Rich Webmaster, Poor Webmaster - Website tips

Written by Carl Harper

To have a presence onrepparttar internet, one ofrepparttar 131716 most important aspects torepparttar 131717 success of your website isrepparttar 131718 name ofrepparttar 131719 domain. It is getting increasingly difficult to find a quality name that both representsrepparttar 131720 contents of your site and can be easily remembered due torepparttar 131721 sheer amount of websites onrepparttar 131722 internet today.

If you are an experienced Webmaster or starting out forrepparttar 131723 very first time to create your Website then ensure you getrepparttar 131724 headstart you need with a well chosen domain name.

Domains (usually referred to as Website name) can be purchased outright and some companies now even allow you to rent them.

Our tips for starting out with a Website once you have your ideal Website name are as follows;

(1) Promote your site through search engine submission as you will not get many visitors if no-one knows you exist. Ensure you do not repeat words too much and spend time on your meta tags to ensure you are search engine friendly.

What hosting companies don’t tell you, could hurt you…

Written by Dave Young

Did you know that hosting companies overcrowd their servers despite allrepparttar issues caused by servers running hundreds of accounts? Are you aware of what happens if your website is hosted on a server that’s overcrowded? You’re probably thinking to yourself, “what do you mean overcrowd their servers?” Overcrowded servers mean big money for your hosting company, but also big problems for your website.

Hosting companies are willing to sacrificerepparttar 131715 success of your website in order to build their own profit. The more accounts hosted on a server,repparttar 131716 more revenue they can generate. Greed takes priority to a hosting company. Surerepparttar 131717 plans they offer sound good, but do you really know what’s going on behindrepparttar 131718 scenes? After they take your hard-earned money, what happens next? Unless you’re a system administrator or network engineer, you probably have no idea how your website functions on an overcrowded server.

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