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Web Hosting: How to Find what’s Right for You

If you’re reading this, chances are that you are interested in finding out more about Web Hosting or looking to buy some Web Hosting. There’s lots of information of the internet about Web Hosting, however, the trouble is, when you do a search in Google and sift through the many results you are often none the wiser. When it comes to Web Hosting, there’s a ton of techy jargon that takes a PhD to understand. Should you go with Free, Shared, VPS or Dedicated Hosting? Hopefully, this article will explain Web Hosting in terms that you’ll understand. Read more

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How to Find the Perfect Domain Name for your Business

Finding and choosing the perfect domain name for your business sounds easy – but it’s not a simple task. Your business name may not translate into a good domain name, or more commonly someone else may have already taken it. Nevertheless, it’s essential that you have a good domain name so that your customers can find you online.

So, how do you find the perfect domain for your business? Here are a few suggestions to make it a little easier for you. Read more

Do You Really Own Your Domain Name?

Do You Really Own Your Domain Name?

If you’re in business, you probably already have your carefully chosen domain name and your website up and running. However, just because you have a website and pay the bill for your domain name doesn’t mean that you own it. Yep, that’s right; you may not be the legal owner of your domain name.
This is serious, because whoever is the legal owner of your domain name, that person has total control over it including: what web site it points to, what domain name registrar maintains it, changing information about your domain name account, controlling who administers it, and being able to sell it as well. Read more

10 Website Bloopers that are Guaranteed to make your Visitors Cringe and Go Elsewhere

10 Website Bloopers that are Guaranteed to make your Visitors Cringe and Go Elsewhere

When you build a website you need to have some kind of plan in place. When you have a plan and follow it, you are less likely to make mistakes, forget to include valuable information and your information can end up being badly structured and un-organised. While you as the creator are able to read the information and understand it, your visitors on the other hand may not, and will probably require a little direction and more explanation. Read more