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Remember that you are a potential client and any web hosting company should view your questions as important. Whether you know a lot about web hosting or you're a novice with little idea of how process works, a company should be able and willing to answer your questions promptly. If company isn't able to quickly communicate answers to questions, you should question their ability and willingness to provide reliable customer support once company has your business. As you consider how to find a good web host package, remember your first impressions.
As you work through process of finding a good web host package, you should also keep a log of your search. While it will probably be easy at first to remember that you've already looked at Company A and discarded them because their customer service seemed weak, or that Company B didn't offer free set up as part of their web hosting package, it probably won't take long for names and your impressions to begin to run together. Keeping track of which company you were and were not excited about following up on should be an exercise requiring paper and pencil (at very least). Tangible numbers are a good indication of which companies will and will not likely be good web host providers, but remember to include your first impressions of company as well. Was their website easy to navigate? Did they answer questions? Do they provide other services that you might need in future? All are good questions to ask as you consider how to find a good web host package.
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