Choosing Your Web Hosting Package

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General rule of thumb is not to sign up for yearly web hosting plans. Instead, get monthly plan where you can unsubscribe from onrepparttar second month when you are not happy withrepparttar 134356 service. That is, if you ended up with an unreliable web hosting company inrepparttar 134357 first place.

Here is a simple guide that can be easily applied to typical web sites:

--Web Space--

Expect a small website to take up 10 and 100 MB. Considering that you may want to expand your website inrepparttar 134358 near future, it is advisable to get a web hosting plan with ample web space.

Make sure that you know your needs before you start looking for your web host. Not every web hosting plan can be upgraded or customised. More than often, webmasters do not getrepparttar 134359 features they need and are not able to customise their web hosting features.

--Monthly Traffic--

Data transfer per month are typically referred to as bandwidth. It isrepparttar 134360 amount of data transfer that occurs between your website and visitors. A small or medium web site will consume between 1 and 5GB of data transfer per month. Larger, commercial or popular websites often consume more than 5GB of monthly data transfer and sometimes, exceeding 100GB of monthly data transfer.

Handling Your Email Addresses

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--Company Email Addresses--

Web hosting companies should provide company email accounts for each person in your company. Email addresses should appear like this:

--Web Mails--

Most websites work with web mails. Web-based email enable you to access email via a web browser such as Internet Explorer. You log into your email account viarepparttar Web to send and retrieve email. You are able to access your emails from anywhere inrepparttar 134355 world and it makes checking of emails convenient and portable. Web mails for your company will most probably be accessed at

There are other forms of web mail options available such as Yahoo! Mail, Hotmail and Gmail.

--Email Forwarding--

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