogs are continuing to gain an even wider following as more people look for ways to express themselves on the web. The smart phones and iPad are just a few of the technological advancements that allow people to follow others on the web. Web surfers are always looking for some random blog to add to their list of favorite sites to search. Read the full story
Posted on 09 September 2009
To get a website is essential for business. If you make any making it could cost you money as well as lost reputation. Here I have put together 36 questions across 10 areas that you should ask any hosting company before that you purchase a website. What answer they give to these questions will determine if this is the right website solution for you or you should search more.
The hosting company should provide you technical support. Your average hold time should not be more than a couple of minutes. If for support the hold time is much longer than what it means is that there are a lot of problems with the product or there support is understaffed.
1. How strong is their division of technical support ?
2. What technical support do they provide?
3. At what time they are available?
4. Is there any extra cost for tech support?
The website hosting servers should be hosted at a remote location and they should also be having multiple backup across multiple locations. The servers should also be protected by dual firewall. If in this type of an environment the websites are hosted, then it means that you are protected against any power failure, natural disaster, or people that might be trying to steal your information.
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Posted on 08 September 2009
A reseller is a name given to a middle-man who sells web space on somebody else’s server. There is a wide variation in reselling schemes.
Categories of Reseller Web Hosting
They are categorized as follows:
The reseller perform the role of an an agent for the web hosting company. He advertise the service as being with the actual web hosting company. People buy directly from the web hosting company but if customers mention the reseller’s name then the reseller gets a cut.
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Posted on 07 September 2009
To find the best hosting service for your website might have some complications. There are almost endless options and by all of them it is claimed that they are the top hosts or the least expensive service, and this can make it almost impossible for webmasters to sort the real from scam. The best way that I suggest to select a quality web host is to take the selection process one step at a time:
Assess Your Needs
The very first thing that you have to consider in selecting the best hosting service for your needs is to actually identify what are those needs. What sort of website you are looking to host? The criteria for small personal homepages will be different from the criteria of large company websites. It is important to determine exactly what you plan to host now in order to find the best hosting service for you, and you should also take into consideration anything you are planning to host in the immediate future.
There is a large variety of rates that is offered by different hosting companies. The rates offered by companies that are providing dedicated servers will be substantially higher than others offering budget hosting with limited bandwidth.
You should not consider price only, and if you have planned on using your website in a professional capacity, then for that it is important to move beyond free web hosting. For small family or fun sites, free hosts are great, but they are not suited to the needs of internet marketers, even those who are just starting out. Rate should never be a top determining factor until you have narrowed a list based on other criteria, these factors are:
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