How To Find Good Web Hosting For Your Site!Written by Jonathan White
When building your first site main things that you will probably think about is what types of content you will be adding to your site, how you are going to get visitors to your site and how you are going to generate good revenue from your site.
Well, all of things mentioned above are crucial things to consider, but then again, what’s point in thinking about them if you can’t even get a good Web host to host your site with. If you choose a Web host that has a poor service then it can do more damage to your site than good. If your sites host goes down often then your site will also go down and your visitors will get annoyed and will go elsewhere. Your sites earnings will decline and many people online will ignore your site, as people will start to think that your site is down more than what it’s up.
So now you are probably thinking to yourself, “where and how can I find a good Web host to host my site with, which is also reasonably priced?”
If you need a Web host that is reasonably priced so that you can make more profit from turnover of your site, then a good place to start looking is by using a few Web hosting directories. You could start by using http://www.1hostseeking.com
Ok! Now your probably think “why would I want to use a Web hosting directory as they contain many Web hosting providers and not all of them are likely to be good.”
The main reasons why you should use a Web hosting directory to find a Web host is so that you can easily find and compare a large amount of Web hosting providers that offer services that you need to run your site successfully. You can also compare each Web host’s prices against each other and then you will be able to find a reasonably priced Web host.
Website Newbie - Wanna Have Traffic?Written by Gina Marie Capatar
No traffic, no income, nothing. After you’ve gone through nights and days of brainstorming on what to put on your site, what to offer to your visitors, and how will your website look, now you are faced with questions like ‘What now?’, ‘How will people know about me?’, ‘Why are there no visitors, no sales?’
As a new website owner myself, I also have gone through that tight spot. I think desperation for visitors is really first phase of any website that has recently been launched. At first few weeks of my site, I went through so many doubts because I relatively had zero traffic! Is my site really as useful as I think? I changed so many things, from ad placements, colors, etc. thinking that maybe people do not like colors or that overall production of what I have to offer is just too drab and uninteresting.
I consulted a friend who owns a website and he taught me a few points which I’m gonna share with you. This disclosure of ideas is, of course, with his permission. So, sit tight and let me share with you what I have found out.